Coshocton, struggling with addiction and job loss, is showing signs of hope.
According to the World Press Photo Contest, that is.
Sebastião Salgado spent six years documenting migrant peoples, visiting more than 35 countries.
Can’t. Stop. Scrolling.
"I started documenting suffering and found beauty in ugliness; happiness in despair; and dreams in suffocation."
Warren Richardson's picture of a baby crossing the Hungarian border was named World Press Photo's Photo of the Year for 2015.
Sometimes, the eyes say it all.
Award-winning photojournalist Michael Chavez has just one tip for amateurs: Take a lot of photographs.
As we gear up for the weekend ahead, let us look back at the stories and photos that have moved us. Take a journey through the most impactful, breathtaking, and beautiful photographs from this past week.
These women are changing the way we understand the world by bringing their powerful images to our fingertips.
These are some of the strongest images you will see from this week in news.
Photographer Souvid Datta’s series China: The Human Price of Pollution exposes the life-threatening consequences of China's rapid growth.
A London exhibition is set to celebrate Steve McCurry's relationship with Afghanistan's people, culture and landscape.
If it happened, Reuters was there to see it. Here are some of the best images their photographers took this year.
The singer only wants the media to use pictures she pre-approves, and the National Press Photographers Association has a problem with it.
Detroit's iconic Cass Technical High School was demolished in 2011. But before it was torn down, Detroit Urbex created a ghostly tribute to what it once was.
Forty moments of pure joy from this year. Enjoy.
There are some incredibly inspiring pictures in here, but warning: Some of these may break your heart.
My father's job keeps him constantly in danger, but I'd never ask him to change it.
A moving collection of iconic photographs from the last 100 years that demonstrate the heartbreak of loss, the tremendous power of loyalty, and the triumph of the human spirit. Warning: Some of these will make you weep.