Photographer Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky's fascinating study of an Empire from 1909 to 1915.
Photographing the Communist state is an incredibly rare opportunity. One photographer explains what it's like to capture images in one of the world's most secretive countries.
For several months in early 1968, Czechoslovakians reveled in newly won freedoms. Then Soviet troops invaded.
Revered as the ultimate symbol of cool since it was first introduced in March 1964, the Mustang has managed to evolve with the times and, today, remains just as relevant as it was in the '60s. Here, a look back at the iconic American car through the years.
In 1965, the Starman was simply a Manish Boy.
It's been called "the heist of the century": In the early morning hours of August 8, 1963, a gang of 15 masked men robbed a Royal Mail train on its route from Glasgow to London. The bandits made off with £2.6 million — today's equivalent of $53.3 million.
display of pugilism so brutal that the bouts rarely go the distance and the fighters seldom escape without damage, bare-knuckle boxing can be hard to look at.
A photographer talks about the dangers and rewards of capturing firestorms.
Meet the boy — and the real stuffed animals — behind "Winnie the Pooh."
On the Rolling Stones frontman's 75th birthday, FOTO presents glimpses from the early years of a rock icon's life and loves.
"Sprawled over 160 acres at Anaheim, California, 23 miles southeast of Los Angeles, it is easily the most lavish amusement park on earth… Uncle Walt packs his new park with the stuff children's dreams are made on."
As in any conflict, the combatants in World War I required manpower — and money. Making propaganda posters about the war being waged was a way to ensure a steady supply of both. Here, a collection of some of the most striking art from that era.
Druids, pagans, and partiers, of course, but also dancers and twirlers, horn-blowers and bubble-blowers, and drum-circle types.
Each World Cup produces its share of inspiring, controversial, emotional, and ultimately unforgettable moments. Ahead of the 2018 World Cup, here are our picks for some of the most stunning ones ever captured by the camera.
Well beyond run-of-the-mill red-card behavior, there are a select, highly egregious moments which live on in the soccer hall of infamy
The Invasion of Normandy, an event forever pictured in black and white, presented here in color.
Rarely seen color photographs of the Great War provide a glimpse into life behind the lines and at the front.
One fan's raw, thrilling pictures from England's first-ever rock festival.