Redefining Representation: The Women of the 116th Congress

Just over 100 years ago, the first woman was sworn into Congress. In 2019, a record 131 women are serving in the Legislature.

Photographs by Elizabeth D. Herman and Celeste Sloman

The New York Times, 2019

 ‘This is Our Reality Now’

In just two years, President Trump has unleashed a regulatory rollback, lobbied for and cheered on by industry, with little parallel in the past half-century. The trade-offs, while often out of public view, are real — frighteningly so, for some people.

Photographs by Gabriella Demczuk

The New York Times, 2018

The Trump Rally: A Play in Three Acts

The art of Making America Great Again. And again. And again.

Photographs by Whitten Sabbatini and Tom Brenner

The New York Times, 2018

Louisiana School Made Headlines for Sending Black Kids to Elite Colleges. Here’s the Reality.

T.M. Landry, a school in small-town Louisiana, has garnered national attention for vaulting its underprivileged black students to elite colleges. But the school cut corners and doctored college applications.

Photographs by Annie Flanagan

The New York Times, 2018

A Second Chance For a Warden, and His Prisoners

As a school board member in Wolf Point, Mont., Ron Jackson couldn’t help struggling Native American students as much as he hoped. Now some of them are his inmates.

Photographs by Annie Flanagan

The New York Times, 2018

Deployed Inside the United States: The Military Waits For The Migrant Caravan

With little electricity, no combat pay and holidays away from home, the 5,600 American troops on the southwest border are on a mission ordered by a politically determined commander in chief and a Pentagon unable to convince him of its perils.

Photographs by Tamir Kalifa

The New York Times, 2018