Members of the White House News Photographers Association cover major news events involving the President and Congress in Washington and around the world.
The Georgetown Hoyas (3-2) and third-string quarterback Stephen Skon could not keep up with the Brown Bears before a sellout homecoming crowd of more than 3,000 at Multi-Sport Field.
Partnered with the Library of Congress, the National Book Festival opened up at the National Mall as authors and readers met for discussion, book signings and other programs.
Years after it was awarded, Aung San Suu Kyi received the Congressional Gold Medal last week at the U.S. Capitol.
Major conservative, political players spoke at the Values Voter Summit last weekend.
"Hamlet" at the Folger shows off the acting chops of Michael Benz, a Georgetown alumnus.
The Hoyas came away with a close victory at home to begin the football season at the Hilltop.
Bessie Phillips receives the Marion Bryce Award for Volunteer Service from Michael Kahn, the Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre ...
The U.S. Navy awarded actor Gary Sinise the rank of Chief Petty Officer for his work on behalf of the military and its families.
At the Verizon Center, the Washington Mystics celebrate 15 years in the WNBA.
Mitt Romney's Saturday announcement of Rep. Paul Ryan as his vice-presidential running mate began in Norfolk, Va., in the morning and ended at a late afternoon rally in Manassas, Va., about 30 miles from the White House.
A look at the Citi Open tennis tournament through Jeff Malet's lenses.
We were on hand for the first-ever match to feature women's tennis at the Rock Creek Park event on July 28, a qualifying match featuring Jana Cepelova (Slovakia) and Alison Riske (USA).
Kaypi Peru was the name of the National Museum of the American Indian's week-long celebration of Peru's native people and culture held July 25 through July 30.
As the 2012 Olympics begin in London, the National Museum of the American Indian has opened a special exhibit, "Best in the World: Native Athletes in the Olympics."