A collection of U.S. presidents being photographed with prominent African American performers and artists—from President Harry Truman meeting with Duke Ellington in 1950 to President-Elect Trump with Kanye West in 2016.
Images of this weekend’s second annual Women's Marches in Washington, New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle, and from cities in England, Sweden, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, and 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.
Images of today’s marches in Washington, New York, Denver, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle, and from other cities in England, Ghana, France, Canada, Serbia, Australia, Kenya, Germany, India, and many more.
On January 20, 2017, the peaceful transfer of American power took place in Washington, DC, as Barack Obama, passed the office to Donald J. Trump.
Forty-four images of the 44th president of the United States by Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza
The day after the election victory of President-elect Donald Trump, protesters took to the streets in cities across the country, expressing anger and resistance.
Now that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has conceded the race for president of the United States, and President-elect Donald Trump has made his acceptance speech, a look back at an emotional rollercoaster of a night
With just one week left until the end of this historic and seemingly endless presidential campaign season, I’ve gathered 20 photos from each of the major campaigns over the past 18 months.
The photographer Fabian Muir has visited the closed-off country five times, hoping for a glimpse of the everyday.
This week, an estimated 50,000 people have gathered in Philadelphia for the four-day Democratic National Convention.
Photographs of the delegates, the demonstrations, and the Donald
Scenes from the past few frantic months in Iowa, as presidential hopefuls made appearances in every corner of the state.
On August 14, 2003, more than 50 million people across eight U.S. states and parts of Canada were left without power for days in the most widespread blackout in North American history.
Missiles fly between Israel and Gaza, dizzying views in Hong Kong, a migrant family is reunited in Guatemala, a boisterous rodeo in Australia, wildfires intensify in California, and much more.
On the Indonesian island of Lombok, near Bali, at least 250 deaths and many hundreds of injuries have been reported, and tens of thousands have been left homeless.
Fashions and technologies may change over time, but cats never go out of style.