The holdout homes are a symbol of underdog defiance of wealth and power.
The nation loves its Eiffel Tower, Great Sphinx, and White House. The reason is more complicated than you might think.
A new photojournalism project documents the quiet spread of these maligned predators into cities.
A trio of photographers showcase the beauty of the city by scaling its skyscrapers.
Two artists tell the story of the Egyptian capital and its residents through photos of rickety old sidewalk chairs.
Janet Delaney's "South of Market" series documents an early wave of the city's transformation—in the 1970s.
In a megacity in desperate need of better planning, activists are calling for a more sustainable future for the Mumbai Port.
The City Lost and Found explores a turbulent time in the U.S. by looking to the country's three largest cities.
Photographer Tim Franco captures the massive urbanization of Chongqing, which has been described as "the biggest city you've never heard of" and "China's Detroit."
Photographer William Meyers documented ordinary life outside Manhattan in the 1990s and 2000s.
The MTA now says the new 7 train station will open this summer.
A new exhibit, "Making Africa," showcases the continent's modern—and influential—creative class.
In these captivating photos, a mother and her kittens chow down on a deer in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Fires have been spreading in close proximity to the city since Sunday.
These surreal photos use as many as 36 different shots taken throughout the day.
With its second annual Biennale, Dharavi finds itself being taken seriously as an arts destination.
Carol M. Highsmith is out to create a comprehensive visual record of the U.S.—and she's donating it all.
A photographer spent years watching heavy machinery hurl MTA cars into the Atlantic.
A new exhibit recalls when the photographer Weegee turned his lens on the audience.