Washington, a lively American metropolis, has a daily commute that is consistently ranked among the most challenging in the country. Washington Post staff photographer Matt McClain was drawn to this sometimes-lonely
For nearly a decade, the photographer John Moore has traversed the Mexico-United States border, covering the story of immigration from all sides — American, Mexican, immigrant and border agent. His depiction
No foreign photographer spent more time in Vietnam than Horst Faas, who oversaw photographers in Saigon for The Associated Press, who was based there from 1962 until late 1970 and then regularly returned
GLOUSTER, Ohio — At first, the experiment didn’t have a name. Right after the election, Erik Hagerman decided he’d take a break from reading about the hoopla of politics. Donald Trump’s victory shook Badly.
The Tet Offensive: 50 years later, photographs and memories still haunt Vietnam War photographer Don McCullin
Don McCullin, a British conflict photographer for nearly six decades, was knighted in 2016 in recognition of his work. He wrote the following essay for The Washington Post’s Outlook section in conjunction
Conflict photographer Chris Hondros, working for Getty Images, covered major events from the attacks of September 11 through the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the civil war in Liberia, and the chaos of
A powerful nor'easter rocks New England, International Women's Day observed worldwide, a pony in Norway, flooding in Australia, sunbathing in Saint Petersburg, Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade,
It’s the end of July in a place known as “The Ultimate Rocky Mountain Hideout,” the tiny town of Carbondale, Colo., tucked beneath the soaring mountains just north of Aspen. Winter sports and the cold
As the sun set along the widened expanses of the St. Johns River, Palatka Mayor Terrill Hill grabbed a cooler filled with beer and climbed aboard the Pride of Palatka. Inside the red-and-white riverboat
Calla Kessler is a photojournalism intern at The Washington Post. In July, she photographed a boxing match held at the Sphinx Club in downtown Washington, where she spent most of the evening with the of
See winning photographs from the fourth annual Dronestagram contest. Photographers across the globe are taking to the sky, using drones to capture eye-catching images not so easily documented once before.
John G. Morris, a renowned picture editor who left an indelible stamp on photojournalism from World War II through the Vietnam War, died on Friday at a hospital near his home in Paris. He was 100. His
Thousands of migrants are fleeing the United States for Canada via a remote back road in upstate New York. The Canadians arrest the migrants as soon as they step across the border from the United States.
Over the past year, South Korea was rocked by political scandal, resulting in the ousting of disgraced president Park Geun-hye. A Korean-American photographer takes us inside this historic moment with
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