The nonprofit group Heritage for Peace's preliminary findings show 104 historic religious buildings, museums and archaeological sites have been destroyed or damaged.
Visual artists are fighting back against unauthorized uses of AI on their work by using tools that contaminate and confuse the AI systems. One tool, for example, can make AI think a dog is a cat.
The winning photographs star different species from around the world, all highlighting the interplay between animals and humans. The two grand titles went to shots of a horseshoe crab and barn owls.
Researchers were curious if artificial intelligence could fulfill the order. Or would built-in biases short-circuit the request? Let's see what an image generator came up with.
As a crisis continues to grip Venezuela, millions of its citizens have fled to Colombia and the city of Medellín, where many find a progressive reputation little more than an empty promise.
"It's like you feel a presence in the photograph," says Philip Bermingham. The striking image he captured became the U.S. Postal Service's reference for the new stamp.
Deadline for a government shutdown looms. Health care workers at Kaiser Permanente near a nationwide walkout. The parents of the founder of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX face their own legal troubles.
We asked photographers around the world to make pictures of how the locals cope with this year's record heat. They created some really cool images.
For the first time, the Museum of Modern Art showcases current West African photographers. The exhibit depicts the colonial past, beautiful beaches and boisterous protests of the Nigerian city.
What started as a childhood fascination has developed into a photographic project where I explore identity and Blackness through the characters I portray.
A rice field, a playground, piles of garbage — cameras from above cast a lens at earthly images with surprising, even dazzling results. Here are some of the winners from the 2023 Drone Photo Awards.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Paul McCartney about his book of photographs from the time the Beatles first visited the United States.
It is the 7th anniversary of the death of NPR photographer David GIlkey, who was killed by a grenade attack while on assignment in Afghanistan. His colleagues talk about his life and work.
Through her work, photographer Arin Yoon re-examines her connection to the U.S., reconsidering histories while exploring her connection to the landscape, her children and their past and future selves.
The exhibition focuses on the complicated, often forgotten history of racial segregation and public pools.