The soldiers wear 7-pound shoes and stand motionless for more than 100 hours a month.
Photographer Jen DuMars gives viewers a day-to-day look at life in Charles Village.
Gripping photos show what decades of segregation looked like in Nelson Mandela's home country.
The 6-lane route has no lack of storefronts or homes, but it's not a place you'd want to spend much time.
Memorials and tributes to the South African icon, from Soweto to Brooklyn.
Photographer Janol Apin shoots playful scenes along the platforms.
There's a good chance the team you cheer started in a different city with a different name.
He'll be calling in to Washington, D.C.'s crude "The Sports Junkies" show.
Enjoy a $230 dinner while strapped in 150 feet above ground.
Officials say it's safe for workers to return to Sao Paulo's Itaqueraro, which will host the World Cup.
Nick DiMaio has spent years thinking about and documenting dying retails models around the country.
Getting to the Patricia in British Columbia involves a complicated combination of cars and ferries.
Over 100,000 people gathered to decry the government's sudden decision to pull out of an EU free trade deal.
City roads were ripped open, cars toppled, and apartment windows shattered.
In the wake of the Kennedy assassination, Dallas was reviled as a hotbed for right wing agitators. Was the reputation deserved?
Photographer Loren Smith captures the region's endless diversity and growth.
Chris Maggio's discerning eye (and sense of humor) shows us a world many photographers would rather not.
The audience wore wireless headphones inside Union Station to experience Invisible Cities.
One photographer lines up images of Dallas on its darkest day with his own photographs from today.