'Crystal Violets' isn't just a stripper name anymore.
This week's photos are named after a term* in Taiwan, which Tao's mom says she first heard on TV, for people who seem unable to stop looking at their phones while in public.
Russia is a very different place that it used to be.
Stay safe, Boston. We're all in awe.
A new camera reveals what snow looks like in freefall for the first time.
This is one of the most fascinating interactions we've seen.
Perhaps this feeling–of being overcome by the vastness of space as well as the triumph of human civilization–is what awes us about satellite images of cities at night.
In this cub's home of India's Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, the local population is actually on the rise.
'Groups of Women, Three or Four at a Time, Grabbed Each Other by Their Hands, and Plunged off the Building'
They hit the pavement just like rain, a stunned fire chief would later testify.
They pounded his head into the table, cuffed him, and dragged him from the room. Weev's friends sprang to their feet. This is the cruel trick of seeing a loved one handcuffed. You want to protect them. You can't.
The United Arab Emirates show us all how high tech solar gets done right.
I hate my life and I'm quitting journalism.
Considering the horrors relayed by former prisoners, that expansion is a sad thing to see.
It's dozens of miles from the closest road, and even farther from the nearest village. And it's getting bigger.
I wish I could say "Hurricane Sandy developed this guy's film," or some such punched-up header, but as whimsically dream-like as these images are, that likely isn't the case.
'But Does It Float' is a Tumblr-esque art website described as "an ongoing visual conversation" among creatives. The four-year-old site is reminiscent of the kind of imagery your old college weed dealer had tacked on his dorm walls.