Karoun Demirjian

Washington Post

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Karoun Demirjian is a reporter for the Washington Post.

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Does California Republican Devin Nunes have a future after recusing himself- temporarily- as chair of the House Intelligence Committee over questions of ethics violations?

Political upheaval for California Congressman Devin Nunes?

Does California Republican Devin Nunes have a future after recusing himself- temporarily- as chair of the House Intelligence Committee over questions of ethics violations?

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The House of Representatives unanimously passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act today. The Senate already approved it unanimously.

Suing foreign governments after terrorist attacks

The House of Representatives unanimously passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act today. The Senate already approved it unanimously.

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Yesterday, Republicans in the Senate failed to stop the  Iran nuclear deal .

Senate Rejects GOP Efforts to Quash Iran Deal

Yesterday, Republicans in the Senate failed to stop the Iran nuclear deal .

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