"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."
People traveled from all over the country to welcome LGBTQ asylum seekers to the city of Uppsala.
Giselle Natassia traveled to Phuket, Thailand, to photograph the "mason" of the Nine Emperor Gods festival, who pierce their cheeks, tongues, and bodies.
Photos an LA pond scum cleaner took on the job before he called his boss and quit.
In 1982, photographer Gil Rigoulet followed some rockabilly friends to their homes and hairdresser appointments.
This month you'll find stories about a group of reporters being murdered for covering the destruction of Cambodia's forests; a profile of Phoebe Robinson from of 2 Dope Queens; and an interview with NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake.
We spoke to Jude Kendall about documenting the capital's squat and punk scene.
Take a page from the film industry and turn Los Angeles into any city in the world.
Photographer Erin Lee Holland pairs her photos from a recent trip with those of an unknown Cuban photographer from the 60s and 70s.
Photographer Gabriel Botezatu visited Vacation Village and took photos of the men getting henna tattoos and punching bags.
The national weather institute had already officially called the summer "disappointing," but the Dutch finally got their heatwave last week.
Photographer Charlie Kwai captured some of the estimated 1 million people who attended London's 50th anniversary edition of Carnival.
For this week's First-Person Shooter, we handed off two cameras to the fourth-generation owner of a mid-sized tobacco farm in South Carolina. Smoke up!
LA-based artist Marina Fini reimagined Ronald McDonald as a hamburger-licking, motel-cruising weirdo in her latest photography project.
The Guča Trumpet Festival is about brass bands, makeshift bars, and indulging in one or more of the cardinal sins.
Colon, Michigan, was and is a beacon to magicians, circus performers and other assorted weirdos.
Photographer Lars Moereels captures quiet moments in a city known for its opulence and wealth.
The Brazilian city is both the spirit of Carnival and the 14th most violent city in the world.
Homer Sykes's legendary 1977 photo book Once A Year offered a rare and unsneering glimpse into the folk customs of British communities.
Eric Chakeen's photographs explore the fading horse-racing culture in Del Mar, California
These candid, eerie portraits of Texans show another side of the Lone Star State.
After Tim Andrews was diagnosed with the degenerative disease he started inviting hundreds of photographers to take his picture.
Ikaria has an amazingly high number of centenarians, and one in three people on the island make it deep into their 90s in perfect health.
The Democratic National Convention is many things to many people but mainly it's a hat party.