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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
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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

Federal air marshal training
U.S. Transportation Security AdministrationU.S.

Exclusive: Air Marshals Fear Shutdown Jeopardizing National Security

Furloughed federal workers hold a silent protest of the government shutdown.
Luke Piotrowski/Newsy staffPolitics

Workers Say They're Going Without Food, Medicine 33 Days Into Shutdown

Game design teacher
Newsy/ Mai Nolasco Carranza/Luke PiotrowskiTech

Dream Jobs: Game Designer

Looking through a sample of a hospital chargemaster
Luke Piotrowski/Newsy staffPolitics

Hospital Prices Are Now Online, But Patients Can't Understand Them

Brexit protesters in front of the U.K. parliament
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No-Deal Brexit Threat Hangs Over EU Citizens In The U.K.


Small Businesses Hit Hard By Partial Government Shutdown

Millennial protesters at March for Life in Washington, DC
Luke Piotrowski/Newsy StaffPolitics

Pro-Life Millennials Are Optimistic About Winning Over Their Peers

Gymnast in the air
Newsy / Mai Nolasco Carranza / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

Dream Jobs: Cirque Du Soleil

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi with House members
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Democrats Take Control Of House Without Committee Assignments

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean President Kim Jong-un
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US Sanctions Could Make Or Break Diplomacy With North Korea In 2019

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un
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North Korea And The US Still Can't Agree On Denuclearization

A roadsign on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland
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The Irish Border Is The UK's Last, Biggest Obstacle To A Smooth Brexit

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Congress Has Legalized Hemp. What Does That Mean For CBD?

U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit.
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Trump Touts Fentanyl Deal With China. Experts Say Hold Your Applause.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi
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Democrats Won The House On Health Care. What Happens Now?

Gerson Quintersos and Christian Aovarezsilva participate in a phone back with United We Dream
Newsy, Luke PiotrowskiPolitics

These Undocumented Immigrants Are Making Sure Their Allies Go Vote

A nurse undergoes physical therapy for an on-the-job injury.

Violence Against Nurses Is Up While OSHA Enforcement Is Down

President Trump
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Why President Trump Can't End Birthright, But Some Think He Can

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Saudi Arabia
U.S. Department of StateWorld

Khashoggi Case Forces US To Choose Between Interests And Values

Charlotte Pence sits for an interview with Newsy.
Newsy Staff/Luke PiotrowskiPolitics

Charlotte Pence On Broken Friendships, Lessons Learned Post-2016

Architect sketches building
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

Dream Jobs: Architect

Former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan participates in an interview with Newsy.

Former Ed. Secy. Arne Duncan Talks Teachers Running In Midterms

Hands working clay
Luke Piotrowski / NewsyU.S.

Dream Jobs: Potter

Marcus and Marissa Martin at their wedding
M Harris Studios, Courtesy of Marissa MartinU.S.

Charlottesville Survivors Reflect On The Wedding Of A Lifetime

Newsy's Jamal Andress and a Charlottesville resident look at a Confederate monument
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

Charlottesville Remains Ground Zero For The Confederate Statues Debate

Susan Bro with a picture of her daughter Heather Heyer
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

A Year Later, Susan Bro Is Making Her Daughter's Death Count

Mary Kong-Devito
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

Dream Jobs: Restaurant E-Impresario

A family crosses into Canada at an irregular border crossing.
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiWorld

Crossing North: Asylum Seekers Use The US As A Route Into Canada