Brash, bold and bisexual, Daniel Saynt is an only-in-New-York success story.
A Turkish bath session made me realize covering up isn't about concealing.
In South Africa thousands of boys are initiated into manhood each year, but all too often they lose far more than they gain.
In 1939, Tiger Jack Fox got his first and only shot at the title, and lost it thanks to black magic, a woman with a razor blade, and a manager with a knack for hypnosis.
Even as he approaches old age and his sport falls into decline, this intestines-eating, sorcery-conjuring "Man of Great Power" still dominates the ring.
When tourism boomed in Ushuaia, Argentina — the world’s southernmost city — displaced locals occupied land in the forest. As development continues to encroach, these renegade residents are more determined than ever to hold onto what they believe is rightfully theirs.
During the Cold War, at a single facility, the British military covertly produced enough chemical weapons to kill every person on earth five times over — and in the process dozens of their own were left dead.
To understand the drug that has shaped my country's history, I set my fear aside and got to work.
The brutal bloodsport Lethwei has caught fire — so much that parents are putting their kids in the ring.
An eye-opening afternoon at The Chateau, with the fast-growing, feline sub-sect of the adult role-playing universe.
A team of ambitious ecologists is trying to rid these freezing South Atlantic islands of vermin to save their rarest bird. But are they attempting the impossible?
After a series of military experiments devastated their homeland, Marshall Islands residents were permitted to immigrate to the U.S. But they didn’t know their American dream came with a catch.
Albert Okura lives and breathes the legend of Ray Kroc — he even bought the first McDonald's location — and he won't stop until his own franchise is a household name.
When hundreds of young women were sent off to brothels, factories and eager husbands across the Chinese border, a local children’s foundation hatched a heroic rescue plan.
As Trump’s wall threatens to become a reality, four Mexicans deported under Obama watch their hopes of returning slip away.
In 1958, thousands of Chinese citizens were sent to brutal labor camps where life was hell and leaving was impossible — but that didn't stop one man from trying. Half a century later, his long lost story is finally told.
The mysterious case of the first female US District Attorney, and the morbid murder investigation that put her on the map.
Covering the school shooting was the most important work I’ve done as a journalist. My photos are the furthest thing from fake news.
When I learned that my childhood crush had been on a "Most Wanted" list before being killed, I had to learn the rest of the story.
Yes, it’s really a sport, and it really changed my life.