Proud to have been sent across the country to film this series on people with different politics and backgrounds wrestling with the same concerns.
Wall Street Journal | October 29, 2018
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Wall Street Journal | February 6, 2018
An advanced procedure called ‘thrombectomy’ is transforming stroke care in America. It can be used to treat the most severe stroke patients — but timing is critical.
Wall Street Journal | September 29, 2017
A Supreme Court case on gerrymandering — the practice of drawing district boundaries for political advantage — could reshape the country’s political landscape. Voters like Matt Forbeck in Beloit, Wisc., say it undermines representative democracy.
Wall Street Journal | July 7, 2017
Watch in virtual reality as UFC Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes trains for her upcoming fight. To stay a champion in one of America’s fastest growing sports, she must master all parts of a constantly evolving sport.
Wall Street Journal | June 19, 2017
Kahuzi-Biega National Park in Democratic Republic of Congo is hoping to increase ecotourism by habituating more silverbacks to be comfortable around humans.
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Wall Street Journal |April 25, 2017
As textile mills disappeared in Rockingham, N.C., so did many well-paying jobs. Residents like Robert Lee, the local gun-shop owner, want President Trump to focus on the economy and bringing those jobs back.
Wall Street Journal |November 1, 2016
In Florida, Democrats put a lot of effort into getting out the vote. But some in the Trump camp question whether a ground game matters in an era of such high-profile candidates. WSJ looks at the differing strategies in this key swing state. Photo: Getty.
Check out the other stories I did while in Florida:
Trump, Clinton Vie for the Haitian Vote in Florida
Trump, Clinton Fight for Must-Win Florida
Wall Street Journal | July 28, 2016
Go inside the day-in-the-life of a delegate attending the Democratic National Convention for the first time. Watch the first-person perspective of Ryan Kounovsky as he attends caucuses, a history-making roll call vote, and of course, the parties.
Wall Street Journal | April 17, 2016
Buchanan County, Va., is coal country. It’s also Donald Trump country, where many locals, frustrated with government energy policies and concerned about a shrinking coal industry, say the Republican presidential candidate is their last best hope.
Check out the full immersive with three other videos.
Wall Street Journal | March 25, 2016
Washington D.C.’s blooming cherry blossoms bring thousands to the tidal basin each year. Here’s a look at the scene in peak bloom.
Wall Street Journal | December 30, 2015
The explosion of citizen-recorded video of police interactions in the U.S. in 2015 has fueled a national debate over police brutality.
Wall Street Journal | September 21, 2015
Nathan Simm, who was born without a fibula, can bike, swim and play soccer with the help of his prosthetic leg. But a Medicare proposal that could influence other insurance providers seeks to limit coverage of lower-limb prosthetics.
Wall Street Journal | September 18, 2015
Dignity Washington, a group of LBGT Catholics in Washington, D.C., are excited about Pope Francis’ visit on September 22nd and are hoping his message of non-judgement continues as they seek acceptance from the church.
Wall Street Journal | June 19, 2015
A debate has long been raging in pockets of the South over what the Confederate battle flag symbolizes and whether it belongs in public spaces. The Charleston, S.C., shootings have reignited the issue.
Wall Street Journal | May 27, 2015
The U.S. Marine Corps is testing six F-35Bs aboard the USS Wasp off the coast of Virginia to see if the delayed and costly Joint Strike Fighter will be ready by July. WSJ’s Madeline Marshall reports.