Images of the difficult personal journey of a father and daughter, in the months after the loss of their wife and mother due to COVID-19
Images from the past few days of some of the dozens of fires currently burning, as well as those battling against and affected by them
Rodrigo Abd, a photojournalist with the Associated Press, recently spent time with Ronald Marin, a lay worker in Lima, as he served a community hard-hit by COVID-19.
Images from Houston’s United Memorial Medical Center, documenting the work being done by medical workers under stressful and challenging circumstances
Recent images of some of the services and memorials in Brazil, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, and more
The photographer Tarso Sarraf recently traveled with health-care workers attending to the residents of small river communities and larger towns in Brazil’s Marajo Island.
Images from across Brazil over the recent weeks, as residents struggle with the COVID-19 outbreak and its wide-reaching effects
Images of the widespread destruction and some of the rescue and salvage work taking place
Colorful images from Rio, São Paulo, and more
Some of the colorful holiday activities in Mexico from the past week
Widespread anger over the high cost of living and social inequality in Chile has sparked days of sometimes violent protest.
Demonstrations have roiled Ecuador’s capital city for more than a week, after the government eliminated a long-standing subsidy, doubling the price of fuel.
Groups of Guajajara tribesmen in Brazil’s Maranhão state patrol their tribal land, seeking to protect it from illegal logging in places with little police presence.
The small village of Kivalina is threatened on several fronts by a warming Arctic climate, as the ground it sits on erodes, and the animals the villagers rely on become more difficult to hunt.
Recent images of the hard-hit islands of the Abacos and Grand Bahama, as residents receive aid, recover what they can, and contemplate their next steps
In April 1904, St. Louis opened its doors to the world, welcoming millions to see the fascinating buildings and exhibits of art, technology, and history on display at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
Early images of the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Dorian’s slow crawl across the Bahamas
Images from Brazil, where more than 79,500 fires have been counted so far this year, the worst since 2010
Images of some of the action taking place in the arenas, parks, open fields, beaches, rivers, and streets of Lima
Images of some of the joy, effort, concentration, frustration, and exhaustion made apparent on the faces of the athletes competing in Peru
Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans have taken to the streets to demand the resignation of Governor Ricardo Rosselló.
Thousands of fans lined New York’s “Canyon of Heroes” to cheer for the U.S. women’s national soccer team, now the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup champions.
Under pressure from the Trump administration, and its own citizens, the government of Mexican President Obrador is building a response to limit the continued flow of U.S.-bound immigrants across the country’s borders.
Arizona’s existing geology, coupled with man-made crater fields, hosted numerous moonlike sites for Apollo astronauts to train.
Recent images of people across the Northern Hemisphere enjoying themselves in the middle of this winter
A look at some of the stories brought to us by photojournalist Justin Sullivan over the past year
A few glimpses of the landscape of Alaska, and some of the animals and people calling it home
Santa in a snow globe in Seattle, an orangutan returned to Indonesia, Fashion Week in Senegal, a gingerbread town in Norway, and much more