A fireworks festival in Burma, political turmoil in Sri Lanka, starlings over Rome, an Allosaurus in Paris, wintry scenes in northern China, and much more
Chinese developers have opened a series of new tourist attractions in some very lofty places. Glass-bottomed bridges, cliffside walkways, observation decks, and more
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan might not be able to permanently sideline the Saudi crown prince, but he could extract other concessions that bolster his own position.
Law enforcement has better tools available now than when Ted Kaczynski was caught in 1996. But Kaczynski was also much more sophisticated than the latest mail bomber.
The same factors that have helped her weather past crises could help her again.
The total number of smartphone users worldwide will reach an estimated 3 billion this year—here’s a look at the visual landscape.
Brexit negotiators have overcome the Irish border impasse, but can their deal pass muster in Parliament?
By investing billions of dollars in Pakistan and dozens of other countries, China is gaining cultural cachet worldwide.
A selection of entries from this year’s competition, which is open for submissions until November 15
A weekend of presidential drama in Paris culminated in the French president’s warning against an emerging global disorder.
“I may have caused some of our people to love our kingdom too much.”
A visit to the Swiss Museum of Transport, NATO soldiers on patrol in Afghanistan, autumn colors pass their peak in the North, Bonfire Night across England, and much more
A divided Congress means that House Democrats will take more of an investigative posture than a legislative one.
I’ve been hearing a lot about a “blue wave” in the news lately, so I thought I should do my best to cover this tidal force with news photos.
The U.S. military quietly released “John Doe” last week after holding him in detention in Iraq for 13 months, with no charges.
Congressman Adam Schiff has plans to probe several uncomfortable subjects for the Trump administration, and the president is ready to fight.
The president seemed to have more trouble than ever communicating with foreign reporters.
This Sunday, November 11, 2018, will mark the passing of 100 years since the end of World War I.
“Right now we have almost-daily U.S. coverage on Trump and everything that’s connected to him.”
With today’s midterms, America’s election infrastructure has never been more carefully monitored by government officials. But will that be enough?