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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.
In his latest book, The Accidental Victim , James Reston Jr. posits that Lee Harvey Oswald meant to kill Texas Gov. John Connally—not Kennedy.
The documentarian behind Gasland and Gasland 2 likens his five-year-old campaign against hydraulic fracturing to pulling on a root.
As Congress wrangles over how to fund the government, federal employees are among the major casualties.
The fanatical birder and self-described "devotee" of wildlife refuges is the new managing director for public policy at the Nature Conservancy.
Richard Dykema, chief of staff to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., is one of the longest-serving aides on Capitol Hill.
Peace Corps veteran Carrie Hessler-Radelet is poised to lead the agency.
Alex Nowrasteh sees a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants as part and parcel of libertarian doctrine.