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    Douglas Christian

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    Doug Christian has been a multimedia journalist for 20 years. He has interviewed and photographed figures such as Bill Gates, Cesar Chavez, George McGovern and William F. Buckley, Jr. He is a Senate Gallery approved photographer and photographs Congressional Hearings. In addition, he does videos of pertaining to the politics of Washington, from rallies and protests, to Congressional interviews. Doug records and produces a daily political news brief that is syndicated throughout the country. He resides in our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.

    ON THE HILL WITH DOUG CHRISTIAN CAPITOL HILL – Tomorrow, President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet with Democratic congressional leaders, Senate Minority Leader Chuck...

    ON THE HILL WITH DOUG CHRISTIAN CAPITOL HILL – Furious Michigan lawmakers met with General Motors CEO Mary Barra as GM plans to halt production...

    ON THE HILL WITH DOUG CHRISTIAN CAPITOL HILL – This morning, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi holds her Thursday presser on the heels of an...

    ON THE HILL WITH DOUG CHRISTIAN (Audio of funeral music played by the U.S. Marine Corps Band) CAPITOL HILL –The U.S. Marine Corps Band plays on...

    ON THE HILL WITH DOUG CHRISTIAN (Audio of President George H.W. Bush invoking a "new world order" at his State of the Union Speech, Jan....

    TMN's Multimedia Correspondent Doug Christian interviews Dr. Ben Carson, secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Wednesday at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) conference 2018...

    ON THE HILL WITH DOUG CHRISTIAN CAPITOL HILL – Today House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi meets a new group opposing her speakership with nine moderate...

    ON THE HILL WITH DOUG CHRISTIAN CAPITOL HILL – The Senate returns from Thanksgiving recess this evening. The House returns tomorrow. Congress remains in session...

    The proposed Senate package revises some mandatory sentencing guidelines that have been in place since 1994, when President Bill Clinton signed into legislation a $30 billion crime bill that mandated “three strikes and you’re out” — or mandatory life sentences for three-time offenders, even if those offenses were minor or non-violent

    According to the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership was designed to advance U.S. strategic and economic interests in the Asia-Pacific region and would have covered 40 percent of the world's economy.