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The Adult in the Room

In a world swirling with controversial and chaotic political personalities, Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark—one of the most powerful people on Capitol Hill—is competent, reliable, and, yes, maybe even a little bit boring. Thank God.


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From senators eyeing the presidency to a mayor ruling over a changing city, here’s what our politicians are up to.