photos of the week

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

Umbrellas shade the TV news crews waiting for the Supreme Court to hand down decisions on the census and gerrymandering cases Monday, as the court wraps up its term this week. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

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. 

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Photos of the Week: May 12-16

U.S. Capitol police chief Kim Dine participates in the Inaugural U.S. Capitol Police Memorial Service on Monday, May 12, 2014. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

   

This week was all about Police Week, the reopening of the Washington Monument and the Senate. It seems our friends on the south side of the Capitol needed a week away from Washington. Didn't they just have a two-week recess a few weeks ago? Regardless, CQ Roll Call photographers were here to bring you the news from around the Capitol.  

Photos of the Week: May 5

Senate chaplain Barry Black considers his next move during the Chess Challenge on the Hill. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

   

Each week our award winning photojournalists Tom Williams and Bill Clark take hundreds of shots around the Capitol. A select group of those are filed into our archive. Few from that group make it into our paper and on to the website. Each week, we choose photos that may not have made it through the process and present them as our photos of the week. You may find some news you missed from around the Hill. Luckily, Roll Call was there to capture the moments for you.