People evacuated from Afghanistan arrive at Washington Dulles International Airport

epaselect epa09440847 A child sits on a bus with other people evacuated from Afghanistan after arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Virginia, USA, 01 September 2021. The last military flight took off from Kabul airport completing the US evacuation from Afghanistan and ending America's longest war after almost twenty years. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Olympic Games 2020 Equestrian

epa09400181 Shane Sweetnam of Ireland on Alejandro falls while competing in the Jumping Team qualifier during the Equestrian events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Baji Koen Equestrian Park in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, 06 August 2021. EPA-EFE/Michael Reynolds

Security at the US Capitol

epa08935899 Hundreds of US National Guard troops rest beside one another in the Capitol Visitors Center on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 13 January 2021. Twenty thousand troops of the National Guard could be deployed in Washington, DC, by the end of the week to help secure the Capitol area ahead of more potentially violent unrest in the days leading up to the Inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden. Democrats are attempting to impeach US President Donald J. Trump after he incited a mob of his supporters to riot on the US Capitol on 06 January in an attempt to thwart Congress from certifying Biden's election victory. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Security at the US Capitol

epa08935252 Hundreds of US National Guard troops rest in the Capitol Visitors Center, with the Statue of Freedom seen at center, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 13 January 2021. At least ten thousand troops of the National Guard will be deployed in Washington by the end of the week, with the possibility of five thousand more, to help secure the Capitol area ahead of more potentially violent unrest in the days leading up to the Inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden. Democrats are attempting to impeach US President Donald J. Trump after he incited a mob of his supporters to riot on the US Capitol in an attempt to thwart Congress from certifying Biden's election victory. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Security at the US Capitol

epa08934925 US National Guard troops are issued firearms at the East Front of the US Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, 13 January 2021. At least ten thousand troops of the National Guard will be deployed in Washington by the end of the week, with the possibility of five thousand more, to help secure the Capitol area ahead of more potentially violent unrest in the days leading up to the Inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden. Democrats are attempting to impeach US President Donald J. Trump after he incited a mob of his supporters to riot on the US Capitol in an attempt to thwart Congress from certifying Biden's election victory. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Aftermath of riots in the US Capitol

epa08923709 First responders wheel a person on a stretcher into an ambulance at the East Front of the US Capitol after pro-Trump protesters stormed the grounds leading to chaos, in Washington, DC, USA, 06 January 2021. Various groups of Trump supporters have broken into the US Capitol and rioted as Congress prepares to meet and certify the results of the 2020 US Presidential election. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Pro-Trump rally ahead of US Congress counting electoral college votes

epa08923516 Pro-Trump protesters occupy the grounds of the West Front of the US Capitol, including the inaugural stage and viewing stands, in Washington, DC, USA, 06 January 2021. Right-wing conservative groups are protesting against Congress counting the electoral college votes. Dozens of state and federal judges have shot down challenges to the 2020 presidential election, finding the accusations of fraud to be without merit. Protesters stormed the US Capitol which held the Electoral College vote certification for President-elect Joe Biden. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Pro-Trump rally ahead of US Congress counting electoral college votes

epa08922388 Thousands of supporters of US President Donald J. Trump gather on the National Mall outside a rally on the Ellipse near the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 06 January 2021. Right-wing conservative groups are protesting against Congress counting the electoral college votes. Dozens of state and federal judges have shot down challenges to the 2020 presidential election, finding the accusations of fraud to be without merit. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

US President Donald J. Trump holds a Cabinet meeting

epa07258749 US President Donald J. Trump speaks in front of a poster depicting his image during a meeting with members of Trump's Cabinet in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 02 January 2019. President Trump used the opportunity to speak on plans to host Congressional Democratic and Republican leaders to discuss the ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government and funding for border security. Trump also spoke on international affairs and the economy. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

The US Capitol building is seen after sunset

epa03888193 The US Capitol building is seen reflected in the Capitol Reflection Pool after sunset in Washington DC, USA, 28 September 2013. As a possible government shutdown looms ahead, the House is expected to vote on two amendments to a Senate-passed continuing resolution to keep the government open and stop as much of the Affordable Care Act, or 'Obamacare', as possible. The two amendments will delay Obamacare by one year and repeal a medical device tax. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

