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Luke Piotrowski


Luke is a staff videographer for Newsy’s DC bureau, working on short-form stories covering politics, culture, and breaking news. He hails from northern Michigan, and received his bachelor of arts in international relations.

  Recent Work
Syrian refugee holds an American flag
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A Fraction Of Global Refugees Resettle In The US. Who Are They?

Luke PiotrowskiPolitics

LGBTQ Advocates Push To Make Transgender Rights Top 2020 Issue

Protests in Khartoum, Sudan
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Sudan Military Officers Arrested In Connection With Protester Deaths

General Motors building
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GM Invests In Flint But Stays Quiet On Youngstown

Gig worker Ryan Ha makes a delivery for DoorDash.
Newsy / Matt AnzurPolitics

The Gig Worker Dilemma: Flexibility, But Few Protections

Newsy's Chance Seales with journalist Anna Fifield
Eric Lochstamfor/ Luke Piotrowski/ NewsyWorld

Inside North Korea: From Meth To Elite Millennials And Kim Jong-Un

Iowa Pride Fest

Democrats Pitch LGBTQ Policies In Iowa During Pride Weekend

NYPD car and officers
Newsy/ Zach CussonU.S.

Newsy Finds NYPD Undercounting Rape By 38% Compared To FBI Statistics

Rep. Jerry Nadler speaks with Rep. Doug Collins

Political Theater Escalates As McGahn Skips House Judiciary Hearing

An Iranian missile
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Democrats And Republicans Split On How To Respond To Iran Intel

Donna Johnson says her son was brokered to several treatment centers for kickbacks
Mai Nolasco-Carranza/Newsy StaffPolitics

Body Brokers Are Undermining Efforts To End The U.S. Addiction Crisis

President Donald Trump gives Tiger Woods the Medal of Freedom at an event at the White House.
Luke Piotrowski/NewsyPolitics

Presidents Have Wide Discretion When It Comes To Medals Of Freedom

An instructor and students at Excel Automotive Institute
Mai Nolasco-Carranza/Newsy StaffBusiness

Amid Soaring Costs And Debt, Can Trade Schools Make A Comeback?

Attorney General William Barr looks over his papers while testifying before the Senate Appropriations Committee.
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AG Barr's Pushing Back On A Pretty Common Congressional Procedure

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States Move To Require Presidential Candidate Tax Returns

Journalist Laura Parker holds up an issue of National Geographic
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiSci/Health

National Geographic Wants You To Cut Back On Single-Use Plastics

Journalist Laura Parker looks at an image of a sea horse holding a q-tip.
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiSci/Health

The World's Plastic Addiction Is Killing Animals

Chief of the Cherokee Nation
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

This Treaty Sparked The Trail Of Tears And Divided The Cherokee People

Young voters at an Andrew Yang rally in D.C.
Luke Piotrowski/Newsy StaffPolitics

Andrew Yang Draws Young Voters To DC Rally

Three students sit and talk on the campus of George Mason University in Virginia.
Willie James InmanPolitics

Here’s Why Young Voter Participation Is On The Rise

Graphic from BBC's investigation of a killing in Cameroon

Open-Source Techniques Have Created A Whole New Kind Of Reporter

A video that went viral on Twitter showed the murder of women and children in northern Cameroon.

How Journalists Solved Murders From Thousands Of Miles Away

Vase in the interior decorator's show house
Newsy/Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

Dream Jobs: Interior Decorator

Homeless line up outside the Northern Kentucky Emergency Shelter in Covington, KY.
Luke Piotrowski/NewsyU.S.

GOP Tax Reform Poses New Threat For Nonprofits

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Democrats Suffer Liberal Growing Pains in New Congress

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US Auto Industry Still Struggling To Adapt To Changing Demands

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Party Leaders Urge Social Media Ceasefire for 2020 Dems

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What's Next For US-North Korea Relations After Failed Summit?

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Chris Christie: 'Toxic Forces' Surround Trump Presidency

newsy reporter alex miller in atlanta airport

Despite Shutdown Compromise, Concerns Linger For Air Travel