The children of the caravan, a look inside the scrap yards sending copper to China and how hip-hop learned to pose in front of the camera.
This stunning image of ginormous, swirling clouds was taken by NASA's Juno spacecraft during a close flyby.
After 48 years of immortalizing Hollywood legends, one of the world's last film painters is now partially blind but vows to continue "until I can no longer see."
Designed by the architects at Mecanoo, these mobile work spaces look downright utopian.
The eight Peruvian immigrants who work as shepherds on the S. Martinez ranch have a colossal job: keep the 4,000 animals safe from predators so their wool can be harvested in the spring for companies like Pendleton, Woolrich, and Patagonia.
In the city’s outlying areas, Latino teenagers are shaping a new music scene.
Liberty City is one of the most culturally rich parts of Miami, and a place that tourists are unlikely to ever see. In 2016, I visited Liberty Square – the area’s largest housing development – to understand where the local community was heading. I returned in 2018 to expand my research outside of the housing project... Read more »
America's national parks are increasingly bearing the burden of climate change, as rising temperatures and new weather patterns create mega blazes. A report from the burn zone.
When a father learns about his chronic heart condition, he decides to take his seven-year-old son backpacking in New Hampshire.
From above, the textured landscape can be almost abstract.
In the ’80s, Mike Seaborne captured the people and places that made up the Isle of Dogs community – long before the world of global finance set up camp.
A Deep Learning based project for colorizing and restoring old images - jantic/DeOldify
Oaxaca welcomes spirits home with "bread of the dead," 36 teenagers show us their generation and the hilarious logic of monorail cats.
From the perspective of today's young music fan, the most unfathomable aspect of the past might be that we were once starved for images.
Today at 11:10 AM local time, Google staffers around the world walked out to demand an end to harassment and discrimination at the tech giant.
Photographer Jane Hilton has spent her career seeking out the most fascinating people she can find. It's a quest that's led her to the old wild west, where the lives of mavericks – from working girls to bull riders – are never quite what they seem.
I asked dozens of people, and they had plenty of thoughts.
A photo of the man who fired Van Gogh, an inside look into the dark world of frat culture and what it's like living beneath the ground of an Australian desert.
Hubble captures the Ghost of Cassiopeia, the Cat's Paw Nebula and a galaxy with a bright heart.
A treehouse made of transparent glass, an espresso machine powered by a V12 engine and other coolest design of the week.
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