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Matt Vasilogambros

Matt Vasiligambros Matt Vasilogambros is a policy writer for National Journal, covering foreign affairs, the White House and Congress. He previously covered the 2012 presidential election and other federal elections for the National Journal and The Hotline. Before joining the company, Matt covered politics for PoliticsDaily.com, the Iowa Independent and the Huffington Post. Matt is a graduate of Drake University, where he served as editor-in-chief of the award-winning student newspaper. He is a native of Arlington Heights, Ill.
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How Cash-Strapped Towns Are Saving Fourth of July Fireworks

July 2, 2014 The night sky will be dark this Fourth of July for many towns across the country. In recent years, several towns—small and large—on tight budgets have canceled their fireworks shows for the Fourth of July. But it might not be the smartest way of saving money, especially considering the economic...

The 5 Best and Worst Cities for Small Businesses, According to Small-Business Owners

July 1, 2014 Small-business owners in Colorado Springs really like being small-business owners right where they are. There are a number of surveys that use state and federal data to determine how good places are for small businesses. But a new survey released Tuesday asks small-business owners what they think of their hometowns....

The Top 10 and Bottom 10 Places Gaining Employed People in America

June 20, 2014 "Where are the jobs?" is a complicated question. But there are plenty of numbers out there that provide clues. One of them is overall employment. This week, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics released new numbers showing the number of employed people in each of the country's largest 334 counties....

The Capitol Hill Security Gap That's as Troublesome as the One at Navy Yard

June 6, 2014 On Sept. 23, as on most days, Aaron Alexis arrived at work at the Washington Navy Yard. He drove up to the front gates, displaying his parking pass and credentials. Sitting next to him was a backpack containing a shotgun and shells. The bag was never searched. He walked into...

The 10 Best and Worst States for Military Retirees

May 23, 2014 Military retirees are not like the average retiree: Veterans may have special medical needs, and being decades younger than the average retiree, they usually still need to find work. So when searching for the best place to retire from the Armed Forces, there are several economic, social, and health care...

Here's What You Need to Know About Thailand's Military Coup

May 22, 2014 The Thai army led a coup d'état on Thursday, assuming control of a government that has struggled through a political crisis for several months. The man behind the coup, Thailand's army chief, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, said it was "necessary to seize power," announcing the coup on television. Thousands of protesters...

These Teenage Girls Are Ready to Change the Male-Dominated Aerospace Industry

May 19, 2014 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Kelsey Webb is a long way from her small town in South Texas. The 14-year-old freshman from Three Rivers stands confidently in a sea of hundreds of science students packed into a warm room near the Capitol on this muggy May morning. She's displaying the pink-and-white rocket that her team...

The 5 Best and Worst States for Working Moms

May 13, 2014 f you're a working mom, Oregon might be the best place for you to live. Wallet Hub, a personal finance network, released a survey on Monday ranking the 50 states and the District of Columbia based on which place provides the best opportunity for working mothers. The survey uses nine...

The FBI Thinks It Can Pass Off Downtown D.C. as Shanghai

April 15, 2014 If you're a movie director, low on cash, in need of a nightlife shot in Shanghai, but can't fly to China, there is a solution: Just film in D.C.'s Chinatown. That's the approach the FBI took in a new 28-minute film it released Monday, warning American students of the dangers...

This Passover, TSA Wants Your Matzoh to Travel Safe

April 10, 2014 The Jewish holiday of Passover starts Monday, and the Transportation Security Administration is ready for great amounts of matzoh to take to the skies. As it does with other major religious events, TSA has an advisory out to prepare travelers and employees for what may seem odd to the uninformed...

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