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 […]
Last month I had the opportunity to cover the presidential candidates as they campaigned in Iowa in the days leading up to the first major electoral event of the nominating process for President of the United States. Both the Democratic and Republican Iowa Caucus occurred on February 1. Traveling across Iowa in the dead of […]
John Andrew Boehner, the 61st Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, delivered an emotional farewell address on the floor of the House today as he prepares to retire at the end of October after a 24 year career as a member of Congress. The son of an Ohio barkeeper previously served as the […]