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Linda Davidson joined the staff of The Washington Post in March 2000 after working as a photographer and then director of photography at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. She left The Post in July 2017.
Dirty bathrooms, crude comments: Women share the challenges, and victories, they experienced when they returned to work.
Disabled and disdained: In rural America, some towns are divided between those who work and those who don’t.
Radioactive waste was dumped at the West Lake Landfill outside of St. Louis in the 1970s, and the EPA’s project to protect the area from contaminants has not been completed.
It’s a day of celebration at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., for the birthday of giant-panda cub Bei Bei.
Once known for geishas and teahouses, this town has one of the most beautiful gardens in the country.
Washington Post photographer Linda Davidson asked people on the street, “How have the attacks changed your life?”
People gathered to remember the victims of the church attack in Charleston.
A Georgetown church practices spiritualism. A reporter wanted to know more.
Post photographer Linda Davidson will chat about the royal wedding through the eyes of a photographer.