Anne Kornblut

White House Correspondent, Washington Post

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White House correspondent for the Washington Post; former reporter for the New York Times

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Yesterday's bloody violence  has been replaced by uneasy calm as tens of thousands of protesters have gathered following Friday prayers.

The 'Day of Departure' in Egypt?

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The White House originally invited leaders of both parties in both houses of Congress to a working afternoon followed by dinner on November 18.

Congressional Leadership Meets with President Obama

The White House originally invited leaders of both parties in both houses of Congress to a working afternoon followed by dinner on November 18.

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As expected since Mayor Richard Daley said he would not run for another term, Chief of Staff  Rahm Emanuel  left the White House today to return to Chicago.

Goodbye Rahm Emanuel, Hello Pete Rouse

As expected since Mayor Richard Daley said he would not run for another term, Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel left the White House today to return to Chicago.

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