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Christopher Snow Hopkins is a staff correspondent for National Journal. A native of Denver, Colorado, Hopkins has a bachelor’s degree in linguistics from the University of Chicago.
Susan M. Liss of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says marketing of e-cigarettes could undermine 50 years of progress.
Syracuse lawyer Joe Heath petitions the Organization of American States on behalf of the Onondaga Nation.
Eric Washburn, who spent a decade on the Hill working for two Democratic leaders, has joined Bracewell & Giuliani's Policy Resolution Group.
The conservative super PAC has a new chief of staff, communications director, and research director.
Amy Best, Dan Restrepo, Alan Weil, Will Rodger.
Joseph Califano Jr. recalls how the 36th president was immersed in the ways of the capital, unlike the 44th.
Dan Lashof has left the Natural Resources Defense Council after 25 years to lead the San Francisco billionaire's think tank, NextGen Climate America.
Historians claim museum staff fired them before they could resign, just as congressional approval looks likely.
Dale Penny will step down this year as head of the Student Conservation Association based in Washington.
Gary Guzy, former deputy director of the Council on Environmental Quality, is now at Covington & Burling.
Clark was sworn in Thursday as the 79th woman in the House.
In his latest book, The Accidental Victim , James Reston Jr. posits that Lee Harvey Oswald meant to kill Texas Gov. John Connally—not Kennedy.