What dismantling 10 years of war in Afghanistan looks like.
A Yazidi family, safe for now, takes temporary shelter in Northern Iraq along the border with Syria.
Gaza and Israel hold fire for 72 hours; a massive earthquake hits China; and clashes resume in Kiev.
Dutch photographer Claire Felicie lived with the Xukuru in Brazil for five weeks, documenting the tribe in both their contemporary clothes and traditional Xukuru dress.
With Nelson Mandela's death, a look back at the South African leader's legendary life -- in his own words.
Every fall, a small band of nomadic Indian traders descend on Rajasthan's great camel bazaar to sell their herd and buy new stock.
By ship across the Red Sea or by camel caravan across the desert, incredible turn-of-the-century images of the world's greatest pilgrimage.
As if the murderous LRA leader Joseph Kony weren’t bad enough, now he’s poaching elephants.
Photos of U.S. forces training the men now responsible for winning America's longest war.
Exclusive photos of the block-by-block battle for the biggest prize in Syria's biggest city.
A year after the Kony 2012 campaign became a viral sensation, war correspondent David Axe and illustrator Tim Hamilton capture the long, dysfunctional crusade to take down Joseph Kony in graphic-journalism form.
How Afghanistan has changed for the better after more than a decade of war.
What if the world's most notorious villains -- real and imagined -- teamed up?