The current active lava flow (named “61g”) from Hawaii's Kīlauea Volcano began as an eruption in May, and has spent months making its way to the shoreline.
A 160,000-mile quest to visit all 59 of the country's natural treasures
Lenin underwater, a penguin weigh-in, monsoon flooding in India, an earthquake in central Italy, a deep blue lake in El Salvador, and much more.
Four Paws, an international animal welfare group, has just completed the removal of the surviving 15 animals from the Khan Younis Zoo—dubbed the “worst zoo in the world”—in the Gaza Strip
Central Italy was struck by a powerful, shallow, 6.2-magnitude earthquake at 3:36 am local time, devastating several mountain villages, and resulting in at least 73 deaths so far.
Today’s final entry encompasses rhythmic gymnastics, wrestling, triathlon, mountain biking, canoe, modern pentathlon, soccer, the Closing Ceremony, and much more.
An homage to the distinctive and disappearing architecture of a bygone era
A sunset over Egypt, a moonrise over Syria, a nude statue of Donald Trump, floods in Louisiana, fires in California, Olympics in Rio, a new airship makes its maiden flight, and much more.
Over the two weeks of the games, I’ll be featuring some amazing images from recent Olympic events. Today’s entry encompasses gymnastics, BMX racing, water polo, beach volleyball, taekwondo, kayaking, women’s wrestling, and much more.
The Clayton Fire in Lake County and the Bluecut Fire in the San Bernardino National Forest are causing tens of thousands of residents to evacuate.
Over the weekend, a slow-moving storm pulled massive amounts of moisture inland from the Gulf of Mexico, dumping nearly two feet of water on Louisiana.
Over the two weeks of the games, I’ll be featuring some amazing images from recent Olympic events. Today’s entry encompasses marathon swimming, weightlifting, steeple-chase, tennis, synchronized swimming, a marriage proposal, and more.
A collection of some of this year’s Olympic athletes in Rio making their medals appear simply delicious.
Take a step into a visual time capsule, for a brief look at the year 1986.
A Norwegian group of islands located about 650 miles (1,050 kilometers) from the North Pole—the northernmost year-round settlement on Earth, with a population of about 2,200.