Dominion sues Giuliani

epa08964204 (FILE) - Lawyer to former US President Donald J. Trump and former mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani speak about the president's legal challenges to his election loss to President-elect Joe Biden in the Republican National Committee Headquarters in Washington, DC, USA, 19 November 2020 (reissued 25 January 2021). Election tech company Dominion Voting Systems has reportedly filed a lawsuit over defamation in connection of baseless claims of election fraud made by Giuliani. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Utah's Great Salt Lake

epaselect epa08721428 An image made with a drone shows visitors on the salt flats watching the sunset over the Great Salt Lake, Utah, 04 October 2020. Utah's Great Salt Lake has lost 50 percent of its volume since the arrival of Mormon pioneers in 1847. Two decades of drought are not the only reason for the lake's shrinking shoreline—above average temperatures, and water diversion for agriculture and drinking water, are also to blame. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Republicans demand access to impeachment inquiry in US Capitol

epaselect epa07943271 More than two dozen Republican lawmakers speak to the media before gathering outside the room used by the House of Representatives' impeachment inquiry into President Trump in the US Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, 23 October 2019. The lawmakers attempted to enter the SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) where the closed hearings are taking place. They were kicked out moments later. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Floridians prepare for Hurricane Dorian

epa07810083 Female inmates from Brevard County Jail load free sandbags into the trunk of resident's car in Cocoa, Florida, USA, 01 September 2019. Hurricane Dorian, a powerful Category 5, is expected to strike the Bahamas on Sunday 01 September before passing to the east of Florida early next week. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Richmond removes another Confederate statue

epa08532792 An image made with a drone shows workers removing a statue of Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart from Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, USA, 07 July 2020. The statue is the third memorializing the city’s former role as the capital of the Confederacy to be removed in this month. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Only Supermoon of 2017 Rises Behind US Capitol in Washington, DC

epaselect epa06365860 A so-called 'supermoon' rises behind the US Capitol (R) and the Jefferson Memorial (bottom), in Washington, DC, viewed from Arlington, Virginia, USA, 03 December 2017. A supermoon occurs when a full moon coincides with the point at which the moon's orbit is closest to Earth. This is the only supermoon of 2017. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Lawmkers move to impeach President Trump a second time

epa08934944 Members of the National Guard try to get some sleep inside the US Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, 13 January 2021. Democrats hope to impeach the president a second time for incitement of insurrection following the attack on the Capitol last week as lawmakers worked to certify Joe Biden as the next President of the United States. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Senate votes down meausre to protect Arctic Wildlife Refuge from oil drilling

epa06278686 (FILE) - Polar bears gather on a barrier island in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge just outside the Inupiat village of Kaktovik, Alaska, USA, 11 September 2017 (reissued 20 October 2017). On 19 October the US Senate voted down a Democratic measure to protect the vast refuge, the largest in the United States, from future oil and gas drilling. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Trump Meets With Truckers While Republicans Brace for Health Care Vote

epa06255932 YEARENDER 2017 MARCH US President Donald J. Trump gets in the driver's seat of an 18-wheeler while meeting with truck drivers and trucking CEOs on the South Portico prior to their meeting to discuss health care at the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 23 March 2017. The House of Representatives has yet to vote on the Republican-crafted American Health Care Act, that would replace the Affordable Care Act, as it remained unclear whether Republicans had enough votes to overcome opposition from Democrats and those within their own party. EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO

Federal Shutdown Into Third Week

epa03910832 The US Capitol dome is pictured at dawn in the reflection of frosted glass above the Capitol Visitor Center in Washington DC, USA, 15 October 2013. The federal shutdown in the US is in its third week; Congress and the White House are struggling with a solution to end their budget standoff. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Obama speaks on Shutdown at White House

epa03890474 US President Barack Obama (L) walks out of the White House briefing room after speaking to the media in the briefing room of the White House on the looming government shutdown in Washington, DC USA, 30 September 2013. If Congress does not pass a budget bill by midnight on 01 October, the US government will shut down for the first time since 1995-1996. President Obama criticized conservative Republicans for tying the spending bill to efforts to delay or defund his signature healthcare reforms. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Welcome to Watchington: Urban Surveillance in the Nation's Capitol

epaselect epa04025993 (02/25) A live traffic camera operated by the District Department of Transportation is seen at dawn in front of a mural of Marilyn Monroe painted on the side of a building in the Woodley Park neighborhood of Washington, DC, USA, 21 December 2013. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO PLEASE REFER TO ADVISORY NOTICE (epa04025991) FOR FULL FEATURE TEXT

