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By Adriana Zehbrauskas
I spent two years photographing a Mexico City neighborhood called Tepito, also know as El Barrio Bravo "The Fierce Neighborhood."…
By Brittney Sankofa
How I felt as a seventh-grader interviewing toothless liquor store regulars in the cold.
By Matthew Clark
This shot is all that's left of the iconic Jet Star roller coaster.
By Corinne Segal
We don’t know who took these photos, or exactly when, or why.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
“Suffering the Silence” is aimed at enabling those with chronic illness to discuss their illness publicly and on their own terms.
By Joanne Elgart Jennings
For millions of Americans who are bound to their homes with sickness or disability, the idea of strolling along the Seine in Paris or hiking the rim of a Hawaiian volcano is only a dream. But a Canadian photographer thinks…
By PBS NewsHour
A New York exhibit chronicles prominent cases of images altered by journalists and asks: If seeing is believing, how often are you, the viewer or reader, being misled? Saskia de Melker reports.
For Shirin Neshat, "art became a kind of an excuse to build a relationship, even from a distance," to her homeland and history. Neshat grew up in pre-revolutionary Iran, then came to the U.S. as a student in the 1970s…
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, what happened when a photographer who documents the lives of Hawaii's homeless learned that her own father was living on the streets of Honolulu.
On a clear night in Yosemite, only a few times each year, the full moon hits a misty spray of the highest waterfall in the park, creating a nighttime rainbow that is visible only through a camera lens. But this…
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