Latest from Carolyn Van Houten

  • Oct 10, 2018

From a helicopter, staff photographer Carolyn Van Houten documented the devastation.

  • Sep 18, 2018

A lack of regulation has created enormous genetic families. Now they are searching for one another.

  • Sep 12, 2018

Some live in moldy, water-ravaged homes, while others are in hotels or with relatives, because few had flood insurance and many can’t afford repairs.

  • Aug 22, 2018

Animal rights lawyers contend that the neglected animal should be allowed to sue

  • Aug 13, 2018

Once the symbol of America’s broken border, San Diego today is the place Trump and his top Homeland Security officials point to as proof that “walls work.” Yet the latest Homeland Security data show that border walls do not necessarily work in the way the president says.

  • Jun 4, 2018

After traveling for about a month, hundreds of migrants and families have reached the city and planned to go to a border crossing near San Diego, where many aimed to seek asylum.

This rural, North Carolina community has strong ties to Christianity — and a factory owned by LGBT advocate Mitchell Gold.

  • Apr 2, 2018

Photographer Carolyn Van Houten captured the Washington, D.C. visit of two Boko Haram child bride survivors. They shared their horrific stories with U.S. lawmakers in the hopes of helping others still enslaved.

  • Mar 23, 2018

The ceremony drew hundreds to City Hall in Washington to honor the four-term mayor, whose controversial leadership was viewed by many as a blessing and by others as a curse.

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