“A Disaster Prompted by Economic Activity”
Brazil’s mining dam disaster, the worst in the country’s history, will continue to cause irreparable environmental damage for years.
“A Crime Against Humanity of Extraordinary Proportions”Indonesia’s fires are an environmental catastrophe and a climate change nightmare.
Love Letters, a Toothbrush, a BibleThe stories told by the personal objects of immigrants who died illegally crossing the border.
Greece in CrisisPhotos from a nation struggling with closed banks, empty ATMs, rumors and uncertainty
Photos From Friday’s Hostage Situation in Paris Standoff outside a kosher supermarket and a printing plant where the Charlie Hebdo suspects and others took people hostage.
People’s Climate March in PhotosHundreds of thousands of marchers took to the streets of NYC in the largest climate rally in history.
The Lady With “the Look”Photos of Lauren Bacall (1924–2014), the sultry star of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
On the BarricadesThe streets of Kiev turned violent as Ukrainians stood up to a dictatorship in the making.
Then and Now: The Assassination of JFKCapturing present-day photos of the iconic scenes of JFK’s assassination.
In MemoriamAfter the disappearance of the Mexican students, only art could give voice to a nation in mourning.
The Slatest Week in PicturesA pilgrimage in Nepal, elections in Athens, war in Syria, fashion in Paris, and trash heaps in China.
Photos From France Following the Attack on Charlie HebdoParisians gather in solidarity at Place de la République to remember those who were killed.
Amazing Images From Hong Kong’s Umbrella RevolutionHong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters take to the streets, with firm grips on their rights and their umbrellas.
Photos of the Protests in FergusonDemonstrators are confronted by tear gas, rubber bullets, and a militarized police force.
The Week in PhotosFrom Hong Kong’s memorial to Tiananmen Square, to U.S. guards in Afghanistan, an overview of the week’s top international news stories.
Super Typhoon Haiyan Devastates PhilippinesMore than 10,000 dead following one of the strongest storms in recorded history