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Jonathan Newton is a staff photojournalist at The Washington Post.
Maybe it’s just an anomaly – or maybe it’s something worse
NASA lost its ability to launch humans from U.S. soil when the space shuttle retired. Now, companies and billionaire entrepreneurs are defining a new space age.
McCain, who died last week at age 81, became the 31st person to lie in state at the grand rotunda in the U.S. Capitol.
Chris Ferguson, the citizen test pilot for the first flight of Boeing’s commercial craft, hopes to make history — and make space more accessible.
Best photos from the Washington Capitals’ run to their first appearance in the Stanley Cup finals in 20 years.
This might be the most scrutinized season of Harper’s career, of the life he believes he was born to lead, the one that affords him far fewer choices than it might seem.
President Trump attempted to unify a fractured country during his first State of the Union address. Here are the best photos from the night.
The 17-year-old from Reston, Va., is the first African-American woman to qualify for the Olympics in speedskating. And she promises to be one of the most improbable and unforgettable members of Team USA.
A veteran of covering the annual Army-Navy football game, Washington Post staff photographer Jonathan Newton shares his special view of the 2017 contest on a snowy day in Philadelphia.