Time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2016. Among the events covered in this essay: the U.S. presidential election; continued wars in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen; a new view of the planet Jupiter; and much more.
Time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2016. Among the events covered in this essay: the Summer Olympics in Rio, the U.S. Republican and Democratic national conventions, the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, and much more.
Time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2016. Among the events covered in this essay: earthquakes in Ecuador and Taiwan, the passing of entertainers David Bowie and Prince, and much more.
The past 12 months have been an eventful time for news stories, from the unpredictable and tumultuous U.S. presidential election, to continued war and terror and refugees fleeing to Europe, to a historic World Series win for the Chicago Cubs, and so much more.
Life in Ohio's proud but economically abandoned small towns
The photographer Fabian Muir has visited the closed-off country five times, hoping for a glimpse of the everyday.
Parenting in the age of mass incarceration, the War on Drugs, and frequent exposure to crime and trauma
Young fighters find their way in and out of the ring.
Photographs of teenagers after last period and before dinner, when they make New York City their own.
While wealthier sunbathers may opt for Ipanema and Copacabana, there exists another coastline checkered with picnics of roasted chicken and “farofa.”
A new exhibition explores the late photographer's images of confident and curious personalities.
A fourth-generation Floridian returns to the Sunshine State to photograph this extreme Southern sport.
Women with children are neither “single" nor “unwed” in Iceland, the most feminist country in the world.
The photographer Renaud Philippe returned to the epicenter of last year’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake to document what progress has been made in some of the hardest-to-reach villages.
The photographer Max Desfor covered many of the most significant events and personalities of the 20th century while working for the Associated Press.
The winning entries of the 59th annual World Press Photo Contest have just been announced.
A photographer's war on the “War on Poverty”
Several years ago, Bassam Khabieh was an IT administrator working in Damascus, Syria, near his hometown of Douma. Then, the Syrian war began. Soon, Khabieh picked up a camera and returned to Douma to document the effects of years of shelling and urban warfare.
After a 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.
As the year comes to a close, it's time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2015, concluding with the months of September through December.
As the year comes to a close, it's time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2015, continuing with the months of May through August.
As the year comes to a close, it's time to take a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2015, starting with the months of January through April.
The past year has been a series of tumultuous news stories, from the massive migration crisis and war and terror those migrants are fleeing, to historic images of faraway Pluto, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling supporting same-sex marriage, and widespread protests about continued inequality.
The photographer was not supposed to capture the barbed wire surrounding the Manzanar War Relocation Center, but he found a way to show the truth.
A royal visit to Australia, a Napoleonic-battle reenactment in Spain, marijuana legalization in Canada, fall colors in Japan and Europe, and much more
One last look at my favorite season of the year, with more autumnal images from across the Northern Hemisphere
Recent images of robotic technology around the world
Snapshots from Google Earth, all rectangles of the same size and scale, approximately three and a half miles wide by two miles tall—showing seven square miles of the varied surface of our planet in each view