Russell Berman

Staff writer at The Atlantic, covering all things politics. Send tips/spin/spam to rberman@theatlantic.com. Emeritus of @thehill, @aolnews, @nysun

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The Race to Replace a Congressional King
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The Race to Replace a Congressional King
October, 16 2018
How Trump Is Complicating Heartland House Races
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How Trump Is Complicating Heartland House Races
October, 12 2018
The Shortlist to Replace Nikki Haley
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The Shortlist to Replace Nikki Haley
October, 9 2018
Who's in Donald Trump's Cabinet?
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Who's in Donald Trump's Cabinet?
October, 9 2018
The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party Is Still Raging in Kansas
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The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party Is Still Raging in Kansas
October, 9 2018
The FBI’s Kavanaugh Report Was Enough for Key Senate Republicans
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The FBI’s Kavanaugh Report Was Enough for Key Senate Republicans
October, 4 2018
‘I Have a Very Open Mind’
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‘I Have a Very Open Mind’
October, 1 2018
The Country Finally Meets Christine Blasey Ford
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The Country Finally Meets Christine Blasey Ford
September, 27 2018
Brett Kavanaugh’s Uncertain Fate
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Brett Kavanaugh’s Uncertain Fate
September, 17 2018
The Establishment Strikes Back in New York
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The Establishment Strikes Back in New York
September, 13 2018
Andrew Cuomo Won’t Be Satisfied Unless He Trounces Cynthia Nixon
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Andrew Cuomo Won’t Be Satisfied Unless He Trounces Cynthia Nixon
September, 13 2018
Democrats Finally Show Up to a Supreme Court Fight
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Democrats Finally Show Up to a Supreme Court Fight
September, 6 2018
How John McCain's Replacement Helps Brett Kavanaugh
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How John McCain's Replacement Helps Brett Kavanaugh
September, 4 2018
'One of the Most Brutal Races in the Country' Has Just Begun in Florida
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'One of the Most Brutal Races in the Country' Has Just Begun in Florida
August, 29 2018
What John McCain’s Death Means for Republican Control of the Senate
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What John McCain’s Death Means for Republican Control of the Senate
August, 28 2018
McCain Was a Republican Foe Trump Could Not Forgive
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McCain Was a Republican Foe Trump Could Not Forgive
August, 26 2018
Arizona Senator John McCain Dies at 81
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Arizona Senator John McCain Dies at 81
August, 25 2018
Trump’s Untested Authority to Revoke Security Clearances
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Trump’s Untested Authority to Revoke Security Clearances
August, 24 2018
The Democratic Effort to Keep Jeff Sessions in Office
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The Democratic Effort to Keep Jeff Sessions in Office
August, 24 2018
How a Lawsuit Could Check Trump's Power Over Security Clearances
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How a Lawsuit Could Check Trump's Power Over Security Clearances
August, 24 2018
Duncan Hunter's Indictment Is a Threat to the Republican House Majority
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Duncan Hunter's Indictment Is a Threat to the Republican House Majority
August, 22 2018
Why Paul Manafort's Trial Is Going So Fast
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Why Paul Manafort's Trial Is Going So Fast
August, 9 2018
Ohio's Special Election Is a Blue-Wave Red Alert
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Ohio's Special Election Is a Blue-Wave Red Alert
August, 7 2018
The Battle to Be Trump's Javert in New York
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The Battle to Be Trump's Javert in New York
August, 6 2018
Who's in Donald Trump's Cabinet?
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Who's in Donald Trump's Cabinet?
July, 23 2018
The Democratic Party Apologizes to Black Voters
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The Democratic Party Apologizes to Black Voters
July, 20 2018
Jeff Flake Hints at the T-Word
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Jeff Flake Hints at the T-Word
July, 19 2018
The Only Republican Opposing Brett Kavanaugh
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The Only Republican Opposing Brett Kavanaugh
July, 18 2018
The Precedent That Democrats Want Brett Kavanaugh to Break
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The Precedent That Democrats Want Brett Kavanaugh to Break
July, 10 2018
Andrew Cuomo Bids to Avoid Joe Crowley’s Fate
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Andrew Cuomo Bids to Avoid Joe Crowley’s Fate
July, 9 2018
How Some Immigrant Families Are Avoiding Separation
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How Some Immigrant Families Are Avoiding Separation
June, 21 2018
‘Zero Tolerance’ Inside a South Texas Courtroom
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‘Zero Tolerance’ Inside a South Texas Courtroom
June, 19 2018
It’s Not Collusion, It’s Corruption
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It’s Not Collusion, It’s Corruption
June, 17 2018
Maine Voters Overrule Their Leaders
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Maine Voters Overrule Their Leaders
June, 15 2018
Mark Sanford’s Unforgivable Sin
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Mark Sanford’s Unforgivable Sin
June, 13 2018
San Francisco Still Doesn’t Know Who Its Mayor Will Be
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San Francisco Still Doesn’t Know Who Its Mayor Will Be
June, 12 2018
The 2018 Congressional Retirement Tracker
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The 2018 Congressional Retirement Tracker
June, 5 2018
Republicans Offer a Plan to Replace Obamacare
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Republicans Offer a Plan to Replace Obamacare
May, 7 2018
Is Obamacare Repeal in Jeopardy?
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Is Obamacare Repeal in Jeopardy?
May, 2 2018
What Hillary Clinton Sounded Like 47 Years Ago
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What Hillary Clinton Sounded Like 47 Years Ago
May, 2 2018
Democrats Bet on a Billionaire in Illinois
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Democrats Bet on a Billionaire in Illinois
May, 2 2018
What Now, Marco Rubio?
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What Now, Marco Rubio?
May, 2 2018
The Latest in Quirky Senate Props: Our Magazine
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The Latest in Quirky Senate Props: Our Magazine
April, 25 2018
The Humbling of Mike Pompeo
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The Humbling of Mike Pompeo
April, 17 2018
Congressional Black Caucus Questions Practice of Lawmakers Bunking in Their Offices
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Congressional Black Caucus Questions Practice of Lawmakers Bunking in Their Offices
March, 12 2018
The Real Reasons Why the Government Shut Down
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The Real Reasons Why the Government Shut Down
January, 21 2018
The Shadow Government Working to Save Obamacare From Collapse
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The Shadow Government Working to Save Obamacare From Collapse
November, 2 2017
House Plans Vote On Senate's Higher-Spending Budget Resolution
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House Plans Vote On Senate's Higher-Spending Budget Resolution
October, 26 2017
Harvey Quiets Threats of an Imminent Government Shutdown
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Harvey Quiets Threats of an Imminent Government Shutdown
September, 5 2017
Does the U.S. Military Need a Space Corps?
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Does the U.S. Military Need a Space Corps?
August, 8 2017
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Russell Berman is a writer who has produced content for govexec.com, thewire.com, and nextgov.com
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