The Millennials of Afghanistan Have Never Known a World Without War. So Why Are These Kids So Hopeful?
Death and destruction is always just around the corner here, yet many young Afghans are focused on the future, diving headfirst into everything from education and activism to rapping and rock.
For one hundred years, land-speed records have fallen here. Now, the question isn’t how fast they can go, but how much longer this ecological wonder will even exist.
A closer look at everyday life, far from the politics and propaganda.
In Richmond, Virginia, an overgrown cemetery had become a dreary dumpsite. Now a crew of volunteers is making sure these bygone lives don’t get lost to history.
An inventive photographer invites nine fathers to reflect on the complexities of raising a family in one of Brooklyn’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods.
Stalin Exiled These Two Sisters To Kazakhstan. A Lifetime Later, They’re Finally Breaking Their Silence.
After the Soviet ruler banished thousands of “enemies of the state” to the empire’s furthest reaches, the shame and stigma kept most quiet for decades.
After promised food assistance went AWOL, starving Filipinos took to the streets, never imagining what would happen next.
Once a rodeo sideshow, this perilous sport is now a $70-million business with cowboy superstars who take a lifetime’s worth of lickings and keep on kicking.
How a modest house in San Antonio became a lifeline for thousands of desperate refugee families.
A ceasefire was supposed to end the conflict in Ukraine last year, but in one dangerous no-man’s land the war wages on, and the hardy souls stuck in the middle constantly find new ways to survive.
After documenting their deaths from cancer, one year apart, a photographer decides it’s time to look beyond her lens and focus on the legacy Mom and Dad left behind.
As a child growing up in India, he ran away from home and joined the circus. After a freak aerial accident nearly ended his illustrious thirty-year career, he poured his life savings into one last soul-soaring hurrah.
In an age of globalized agriculture, suicides have spiked among small farmers who are drowning in debt. Survivors speak out about what’s pushing so many to the brink.