We’ve not posted any pictures for a while, so we thought we’d take a look at some who have been in front of the camera more frequently.
Erosion of the spillways at California’s Oroville Dam cause the emergency evacuation of nearly 200,000 people
In repeated events yesterday the White House proved to once again be thin-skinned in the face of criticism and challenge.
Bella’s mommy brought her along to Sunday’s shoot and we had a bit of fun.
In moments of crisis and worry, we need to be able to see the beauty that exists, the beauty found in other people.
Each new day brings more presidential orders against humanity. His aim is to wear us down. Our aim is to #StayOutraged
If it’s not the truth, it’s a lie. However, some people seem to have difficulty telling the difference. Perhaps this mini gallery will help.
Spanish police arrested 75 people in bringing down an art theft ring trafficking in looted antiquities. This just begs to be made into a movie.
The wild west is still alive in Texas where one person is killed during the robbery of a mall jewelry store.
Weekend weather proved deadly as 18 people were killed in tornadoes that rolled across the Southeast leveling everything in their path.
Want to escape today’s inaugural activities and whatever might immediately follow? Try living in a dome atop an active volcano for eight months.
As Jenn King and her family prepare to move to Texas, we take a brief look back at some of our favorite photos.
The CIA issued new rules for how it collects and handles information regarding US citizens, the first update to the rules since 1982.
An avalanche caused by earthquakes destroyed a popular hotel/spa in central Italy. At least 30 people are missing and rescuers are getting no response.
The Congressional Budget Office says 18 million people could be without insurance coverage. But wait, they’re talking about last year’s legislation.
The president-elect’s attempts to bully American allies in Europe is being met with strong resistance and could have economic consequences.
We normally think of California as being hot and dry, but up around Sacremento they actually have too much water, requiring drastic actions.
Oxfam released a report this morning showing that the world’s 8 richest people hold more wealth than half the world’s population. Can anything be done?
Okay, I give up. This whole 5 Things You Should Know concept isn’t working. So, this is the last one for now. As if you care.
We’re international today with stuff from Germany, China, Iceland, and the EU taking top spots in our 5 Things You Should Know. Then, there’s the fried chicken.
If you’re waking up this morning thinking that this week should be over, you’re not alone. It’s only Wednesday, though, so here’s what you should know.
The iPhone turns 10 while the water is rising across Northern California and Yahoo is getting a name change. Welcome to 5 things you should know.
From the #GoldenGlobes and #MerylStreep to bad weather and terrorist attacks in Israel, we have 5 Things You Should Know for this Monday.
When we start talking about ways to increase color, too often we reach for the saturation slider. Here are ten photos who find other ways.
Kodak has announced they’re bringing back Ektachrome film later this year. Should you buy some or emulate the effect digitally? Maybe neither.