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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Why Paul Manafort's Trial Is Going So Fast
theatlantic.comArticle
Why Paul Manafort's Trial Is Going So Fast
August, 9 2018
Ohio's Special Election Is a Blue-Wave Red Alert
theatlantic.comArticle
Ohio's Special Election Is a Blue-Wave Red Alert
August, 7 2018
The Battle to Be Trump's Javert in New York
theatlantic.comArticle
The Battle to Be Trump's Javert in New York
August, 6 2018
Who's in Donald Trump's Cabinet?
theatlantic.comArticle
Who's in Donald Trump's Cabinet?
July, 23 2018
The Democratic Party Apologizes to Black Voters
theatlantic.comArticle
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
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
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
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
nextgov.comArticle
The Real Reasons Why the Government Shut Down
January, 21 2018
The Shadow Government Working to Save Obamacare From Collapse
govexec.comArticle
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?
defenseone.comArticle
Does the U.S. Military Need a Space Corps?
August, 8 2017
Devin Nunes Dives Back into the Russia Investigation
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Devin Nunes Dives Back into the Russia Investigation
June, 2 2017
Mueller Pick Meets a Rare Bipartisan Consensus
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Mueller Pick Meets a Rare Bipartisan Consensus
May, 18 2017
Trump Gets His First Cabinet Picks
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Trump Gets His First Cabinet Picks
January, 21 2017
The Oscars, but for Federal Employees
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The Oscars, but for Federal Employees
September, 20 2016
Finally, A Vote for Loretta Lynch
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Finally, A Vote for Loretta Lynch
April, 21 2015
Even the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Reports for Jury Duty
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Even the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Reports for Jury Duty
April, 18 2015
A GOP Deal to Give Obama More Trade Power
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A GOP Deal to Give Obama More Trade Power
April, 17 2015
What the Left Wants From Hillary
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What the Left Wants From Hillary
April, 16 2015
The War Against ISIS Will Go Undeclared
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The War Against ISIS Will Go Undeclared
April, 15 2015
A Win for Congress on Iran
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A Win for Congress on Iran
April, 14 2015
Why Congress Can't Be Silenced on Iran
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Why Congress Can't Be Silenced on Iran
April, 10 2015
Humbled in the Heartland
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Humbled in the Heartland
April, 9 2015
What Happens When a Democratic Nation Elects a Republican Government?
theatlantic.comArticle
What Happens When a Democratic Nation Elects a Republican Government?
April, 8 2015
Can Californians End Their Water Addiction in Time to Avert Catastrophe?
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Can Californians End Their Water Addiction in Time to Avert Catastrophe?
April, 3 2015
How Red State Republicans Learned to Love the Gas Tax
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How Red State Republicans Learned to Love the Gas Tax
March, 31 2015
The Senate's Surprising Support for Paid Sick Leave and Gay Marriage
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The Senate's Surprising Support for Paid Sick Leave and Gay Marriage
March, 27 2015
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid Steps Aside
theatlantic.comArticle
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid Steps Aside
March, 27 2015
Will Californians Vote On Executing Gays and Lesbians?
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Will Californians Vote On Executing Gays and Lesbians?
March, 26 2015
A Health-Care Gift to Hillary Clinton, From Republicans
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A Health-Care Gift to Hillary Clinton, From Republicans
March, 25 2015
Can Republicans Strike A Deal on Net Neutrality?
theatlantic.comArticle
Can Republicans Strike A Deal on Net Neutrality?
March, 23 2015
Not Registered to Vote? In Oregon, the Government Will Do It For You
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Not Registered to Vote? In Oregon, the Government Will Do It For You
March, 20 2015
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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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