Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Barbara Davidson looks back on 10 years with The Times
A boarding school in India saves girls from a marginalized caste from hereditary prostitution. This is a photo essay with text.
The photojournalist has compiled a book that spans 30 years of his career in street photography.
The first song Matthew Stoneman wrote in Spanish was in prison, with chains around his waist and ankles. But that first song was the beginning of the new Stoneman, otherwise known as "Mateo," the singer who would become an intimate witness to Latino life in Los Angeles through song. For eight years,...
In 1966, Bureau of Indian Affairs Commissioner Robert L. Bennett outlawed development on 1.6 million acres of desert in northeastern Arizona that was claimed by both the Navajo nation and the Hopi tribe. When the freeze ended, many residents didn't know where to begin.