Janet Hook

Wall Street Journal

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Correspondent covering national politics for the Wall Street Journal; former Congressional correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

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This week has been so bad for Donald Trump that today, when Hillary Clinton made public  last year's $10 million income , it caused hardly a ripple.

Trump's bad week eclipses Clinton controversies…again

This week has been so bad for Donald Trump that today, when Hillary Clinton made public last year's $10 million income , it caused hardly a ripple.

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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee today about the threat from ISIL, or ISIS.

War Fever: The Temperature Is Rising...

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee today about the threat from ISIL, or ISIS.

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The  bipartisan budget agreement  released yesterday on Capitol Hill has been attacked by conservative groups, including  Heritage Action , the  Club for Growth  and  Americans for…

House GOP Defend Bipartisan Budget Deal

The bipartisan budget agreement released yesterday on Capitol Hill has been attacked by conservative groups, including Heritage Action , the Club for Growth and Americans for…

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