Thomas Chipperfield's family has worked with wild animals in circuses since Charles II was on the throne, but from next year doing so will become illegal.
This job profile includes putting on an act and making people laugh, even while dealing with personal woes.
No helmets, no roll cage, 100 kilometres an hour.
Founded in the 1800s, the Ashton Circus still going strong. Photographer Craig Holmes shares his experience capturing its many diverse personalities.
Veteran circus performer Yann Arnaud sustained critical injuries in Florida over the weekend.
The Flaherty family brings carnival rides to 42 towns a year. All four generations of them.
We spoke to photographer Nick Warner about Great Yarmouth and the necessity of the town's greatest pride.
In the new book Truevine, journalist Beth Macy details their mother's three-decade quest to get her boys back.
The film, which opens tomorrow in LA, follows four textile artists who are using their craft to make art in the most unlikely of places.
Jessica Wongso, 27, allegedly poisoned her friend with a cyanide-laced coffee. It's a story of jealousy and intrigue, but Indonesia's reaction has been just as interesting.
A new report from PETA paints a very dark picture of the sanctuary.
Aid workers are helping refugees get more than the bare necessities.