Images of the widespread damage caused by this once-in-a-generation flooding event
A Reuters photographer recently spent time with researchers who call themselves the “virus hunters,” as they caught and studied bats in the Philippines.
Stunt riding in Iraq, a giant stuffed penguin in New York City, a huge sand portrait in England, an unfinished border wall in Texas, green slime in California, a green river in Chicago, and much more
Last month, Myanmar’s military seized power from elected officials, and in recent weeks, protests against the coup have expanded nationwide—and crackdowns have escalated.
COVID-19 precautions forced the trail to be altered, but the 49th running of the Iditarod still took place.
Rust on the Eiffel Tower in Paris, spring blossoms in China, a memorial for the 2011 earthquake in Japan, a moonrise over New York City, ski jumping in Germany, and much more
Residents are marking the passage of a decade since a magnitude-9.0 earthquake struck off Japan’s northeastern shore—the most powerful earthquake ever recorded to have hit the country.
Some of the top images from the 13 categories of nature photography featured in this year’s competition
Beach meditation in Australia, Newroz celebrations in Azerbaijan, ski racing in Massachusetts, anti-coup protests in Myanmar, visiting a platypus in Australia, and much more
The photographer Maria Passer visited some of the ice-covered abandoned buildings of Vorkuta, a dwindling Russian coal-mining city north of the Arctic Circle.
Moving a home through the streets of San Francisco, hiking the Great Wall in China, visiting a ski resort in Tehran, opening a “hug room” in Rome, walking a snow maze in Manitoba, and much more
Some of the top and winning images from this year’s landscape-photography competition
A collection of some of the events and sights from around the world a century ago