The US Congress battles over a continued resolution to fund the government

epa03890513 A jogger runs by as night falls on the US Capitol on the eve of a potential government shutdown, on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, USA, 30 September 2013. The US government will shutdown beginning 01 October 2013 if the Democratic-led Senate and Republican-led House of Representatives fail to agree on a continuing resolution to fund the government. The Senate has so far rejected a House version of the resolution that included language limiting the Affordable Care Act, or 'Obamacare'. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

US Senate Majority Leader Democrat Harry Reid leaves a meeting with US Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell

epa03910058 US Senate Majority Leader Democrat Harry Reid (C) is surrounded by members of the news media as he walks from the Senate floor to a meeting with Senate Minority Leader Republican Mitch McConnell (not pictured), on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, USA, 14 October 2013. On the fourteenth day of a partial shutdown of the federal government, a bipartisan group of lawmakers will meet with US President Barack Obama to attempt to negotiate an end to the shutdown and raise the nation's debt ceiling before a deadline later this week. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

US President Barack Obama welcomes President-elect Donald Trump

epa05660547 YEARENDER 2016 NOVEMBER US President Barack Obama (R) and President-elect Donald Trump (L) meet in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 10 November 2016. President-elect Donald Trump and future First Lady Melania Trump are meeting with President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House and are expected to discuss efforts toward a smooth transition of power. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

epa04255146 Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participates in a discussion on her book 'Hard Choices: A Memoir', at George Washington University in Washington DC, USA, 13 June 2014. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

150th Anniversary Reenactment of the Civil War Battle of Antietam

epa03399423 A time-lapse photograph shows the lingering image of a reenactor that portrays a Union soldier (C), paused while helping other reenactors light over three thousand six-hundred candles during an illumination to commemorate the deaths of Antietam, during the 150th Anniversary Reenactment of the Civil War battle, at Legacy Manor Farm in Boonsboro, Maryland, USA, 15 September 2012. Reenactments are taking place at the farm all weekend ahead of the sesquicentennial of the historic day. The twelve-hour battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862, was the bloodiest one-day battle in American history. Of nearly 100,000 soldiers engaged in the battle, about 23,000 were killed, wounded or missing. Six Brigadier and Major Generals were killed or mortally wounded. One soldier described the battle of Antietam as 'an afternoon in the valley of death'. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

150th Anniversary Reenactment of the Civil War Battle of Antietam

epa03399213 A picture dated 14 September 2012 and made available 15 September 2012 shows reenactors portraying Confederate cavalry pass through a cloud of dust at sunset, during preparation for the 150th Anniversary Reenactment of the Civil War Battle of Antietam, at Legacy Manor Farm in Boonsboro, Maryland, USA. Reenactments are taking place at the farm all weekend ahead of the sesquicentennial of the historic day. The twelve-hour battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862, was the bloodiest one-day battle in American history. Of nearly 100,000 soldiers engaged in the battle, about 23,000 were killed, wounded or missing. Six Brigadier and Major Generals were killed or mortally wounded. One soldier described the battle of Antietam as 'an afternoon in the valley of death'. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

The 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina USA

epa03387082 Former US President Bill Clinton is hugged on stage by current US President Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 5 September 2012. Clinton nominated US President Barack Obama to run for a second term at the convention. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

The 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

epa03383790 Michelle Obama, wife of US President Barack Obama delivers her featured speech on stage at the Democratic National Convention at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 04 September 2012. US President Barack Obama will be nominated to run for a second term at the convention. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Renovation of the National Mall Reflecting Pool

epa03367544 At sunset the Lincoln Memorial is reflected in the National Mall Reflecting Pool after it was filled with water, in Washington DC, USA, 21 August 2012. Newly constructed pumps have begun drawing as much as four million gallons (15 million litres) of water from the nearby Tidal Basin to fill the Reflecting Pool, 21 August 2012. The renovation cost 34 million US dollars (27.26 million Euro) after the pool has been closed since 2010. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Renovation of the National Mall Reflecting Pool

epa03366905 At sunset the Lincoln Memorial is seen reflected in the National Mall Reflecting Pool after it was filled with water, in Washington DC, USA, 21 August 2012. Newly constructed pumps have begun drawing as much as four million gallons (15 million litres) of water from the nearby Tidal Basin to fill the Reflecting Pool, 21 August 2012. The renovation cost 34 million US dollars (27.26 million Euro) after the pool has been closed since 2010. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

