Governor Jay Inslee of Washington is running for president, but if he succeeds in forcing the other Democratic candidates to talk about and take action on climate change that would be a win in itself.
Governor Ned Lamont of Connecticut toured the Millstone nuclear power plant in Waterford, CT as part of a week of events marking his first 100 days in office.
This story was commissioned by Dominion Energy, owners of the facility, and was shared with the governor’s office and other company stakeholders directly and through social media. Turn-around: One day.
Nearby to my home base, there’s a grouping of red barns on a tobacco farm near the Connecticut River.
No matter how many times I run by, or drive by, the scene is always just a little different. Something about the lighting has changed, the seasons have changed the surroundings, or the day’s weather puts a different filter on the setting.
The simplicity of the construction helps me put my thoughts in order.
In March, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand officially entered the race for president with an event outside one of Donald Trump’s properties in New York City.
Working in Boston one weekend I took a few minutes to walk around Fenway Park before the start of the baseball season.
The old building brought back the memory of a story I lived through with my father one summer evening several decades ago.
A friend mentioned how effective the use of black and white was with the photo essay I produced on Governor Ned Lamont, so I decided to revisit the Charter Oak Boxing Academy project for this black and white feature on boxing.
In February of 2019, I was granted exclusive, behind the scenes access to newly elected Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, as he prepared to present his first budget to the legislature.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is on the campaign trail for president with an unusual message. He is focused not on any specific policy, but on the need for greater civic engagement and love as a motivating factor in public affairs.
The Charter Oak Boxing Academy in the Parkville section of Hartford, Connecticut, is an after school program that uses boxing as a metaphor for life.
Children and adults train there seven days a week. While the academy produces competitive boxers, its most important product is character.
Although the national political press does not consider her a front-runner, a weekend of campaigning in New Hampshire shows New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand should not be under-estimated.
Her authentic approach could break through with voters eager for straight talk and leadership.
For more than 25 years, Al Jones, originally from North Dakota, has driven the streets of New York City daily covering the news for all-news radio station 1010 WINS. He knows every street. He remembers almost every story he has covered.
His job requires him to witness the extremes of the human condition in one of the biggest cities in the world. Crime, disaster, political ups and downs.
We spent a day with him in early January to find out what it’s like.
Senator Elizabeth Warren(D) of Massachusetts is running for president.
Her main issue is corruption in government. She is promising to take power away from the elites by requiring higher ethical standards for people in public office and ending lobbying “as we know it.”