Supreme Court Issues Ruling on Hobby Lobby Case

epaselect epa04291400 A man dressed as the Bible protests outside the US Supreme Court where the nine justices are expected to issue their ruling on the Hobby Lobby case, which challenges the Affordable Care Acts mandate that employee health plans include pregnancy preventive services, in Washington, DC, USA, 30 June 2014. The case was bought by Hobby Lobby, a chain of arts and crafts stores, and is the first major legal challenge to Obamacare in two years. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Iowa's County Fairs

epa03806154 (30/30) Kyle Barh stands on the hood of his car and waves his first-place trophy after winning the demolition derby at the Hardin County Fair in Eldora, Iowa, USA, 14 July 2013. Every summer, each of Iowa's 99 counties throws its own fair. Provincial and patriotic, with beauty pageants and demolition derbies, polka dances and daredevil shows, these rural exhibitions reflect the traditional values, and the countrified culture, of America's Heartland. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO PLEASE REFER TO ADVISORY NOTICE (epa03806124) FOR FULL FEATURE FOR FULL FEATURE TEXT

Iowa's County Fairs

epa03806126 (02/30) Aleaha Baske waves from the back of a float sponsored by a local salon called E-Clips during the Delaware County Fair's kick-off parade in Manchester, Iowa, USA, 08 July 2013. Every summer, each of Iowa's 99 counties throws its own fair. Provincial and patriotic, with beauty pageants and demolition derbies, polka dances and daredevil shows, these rural exhibitions reflect the traditional values, and the countrified culture, of America's Heartland. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO PLEASE REFER TO ADVISORY NOTICE (epa03806124) FOR FULL FEATURE FOR FULL FEATURE TEXT

Strong Thunderstorms Hit the Mid-Atlantic

epa03743710 Peggy Evans (R), along with her grandson Colby Evans (L), rushes home from her job at Rukes store and restaurant on Smith Island just before the arrival of a strong thunderstorm in Ewell, Maryland, USA, 13 June 2013. Strong thunderstorms raced across much of the mid-Atlantic throughout the afternoon. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Cast Out: The True Story Behind 'The Exorcist'

epa03900348 (12/12) A replica of Regan MacNeil, the possessed girl in William Blatty's 'The Exorcist', is for sale at a seasonal Halloween store in suburban Maryland, USA, 21 September 2013. Forty years after the release of the film it still holds a place in the American psyche; when adjusted for inflation 'The Exorcist' is the ninth highest grossing movie of all time in the United States. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO All of the pictures for this essay were made with specialty lenses attached to a 35mm camera. PLEASE REFER TO ADVISORY NOTICE (epa03900336) FOR FULL FEATURE TEXT

Florida Set To Record Coldest December in Its Histoty

epa02510330 Beach chairs sit vacant at 40 degree Fahrenheit (4.44 degrees Celsius) temperatures outside the Palm Bay Club in Siesta Key, Florida, on 30 December 2010 morning. Florida is on pace to set a record for its coldest December in 100 years of record keeping. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

US President Obama Holds Press Briefing After Senate Ratified New START Treaty

epa02504722 US President Barack Obama is seen in the viewfinder of a video camera during a brief press conference in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington DC, USA, on 22 December 2010, after the Senate ratified the 'New START' treaty. The US Senate approved the new nuclear arms reduction accord with Russia on Wednesday, meeting President Barack Obama's goal of ratifying the pact that requires both countries to cut their arsenals of deployed warheads. The Senate voted 71-26 to ratify the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, clearing the two-thirds majority required under the US Constitution for treaty ratification. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

U.S.; Children in Washington, DC Celebrate Halloween

epa02423627 In the Friendship Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC, children go trick-or-treating, a Halloween tradition of dressing up in scary costumes and going door to door to ask neighbors for candy, on 31, October 2010. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

