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Blizzard 2015 in Photos
Behold, a snowy slideshow!
Photos: Pope Francis Gets Celebrity Welcome in Asia
The pope took an unexpected detour to spend time with homeless, poor and mentally ill children.
Hacker Shows Fingerprints Can Be Re-created Using Photographs
"Starbug" was able to re-create the thumbprint of German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen using public photographs.
Phil Stern, Celebrity Photographer Who Made Hollywood Human, Dies at 95
From James Dean to John Wayne to Marilyn Monroe, Stern captured the real lives behind the glitz and glamour.
Photos from Syria Allegedly Show Torture, Systematic Killing
Images allegedly taken by a former military police photographer under Assad’s regime, now on display at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., could be used as evidence of crimes against humanity
When Photos Lead a Protest
Images have the power to define a moment, but do they also create them?
What to Expect When You’re Expecting… iOS 8
Here are five changes the new operating system will bring to your phone
How Someone Can Track You With a Photograph You Took
The metadata in your photographs includes a lot on information you may not realize you're sharing
Drone Photography Contest Awes From Above
The National Geographic competition highlights aerial artistry.
Photographs: Sculptures at the Bottom of the Ocean
The British-Guyanan underwater artist Jason deCaires Taylor is part of a worldwide movement of artists transforming spaces on the seafloor into underwater galleries.
Street Sellers of Nairobi
Hawking goods door to door is one of the most common trades in the African world, even in city slums