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Reena Flores is a video producer at National Journal, working with the digital team and concentrating on original video production. Prior to joining National Journal, she interned at various local and national broadcast news outlets, including CNN, NPR's San Francisco affiliate KQED Radio News, and MSNBC.com. Reena hails from California and is a proud graduate of the University of California, Berkeley.

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St. Louis Is Growing More Diverse–Just Not in the Black Half of Town

Rust Belt cities like St. Louis want to attract more immigrants, but few are integrating into African-American neighborhoods. 

These Are the Stories James Foley Risked His Life to Tell

James Foley, a journalist who disappeared in Syria nearly two years ago, has reportedly been murdered by members of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

What a Getty Photographer Captured Before He Was Arrested in Ferguson

Scott Olson, who was arrested Monday, has taken some of the most iconic pictures from the protests in Missouri.

Missouri Governor on Ferguson: Our Goal Is to Make Sure Justice Is Served

Gov. Jay Nixon and Police Capt. Ron Johnson held a press conference Friday afternoon.

After a Switch in Police Force, Is the Mood in Ferguson Changing?

A community can finally come together as police presence weakens in the St. Louis suburb.

How Police Are Keeping Journalists From Doing Their Jobs in Ferguson

Two National Journal reporters were threatened with arrest and repeatedly blocked from witnessing demonstrations in Ferguson late Wednesday night.

Photos: What a Militarized Police Force Does to a City

Melted flash bang canisters, trash cans that emit tear gas into the air, and a town scared for its population.

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St. Louis Is Growing More Diverse–Just Not in the Black Half of Town

Rust Belt cities like St. Louis want to attract more immigrants, but few are integrating into African-American neighborhoods. 

These Are the Stories James Foley Risked His Life to Tell

James Foley, a journalist who disappeared in Syria nearly two years ago, has reportedly been murdered by members of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

What a Getty Photographer Captured Before He Was Arrested in Ferguson

Scott Olson, who was arrested Monday, has taken some of the most iconic pictures from the protests in Missouri.

Missouri Governor on Ferguson: Our Goal Is to Make Sure Justice Is Served

Gov. Jay Nixon and Police Capt. Ron Johnson held a press conference Friday afternoon.

After a Switch in Police Force, Is the Mood in Ferguson Changing?

A community can finally come together as police presence weakens in the St. Louis suburb.

How Police Are Keeping Journalists From Doing Their Jobs in Ferguson

Two National Journal reporters were threatened with arrest and repeatedly blocked from witnessing demonstrations in Ferguson late Wednesday night.

Photos: What a Militarized Police Force Does to a City

Melted flash bang canisters, trash cans that emit tear gas into the air, and a town scared for its population.

Show More from Reena Flores