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Juliet Eilperin

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By declaring three new national monuments in Southern California, President Obama nearly doubled the amount of land he has unilaterally protected while in office.

  • Feb 12, 2016

More than 1.8 million acres of desert in California become three separate national monuments.

  • Feb 12, 2016

Speaking in an interview about the nation’s sharp partisan divisions, President Obama said he could have done “a little better.“

  • Feb 11, 2016

Republicans Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina suspended their campaigns after disappointing finishes Tuesday.

  • Feb 10, 2016

In Obama’s final year in office, nearly 13 percent of his staff date back to his first presidential campaign.

  • Feb 10, 2016

In the GOP race, Cruz and Bush were battling for third place.

  • Feb 9, 2016

John Wrory Ficklin is among the last of a long line in his family to work at the mansion, but the first to do so in the West Wing.

  • Feb 7, 2016

A campaign reform group called the White House’s response Friday to its secret money petition “offensive.“

  • Feb 5, 2016

The online dispute between the president’s former aides and Sanders speaks to thinly-veiled antagonism between Obama’s inner circle, the vast majority of whom are either openly working for Clinton or privately back her, and the cadre of Democratic Party activists who have thrown their lot in with Sanders.

  • Feb 3, 2016

Republicans woo independent, more moderate voters. Democrats move to a head-to-head contest.

  • Feb 2, 2016
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About
Juliet Eilperin is The Washington Post’s White House bureau chief, covering domestic and foreign policy as well as the culture of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. She is the author of two books—one on sharks, and another on Congress, not to be confused with each other—and has worked for the Post since 1998. She previously served as the Post’s House of Representatives correspondent and national environmental reporter.
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