The "Sydney Skinny" in Australia, a terror attack in London, Newroz in Iraq, President Trump behind the wheel, and much more.
In the spirit of the day, I feel obligated to share some of these adorable images of pups around the world, and through the years.
Take a step into a visual time capsule, for a brief look at the year.
An unusual bout of heavy rains powered by El Niño conditions have drenched parts of Peru with 10 times more rainfall than normal.
A therapeutic greyhound in Spain, a civil defense drill in South Korea, flooding in Peru, a robot-run hotel in Japan, refugees learning curling in Canada, and much more
For six years now, Syrians have endured the loss and hardship caused by a protracted civil war.
Mount Etna, on the Italian island of Sicily, is not only the highest active volcano in Europe at 10,810 feet (3,295 meters), but is one of the most active in the world.
Images of this year's Holi festival from India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka
A pharaoh statue discovered in Egypt, a close look at Saturn’s tiny ‘ravioli’ moon, marches on International Women’s Day, colorful Holi images from India, and much more.
Six years after the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, the evacuation zone around the crippled nuclear power plant remains devoid of humans—but the boars have moved in.
For International Women’s Day 2017, a glimpse of what the workplace was like for women a century ago, in 1917
For International Women’s Day 2017, Reuters photographers around the world sought out women from many different backgrounds and cultures, and created portraits of them on the job.
The Sony World Photography Awards just announced its shortlist of winners for 2017.
About two weeks ago, Iraqi government troops began to push into the western half of ISIS-occupied Mosul, after securing the eastern side.
Volcanic eruptions in Italy, Carnival celebrations around the world, an annular solar eclipse seen in Argentina, and much more.
The editors of Smithsonian magazine have just announced the finalists in their 14th annual photo contest, selected from more than 48,000 entries sent in from 146 countries.
In the 1930s, Roy Stryker, head of the Information Division of the Farm Security Administration, used an unusual and destructive technique to “kill” unwanted photos—punch a hole right through the negative.
Carnival season is under way across Europe and the Americas.
Photographs of Melissa Eich, a speech pathologist in Charlottesville, Virginia, taken by her husband Matt Eich
Flooding in California, unrest at town hall meetings across the U.S., the Naked Man Festival in Japan, continued fighting in Iraq and Syria, the end of a long-term protest in North Dakota, horse racing on a frozen Swiss lake, and much more.