Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Our January 19, 2013 magazine cover.

Our January 19, 2013 magazine cover.

Friday, November 16, 2012
The cover of the November 17 issue of National Journal.
Meet the Incoming Members of Congress. By the Almanac of American Politics Staff 

The cover of the November 17 issue of National Journal.

Meet the Incoming Members of CongressBy the Almanac of American Politics Staff 

Friday, November 9, 2012
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.

Friday, October 26, 2012
We send our kids home with food in their backpacks on the weekends because we know they don’t have much at home,” said Sharon Manson, a school-board member in the county’s biggest city, Waverly. “We still have people with dirt floors and no technology.

Obama and Romney Are Ignoring America’s Hardest-Hit Places

Despite the troubled economy, neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney has visited 99 of the 100 counties with the highest unemployment rates. Blame the modern campaign.



The cover of the October 27 issue of National Journal.
Off the Trail: Obama and Romney have ignored the nation’s most impoverished places, leaving their residents to wonder if they matter anymore.By Beth Reinhard.

The cover of the October 27 issue of National Journal.

Off the Trail: Obama and Romney have ignored the nation’s most impoverished places, leaving their residents to wonder if they matter anymore.By Beth Reinhard.

Friday, October 12, 2012
I don’t need tons of money,” Tessa says as the sun starts to set and the living room grows dark. “I don’t need a new house. I just want to be comfortable. I don’t want money to be a stress, and it is a stress when you’re tight on money. It changes things.

What Happens to the Children of the Unemployed?

The children who have seen parents lose jobs during the Great Recession face a future riddled with uncertainty.

Friday, October 5, 2012
The cover of the October 6 issue of National Journal.
Leeches: The baby boomers inherited an economic miracle. Then they sucked it dry. By Jim Tankersley

The cover of the October 6 issue of National Journal.

Leeches: The baby boomers inherited an economic miracle. Then they sucked it dry. By Jim Tankersley

Friday, September 28, 2012
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

Friday, July 27, 2012
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).