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.
In Belgium, the Reuters photographer Yves Herman recently visited Animatrans, a funeral home that claims to be the first in Belgium designed exclusively for pets.
A collection of recent images of things that are real, but not quite real.
We wear masks for many reasons: for fun, for protection, or to make a statement.
Judges, academics, and pundits all seem to wonder how kids are impacted by same-sex relationships. Photographer Gabriela Herman asked them.
More than 500,000 people were homeless in the United States at the end of last year. Many who find themselves living on the streets find a level of community and security in homeless encampments.
The drama of a northern Colorado wheat harvest
For decades, low-caste Hindus in Chhattisgarh, India, tattoo the name of the Hindu god Ram on their bodies—acts of faith and defiance, saying “God is everywhere."
A photographer's war on the “War on Poverty”
Reuters recently sent photographers to visit some of the most dedicated Star Wars fans in Japan, England, and the U.S., to photograph them surrounded by their collections of memorabilia, tattoos, and costumes.
Seattle’s famous “Gum Wall” is in the process of being scraped and steam-cleaned away, in a move to preserve the historic buildings of Pike Place Market.
The use of a stick to hold a camera at a distance for a self-portrait is not a new phenomenon, but the popularity of the new breed of extendable selfie stick has exploded over the past two years.
Images of where people live—from cave dwellings and tree houses to soccer-ball-shaped shelters, toilet-shaped homes, and portable domiciles.
Unprecedented numbers of people across the globe are leaving their homes in dangerous or poor regions, seeking security and opportunity by escaping to other countries, despite the numerous risks involved.
The Royal Air Force celebrates its centennial in London, World Cup emotions run high, the Running of the Bulls begins in Spain, Tour de France riders pass through stage six, and much more.
Over the weekend, sustained heavy rainfall hit parts of western and central Japan, causing flash flooding, setting off landslides, and submerging floodplains.
Fields of lentils and poppies carpet this Italian landscape with a colorful quilt of blossoming flowers every year.
In parts of Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, and Russia, an ancient pagan rite combined with a traditional Orthodox feast to become Ivan Kupala Night, a festival celebrating the summer solstice.