Russell Berman

staff writer, the Atlantic

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Russell Berman is senior associate editor at The Atlantic, where he covers political news.

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The U.S. Treasury warns that without a debt limit increase, the government will run out of money around June 1. What would this look like globally?

Down to the wire: How could debt ceiling stalemate be resolved?

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Attorney General William Barr testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee today.

At Senate hearing, Attorney General Bill Barr defends his handling of the Mueller report

Attorney General William Barr testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee today.

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The worst rainstorm in American history will still be racking up billions in damages when Congress gets back from its summer recess on Tuesday.

Heavy weather from the Gulf Coast to Washington, DC

The worst rainstorm in American history will still be racking up billions in damages when Congress gets back from its summer recess on Tuesday.

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