Following Sunday’s tragedy, the people of Las Vegas gathered together to donate blood, to pray, and to care for each other through a difficult time.
Earlier this year, photographers visited Kensington in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to photograph “El Campamento”, one of the largest open-air drug markets and shooting galleries on the East Coast, before it was shut down.
We wear masks for many reasons: for fun, for protection, or to make a statement.
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.
How a riding club counters crime with horses
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.
Age can’t keep these senior track and field athletes from the finish line
Just after the election,The Atlantic sent photographers to naturalization ceremonies across the U.S. to meet people on the day they became citizens.
The key to capturing history? Be as lucky as you are ferocious.
Photographs transform a bus stop into a symphony of commuters, buses, shadows, glass, and concrete
Life in Ohio's proud but economically abandoned small towns
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.
Portraits and interviews with native Canadians abused within the government’s Indian Residential School system
An intimate look at the stars of the world's largest film industry
Examining humanity's relationship to one of the most basic, and precious, natural resources
Parenting in the age of mass incarceration, the War on Drugs, and frequent exposure to crime and trauma
The recent war on crime in the Philippines has overfilled an already-strained prison system.
The International Olympic Committee chose a group of 10 refugee athletes from South Sudan, Syria, Congo and Ethiopia to compete for the newly-formed Refugee Olympic Team.
A South Korean program brings participants together to reflect on their lives by experiencing their own fake funeral.
Two weeks after the Orlando shooting, the LGBTQ communities in San Francisco and New York held their annual parades.
Memorials and candlelight vigils for the victims in Orlando took place in parks and plazas around the world, with citizens and government officials voicing support for the victims and their families, as monuments were lit in rainbow colors, and flags lowered to half-staff.
One of the most intimate human gestures, a kiss can convey greetings, give comfort, express joy, and above all, show love.
Associated Press photographer Muhammed Muheisen has documented many refugees heading to Europe. He often found himself wondering “What happens to migrants once they reach Europe?”, and heard about a program in the Netherlands where the government had started housing refugees in vacant prisons.
Almost 600,000 Rohingya refugees have crossed into Bangladesh, fleeing the violence in Burma's Rakhine state, since August 25.
High in the Russian Far East lies Wrangel Island, a harsh landscape that supports a surprisingly diverse ecosystem.
Last weekend, the tiny and isolated British island of Saint Helena welcomed its first scheduled commercial flight from South Africa.
Four decades ago Jimmy Carter was sworn in as the 39th president of the U.S., the original Star Wars movie was released in theaters, and much more.