From Florida to Arizona, Massachusetts to Georgia, California to Texas, here are the best photos from the midterms shot by Washington Post photographers.
We wanted to hear directly from people whether they are voting in midterms and why. So we went to nine states and asked.
Democrat Jessie Danielson, currently a member of the state House, faces off with Republican Christine Jensen, who is seeking office for the first time.
Carol Gantt, 42, is disillusioned, more because of Trump supporters than because of Trump. She sees Trump’s presidency as a reaction against the first black president, “an undoing of everything Obama did.”
Blacks saw it one way, whites another. A viral video of a community pool altercation divides residents by race, one of the side effects of norm-scrambling President Trump.
A Washington Post photojournalist captures the retiring speaker in moments both public and private
President Trump attempted to unify a fractured country during his first State of the Union address. Here are the best photos from the night.
A team of scientists traveled to a remote part of the Congo Republic to trace the deadly monkeypox virus.
Fired FBI director James B. Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on President Trump and the FBI’s Russia probe.
Washington Post staff photojournalist, Melina Mara documented Hillary Clinton’s run for president. Here are some of her photos from the trail.