The only thing cuter than a cute dog might be a dog so impossibly ugly that it's endearing. It's a high bar, and all these dogs at the annual World's Ugliest Dog Contest reach it.
A surreal look at the famous Las Vegas strip, the face-off between Amazonian tribes and a dam that threatens to flood their land, and the South African skate punks that are sparking a cultural revolution.
With categories like "Dogs at Play," "Oldies," "Puppies" and "Man's Best Friend," this might be the most wholesome and good photo contest we've ever seen.
A vintage camera from the early 20th century containing a roll of undeveloped film has yielded an extraordinary set of images showing the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, considered among the disastrous volcanic eruptions in US history.
Some say it's a one-star airline, but photographer Arthur Mebius sees it as the golden age of aviation.
An inside look into the unique lives of circus performers, chasing tornadoes in the Midwest and the last of the Colombian cowboys.
Every summer, brave souls venture into the thawing Siberian wilderness in search of a big, valuable prize: a preserved mammoth tusk. Photographer Amos Chapple joined an expedition and documented the dirty, difficult work. His pictures are otherworldly.
In 2012, photographer Betsy Schneider documented 250 13-year-olds across America, capturing what it means to be on the cusp of adulthood. Now that the teens are about to graduate, those snapshots of transition are finally coming to light.
"Putin's children," a voyeuristic trip through Ukraine's surreal beaches, and photos from the world's northernmost town.
The ways of an increasingly rare American species, the cowboy, are carefully maintained by the traditions of the Kelsey family dude ranch.
Beyond the heavily armed gates of Dream City lie hundreds upon hundreds of gaudy, western-style mansions that celebrate the decadence and affluence of Kurdistan’s elites.
As relations between Cuba and the US thaw, a fresh look at the vibrant and textured charm of the Caribbean country both proud of its past and confident in its future.
The German American Bund was formed in 1936 as "an organization of patriotic Americans of German stock," eventually growing to a membership in the tens of thousands among 70 regional divisions across the country.
The younger generations in Iran were irrevocably marked by the country’s revolution and long war with Iraq — what comes next remains to be defined.
Michael Fogleman's "Primitive" isn't just a photo filter. It rebuilds the image from the ground up with simple shapes. The results are gorgeous — here are some of our favorite examples.
Turkey's gay pride parade, old Hong Kong and the people behind the "strictly platonic" ads on Craigslist.
"The first man I ever saw cry was Michael Jordan. It was 1991, and he and the Chicago Bulls had just won the NBA Finals."
David Chen was a 25-year-old student when he joined protesters in Beijing in 1989. Unlike most of them, he had a camera, a rare luxury in China at the time.
Strange and unexpected photos of wartime innovation, animal mascots and Churchill in a onesie.
Searching for someone to hang out with.
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