These Harrowing Photos Show What the Journey to the Mexico-US Border Is Really Like
In November, the Magnum photographer Larry Towell followed along as the migrants Trump railed against sought asylum amid chaos.
Depressing Photos from the Last Days of Toys 'R' Us
We will never see Geoffrey the Giraffe again.
Andy Sarjahani and Joanna Kulesza
Tim Hetherington's Photos Are a Tender Look at Male Sexuality and War
Before he died in 2011, Tim Hetherington showed us intimate moments between soldiers on the front lines.
Dreamy Photos of a Chinese Swimming Club on the North Korean Border
Some members have been part of the Yalu River Swimmer's Association for more than 20 years.
Young Girls in the Gaza Strip Flourish Despite Repression
Monique Jaques Project, 'Gaza Girls,' hopes to create a deeper sense of empathy in the region
Still at War and Almost Forgotten: What Life Is Like in Afghanistan
"The optimism of 2013 has gone."
Bodies Every Night: Documenting the Brutal Philippine Drug War
With more than 6000 people already dead, we spoke to a local photojournalist about the realities of bearing witness to the carnage.
Here's How Photography Will Change the World
The International Center of Photography investigates the visual culture behind #BlackLivesMatter, the refugee crisis, and the alt-right.
[Exclusive] Celebrating the Man Who Photographed Everyone from MJ to MLK
Watch an exclusive clip from the new documentary 'Harry Benson: Shoot First.'
My Strange Winter with a Shaman in Kazakhstan
Photographer Denis Vejas documents the practices of one of the country's last Sufi dervishes.
The They Come Out at Night Issue
We Spent 90 Minutes at 1,500 Feet with Artist J Henry Fair
Fair has made it his life's work to photograph industrial pollution from the air.
Photos from Inside a Decade of Protests in Israel and Palestine
A new photobook by photo-activist collective Activestills features ten years of photography documenting tension in Israel and Palestine, including protests the photographers were active in themselves.