These before and after photos show Vincent Wittenberg and Wladimir Manshanden's unique appreciation for a utilitarian photo archive.
Franken apologized; Roy Moore didn't. Why? The power of the image.
Bigfooters flocked to the town of Willow Creek, California last month to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the infamous Patterson-Gimlin footage.
The gas giant's got swirls for days.
Rice remains one of China's oldest and most important industries, even as the nation pushes innovation in things like solar power to electric cars.
Hector Guerrero has traveled more than 1,000 miles documenting Mexico's tallest volcanoes and the people and landscape surrounding them.
Photographer Sadegh Souri followed them on seven dangerous treks to the border.
The agency's HERA program is designed to study the psychological effects of space travel.
From millions of miles to billions of light years away, this week's space photos are far out, man.
A 747 has about 35,000 flights in it.
The Long March wasn’t fun. But for some, reenacting it sure is.
Let's get lunar.
The National Wildlife Property Repository outside Denver is a wealth of horrors.
Gregor Sailor captured almost two dozen fake urban landscapes for his fascinating new photography book.
For the first time in human history and modern science, researchers have detected ripples in spacetime produced by the violent impact of two dense neutron stars
Nature is much spookier when you see it up close—especially when it includes bug sex.
Photographer Ulla Lohmann has taken plenty of naps inside the Benbow crater of Vanuatu.
There are 8,000 miles in the famed highway network—and each of them has a story.
This week, Mars rules the space photos.
The fires in northern California have consumed more than 200,000 acres since Sunday.
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