What one British-Iraqi photographer learned after spending time with the soldiers from one of Hashd Al Shaabi's militia groups, out in northern Iraq.
Everyone's a hoarder, even if the only thing they can't throw out is a manky old deer skull.
Photographer Peter Larson captures the power and passion of communication through the strained faces of protestors.
Milla Reika is the rare woman in the male-dominated world of 'shibari.'
Despite the fears expressed by some locals over the sight of men walking around with AR-15s, AK-47s, and G3s, what they did is 100 percent legal under Ohio law.
For this week's edition of First-Person Shooter, we handed two cameras off to Adam, a knife maker from North Carolina. Adam's been crafting knives for the past five years, and his "slicers" are coveted by chefs and collectors from all over the world.
As a kid, I was convinced that my mom and her friends had to carry around all sorts of magical items, plus a couple of bricks. I thought that was the law—in case they needed to save the world or something.
Jonathan Bachman's photo of protester Ieshia Evans being arrested in Baton Rouge has become instantly iconic.
People from all backgrounds, races, religions, and social classes got together in Lisbon's taverns to see their team win.
Warren Richardson, who won this year's World Press Photo Award for his haunting image of Syrian refugees on the Serbian-Hungarian border, told us what refugees have taught him about survival.
Bischoff's Taxidermy & Animal FX has provided the animals for everything from The Revenant to Rob Schneider's The Animal.
Photographer Norman Wong's latest project delves into the underground scene in the suburbs where he grew up.
If these Rohingya people go to their nearest hospital, they fear they will be forcefully euthanized.
In this week's installment of First-Person Shooter, we gave two disposable cameras to a dairy farmer in upstate New York who snapped pics of herself milking and artificially inseminating a bunch of adorable cows.
In Spain, matador vs bull often ends in at least one gory death. Japan's centuries-old tradition sees two bulls peacefully wrestling one another.
The Cemeterio Del Norte is inhabited by people who pull bones from tombs to move in. It's an entire slum community, populated by gang members, runaways, sex workers, and laborers who rank among the poorest of the world's poor.
His pictures are tribal—the many vibrant differences that make up the entire city are on display.
The weather was gorgeous, the streets of Manhattan were packed, and people of all ages, ethnicities, and genders marched together.
We ended up on London mayor Sadiq Khan's float, looking down at the rainbow flags, balloons, and fetish-wear below.
While graffiti is still a very young concept in Seoul, the country has a fervent core of emerging writers and has also become a destination for members of an international circuit of high-profile vandals. Our graffiti columnist photographed the city's up-…
On Friday evening, we watched a group show their support for the refugees and migrants scapegoated throughout the Leave campaign.
At the annual fetish fair Folsom Street East in NYC, all of the kinksters came out to have some old fashioned fun in the sun, which, for a group used to dark bars, dingy hotel rooms, and makeshift dungeons, was a welcomed change of scenery.
What it's like to balance being a supportive partner with a documentarian, when your girlfriend starts chemotherapy.
Ceaușescu Decree no. 770 banned women from having abortions in Romania. That resulted in the birth of about 2 million children, who have since been known as "Generation Decree."