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Mai Nolasco-Carranza


Mai Nolasco-Carranza is a videographer from Queens, New York. Prior to her role at Newsy, she was a freelance videographer and associate producer at the CUNY J-school's "dotNYC." She received her her Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from Hunter College and her Master of Arts in documentary and media studies from The New School.

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Two Confederate statues on display in the U.S. Capitol
Mai Nolasco-Carranza / NewsyPolitics

Confederate Statues Still Standing in U.S. Capitol

Ahmad Seir Nassiri / APU.S.

President Trump Orders A Drawdown Of 3K Troops From Afghanistan & Iraq

Laborers board up windows in Los Angeles, California.
Chris Pizzello / APPolitics

Cities, Businesses Prepare For Possible Election Day Unrest, Violence

Evan Vucci/APPolitics

President Trump Looks To Win Over More Senior Voters

Soldier does leg tuck
Cpl. Shaylin Quaid / DVIDSU.S.

Will The Army's New Physical Fitness Test Negatively Impact Women?

Courtesy of WolfPolitics

As Refugee Admissions Hit Record Low, Iraqi Interpreters Keep Waiting

Supreme Court of the United States
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

Senate GOP Plan Fastest Supreme Court Confirmation In 30 Years

President Trump speaks at a campaign rally Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, in North Carolina.

President Trump Pitches Suburbia. Is it working?

Barani Raman- Biomedical Engineering at Washington University ProfessorU.S.

When Will Bomb-Sniffing Locusts See Action On The Battlefield?

Woman receives a COVID-19 vaccination as part of a clinical trial
Hans Pennink // ASSOCIATED PRESSSci/Health

Newsy Poll: Most Americans Interested In Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden
AP/ Matt SlocumPolitics

Biden Campaign Outraises, Outpolls President Trump

Statue of Alexander Hamilton Stephens in the U.S. Capitol Stephens was vice president of the Confederacy.
Patrick Terpstra / NewsyPolitics

8 States Keep Confederate Statues On Display In U.S. Capitol

Evan Vucci // ASSOCIATED PRESSPolitics

Trump Signs Executive Order Encouraging Police Reform

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress, kneel and observe a moment of silence at the Capitol.
AP Photo/Manuel Balce CenetaU.S.

Democrats Unveil Legislation to Make Systemic Changes to Policing

Dave Glanz / NewsySci/Health

A Deadly Mixture: COVID-19, Inequality And Pollution

Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

SBA Head Expects To Run Out Of Small Business Loan Money

A nurse in protective gear
Elaine Thompson / APSci/Health

Export Curbs Could Worsen U.S. Medical Supply Shortages

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro
Patrick Semansky / APSci/Health

White House Under Pressure To Invoke Defense Production Act

Medical training

Medics Answer Call For Volunteers During Coronavirus Pandemic

Ken Cuccinelli
Jeff Wick/NewsyPolitics

DHS Official On Coronavirus Border Closure, Coordination With States

Seema Verma

HHS To Offer Telehealth Options For Medicare Recipients Amid Pandemic

President Donald Trump
Evan Vucci / APSci/Health

Trump, White House Roll Out Plan To Slow The Coronavirus Spread


From Vendors To Parts, U.S. Election Infrastructure Widely Unregulated

The Rio Grande River

El Paso's Water Supply Is Moving Out — But Not If These Ideas Work

Newsy's Amber Strong with Surgeon General Jerome Adams

Surgeon General Tells Newsy 'Fear Over Facts' Keeps Him Up At Night

Migrants Walk Along The Border In El Paso
AP ImagesPolitics

'Maybe This Border Is The New Ellis Island'— How El Paso Sees The Wall

Sign directing people to an early voting location

As Candidates Blitz S.C., Early Votes Add Up In Delegate-Heavy Texas

Michael Bloomberg
AP / Patrick SemanskyPolitics

Billionaires Top Ad Spending in California Presidential Primary

Getty ImagesPolitics

Bernie Sanders Wants To Legalize Pot On Day One. Can He?

The Facebook app logo.
Getty Images / Carl CourtPolitics

Facebook Removes Video Revealing Virginia Lawmaker's Home Address