US President Barack Obama

epa03336488 US President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the economy at a campaign event at Loudoun County High School in Leesburg, Virginia, USA, 02 August 2012. President Obama highlighted his plan to bring tax relief for middle class families and his differences with the tax plan of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Virginia is one of seven key swing states in the presidential election. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

American Civil War Reenactment

epa03063512 (17/28) The Antietam National Park Service volunteer group portrays Battery B, 4th US artillery, firing a twelve-pound Napoleon cannon during a living history demonstration at Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg, Maryland, USA, 24 September 2011. The Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest one-day battle in American history. Of nearly 100,000 soldiers engaged in the battle, about 23,000 were killed, wounded or missing. The 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War was observed in 2011. Several major battles including those at Antietam, Shiloh and Gettysburg will be reenacted in 2012 and 2013 as part of the Civil War Sesquicentennial. The Civil War was by far the bloodiest war in American history, killing about 600,000 people - which is equivalent to about six million people today. Many re-enactors see their hobby as vital to keeping US history alive, honoring veterans and caring for monuments and historical sites. In addition to travel costs, period-authentic guns, uniforms, tents and other equipment can cost thousands of dollars and are paid for by individual re-enactors. Many battles are often reenacted where they didn’t take place and national battlefields rarely allow reenactments on site. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

G8 Summit

epa03224858 US President Barack Obama (R) kisses Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel while welcoming her to the G8 Summit at Camp David, the presidential retreat near Thurmont, Maryland, USA, 18 May 2012. The world's Group of Eight leading industrial nations (G8) meet at Camp David to discuss the European debt crisis, the global economy and security issues. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde

epa02917913 International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde delivers an address entitled 'Global Economic Challenges and Global Solutions', at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington DC, USA, 15 September 2011. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan

epa02915252 Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan appears before the Senate Finance Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Growth subcommittee hearing on 'Whether There is a Role for Tax Reform in Comprehensive Deficit Reduction and US Fiscal Policy', on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, USA, 13 September 2011. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

US President Barack Obama arrival on the South Lawn

epa03211140 A US Secret Service agent stands guard wearing a tuxedo on the South Lawn of the White House as Marine One arrives with US President Barack Obama (not pictured), in Washington DC, USA, 08 May 2012. President Obama returns from Albany, New York. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

A giant red stiletto shoe is on display for a Mastercard promotion at Union Station in Washington DC

epa02509735 Pedestrians walk past a giant red stiletto shoe on display for a Mastercard promotion at Union Station, in Washington DC, USA, 29 December 2010. Holiday retail sales increased five per cent in 2010 from a year earlier. According to MasterCard Advisors' SpendingPulse, retail sales rose year-on-year 5.5 per cent from 05 November through 24 December 2010, and e-commerce rose 15 per cent. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on 'Europe's Sovereign Debt Crisis - Causes, Consequences for the United States and Lessons Learned'

epa03153631 US Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke appears before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on 'Europe's Sovereign Debt Crisis - Causes, Consequences for the United States and Lessons Learned', on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 21 March 2012. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington DC

epa03151566 The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is seen behind cherry blossoms in bloom, during dawn at the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC, USA, 19 March 2012. This year marks the Centennial celebration of Japan's gift of 3,000 cherry blossom trees in 1912. The 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival is underway with blossoms expected to reach peak bloom on the 20th and 21st of March. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Yangshuo has become one of the top tourist destinations for Chinese tourists

The silhouette of Chinese actors riding bamboo boats is seen during the dramatic performance of 'Impression Sanjie Liu'

