Caroline Brehman

Photos of the Week: Town halls and closed doors as impeachment ramps up
The week of Oct. 4 as captured by Roll Call's photographers

It may be recess, but the Hill was full of reporters and members of the House committees that began an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. 

Roll Call hit the road to visit Democratic town halls in Pennsylvania and Virginia. In Allentown, Pa., Rep. Susan Wild got questions about whether she’d be working on anything other than impeachment. While Rep. Elaine, Luria of Virginia’s 2nd District — which Trump won in 2016 — faced little opposition over her support of the impeachment probe. 

Photos: Climate change protesters #ShutDownDC intersections
Photos of the day as captured by Roll Call's photographers

A coalition of activists under the umbrella Shut Down DC blocked intersections throughout Washington on Monday morning, saying their aim is to draw attention to climate change.

Traffic was rerouted at intersections, including Massachusetts Avenue and North Capitol Street near Capitol Hill.

Photos of the Week: Stewart smirks, Stevens at rest and Mueller milieu
The week of July 26 as captured by Roll Call’s photojournalists

It was a week for the history books on Capitol Hill. 

Washingtonians said goodbye to former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who died July 16 at age 99. Many on the Hill smirked at Jon Stewart’s now-famous smirk and, of course, the nation mulled over the Robert S. Mueller III hearings in the House.

Photos of the day: Mueller testifies, and a circus ensues around him in Washington
July 24 in photos as captured by Roll Call's photojournalists

Former special counsel Robert S. Mueller III is spending the day on the Hill, testifying at two House committees on his report and investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Images of the hearing splashed across phones and TV from Hill office buildings to local D.C. bars as the world watches.

Here’s the day in photos:

Photos of the day: July Fourth in Washington
The holiday as captured by Roll Call's photojournalist Caroline Brehman

Crowds gathered Thursday on the National Mall in Washington for President Donald Trump’s “A Salute to America” celebration.

Photos of the Week: SCOTUS finale, congressional baseball and recess
The week of June 28 as captured by Roll Call’s photojournalists

This week saw the Supreme Court wrap up its term, aide and daughter to the president Ivanka Trump visiting Capitol Hill, lunching with GOP senators, a head over heels baseball game and another an empty chair.

After all that action, it’s time for recess. 

Our 10 best photos from the 58th annual Congressional Baseball Game
Roll Call photographer Caroline Brehman covered it from start to finish

The Democrats’ 14-7 win at the Congressional Baseball Game on Wednesday night was the their eighth in nine years, behind another complete game effort from MVP pitcher Rep. Cedric L. Richmond of Louisiana — and solid hitting from the lineup.

Here are the photos that defined the evening at Nationals Park:

Photos of the Week: Biden in DC, Trudeau at the Capitol and victory for the Bad News Babes
The week of June 17 as captured by Roll Call’s photojournalists

This week, Hope Hicks testified behind closed doors, the Canadian prime minister visited the Capitol Building to collect on his bet with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Bad News Babes won the annual Congressional Softball Game.

All that and more below. Here’s the entire week in photos:

Rolling through one last time: Views of the final Rolling Thunder rally

Every Memorial Day weekend Sunday since 1988 has witnessed cruisers roaring through the streets of D.C. One of the world's largest motorcycle rallies took over the district every year in support of prisoners of war, veterans, and service members missing in action.

Photos of the Week: Pre-Memorial Day weekend edition
The week of May 20 as captured by Roll Call’s photojournalists

We started off the week with politicians throwing articles of clothing from the stage, and wrapped it up with a tornado warning in Washington.