The chief photographer for Agence France-Presse in Kabul was killed in Afghanistan.
A collection of images by Toni Frissell, a talented photographer who covered fashion, war, celebrity, and ordinary life from the 1930s to the 1960s.
A collection of photos by and of Chris Hondros, who risked and then tragically lost his life to show the world the reality of warfare, and is now the subject of a new documentary film: Hondros.
The top images being considered to win awards in the 61st annual World Press Photo Contest have just been announced.
A half-century ago, much of the world appeared to be in a state of crisis, with protests around the world, the Vietnam War, and the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Senator Robert Kennedy. But there was some progress to be found as well.
A look at some of the stories brought to us by photojournalist Mario Tama in the last year, as he traveled pole to pole and across the Americas.
A collection of photographs that are just so 2017.
After another year of news stories that produced photos which can often be difficult or disturbing to view, I’ve made it a tradition to compose an essay of uplifting images from the past year.
Time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2017. Among the events covered in this essay, part 3 of 3: California wildfires, Hurricane Maria hits Puerto Rico, a farewell to the Cassini spacecraft, and much more.
Time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2017. Among the events covered in this essay, part 2 of 3: Hurricane Harvey hits Texas, France elects a new president, a total solar eclipse crosses the U.S., and much more.
Time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2017. Among the events covered in this essay: the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the Women’s March on Washington, observations from Saturn, and much more.
Powerful images from the past 12 very eventful months.
The young leaders of Pine Ridge Reservation are confronting generational poverty, trauma, and cultural disconnection and using educational attainment as key to reclaiming Native identity and culture.
For International Women’s Day 2017, a glimpse of what the workplace was like for women a century ago, in 1917
For International Women’s Day 2017, Reuters photographers around the world sought out women from many different backgrounds and cultures, and created portraits of them on the job.
The winning entries of the 60th annual World Press Photo Contest have just been announced.
How a riding club counters crime with horses
A half-century ago, protests erupted around the world against the Vietnam War, Montreal hosted Expo ‘67, race riots in the U.S. destroyed parts northern cities, Elvis Presley married Priscilla in Las Vegas, and much more.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s assertion that the National Mall was "full when the president took the Oath of Office" is demonstrably false.
A new exhibition captures the rallies, riots, marches, and demonstrations that erupted in New York City between 1980 and 2000.
Based in Beijing, China, Reuters photographer Damir Sagolj has had a busy year.
The key to capturing history? Be as lucky as you are ferocious.
A photo essay about educators in Chicago comes from Chicago-based documentary photographer Marc Monaghan.
After another year of news stories that produced photos that can often be difficult or disturbing to view, I thought I’d take the time to compose an essay of uplifting images from the past year.
Lucas Jackson, a photographer with Reuters, recently joined a team of scientists studying Greenland’s ice sheet and glaciers.
Dogs, cats, and other animals that were left behind, or caught in the storm, are being rescued and cared for by owners, neighbors, and first responders.
Images of the immediate effects of the monster storm in the Philippines, Hong Kong, and parts of southeastern China
Even though Florence has been downgraded to a tropical depression, much more rainfall and flooding have been predicted for already hard-hit regions.