US President Barack Obama Signs the Small Business Jobs Act

epa02360881 US President Barack Obama departs the East Room of the White House after signing the Small Business Jobs Act in Washington, DC on 27 September, 2010. The legislation, passed by the House last week, creates a 30 billion US dollar fund to expand credit access for small businesses. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

U.S. Tea Party Activists Gather For "Restoring Honor" Rally on the National Mall in Washington, DC

epa02304730 U.S. Tea Party activist Jane Costanza (L) of Toms River, NJ, and her second cousin, Allyson Costanza (R) of Bedford, VA, gaze out at the National Mall from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the Tea Party rally, called "Restoring Honor," organized by talk-show host and Tea Party darling Glenn Beck in Washington, DC, on 28 August, 2010. Beck's rally, advertised as a 'non-political event that pays tribute to America's service personnel and other upstanding citizens who embody our nation's founding principles of integrity, truth and honor,' has generated controversy for being held on the same day and location as Martin Luther King's 1963 'I Have a Dream' speech. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Operation Save America

epa02262019 US anti-abortion group Operation Save America (OSA) holds an open casket memorial service for a human fetus they said was aborted and that they named Joel in Independence Square in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 22 July 2010. OSA was in Charlotte for their annual summer rally. Hundreds of members of the strident anti-abortion group Operation Save America (OSA), including director Rev. Philip L. (Flip) Benham, gathered last week for their annual rally in Charlotte, North Carolina. Calling abortion a 'holocaust ravaging our nation,' OSA supporters used some unconventional tactics to broadcast their message. They confronted pedestrians with graphic billboards of aborted fetuses, denounced Islam outside a local mosque (the organization likens Islam and homosexuality to abortion, believing all three are 'inspired by the same liar who has come to the Earth to rob, kill, and destroy'), and held an open-casket funeral for a human fetus they say was aborted. Conservative Christian groups like OSA see a pro-life America as the new normal. Indeed, for the second straight year, according to Gallup polls, slightly more Americans consider themselves pro-life than pro-choice—a cultural shift on the issue not seen since Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Operation Save America

epa02262014 US Pastor Garland Faw (R) and Paul Finn (L), both from Kannapolis, North Carolina, raise their arms to music inside the Truth Temple Church, where supporters of the anti-abortion group Operation Save America (OSA) gathered for their nightly rally in Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA, 21 July 2010. OSA was in Charlotte for their annual summer rally. Hundreds of members of the strident anti-abortion group Operation Save America (OSA), including director Rev. Philip L. (Flip) Benham, gathered last week for their annual rally in Charlotte, North Carolina. Calling abortion a 'holocaust ravaging our nation,' OSA supporters used some unconventional tactics to broadcast their message. They confronted pedestrians with graphic billboards of aborted fetuses, denounced Islam outside a local mosque (the organization likens Islam and homosexuality to abortion, believing all three are 'inspired by the same liar who has come to the Earth to rob, kill, and destroy'), and held an open-casket funeral for a human fetus they say was aborted. Conservative Christian groups like OSA see a pro-life America as the new normal. Indeed, for the second straight year, according to Gallup polls, slightly more Americans consider themselves pro-life than pro-choice—a cultural shift on the issue not seen since Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Operation Save America

epa02262024 A supporter of the anti-abortion group Operation Save America (OSA) who was protesting outside the Carolina Center for Women abortion clinic, walks back to his parked car in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 July 2010. OSA was in Charlotte for their annual summer rally. Hundreds of members of the strident anti-abortion group Operation Save America (OSA), including director Rev. Philip L. (Flip) Benham, gathered last week for their annual rally in Charlotte, North Carolina. Calling abortion a 'holocaust ravaging our nation,' OSA supporters used some unconventional tactics to broadcast their message. They confronted pedestrians with graphic billboards of aborted fetuses, denounced Islam outside a local mosque (the organization likens Islam and homosexuality to abortion, believing all three are 'inspired by the same liar who has come to the Earth to rob, kill, and destroy'), and held an open-casket funeral for a human fetus they say was aborted. Conservative Christian groups like OSA see a pro-life America as the new normal. Indeed, for the second straight year, according to Gallup polls, slightly more Americans consider themselves pro-life than pro-choice—a cultural shift on the issue not seen since Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

