Photos of protesters struggling with police capture the tense atmosphere outside the New York Stock Exchange
As riot police dismantled a tent city this morning, some protesters prayed, argued, or handed out donuts. But most just packed up and left.
A photojournalist's lens captures Saturday's "Occupy Wall Street" march on the Brooklyn Bridge and the hundreds of arrests that followed
Thousands descend on New York to protest everything from corporate greed to the death penalty
At a makeshift memorial near the crash site, Americans have paid tribute with a unique collection of religious and patriotic memorabilia
Six years after Katrina, parts of the devastated city remain largely untouched. Our photographer follows a scavenger through its abandoned buildings.
Our photographer captures life in Cairo returning to normal—but one thing that hasn't returned are the visitors
Victorious, Cairo's protesters linger to celebrate, clean up, and rally
This weekend, Sarah Palin will be touring clinics run by Samaritan's Purse, an organization headed by Reverend Franklin Graham. Our photographer captures some of the scenes she will find there.
Our photographer captures the answer on video
Even unruly crowds and a nationwide epidemic couldn't keep Haitians from turning out to cast their ballots
A photographer follows one of the leading candidates at rallies in Port-au-Prince and Leogane
Photographer Julie Dermansky captures images of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's rally on the national Mall
Images from a pro-Paladino rally in Middletown, NY from photographer Julie Dermansky
Nearly five years after Katrina, New Orleans got a boost from its first Super Bowl win. This week, months after another disaster, football magic returned.
Exploring the abandoned amusement park
A visual tour of New Orleans's Lower Ninth Ward, where destroyed homes and businesses stand frozen in time.
A Louisiana resident demonstrates the "cake batter" sludge still coating local shorelines and waterways.
In the Louisiana wetlands, an impatient parish president takes matters into his own hands