Rescue dogs, who have been essential in the search for victims of the Oso,Washington mudslide will be getting some rest after working long hours in the cold and rain. Here are some of these search dogs.
Previously unpublished work from the Josephine Herrick Project will be featured at Soho Photo Gallery April 2 to May 3 in New York. The project experimented with photography as a type of art therapy, used as a healing aid to wounded World War II veterans, both physically and psychologically.
Photographer Gaia Squarci recently spent time with Judith Malina and previewed her latest play as part of a project documenting the Living Theatre and its leader. Despite the struggles of the past year, Ms. Malina’s story is one of resilience, Ms. Squarci said.
Photographer Landon Nordeman has spent years documenting the world of dog shows, capturing images that are as much about the people who attend the events as the dogs. “Canine Kingdom,” an exhibit of Mr. Nordeman’s dog show photos, opens at The Half King in New York on Wednesday.
Every year brings aviation accidents. Whether because of pilot error or mechanical failure, the result is usually the same: death or injury to those on board or on the ground, and grieving relatives at the airport.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Monday signed into law a bill imposing harsh sentences on so-called homosexual acts. Photographer Daniella Zalcman traveled to Uganda in January to document lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights activists as they prepared for life under the impending law.
The United Nations released this photo Wednesday of Syrians waiting to receive food aid at the al-Yarmouk camp, south of Damascus. The photo is dated January 31, 2014. The Journal’s Sam Dagher has been reporting from Syria, documenting the evacuation of hundreds of children, the sick and the elderly from devastated rebel-held Syrian neighborhoods. In January, one resident told Dagher: “Let everyone out. We are eating cat and donkey meat, have mercy on us.”
Russia poked fun at itself Sunday during the Sochi Games closing ceremonies by re-enacting the snowflake malfunction that occurred Feb. 7 during the Olympics’ opening ceremonies. When a group of performers merged together to form the Olympic rings, a cluster stayed closed, leaving the icon one ring short. The performance referenced the glitch in which one of five electronic snowflakes failed to transform into a ring.
Antigovernment protesters seized the police-department building in Lviv, a Ukrainian city hundreds of miles east of Kiev, on Wednesday, as a flareup of violence turned fatal in Kiev. Photographers captured protesters storming the building.
Rubble and flattened buildings have become commonplace in the Syrian city of Aleppo, where the government again lobbed barrel bombs–or containers backed with hundreds of pounds of explosives–at rebel-held districts on Sunday. Less common, it seems, are the small reminders that life once existed here: from cups and plates, to toys and cars.
When the powerful “Xaver” storm swept through northern Germany in December, Stephanie Arndt brought her three-year-old Arabian horse Nasar inside. Since then, the horse has grown quite comfortable with the arrangement, and stays indoors.
Super Bowl 2014 rang in with an official of 82,529 at Metlife Stadium on Sunday, with another 111.5 million viewers at home. NFL’s championship football game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos topped out as the most-watched TV show in history. Below, photographer Eric Thayer documented the 12th man’s experience on assignment for The Wall Street Journal during the Seahawks’ 43-8 rout of the Broncos.