Some of the best bird photography of the year—a collection of the 2018 winners and runners-up.
Cooling off in New York City, rescue operations in Thailand, migrants crossing the Mediterranean, wildfires in California, a presidential election in Mexico, a rocket explodes in Japan, and much more.
In northern Thailand, hundreds of rescue workers have been searching for a group of 12 boys and their coach lost in a cave. They found them alive after days of being trapped underground, but getting them out won’t be easy.
Across the country yesterday, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in small towns and big cities to march and voice their opposition to the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
A firearms course for teachers in Colorado, the World's Ugliest Dog Competition in California, a spider hunts along a Russian river, a dramatic moonrise above a burning moorland in England, and much more.
The winning images have been selected from this year’s edition of the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year competition.
Soccer fans from around the world have been cheering and sending their support as their national teams battle it out in the World Cup in Russia.
Life in the Shamlapur refugee camp for Rohingyas in Bangladesh, where Clodagh Kilcoyne, a Reuters photographer, photographed refugees who have found unofficial work in the fishing industry
A look at Pride 2018 parades and events from around the world.
A watery rescue in Russia, dragon boat racing in China, a soap box derby in France, Hawaiian lava viewed from Earth orbit, flamingos in Kenya, a boxer dressed as a lion in Germany, and much more.
A collection of photos of millinery miracles worn by Royal Ascot racegoers over the past few years.
A collection of images from the southern U.S. border by Getty Images photographer John Moore, showing the landscape, those who patrol the border, and those who choose to risk everything to cross it.
A collection of images by Toni Frissell, a talented photographer who covered fashion, war, celebrity, and ordinary life from the 1930s to the 1960s.
Gigantic piles of impounded, abandoned, and broken bicycles have become a familiar sight in many Chinese cities, after a rush to build up its new bike-sharing industry vastly overreached.