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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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Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks Coming Soon—and John Kerry May Be the Reason Why

July 19, 2013 It's been nearly three years, but the Israelis and Palestinians are heading back to the negotiating table. And John Kerry might be the reason why. The secretary of state announced the agreement from Jordan on Friday, saying the two bodies will soon resume peace talks. "We have reached an agreement...

Eric Holder Questions Stand-Your-Ground Laws

July 17, 2013 Attorney General Eric Holder echoed President Obama on Wednesday, calling for a national dialogue on violence and communities. But he also veered away from the president's initial message of taking the middle ground. He spoke against the "stand-your-ground" laws like the one a Florida jury used to acquit George Zimmerman....

Americans Turn on Obama Over Foreign Policy

July 11, 2013 What a difference a few months make. Just 40 percent of Americans give the president positive marks on foreign policy, his worst rating ever in that category, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released on Thursday. Now, a majority of Americans, at 52 percent, disagree with the way he's dealing...

Americans Turn on Obama Over Foreign Policy

July 11, 2013 What a difference a few months make. Just 40 percent of Americans give the president positive marks on foreign policy, his worst rating ever in that category, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released on Thursday. Now, a majority of Americans, at 52 percent, disagree with the way he's dealing...

TSA Reminds Fliers That Muslims Travel

July 8, 2013 The Transportation Security Administration would like you to know something: Do not panic if you see Muslims observing Ramadan. The Muslim holiday starts Monday evening. On its website, the TSA released a statement telling travelers and security staff that for the next month Muslims might be seen in airports "engaged...

The White House Is Copy and Pasting Its Way Through the Jobs Recovery

July 5, 2013 If it works, why change it? This seems to be the White House's thinking when it reacts to monthly jobs numbers. Since last July, Alan Kruger, chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, has opened each of his statements in the same fashion: While more work remains to...

U.S. Providing Aircraft That Afghans Can't Fly

June 28, 2013 FROM NEXTGOV arrow The United States is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on aircraft that Afghan Special Forces can't even fly. According to a new report released Friday from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, the Defense Department is moving forward with the purchase of aircraft—valued at $772 million—that Afghan Special...

Where Are All the Watchdogs?

June 27, 2013 It's been nearly 2,000 days since there was a full-time watchdog at the State Department, and Sen. Ted Cruz is going to do something about it. The Texas Republican is threatening to block any State Department nomination, including Samantha Power as the next ambassador to the United Nations, until President...

What the New U.N. Ambassador Pick Says About Obama

June 5, 2013 As the U.S. considers further action in Syria, and monitors countless potential conflicts across the globe, President Obama's new pick to be the ambassador to the United Nations could shed light on how he approaches international crises. Taking just one example of Samantha Power's work, which ranges from journalism to...

Sequestration Hits Disaster Assistance, Weather Detection Spending

May 21, 2013 As disaster personnel and volunteers comb through the havoc left by the tornadoes that tore through Oklahoma on Sunday and Monday, they are going to rely on critical federal funding that was severely cut by the massive cuts known as sequestration. President Obama has already declared a state of emergency...

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