The Travel Photographer of the Year Contest is now underway at National Geographic, and entries will be accepted until the end of the month, May 27, 2016.
For the past five years, Russia has been building a new spaceport in its Far East, about 3,500 miles (5,500 kilometers) away from Moscow, called the Vostochny Cosmodrome.
A shepherd pulls a lamb into the sea in Gaza City, President Obama meets Prince George in London, the aftermath of Ecuador’s earthquake, and much more.
Spectacular wildlife photography: the winners and runners-up from the 2016 Audubon Photography Awards competition.
While researching World War II images at the U.S. National Archives, I came across several photos I had not seen before, of Japanese dummy aircrafts made of bamboo and wood planking.
The Reuters photographer Bruno Kelly recently traveled deep into the Amazon rainforest, accompanying agents of Brazil’s environmental agency into the Yanomami territory to combat rampant illegal gold mining.
On April 25, 2015, a violent set of earthquakes struck Nepal, killing almost 9,000 people, and damaging or destroying nearly 800,000 homes. A year later, some of the debris has been cleared away, but very little reconstruction has taken place.
South Korean bodybuilders, British princes visit the set of Star Wars, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the boxing ring, wrestling for peace in South Sudan, and much more.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her 90th birthday—here is a collection of images of Elizabeth’s remarkable life, from age 5 to 90.
Government officials in Ecuador are now reporting 525 deaths were caused by Saturday’s earthquake—but they fear the tally could climb much higher.
Take a step into a visual time capsule, for a brief look at the year 1986.
Late last week, a series of powerful earthquakes struck southern Japan over several days, the most powerful—Magnitude 7.3—occurring early on April 16.
Massive Buddhist sculptures in China, an enormous stone ball in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the leader of the Loch Ness Project in Scotland, a small figure of a Mayan death god, and much more.
Every year from April 13 to 15, the Songkran festival, marking the traditional Thai New Year, takes place across Thailand.
The Borrando la Frontera, or Erasing the Border, project took place on April 9, “removing” parts of the U.S.-Mexico border fence by painting large sections sky blue, allowing the fence to visually blend into the background.
On April 18, 1906, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake centered near the city of San Francisco struck, toppling hundreds of buildings and starting city-wide fires that burned for days.
International Pillow Fight Day, Panamanian reflections, the self-defense army of Nagorno-Karabakh, a hedgehog cafe in Tokyo, calf-swimming in Lebanon, and much more.
Japanese women’s professional wrestling can be intense and brutal in the ring, while promoting fantasy elements to its mostly-male fan base.
Following President Barack Obama’s historic trip to Cuba in March, Reuters photographer Ueslei Marcelino set up his camera on the streets of Havana and asked passing residents what they thought of Obama’s visit.
We wear masks for many reasons: for fun, for protection, or to make a statement.