U.S. At the National Zoo, Washingtonians Cool Off in a Vapor Mister

epa02240488 A young visitor to the National Zoo cools off in a vapor mister on the second straight day of triple digit temperatures in Washington, DC, USA, on 7 July, 2010. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

U.S. The Body of Senator Robert Byrd is Carried Out of The Capitol

epa02232686 U.S. An honor guard carries the casket containing the body of the late Democratic Senator from West Virginia Robert Byrd, the longest serving Senator in U.S. history, out of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., USA on 01, July 2010. Senator Byrd served in the U.S. Senate for 51 years, and is the first Senator to lie in repose in the Senate chamber since 1959. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO POOL

President Obama Honors Medal of Freedom Recipents in the White House

epa02584999 U.S. President Barack Obama (L) with George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st President of the United States, before awarding him with the 2010 Medal of Freedom, the Nation's highest civilian honor, in a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington DC, USA on 15 February, 2011. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

President Obama Holds Press Conference on Budget

epa02584829 US President Barack Obama (R) holds a press conference in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on his 2012 budget, which the President says will cut the federal deficit by $1.1 trillion over the next 10 years, in Washington DC, USA on 15 February 2011. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Aryan Redux

epa02253543 US Aryan Nations Regional Director Colonel Gordon Young (L), and member Bradley Jenkins (R) light a swastika at a member's Maryland home after a rally at Gettysburg National Military Park in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA, 19 June 2010. One of America's most notorious white-separatist groups is attempting a comeback. The Aryan Nations, a neo-Nazi organization that was sued into bankruptcy a decade ago, has re-emerged this summer—holding rallies, distributing literature, and seeking new members. Originally headquartered near Hayden Lake, Idaho, the Aryan Nations lost their compound, and much of their intellectual property, in a 2000 lawsuit brought by the Southern Poverty Law Center on behalf of a woman and her son who were beaten by Aryan Nations guards. In the decade that followed, numerous white nationalist factions claimed to be the Aryan Nations' rightful heirs; yet only this summer has Pastor Paul Mullet's division, also called the Aryan Nations (AN), emerged as the likely successor. Mullet claims the group now has 24 chapters in as many states. Labeled 'a continuing terrorist threat' in 2001 by the FBI, the AN claim their racial views are rooted in Biblical principle; they believe that Adam of Genesis was the placing of the white race upon the earth, while Jews are Canaanites descended from Eve's original sin, and thus the enemy of Christianity. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

A Sarah Palin lookalike is interviewed at the 38th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference

epa02576712 A Sarah Palin lookalike is interviewed at the 38th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the nation's largest annual conservative gathering, in Washington DC, USA on 11 February, 2011. A dozen potential Republican presidential candidates are expected to speak at this year's conference before 11,000 attendees. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

A Massive Winter Storm Moves Into the American Northeast

epa02561530 Ice coated roads and tree branches in Pennsylvania's Rothrock State Forest in the midst of a winter snow and ice storm near Pine Grove Mills, Pennsylvania, USA on 02 February, 2011. The massive storm moved into the Northeast Wednesday after pummeling the Midwest on Tuesday, dumping 20 inches of snow on Chicago and canceling some 13,000 flights so far this week. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

America's Dead Sea: California's Salton Sea Has Become One Of The Worst Environmental Sites in the USA

epa02647488 (16/22) A folk art project called 'Salvation Mountain,' the work of 79-year-old artist Leonard Knight, sits on state land just east of the Salton Sea near Niland, California, USA, 20 January 2011. Erosion and high toxicity levels from farm runoff has left the nearby Salton Sea increasingly contaminated, and lake-side towns all but deserted. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO ***PLEASE REFER TO THE ADVISORY NOTICE (epa02647473) FOR COMPLETE FEATURE TEXT***

