Washington Bureau Deputy Chief, Wall Street Journal
I'm the deputy of the WSJ's DC bureau
blogs.wsj.com — Washington officials launched a broad leak investigation Wednesday that has exposed government waste dating back as far as 1897-a probe that could lead, some say, to the very steps of the White House. D.C. water, power and transportation authorities opened the investigation after an inconsequential rut on 14th and F Streets grew Tuesday night into 15-foot deep sinkhole.
blogs.wsj.com — 30,000: The average student-loan debt for a borrower who received a bachelor's degree in 2013. The class of 2013 entered college just as the economic recovery was beginning in June 2009, but while their job prospects are better than other recent graduates, their debt burden is heavier.
online.wsj.com — An IRS official in Washington instructed colleagues in Cincinnati in July 2011 that using politically charged words such as tea party and patriot to screen groups applying for tax-exempt status was inappropriate. The Cincinnati office, however, ultimately forged ahead.
online.wsj.com — WASHINGTON-It wasn't his idea, but the sequester is Daniel Werfel's problem. Mr. Werfel is controller of the White House's Office of Management and Budget, a role equivalent to chief financial officer of the U.S. government.
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