Worshippers believe the 20,000 or so rats, which live inside the temple, are reincarnated descendants of a Hindu goddess.
So far, Mark Baumer has logged two months of walking and raised thousands of dollars.
The once popular Egyptian seaside town has been mostly abandoned since the terrorist attack on a Russian passenger plane, but the few vacationers who do go have all the beach chairs and buffets to themselves.
Photographer Denis Vejas documents the practices of one of the country's last Sufi dervishes.
It's a million things at once. A country where vastly different understandings of the world live side by side.
The Porsche was unnecessary, but it was fast through the zone's empty roads.
One day, this summer, I took off to look for the pockets of purple in an America usually divided between the red and the blue. And I found them—sort of.
Pretty, pretty pictures.
On Monday, I flew down to Miami to volunteer for the Clinton campaign. On Wednesday morning, I woke up to the news we had lost.
Even with a language barrier, Berlin feels more like home than most of non-urban America does.
We spoke to ethnographer and criminologist Daniel Briggs about the resort's evolution from a family-friendly destination to somewhere full of cocaine-selling party reps and bar crawl blowjob challenges.
Shona Sanzgiri explores Mexico's colonial history with female matador Karla Sanchez San Martin, known professionally as Karla de los Angeles.
For these Las Vegas women, the narrative about their candidate's struggles and sexism is manufactured by the media.
I asked strangers where the worst bar in the city was, went there, and repeated the process until I ended up at Applebee's.
How the extreme dance music has found a new home in the Netherlands' most devout area.
When there's an ocean between you and Donald Trump, the approaching election can feel pretty abstract.
The first leg of Mark Hainds's journey—1,010 miles of Texas borderlands—is the subject of a new documentary, La Frontera.
The World Association of Ugly People counts more than 30,000 members, whose aim is to fight the cult of beauty in modern society.
"You can't just go down there, drop some money, do a photo-op, and come back," Rahul Jandial says about doctors who travel to hospitals in poor countries.
"Everyone is looking out for one another. Everyone is learning from one another. Everyone is coming together, to fight for water, that all life on earth needs."
David "Cuba Dave" Strecker is facing a year in prison for violating Costa Rica's sex tourism laws after blogging extensively about his experience with the country's prostitutes.
With few places to turn, the families of the city's mentally challenged people often have to turn to facilities that are overcrowded and underfunded.
"The next thing I remember is waking up, alone, on the floor of the bar struggling with consciousness. The guy was yelling at me to pay for something."
Part travel log, part epic skate video, and part in-depth documentary series, the show follows pro skater Rick McCrank as he explores North America's strangest deserted spaces.