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Susan Davis

Congressional Correspondent, Washington Desk

Susan Davis is a congressional correspondent for NPR and a co-host of the NPR Politics Podcast. She has covered Congress, elections, and national politics since 2002 for publications including USA TODAY, The Wall Street Journal, National Journal and Roll Call. She appears regularly on television and radio outlets to discuss congressional and national politics, and she is a contributor on PBS's Washington Week with Robert Costa. She is a graduate of American University in Washington, D.C., and a Philadelphia native.

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Students of Unified Educational Centers (CEU) attend a lesson on 'Fake News: access, security and veracity of information', in Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 21, 2018. Media analysis is a compulsory subject in Brazilian schools. MIGUEL SCHINCARIOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Brazil's President Sows Distrust In Election — Sound Familiar?

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How Did Russia's War On Ukraine Drive Up U.S. Energy Bills?

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Will Disaster Response In Puerto Rico Improve Under Biden?

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House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy speaks in Monongahela, Pa., on Friday, about Republicans' agenda if they regain control of the House in the midterm elections. Barry Reeger/AP hide caption

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House GOP unveils its legislative roadmap if they win back the House in November

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President Joe Biden removes his face mask as he walks on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, on August 24, 2022. OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Then-candidate Joe Biden speaks at a community event while campaigning on December 13, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. Daniel Carde/Getty Images hide caption

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It's General Election Season! Live From Texas

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A torn US national flag is seen during Hurricane Sally landfall in Mobile, Alabama on September 16, 2020. CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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As Political Violence Rises, Biden To Host Unity Conference

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In this photo illustration, pages are viewed from the government's released version of the F.B.I. search warrant affidavit for former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate on August 27, 2022 in California. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Fight Over Trump's Confidential Docs Remains Ugly And Tedious

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A rainbow forms above the Colorado State Capitol as people gather in protest of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022 in Denver, Colorado. Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images hide caption

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