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The cover of the November 10 issue of National Journal.
The Final Act: Now Obama can work on his legacy. But first he must avert a recession, reduce the deficit, and make peace with Republicans. Here’s how.

The cover of the November 10 issue of National Journal.

The Final Act: Now Obama can work on his legacy. But first he must avert a recession, reduce the deficit, and make peace with Republicans. Here’s how.

The cover of the November 3 issue of National Journal.
Republicans need more of these… Democrats need more of these: No matter what happens on Election Day, neither party can assume it has a sustainable electoral majority. By Ronald Brownstein

The cover of the November 3 issue of National Journal.

Republicans need more of these… Democrats need more of these: No matter what happens on Election Day, neither party can assume it has a sustainable electoral majority. By Ronald Brownstein


The cover of the October 20 issue of National Journal.
Coming and Going: Regardless of who wins the presidency, there will be new faces in the White House and Cabinet next year. A look at the possibilities. A Staff Report

The cover of the October 20 issue of National Journal.

Coming and Going: Regardless of who wins the presidency, there will be new faces in the White House and Cabinet next year. A look at the possibilities. A Staff Report

The cover of the September 29 issue of National Journal.
Defying Gravity: The numbers say Obama should be losing. Why isn’t he? By Major Garrett, Beth Reinhard, and Jim Tankersley

The cover of the September 29 issue of National Journal.

Defying Gravity: The numbers say Obama should be losing. Why isn’t he? By Major Garrett, Beth Reinhard, and Jim Tankersley

The cover of the July 28, 2012 issue of National Journal.
The Revolutionary: Forget the health care ruling. John Roberts and his Court are reshaping the legal landscape. How far will he go?  By Jim Oliphant
Check out this week’s poster-worthy cover! The cover article by NJ’s James Oliphant depicts Chief Justice John Roberts in the driver’s seat for the conservative legal revolution but asks: Does he have his foot on the pedal or the brake? 
Cover illustration by Lauren Carroll (source photo by Ap/Michael Conroy). 

The cover of the July 28, 2012 issue of National Journal.

The Revolutionary: Forget the health care ruling. John Roberts and his Court are reshaping the legal landscape. How far will he go?  By Jim Oliphant

Check out this week’s poster-worthy cover! The cover article by NJ’s James Oliphant depicts Chief Justice John Roberts in the driver’s seat for the conservative legal revolution but asks: Does he have his foot on the pedal or the brake? 

Cover illustration by Lauren Carroll (source photo by Ap/Michael Conroy). 

The cover of the July 14, 2012 issue of National Journal
The Top 25: Influential women in D.C. and the hurdles they continue to face. By Fawn Johnson
Pretty psyched for this week’s National Journal magazine.
We profile 25 of the most influential woman in Washington. Keep an eye out tomorrow and Friday to read about those who made the list. 

The cover of the July 14, 2012 issue of National Journal

The Top 25: Influential women in D.C. and the hurdles they continue to face. By Fawn Johnson

Pretty psyched for this week’s National Journal magazine.

We profile 25 of the most influential woman in Washington. Keep an eye out tomorrow and Friday to read about those who made the list.