year in photos
Angry women will change the world.
And one last look at 2015.
2014 was a year of momentous global developments. Old borders were erased and new conflicts erupted. Established leaders
Welcome to our special edition of "Moving Image," a roundup of the best photos from around the world this year. The following
During a time when "twerking" eclipsed coverage of the war in Syria, and our government literally stopped working over the Affordable Care Act, we wanted to tap into the power of photographs to tell the stories and illustrate both the important and the absurd.
This year, we lost everyone from Hollywood greats to political giants. Ahead, we say goodbye to those who left a cultural
Who would have thought a Canadian politician, what a fox might say, and a croissant-donut hybrid would occupy our cultural
This year, the arts world saw hundreds of gallons of rain fall without touching those beneath it, while a few drops of acid
Each of these photos -- some straight from the newswire, some bobbing to the surface via social media -- represent a deeper kernel of disclosure, novelty or poignancy about the year's top stories.