After a 22 hour day covering the inauguration of President Trump, I picked up an assignment to cover the Women’s March on Washington for United Press International. And as everyone knows, I love a protest. I have never seen so many people at a protest. A couple of other colleagues of mine have also said […]
Part of a team of 5 photographers, I was assigned by Bloomberg News to cover the National Mall during Donald Trump’s inauguration. This was my third inauguration. The other two were President Barack Obama’s 2009 and 2013. Here is a selection of images from the day.
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I first met Brittany Jacobs and her son Christian at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day 2012. I had just made some images of her as she held her son tightly and wept at her husband’s headstone. It was their first Memorial Day visit to the gravesite since Sgt. Christopher J. Jacobs, 29, of Alcona, […]
Michigan Republican Governor Rick Snyder came to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. today and testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform for its third day of hearings into what caused the Flint drinking water health crisis. Snyder said that state-appointed emergency managers in Flint failed to protect the city from contamination of […]
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The casket bearing Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was brought to the United States Supreme Court on Friday morning so that colleagues, staff members, former law clerks and the nation could pay their final respects. Scalia’s casket was carried up the front steps of the court and carried into the Great Hall where it was […]