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Daniel Newhauser is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he primarily covers the House of Representatives. He was formerly a House leadership reporter for Roll Call, where he started as an intern in 2010 and quickly earned a slot as a beat reporter.

A native of San Antonio, Texas, Newhauser traveled further West to study journalism at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and write for newspapers including the East Valley Tribune and the Green Valley News & Sun.

 

Latest From Daniel Newhauser

House Leaders Hit the Trail for Last Week of Campaigns

Boehner visits Illinois and West Virginia; Pelosi hosts fundraisers in Houston and San Francisco.

No Buckeye Bump for Boehner Neighbors

Two Ohioans may lose bids for the Oversight Committee gavel, despite hailing from the speaker's state.

In a Republican Congress, Few Gavels for Women

If the GOP wins both chambers, it's likely just two standing committees would have female chairs.

Once Shunned, Indian Prime Minister Welcomed to Hill

Congress once considered formally condemning Narendra Modi for his passive response to violent sectarian riots when he was a regional leader.

Can Jeb Hensarling Learn to Compromise?

Critics call him stubborn and ineffective. He says he's playing the "long game."

Possible Rules Change Could Punish Boehner Dissidents

Plan floated to strip committee slots from members who rebel during floor vote for speaker.

Syria Measure Likely to Pass, Despite Doubts in Both Parties

Leaders gathering votes as some members question Obama's strategy.

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House Leaders Hit the Trail for Last Week of Campaigns

Boehner visits Illinois and West Virginia; Pelosi hosts fundraisers in Houston and San Francisco.

No Buckeye Bump for Boehner Neighbors

Two Ohioans may lose bids for the Oversight Committee gavel, despite hailing from the speaker's state.

In a Republican Congress, Few Gavels for Women

If the GOP wins both chambers, it's likely just two standing committees would have female chairs.

Once Shunned, Indian Prime Minister Welcomed to Hill

Congress once considered formally condemning Narendra Modi for his passive response to violent sectarian riots when he was a regional leader.

Can Jeb Hensarling Learn to Compromise?

Critics call him stubborn and ineffective. He says he's playing the "long game."

Possible Rules Change Could Punish Boehner Dissidents

Plan floated to strip committee slots from members who rebel during floor vote for speaker.

Syria Measure Likely to Pass, Despite Doubts in Both Parties

Leaders gathering votes as some members question Obama's strategy.

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