'The Crown' depicts royal school photo call criticized by Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle said if had remained in Britain, photographers would have turned up at school drop-off and added: "I have a problem with that."
1932 Photo Showing Menorah Under Nazi Flag Resurfaces During Hanukkah
"'Death to Judah' so the flag says, 'Judah will live forever,' so the light answers," Rachel Posner wrote in German on the back of the photograph.
Climate Change Threatens Peru's Traditions
Photographer Dan Kitwood spent time at the festival in Peru, where pilgrims are forced to give up a centuries-old tradition due to climate change.
Photos of the Month: 50 Images That Defined May 2018
We've rounded up the 50 most spectacular photos of the past month, including a fiery Tesla crash, Real Madrid's Champions League victory and a terrifyingly realistic robot.
Every World Press Photo Winner: 60 Powerful Images
Since 1955, the Dutch-based World Press Foundation holds an annual contest that recognizes a photo that is not only visually stunning but also represents an issue or situation of journalistic importance.
World Press Photo of the Year Winners
A striking image of a Venezuelan protester engulfed by flames has won the 2018 World Press Photo of the Year Contest.
Pictures of the Week
The most powerful, most beautiful and most unusual photos of the week.
A Tale of Two North Koreas
Life in the poverty-stricken villages North Korea's rural heartland, a world far from the gleaming skyscrapers in the showpiece capital.
See All of the Best Photos of the Week
Donald Trump puts his hand on Mike Pence's knee, Hope Hicks, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton and more.
Sony World Photography Awards Professional Shortlist
Everything from our obsession with wealth to the Rohingya refugee crisis to quirky shots of dogs and their owners—there's something for everyone.
The Powerful Work of War Photographer Chris Hondros
"The problem with war photography is that there is absolutely no way to do it from a distance. You have to be close."
In Pictures: Venezuelans' Mass Exodus Into Colombia
Border officials estimate as many as 4,000 people cross illegally from Venezuela into Colombia every day.
The Week's Best Photojournalism
See the week's best photojournalism, from the Winter Olympics to the Florida shooting protests.
Mike Mandel's 'Good 70s' Photo Show Is Honest—And Fun
Mike Mandel's photography, now on exhibit in San Francisco, is a reminder of the joy art can inspire.
Magnum Photographer Abbas Looks in on Hinduism
Abbas talks to Newsweek about his latest book, 'Gods I've Seen: Travels Among Hindus.'
The Wide, Weird World of Sports
Photojournalist Sol Neelman trains his camera on the odd side of competition.
Quora Question: Military Photographer Tells His Story
Military photographer reveals what the military thinks of photojournalists and what sort of training he had to do to get his job.
Quora: Military Photographer's Memorable Moments
The Rwandan refugee crisis, the 50th annivesaries of D-Day and Victory Day are among Roland Gomez's most notable professional memories.
Witness to Genocide: Looking Back at the Bosnian War
A photojournalist reflects on Bosnia 20 years after the end of the Bosnian War.
How the Aylan Kurdi Pictures Fit Into the History of World-Changing Images
The instantly iconic photograph of a drowned 3-year-old refugee arrives at a time of soul-searching in the photojournalism world.
Eight Photojournalists Recall the Aftermath of Hurrican
Images of horror, hope and humanity brought home the scope of the storm's devastation.
Photos of Landmark Africa Rape Trial Garner Prize
Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi will receive the Humanitarian Visa d'or award.
Looking Back at Photojournalist Mary Ellen Mark's Storied Career
Mark, known for her powerful images that highlighted the day-to-day life of marginalized communities, died May 26, 2015.