He took memorable photographs of the civil rights movement for The Birmingham News. But behind the scenes he was building dubious relationships with law enforcement.
Instead of its traditional list of destinations, the Travel desk asked readers about locales with special meaning to them.
A world upended means taking a radically different approach to an annual tradition. This year we asked readers to nominate their most beloved spots.
A photo retrospective of how the pandemic changed the business world and ruptured the economy in 2020 — creating some winners and, tragically, too many losers.
Parteras y médicos batallan para ayudar a las mujeres a parir de manera segura en los días sombríos de la pandemia.
This was the year of the empty seat at the table. We spent Thanksgiving with seven families who lost relatives to Covid.
Midwives and doctors struggle to help women give birth safely during the grim days of the pandemic.
Influencers and street-style photographers changed the fashion ecosystem, creating an entirely new way of selling fantasy. Then came a pandemic.
The Year in Pictures project is an annual celebration of photojournalism. In 2020, photographers were living what they captured.
In a world where life changed seemingly overnight, photographers transformed how they worked, trading intimacy for distance. This is what they captured.
Few places have been hit by the coronavirus the way a stretch of Queens was last spring. A group of Times journalists built something to help us remember that.