Some expeditions require little more than a car and semi-serious walking shoes
Part of our ongoing series of photo essays at the Atlantic titled Americans at Work. This week, images of caregivers at work in their offices and in the homes of the elderly clients they serve, made by photographer Amanda Swinhart.
New Year’s Eve celebrations worldwide, the swearing-in of the 115th US Congress, a post-apocalyptic zombie movie filmed in China, Dakar Rally racing in Argentina, and much more.
Time once again for a look at the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless species that share our planet.
For the past few years, Getty Images photographer Kevin Frayer has been covering China’s Steel production facilities, from massive state-run factories to small unauthorized steel producers.
Just after the election,The Atlantic sent photographers to naturalization ceremonies across the U.S. to meet people on the day they became citizens.
Part of our ongoing series of photo essays at the Atlantic titled Americans at Work. This week, images of Port Houston, the busiest port for deep-draft vessels in the United States, made by photographer Daniel Kramer:
The passing of performers Carrie Fisher and George Michael, waterfalls on Uluru in Australia, a lightshow in Dubai, breakdancing for the Pope in the Vatican, and more.
Based in Beijing, China, Reuters photographer Damir Sagolj has had a busy year.
The high temperature on Christmas Day in Sydney, Australia, reached 84° F (29° C), and residents and tourists took to Bondi Beach to play and cool off.
Part of our ongoing series of photo essays at the Atlantic titled Americans at Work. This week, observations of the daily commute made workers in big cities from photographer Cassandra Zampini.
The shooting of the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Christmas around the world, robotic dinosaurs in Japan, a fireworks disaster in Mexico, big waves in Ireland, and much more.
A 160,000-mile quest to visit all 59 of the country's natural treasures
Earlier today, Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson was asked by a journalist “What would you do, if you were elected, about Aleppo?” Johnson replied with his own question: "What is Aleppo?"