1 year of E&P's "Photo of the Month"

"VCU forward Brandon Johns Jr." E&P Photo of the Month, March 2023

Virginia Commonwealth University forward Brandon Johns Jr. dunks during an NCAA basketball game against George Mason University on Jan. 25 at the Stuart C. Siegel Center in Richmond, Virginia.

"Watsonville, CA." E&P Photo of the Month, February 2023

Flooding from huge amounts of rain can be seen in a neighborhood off of Holohan Road near Watsonville, Calif. on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023.
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"Rocky and Magic." E&P Photo of the Month, January 2023 Edition

Two horses, Rocky and Magic, left and right, belonging to Linda Hurth, braced against the howling winds during a strong winter storm as they ate hay from their trough as the snow continued to fall on March 13, 2019, in Nederland, Colorado.
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Newsroom Holiday Party - December 2022 Edition

For several years, Thomas Geyer, a journalist at the Quad-City Times in Davenport, Iowa, played the part of Santa for his newsroom’s festivities. In this photo, taken in December 2011, Geyer’s visitor was less than excited about the experience.
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IAN - November 2022 Edition

This photo was taken after Hurricane Ian ravaged parts of Florida’s coast, including vulnerable barrier islands. Andrew West, visual journalist, The News-Press, Fort Myers, FL
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A Reporters' Lab review of local fact-checking finds only a small percentage of politicians and other public officials are held accountable for the accuracy of the claims they make.
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