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Daniel Trotta

Backstory - From a dusty town to a flowing river: how Reuters photographers won a Pulitzer

Apr 16 2019

NEW YORK From the dusty town in Honduras where thousands are fleeing violence to the currents of the Rio Grande, Reuters photographers walked, waded and flew to capture images of thousands of Central American migrants seeking asylum in the United States.

Jailed Reuters reporters, U.S. border photographers win Pulitzer Prizes

Apr 16 2019

NEW YORK Reuters won two Pulitzer Prizes on Monday, one for revealing the massacre of 10 Muslim Rohingya men by Buddhist villagers and Myanmar security forces, and another for photographs of Central American migrants seeking refuge in the United States. | Video

U.S. college bribery scandal grates on those who missed the cut

Mar 13 2019

The U.S. college bribery scandal has unleashed angst and fury among parents, students and admissions experts, as an unprecedented criminal investigation draws attention to the privileges afforded to wealthy Americans.

U.S. college bribery scandal grates on those who missed the cut

Mar 13 2019

The U.S. college bribery scandal has unleashed angst and fury among parents, students and admissions experts, as an unprecedented criminal investigation draws attention to the privileges afforded to wealthy Americans.

Wall Street critic Warren vows to break up Amazon, Facebook, Google

Mar 09 2019

NEW YORK Senator Elizabeth Warren vowed on Friday to break up Amazon, Google and Facebook if elected U.S. president to promote competition in the technology sector. | Video

Some 4.5 percent of U.S. adults identify as LGBT: study

Mar 05 2019

An estimated 4.5 percent of U.S. adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, and they tend to be younger and poorer than the population at large, according to an analysis of polling data released on Tuesday.

Defiant U.S. sheriffs push gun sanctuaries, imitating liberals on immigration

Mar 04 2019

A rapidly growing number of counties in at least four states are declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries, refusing to enforce gun-control laws that they consider to be infringements on the U.S. constitutional right to keep and bear arms. | Video

Illinois mass shooting reveals gaps in gun laws; state seeks to close them

Feb 20 2019

The governor of Illinois vowed on Tuesday to seek tighter gun control measures after learning the man who shot five co-workers dead last week was wrongly granted a firearms permit but never forced to surrender his weapon. | Video

Florida's gun debate persists a year after Parkland mass shooting

Feb 14 2019

A year after Florida lawmakers rushed through far-reaching legislation on school safety and gun control in response to the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history, the state is on the verge of reopening the heart-wrenching debate. | Video

Cities shunned by Amazon revive hopes for HQ given New York opposition

Feb 13 2019

NEW YORK Cities that were shunned in Amazon.com Inc's search for a secondary corporate headquarters are revisiting their bids in case one of the actual winners, New York City, rejects the corporate giant due to opposition from local politicians. | Video

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