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Katie Falkenberg

Katie Falkenberg is a photo and video journalist for the Los Angeles Times. Raised in Ohio, she began her career in Washington, D.C., covering the White House and Capitol Hill. Falkenberg has been named Multimedia Photographer of the Year by Pictures of the Year International, as well as the National Press Photographers Assn. In 2017, she was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for Feature Photography for her photo essay, “Motherhood in the Time of Zika.” She has been the recipient of the Robert F. Kennedy award, and two of her short films have been named Official Honorees in the Webby Awards. When not working, she can be found surfing, fly-fishing or watercoloring.
Marching to the match: Fans show support for U.S. women’s soccer team, female athletes

Fans of the U.S. women's national soccer team and supporters of women's athletics took part in the Nike March to the Match in Los Angeles on Sunday prior to the USWNT's game against Belgium at Banc of California Stadium.

Times photographer named Pulitzer finalist for Motherhood in the Time of Zika

In early 2016, northeast Brazil became the epicenter of the Zika epidemic, bringing enormous change to thousands of people’s lives.

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