Secretary of State John Kerry appeared before a skeptical panel of senators during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing about the Iran nuclear deal on Thursday July 23, 2015. The hearing was part of the agreement’s 60-day congressional review period that I was covering on assignment for United Press International. Kerry was accused of being […]
Six years ago I made a trip to Wise County, Virginia, in rural Appalachia, to photograph Remote Area Medical (RAM) for the first time. A nonprofit volunteer medical relief corps based in Knoxville, Tennessee, RAM provides free health, dental and vision care to people in remote areas of the United States and around the world. […]
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, […]
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Shooting on Capitol Hill can be a bit repetitive. Every week there are the same old press conferences and hearings. For instance, every week that Congress is in session, the House Republican Conference has an hour meeting in the basement of the Capitol. After that meeting, the Speaker of the House, members of the leadership […]
On December 5, 2014, President Obama nominated former deputy secretary of defense Ashton Carter to succeed Chuck Hagel, who resigned under pressure last year. Today I covered his confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee.