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Christa Olson Photo April 29, 2019

How Climate Change is and isn’t Fueling the U.S. Border Crisis: These Pictures aren’t that Simple

With all the visual attention given to the "caravan," how powerful to see mass migration also depicted by people taking hold of a place.

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Politics Photo April 22, 2019

The Barr Code: Why the Mueller Redactions Went Viral

The Barr version of the Mueller Report confirms Trump’s lasting legacy as a black out.

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Katie Irwin Photo April 18, 2019

Louisiana Church Fires in the Shadow of All Else

The Louisiana church fires have been largely overlooked. Edmund Fountain's powerful parishioner portrait calls out: "We are here!"

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Culture Focus Photo April 13, 2019

The Black Hole Picture: Ultimately, the Viral Image is More a Reflection of Ourselves

If we really can’t see a black hole, the next best thing is a picture we find familiar.

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Video April 11, 2019

Chatting the Pictures: The Black Hole, In Trump’s Eye, Viral Sudan: A Most Visual Week

This week, our Chatting the Pictures webcast looks at the mania over the black hole, the media in Trump’s eyeball, and the viral photo of a female protester in Sudan.

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Photography Challenge: Straddling Female Stereotypes as Women Become Marines

How well does Lynsey Addario’s New York Times boot camp story stand up in the age of #MeToo?

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International Focus Photo April 1, 2019

The Meaning of Roseanne Barr in Jerusalem

How Hollywood star power negotiates a career fallout by heading to the Holy Land.

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