Over the last four years, The New York Times staff photographer Josh Haner has been documenting with stills and video the effects of climate change around the world. A selection of his work about climate
MARACAIBO, Venezuela — Zimbabwe’s collapse under Robert Mugabe. The fall of the Soviet Union. Cuba’s disastrous unraveling in the 1990s. The crumbling of Venezuela’s economy has now outpaced them all.
Liu Heung Shing looked outside the car window: an imposing portrait of Mao Zedong had disappeared from the east side of Tiananmen Square. It was 1981. Mao loomed large that year as people gathered to the
When he died on Sept. 11, 2001, Roko Camaj became the patron saint of window cleaners. You can see him in this image from The New York Times archive, a squeegee in his right hand, a sponge in his left.
Like anyone confronting adolescent angst and awkwardness, Matt DeFeo wanted to be himself, even if friends and neighbors weren’t quite sure what to make of him. He yearned to be where he didn’t have to
This is what the photographer Lee Friedlander found when he moved to New York in the mid-1950s. In the 50-plus years since, Mr. Friedlander, 84, has dedicated his life to chronicling the elements of American