Veterans Parade. West Palm Beach, Florida.
Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Bangor, Maine. Trump campaigned hard in the second district of the state and went on the win it in the election, splitting Maine's electoral votes for the first time in state history.
Lawrence Alston, 17, broke down at the wake of his best friend Johnny Taylor Davis Jr., 19, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in West Palm Beach. The neighborhood, just a few miles away from President Donald Trump's Palm Beach estate, was ravaged by gun violence over the Summer of 2015. Overall, ten people were killed and 28 people wounded.
Women's March on Washington. Washington DC.
A father kisses his child on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota.
A group of Pahokee middle school students wait for the homecoming parade to begin.
Smoke break at Giordano's North End Bar in Liberty, New York.
Corey Jones' casket is carried into Payne AME Chapel at his funeral in West Palm Beach on Oct. 31, 2015. Jones was shot and killed by former Officer Nouman Raja while he was waiting for a tow truck on the side on the interstate on Oct. 18, 2015.
Blanca Castillo with her children at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront on the Fourth of July.
Bernard "B-man" Young, center, lines up outside of the locker room at halftime with his fellow Pahokee football players during the 2015 Muck Bowl against rival town Belle Glade on Nov. 6, 2015. Pahokee was down at the half and lost to Belle Glade 35-14. Football is life in Belle Glade and Pahokee. The two towns, with a combined population of fewer than 25,000, have sent over three dozen players to the NFL.
Women prepare for their turn on stage at the Florida NPC Gold Cup Bikini Open in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Busy summer day in Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
Doug Pretlow drags in a blue crab trap as the sun rises over the Elizabeth River in Cheaspeake, Virginia.
From left, Cadets Cameron Bruce and Jauan Ferebee do a set of push-ups after acting out during line up at the Commonwealth Challenge Youth Academy at Camp Pendleton in Virginia Beach.
Nicolas Alexis, center, a survivor of an accident that killed 8 members of the Independent Haitian Assembly of God church, is surrounded by congregation members after returning home from the hospital hours after the accident on March 30, 2015 in Fort Pierce, Florida. Congregation members and families grieved together all day at the church, along with the 8 members dead, 10 others were seriously injured.