America's Dead Sea: California's Salton Sea Has Become One Of The Worst Environmental Sites in the USA

epa02647480 (07/22) The trunks of dying palm trees rise from from the shores of Salton Sea Beach, California, USA, 19 January 2011. Erosion and high toxicity levels from farm runoff has left the Salton Sea increasingly contaminated, and lake-side towns like this one all but deserted. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO ***PLEASE REFER TO THE ADVISORY NOTICE (epa02647473) FOR COMPLETE FEATURE TEXT***

America's Dead Sea: California's Salton Sea Has Become One Of The Worst Environmental Sites in the USA

epa02647477 (04/22) Dead tilapia float in the Salton Sea near Salton Sea Beach, California, USA, 19 January 2011. Erosion and high toxicity levels from farm runoff has left the Salton Sea increasingly contaminated, causing massive fish die-offs, and lake-side towns to become all but deserted. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO ***PLEASE REFER TO THE ADVISORY NOTICE (epa02647473) FOR COMPLETE FEATURE TEXT***

Opening session of the 112th Congress.

epa02517070 US Speaker of the House John Boehner takes the gavel from outgoing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi during the opening session of the 112th Congress in the US Capitol in Washington, DC USA 05 January 2011. Reports state that Boehner, 61, ascends to the House speakership after the traditional roll call vote of members that marks the Opening Day of a new Congress. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Bill Clinton and Bill Gates testify on Capitol Hill

epa02073624 Former President Bill Clinton (R) and co-founder of the Gates Foundation, Bill Gates (L), testify before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during a hearing on global health on Capitol Hill In Washington DC, USA, 10 March 2010. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Massive Snowstorm, Dubbed "Snowmaggedon," Blows Through Washington, DC,USA

epa02019619 At Dupont Circle, in the midst of a historic snowstorm, hundreds of people engage in a massive snowball fight in Washington, DC, USA on 06 February 2010. EPA/Jim Lo Scalzo

Massive Snowstorm, Dubbed "Snowmaggedon," Blows Through Washington, DC,USA

epa02019472 On normally bustling 12th Street NW, a massive snowstorm, dubbed "Snowmaggedon," has left the street abandoned in Washington, DC, USA on 06 February 2010. EPA/Jim Lo Scalzo

Senator Reid Calls For An End To Legal Brothels in Nevada

epa02607848 (FILE) A file photo dated 17 November 2006 shows a prostitute named Bunny Love walking to her live-in suite at the 'Bunny Ranch', a legal brothel outside of Carson City, Nevada, USA. Democratic Senate Majority Leader from Nevada, Harry Reid, on 22 February 2011 unexpectedly called for an end to legal brothels in his home state, sparking a new debate about one the world's oldest professions. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

First anniversary of 06 January attack on the Capitol

epa09664286 (15/24) (FILE) - Supporters of US President Trump outside the senate chambers after breaching Capitol security in Washington, DC, USA, 06 January 2021 (reissued 03 January 2021). Following the November 2020 US presidential election, a tone set by supporters of defeated US President Donald Trump escalated further. Trump, who was refusing to concede the victory of Joe Biden, claiming voter fraud and rigged elections, told supporters and white nationalist extreme-right group Proud Boys to respectively 'Stop the Steal' and to 'stand back and stand by'. His social media accounts were suspended and the alt-right platform Parler gained in user numbers. On 06 January 2021, incumbent US vice president Pence was due to certify the Electoral College votes before Congress, the last step in the process before President-elect Biden was to be sworn in. In the morning, pro-Trump protesters had gathered for the so-called Save America March. Soon after Trump finished his speech at the Ellipse, the crowd marched to the Capitol. The attack had begun. Rioters broke into the Capitol building where the joint Congress session was being held. Lawmakers barricaded themselves inside the chambers and donned tear gas masks while rioters vandalized the building, some even occupying offices such as House Speaker Pelosi's. Eventually in the evening the building was cleared from insurrectionists, and the Congress chambers reconvened their session, confirming Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 US presidential election. In the aftermath, more than 600 people were charged with federal crimes in connection to the insurgency, and close Trump aides such as Steve Bannon, Mark Meadows and Roger Stone were subpoenaed by the House select committee investigating the attack. Trump himself was acquitted by the Senate in his second impeachment trial, this time for "inciting an insurrection". EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET *** Local Caption *** 57337327
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