Inside a port of entry facility in Tornillo, Texas, temporary housing has been built for the newly overflowing population of unaccompanied minors and the children of detained migrant parents, under the new “zero-tolerance” policy.
A wee Welsh bunny, Eid al-Fitr celebrations in Indonesia, a skyscraper-scaling raccoon in Minnesota, a meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un in Singapore, and much more.
A look at the beautiful game in action in some small and unusual venues around the world.
A look around the world at the traditions, ceremonies, food, and community of Ramadan 2018.
Once a thriving community, the now-empty brick houses of Houtouwan stand completely covered by blankets of vegetation.
The Corpus Christi festival in Spain, search and rescue operations in Guatemala, ocular exercises in China, “The Empire Strips Back” in Los Angeles, a dino-riding traffic cop in Thailand, and much more.
On June 8, 1968, the body of Robert F. Kennedy was transported by a funeral train from New York to Washington, D.C., and thousands came out to pay their respects as it went by.
Over the past week, the lava erupting from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano fissures advanced through two residential subdivisions, wiping out nearly 100 homes.
June 5 is marked by the United Nations as World Environment Day, a day set aside since 1974 to promote “worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment.”
On June 3, Fuego volcano erupted in Guatemala, sending hot pyroclastic flows and heavy ash down its slopes onto nearby villages, killing at least 33 residents.
A father-child reunion in Romania, kittens in Shanghai, Dota 2 cosplay in Birmingham, the last school bell in Minsk, anti-tobacco skeletons in Kolkata, and much more.
Widespread protests against Nicaragua President Daniel Ortega's government, which began on April 18, have devolved into deadly violence several times.
The National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest is underway, with entries being accepted for just one more day—the competition closes at noon, EDT, on May 31.
Apropos of nothing in particular, today we have a collection of images of hoofed mammals swimming and splashing about.
This year will mark the passing of a full century since the end of World War I. Much of the battle-ravaged landscape along the Western Front has been reclaimed by nature, erasing the scars of the war.
A giant glowing puppet in Australia, a cat rescued in Colombia, lava flows in Hawaii, devastation in Damascus, a balanced taxi in New York City, biking into the river in Germany, and much more.
Since Kilauea volcano began its most recent eruptive activity on Hawaii's Big Island three weeks ago, the situation has evolved and worsened.
In north central Mongolia, the Dukha people have lived a nomadic life with their reindeer herds for generations—today, that way of life is under pressure.
Recent images from across southeast Alaska, a narrow strip of coastal islands and mountains that stretches more than 500 miles along the Pacific Ocean.
Participants at the Wave and Goth festival in Germany, attendees at a “Kiss-a-thon” in Mexico City, observations of Ramadan in Indonesia, and so much more.