. test as opposing taxes. Conservatives such as Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma, who notoriously called climate change a hoax, once were marginalized. Now Inhofe tells National Journal he feels that he’s “come in from the cold.”
Coral Davenport, Energy and Environment Correspondent for the National Journal, and Raymond Schmitt, a Senior Scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
"Obama Administration Sits on Key Regulations," (with Coral Davenport) how the White House held up controversial health, environmental, and financial regulations until after the 2012 election. National Journal, November 1, 2012
Revolving Door (2). A month ago Coral Davenport took a gig at Politico but has already resigned for a role at National Journal.
But lots of Washington journalism eyes are on National Journal, as Fournier builds a unified newsroom (including NationalJournal.com, National Journal magazine, CongressDaily, The Hotline, and the Almanac of American Politics) and.
Ralph Hall in an interview with Coral Davenport of the National Journal for her story in 1 December issue, "Heads in the Sand." (With the permission of National Journal.)
National Journal Group announced today that award-winning political journalist Major Garrett is joining National Journal as a Congressional Correspondent, reporting and providing analysis across all of National Journal Group’s.
CORAL DAVENPORT, “The National Journal”: What’s new about this report is for the past 18 years, the United Nations climate change process has been working towards one specific goal. And that is cutting carbon emissions.
Coral Davenport at National Journal has a well-reported piece on the "coming civil war in the Republican party." Can the moderates turn the fundamentalists around?
. Obama’s foreign policy – for being too militaristic and for continuing America’s reliance on a national security state. And Bill Press talks about climate change and energy policy with the National Journal’s Coral Davenport.