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Win McNamee
Chief photographer for U.S. News. Dad. Nats, Stones and Beatles fan. Love history and travel. RT's ≠ endorsement
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Getty Images Apr 11
We're proud to announce that Staff Photographer has won Photo of the Year at for his image of Honduran girl Yanela Sanchez and her mother being taken into custody by US border officials in McAllen, TX on June 12.
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World Press Photo Apr 11
1/3 Just announced: the World Press Photo of the Year is ‘Crying Girl on the Border’ by John Moore (USA) (), Getty Images:
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Pancho Bernasconi Mar 16
for the photo win as the Chicago River gets dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day.
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Heidi Przybyla Mar 10
Local journalism is dying in plain sight While nt’l outlets worry ab a president who calls the press an enemy of the people, many Amers no longer have someone watching the city council, chronicling the soccer exploits of their kids or reporting on the kindly neighbor who died.
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Linda Epstein Feb 10
Portfolio of the year: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
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Amanda Comak Zrebiec Feb 4
As basically always, is must read today:
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The New York Times Feb 1
Replying to @nytimes
Many of them were a generation removed from slavery. They were pioneers who reached deep within themselves to push back against harsh circumstances, the likes of which many of us could not imagine today
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Charles Ornstein Jan 28
Ugh. Cancel in protest? Or stay with a local newspaper that’s being strip-mined for profits? ⁦⁩ says you need to stay. Here’s why.
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Climate Reality Jan 26
It’s the year 2140 and the world is powered by renewables – now, that’s the kind of story we like to read
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Win McNamee Jan 12
Replying to @nielslesniewski
Very cool, thanks Niels!
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Stephanie Ruhle Dec 14
This morning, before you skip that goodbye kiss to your kids, please consider all the missed kisses for the families. Time is precious. On this day 6yrs ago, the lives of 20 beautiful children and six brave adults were taken. Please honor & remember them.
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scott olson Dec 3
Special Air Mission 41 prepares to fly the remains of George H.W. Bush from Houston to Washington D.C.. (The plane serves as AirForce 1 when President Trump is on board.)
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Jim Acosta Nov 7
I’ve just been denied entrance to the WH. Secret Service just informed me I cannot enter the WH grounds for my 8pm hit
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Getty Images News Oct 19
A child takes cover as Mexican riot police clash with the migrant caravan on the border of Mexico and Guatemala on October 19, 2018 in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala. 📷:
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The New York Times Oct 7
Was the Kavanaugh confirmation the worst fight in Supreme Court history? Here are some other contenders.
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NYT Photo Sep 10
John Moore, a staff photographer for Getty Images, has perhaps the most comprehensive body of work of any news photographer covering immigration
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Justin Sullivan Aug 30
A plane carrying the casket of the late US Sen. departs from Goldwater Air National Guard Base, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport on its way to where he will lie jn state at the and be buried in Maryland.
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The Cavalier Daily Aug 28
LIFE: "In times of such stress, I have one confidant that has followed me all the way to college and continues to heal all worries — ice cream"
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Climate Reality Aug 12
In just one hour, our planet receives enough to power society for an entire year. Learn more:
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Peter Baker Jul 25
Outrageous of the White House to bar reporter from an open press event because it did not like her questions. A strong leader does not fear questions. A strong democracy does not shield its leader from those who question authority.
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