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Living in Ruins: Portraits from Gaza

In Gaza, life persists amid the rubble

11/17/14 11:02AM

Japanese photographer Q. Sakamaki recently traveled to Khan Yunis, a city in southern Gaza, to document the aftermath of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which ended in a ceasefire on August 26. Sakamaki found many Gazans displaced by the Israeli shelling still living in the ruins of their homes without assistance. read more

This Week in Pictures: Nov. 8-14

11/14/14 10:20AM

Americans observe Veteran's Day, two window washers are rescued at One World Trade Center, and Ferguson braced for violence leading up to a grand jury decision. read more

UNFRAMED - Ellis Island

Ellis Island brought back to life

11/12/14 11:35AM

It's been more than 60 years since the public roamed the halls of the Ellis Island Hospital. Now, the abandoned structures are now being brought back to life. read more

25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall

11/09/14 09:29AM

Sunday marks the 25th anniversary to the fall of the Berlin Wall, when Germans East and West rushed to the climb over the barriers and become united once again. read more

Cat behind a glass pane waits to be let in

This Week in Pictures: Nov. 1-7

11/07/14 10:45AM

The GOP gains control of Congress after midterm elections; New York hosts the largest marathon in the world; and conflict continues to rock the Middle East. read more

The collapse of Burkina Faso

10/31/14 01:46PM

The president of Burkina Faso stepped down after 27 years, in the wake of mass protests against suggestions he'd extend his rule. read more

Femen Protest at Iranian Embassy in Berlin

This Week in Pictures: Oct. 25-31

10/31/14 11:44AM

The last of U.S. Marines and British combat forces leave Afghanistan, lava threatens residents on Hawaii's Big Island, the government of Burkina Faso collapses. read more

In Drones We Trust

Watching You, Watching Me: How surveillance affects modern life

10/30/14 11:43AM

We are being watched. Governments, corporations and hackers track our movements and activities, both online and in the real world. The artists who contributed to "Watching You, Watching Me," a new exhibition from the Open Society Foundation, use photographs, satellite images, surveillance cameras, drones, and more to examine the... read more

Aerial view of George Foreman on canvas during count by referee Zach Clayton after round 8 knockout by Muhammad Ali at Stade du 20 Mai in Kinshasa, Zaire on Oct. 30, 1974.

Remembering 'Rumble in the Jungle,' Muhammad Ali's most famous fight

10/29/14 11:28AM

Four decades ago, Muhammad Ali disproved the doubters with a historic win in "The Rumble in the Jungle," arguably the most famous fight of his legendary boxing career. At 32, Ali was considered washed up in some circles, his greatest victories long behind him. read more