For the 100th anniversary of the "De Stijl" art movement, a handful of Dutch buildings have been decked out to imitate Mondrian's "Composition" series.
"Not much happens in the place of my birth, Turner, Maine, unless you count its annual snowmobile race."
The Obamacare replacement bill stalled Thursday, but you wouldn't know it from seeing Trump's face when he got to sit in a semi.
With more than 25 national titles under his belt, Norm Devio has been the No. 1 champ in competitive arm wrestling since he first broke into the sport 40 years ago — and he doesn't seem to be quitting anytime soon.
Near the site of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in northern Ukraine, an eerie calm prevails amid the fossilized remains of Pripyat, the purpose-built city designed to house the plant’s workforce.
Three decades ago, the long-fought Iran-Iraq war had reached a deadly stalemate, the stock markets took a huge hit on Black Monday in October, American politicians were gearing up for the 1988 presidential race, Baby Jessica was rescued from a well, broadcast live on CNN, and much more.
With Italy's economic struggles, thousands of job-seekers compete for government jobs. Photographer Michele Borzoni captures the impossible odds in his photo series documenting the entrance exams.
Chronicling the stories of Syrian refugees who made it to Istanbul — and thrived.
Mayor, bartender, tax collector, settler of disputes, hostess, cook — Elsie Elier fulfills a lot of roles in Monowi, Nebraska, because she's the only one who lives there.
Turkish photographer Aydın Büyüktaş creates "Inception"-esque composite images of American landscapes.
If hell exists, it might just resemble the enormous blast furnaces at TimkenSteel. The factory is bathed in a red glow, and molten steel bubbles in giant cauldrons.
Tom Kiefer’s detailed, exuberant photos of objects seized by Customs and Border Protection agents are now collected in a series titled “El Sueño Americano.”
To the Mexican government, they were lawless insurgents bent on enforcing their own brand of self-rule. To the impoverished and indigenous peoples of Chiapas, Mexico’s southernmost state, the members of the 1994 uprising were modern-day folk heroes.
Snow Canyon in Toyama is both visually stunning and quite the technical feat.
Military units in both the Allied and Axis powers used air-filled tanks and straw airplanes to deceive enemies.
The photographs were released in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by BuzzFeed News and other media, sparked by statements and tweets by Trump, which falsely claimed that more 1.5 million people attended his inauguration.
Despite how elementary class schedules are laid out, there is plenty of room for overlap between art and science. And nothing captures the delicate balance of the two disciplines better than this year's Wellcome Image Awards.
When photographer Dan Sully found himself in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, he stumbled on an unexpected Christian tradition in the Danube's frozen waters.
Before there even was a New Orleans, Mobile, Alabama, was celebrating Mardi Gras with festivities that begin in November and stretch for months.
The slums of Manila are three times as dense as Manhattan. Photographer Bernhard Lang has been documenting how overpopulated they are from above.
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