Veterans and advocates for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender civil rights protest for the repeal of the US military's Don't Ask Don't Tell policy

epa02450169 Corporal Evelyn Thomas (C) is forcibly removed and arrested by US Park Police after handcuffing herself to the fence outside the North Lawn of the White House with veterans and advocates for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender civil rights in Washington DC, USA, 15 November 2010. Thirteen members of the civil rights organization GetEQUAL handcuffed themselves to the North Lawn's fence before getting arrested. The protesters urged President Obama and the US Congress to repeal the 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' policy. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

2011 U.S. Open Championship

epa02786384 Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland reacts after just missing his birdie putt on the eighteenth as he walks up to make his final putt to win the 2011 U.S. Open Championship at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland, USA on 19 June 2011. McIlroy finished at 16 under par 8 strokes ahead of Jason Day of Australia. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in South Carolina

epa03071098 A supporter holds a picture of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney while waiting for his scheduled visit to the Romney for President Greenville Headquarters in Greenville, South Carolina, USA, 21 January 2012. The South Carolina Republican presidential primary is 21 January 2012. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney

epa03069383 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) greets the child of a supporter during a rally at Harmon Tree Farm in Gilbert, South Carolina, USA, 20 January 2012. The South Carolina Republican presidential primary is 21 January 2012. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Rupert Murdoch expected in London

epa02815943 (FILES) A file picture dated 30 September 2010 shows the Chairman and CEO of News Corporation Rupert Murdoch appears before the House Judiciary Committee hearing on 'The Role of Immigration in Strengthening America's Economy', on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, USA. Rupert Murdoch is expected to arrive in London on 09 July 2011 to take charge of dealing with the phone-hacking scandal that has engulfed his News International group. In Britain, Murdoch also owns the Sun, the Times and the Sunday Times. His current plan to take over full control of BSkyB, the British satellite broadcaster, has come under intense scrutiny in the light of the scandal. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS *** Local Caption *** 00000402365350

Major League Baseball, Baltimore Orioles versus Minnesota Twins

epa02694229 Baltimore Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis is hit by a wild pitch in the 7th inning of the Major League Baseball (MLB) game against the Minnesota Twins, at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 18 April 2011. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Forbidden City in Beijing, China

epa01543679 YEARENDER 2008 JULY A young woman climbs on the ornamental door of Upright Gate (Duanmen), located between the Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tiananmen) and the Meridian Gate (Wumen) of the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, 02 July 2008. The commencement of the 2008 Olympics is nearly one month away and Beijing is anticipating half-a-million foreign tourists and two million domestic tourists during the Games. The Forbidden City, or 'Palace Museum', was once home to 24 emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties from 1421 to 1911 A.D. and is now a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage site with 800 buildings and nearly 9,000 rooms. The initial structure that became the Forbidden City was begun in 1406 A.D., taking 14 years and about 200,000 workers to complete. Today the museum is still the world's largest collection of preserved wood structures, according to UNESCO, and is currently undergoing the largest renovation in two hundred years. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Earthquake disaster in southwest China

epa01542715 YEARENDER 2008 MAY The picture shows flowers placed on open textbooks amongst the debris of the high school (seen behind) demolished by the earthquake in Hanwang, Sichuan province, China, 21 May 2008. At least three schools were demolished during classroom sessions by the earthquake. The threat of contagious diseases, mudslides and instable dams have heightening fears in the region. Search teams have largely abandoned hope of recovering living people from the earthquake wreckage and many disaster areas have been quarantined. The official death toll from the 12 May 2008 earthquake has already now exceeded 41,000, 21 May 2008, but is expected to finally reach 50,000 with 5 million homeless refugees. The earthquake is the nation's worst in three decades and some towns have been so devastated that authorities plan to raze them entirely and build again elsewhere. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Forbidden City in Beijing, China

