One dog becomes two dogs. Two dogs become four dogs.
The life of a female billiards player, surfing Norway in sub-zero temperatures and a photographer's 7,200-mile journey following the mighty Mississippi.
Rumble in the Bronx is settling beefs between people and giving amateur fighters a shot
A trip to the northernmost tip of the United States, where the roads are frozen water and you sleep upright.
While the river is only about 2,300 miles in length, photographer Michael S. Williamson chased good light, competed with snowmobiles, and zigzagged across some of the 170 bridges to photograph the river’s main sights and towns.
In 1960, Tokyo started looking like the megalopolis it is today, quickly reaching 11 million people by the end of the decade. It was a time of hope after a dreadful war, and the city was in dire need of homes for its growing population. The government’s solution was the danchi.
Side-by-side photos of Paris and its Chinese knockoff.
Vikings Against Racism are out to show that you can cherish ancient traditions without being bigots.
Ross Island, an abandoned British settlement in the remote Andaman archipelago, is being taken over by its rightful owner: nature.
On March 8, millions of women around the world took to the streets to celebrate International Women's Day. Protestors advocated for women's rights, equal pay, reproductive freedom, healthcare, labor rights, clean air and water, and pressing local issues.
These were not the four cocky lads from Liverpool who had made such a splash on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Instead, the pictures showed four pensive men, who had only recently decided among themselves that this would be their last live concert together.
Mining sulfur in an active volcano, Los Angeles' last remaining video stores and what Fukushima looks like now after the 2011 nuclear disaster.
How one man broke into a secret facility housing the last of the Soviet Union's experimental space ships.
After taking more than 2,000 shots, publishing 303 of them (so far), and then collecting compliments rather than complaints about my photos, I can say that this experiment has been a resounding success.
What allowed Roger Bannister’s accomplishment to resound beyond Oxford was the magisterial picture of him about to break the tape.
Radiosonde enthusiasts use a software and huge antennae to track balloons that have parachuted back to earth.
Working as a professional gamer could mean a steady income doing something you love. But not everyone can make the cut.
The future stars of sepak takraw — a competitive sport that dominates Southeast Asia — get their start in the streets of Bangkok.
Photographer Landon Nordeman heads to the city's annual Northwestern High School prom, documenting teens as they enjoy a classic American rite of passage.
Photographer Pamela Littky spent a summer traveling to fairs across the US, capturing an American vernacular that's easy to miss.
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