In some of the week's most moving images, brides await a ceremony, a polar bear cub romps, and Niagara freezes
An award-winning photographer captures the tragedy and promise of some of the Congo's youngest war survivors
Hint: More clothes, fewer beads
Take a tour of the Black Sea paradise at the center of the Ukraine-Russian standoff
In some of the week's most stirring images, fireworks light up the sky, marines search the tunnels of "El Chapo," and police clash with rioters
A San Francisco project inspires students to shoot the world as they see it
Rania Matar's mesmerizing photographs attempt to answer the question of what it means to be a woman
50 years ago, Muhammad Ali became the heavyweight champion of the world
A photographer captures the heart of his city
In some of the week's most amazing images, a skier flips through the air, bobsledders tuck in for a run, and Canada's flag flies victorious
Though really, who among us has not donned a Viking helmet or full Elvis regalia at a sporting event?
Multiple-exposure cameras capture the split seconds that separate victory from defeat
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