It's an F/A-18 Super Hornet.
- Slightly angled twin vertical tail
- Twin engine with little space between them (eliminating the F-14 and similar)
- Almost straight trailing edge of the wings
- Horizontal tail with significant sweep angle that also protrudes behind the engine exhaust
- Massive wing strakes (thanks Dan Pichelman!) along the fuselage under the cockpit
- The wing "notch", as noted by Ron Beyer in the comments
Also the shape of the horizontal tail excludes the YF-17:
As mentioned by Penguin, the wing notch, together with the single curve leading edge extensions are the indicators that mark this aircraft as a "Super" variant (E-F, single seat and two-seat, respectively) rather than an earlier vanilla "Hornet" variant (A-C), as seen in this figure:
Note also the less round profile of the horizontal tail, like the one seen in OP's photo.