epa01473389 The photograph shows the reflection of an ornamental rooftop and white balustrades in water of the Golden Stream, on a clear blue-sky day inside the Forbidden City, in Beijing, China, 01 September 2008. China's capital is experiencing a spell of clear skies which authorities hope will continue as the city gears up to host the Paralympic Games, which commence 06 September 2008. Beijing continues to implement traffic restrictions until after the conclusion of the Paralympic Games, partly in order to reduce air pollution. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Sports Events

epa01465789 A timelapse photograph shows spectators leaving the National Stadium of China, also known as Bird's Nest, after the Closing Ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, 24 August 2008. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Taekwon-do

epa01460890 Su Li-Wen (R) of Taiwan and Martina Zubcic of Croatia in action during their Women's -57kg Taekwon-Do bronze medal contest at the Beijing University of Science and Technology, during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, 21 August 2008. Martina Zubcic won the contest and received the bronze medal. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Gymnastics

epa01456556 Lu Chunlong of China in action during the Men's Trampoline at the National Indoor Stadium, during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, 19 August 2008. Lu Chunlong won the gold. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Snowstorm in Washington DC

epa02024778 Statues at the Korean War Veterans' Memorial are covered in thick snow during a heavy snowstorm in Washington DC, USA, 10 February 2010. Weather forecasts predict the current storm will bring ten to twenty inches in the Washington DC area. Authorities have called a snow emergency and are already struggling to recover from last weekend's blizzard, dubbed 'Snowmageddon', that slammed the nation's capitol with nearly three feet of snow in some areas. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Earthquake disaster in southwest China

epa01352641 An earthquake refugee child rests at a refugee camp holding over 20,000 people in Mianyang, Sichuan province, China, 21 May 2008. The threat of contagious diseases, mudslides and instable dams have heightening fears in the region. Search teams have largely abandoned hope of recovering living people from the earthquake wreckage and many disaster areas have been quarantined. The official death toll from the 12 May 2008 earthquake has already now exceeded 41,000, 21 May 2008, but is expected to finally reach 50,000 with 5 million homeless refugees. The earthquake is the nation's worst in three decades and some towns have been so devastated that authorities plan to raze them entirely and build again elsewhere. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

25 years of HIV

epa01347707 Ma Ru (7), born with AIDS, sleeps at her home in rural Shangcai, central China's Henan province, Friday 24 June 2005. The deceased mother of Ma Ru and her little brother, who was also born with AIDS, became infected selling blood. May 20 marks the 25th anniversary of the publication in the journal Science of a report from Dr. Luc Montagnier and colleagues in Paris that they had isolated what they believed to be the cause of AIDS: the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Today, the search for a vaccine continues. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

The water town of Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, China

epa02380092 The image of the ancient water town of Wuzhen illuminated at night is reflected in the water of a canal, Zhejiang province, China. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

Same-sex couples apply for marriage licenses at the Superior Court in Washington DC

epa02063725 Candy Holmes (R) cries with joy beside her spouse Darlene Garner (L) outside the Superior Court after applying for a marriage license in Washington DC, USA, 03 March 2010. Same-sex couples can apply for marriage licenses for the first time at the DC Superior Court, 03 March 2010, after which it will take three business days to process the applications before the couples may wed. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

AIDS VICTIMS IN CHINA

epa000428840 An Yu Bu Du (R, 10) and her little brother An Yu Bu Xi (4), who both became orphans after heroin addiction drove their father to suicide and their mother fled, are now being looked after by a grandparent in the rural Liangshan area, southwest China's Sichuan province, Thursday 05 May 2005. Heroin smuggled from Burma has cut a swathe of devastation through the region inhabited by China's Yi people, an ethnic minority group disadvantaged by poverty and susceptible to addiction. Liangshan's most affected areas have at least 100 villages overwhelmed by an AIDS epidemic, with 10,000 HIV positive people and several thousand children

Lunar Eclipse in Washington, DC

epaselect epa09591247 A partial lunar eclipse occurring behind 'The Statue of Freedom', the bronze statue atop the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC, USA, 19 November 2021. This was the longest partial lunar eclipse in five hundred and eighty years, giving the moon reddish hues and appearing in North America, parts of South America, Asia and Australia. EPA-EFE/MICHAEL REYNOLDS
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