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Tracey Nolen was looking forward to retirement. Opioids changed that following her daughter's overdose.
Smooth launch to marijuana business, but owners find the financial system a major hurdle.
Heritage as viewed through a shot glass. Originally produced for Military Times.
Army Platoon leader discusses why the air assault mission is effective in Afghanistan in 2008.
M. Scott Mahaskey is a photographer and editor employed at POLITICO based in Arlington, Virginia. Mahaskey’s career highlights include more than twelve months work as an embedded journalist covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Beginning his career in Southern Iowa, Mahaskey has now covered everything from county fairs to national political conventions, small town football to professional baseball along with numerous international assignments to India, UAE, Japan, throughout Europe and elsewhere across the globe. National publication credits include People Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Sports Illustrated, and scores of daily newspapers worldwide.
Broadcast credits for still images include CNN, Fox News, NBC Nightly News, ABC’s Nightline and a recent PBS Frontline piece that documented President Trump’s rise to power. Mahaskey’s video work has been used by CBS Evening News, 60 Minutes, Discovery Channel and others.
Mahaskey has received numerous national and international awards for his photojournalism work including Pictures of the Year International, White House News Photographers Association, American Photography, Photo District News Photo Annual, multiple National Headliner Awards and named 2017 Photographer of the Year at NPPA’s Northern Short Course.
Mahaskey is a graduate of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he holds a Master of Fine Arts in Studio.