Posted On: 9:28 a.m. | November 13, 2014
Thursday's Pictures in the News begins with a view of Cathedral Rocks in Yosemite. John Muir, who saved Yosemite and helped establish the national park system, is now being debated. Muir's critics say world has changed so much since his death that he's no help to environmental movement. View Post»
Posted On: 11:15 a.m. | November 12, 2014
Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Europe, where they are celebrating the landing a spacecraft on a comet for the first time. Philae, a mobile laboratory the size of a washing machine, landed on comet 67p deep in space. View Post»
Posted On: 9:41 a.m. | November 11, 2014
Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins in London, where the ceramic poppy art installation by artist Paul Cummins entitled 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' is seen lit up before sunrise in the dry moat of the Tower of London. The finished installation will be made up of 888,246 ceramic poppies, with the final poppy being placed on Armistice Day today. Each poppy represents a British and... View Post»
Posted On: 3:46 p.m. | November 10, 2014
Long before the photographic term "selfie" entered mainstream culture to annoying effect, there was the "hip shot." Popularized by street photographers, shooting from the hip meant that the camera was discreetly placed on the hip or other chosen angle and with nary a glance through the viewfinder, pointed in the subject's direction to make a totally candid picture from a fresh and... View Post»
Posted On: 12:59 p.m. | November 10, 2014
In Monday's Pictures in the News, mourners remember a 21-year-old Army veteran who was shot and killed early Sunday morning following a dispute at a party in Sylmar that was held to celebrate his homecoming.
Triangle, Va.: Active-duty military personnel and veterans hold U.S. flags during a naturalization ceremony ahead of Veterans Day at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. The 239th... View Post»
Posted On: 6:00 p.m. | November 7, 2014
Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. This week marks the one-year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. The storm was one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded, devastating portions of Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines, killing at least 6,300 people in that country alone. View Post»
Posted On: 11:20 a.m. | November 7, 2014
The wall that once separated East from West Berlin has largely disappeared from the city. The few sections that remain stand as potent monuments to the ideological divisions of the Cold War. But 25 years after the Berlin Wall fell, some 120 parts of it can now be found in more than 40 countries, from Britain to South Africa and the United States. The Berlin Wall was built by the East German... View Post»
Posted On: 9:36 a.m. | November 7, 2014
Friday's Pictures in the News begins in the Southland, where Rocky Ramos walks with his wife and granddaughter near the location of a shallow grave where his dog, Buddy, sniffed out a human skull that turned out to be that of missing Fox executive Gavin Smith, more than two years after he went missing. View Post»
Posted On: 10:18 a.m. | November 6, 2014
Thursday's Pictures in the News begins in the United Kingdom, where A participant in costume holds aloft a torch as bonfire societies parade through the streets of Lewes in Sussex, during the traditional Bonfire Night celebrations featuring effigies of well known figures who are marched through the town before being burnt. View Post»
Posted On: 4:13 p.m. | November 5, 2014
In Wednesday's Pictures in the News, Bahraini Shiite Muslims pose for a selfie in the village of Sanabis during a ceremony marking Ashura, which commemorates the 7th century slaying of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed. Imam Hussein was killed by the army of Yazid I in 680 near Karbala, in present-day Iraq.
Norwalk: A worker counts mail-in and absentee ballots at the Los Angeles... View Post»
Posted On: 10:49 a.m. | November 4, 2014
Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins on the East Coast, where volunteers scramble to set up a last-minute polling place in Camden, Maine as Americans head to the polls today for Tuesday's midterm election. View Post»
Posted On: 12:21 p.m. | November 3, 2014
In Monday's Pictures in the News, a cyclist rides among fall colors along a field near Hanover-Wuelferode, Germany.
Beijing: A Chinese honor guard prepares to welcome the emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, at the Great Hall of the People. Qatar's emir is in China for a state visit.
Chicago: Daredevil Nik Wallenda makes his tightrope walk uphill at a 15-degree angle, from the... View Post»
Posted On: 10:30 p.m. | October 31, 2014
I have tried out plenty of different camera straps, but the miggo is the only one that changes into a padded case.
The miggo Strap & Wrap which the manufacturer says is your camera’s best amigo takes an innovative approach to holding and protecting your camera. View Post»
Posted On: 6:00 p.m. | October 31, 2014
Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. A seven week manhunt cam to an end this week in Pennsylvania, where authorities finally captured survivalist Eric Frein, who authorities say killed a Pennsylvania state trooper in an ambush outside a police barracks. View Post»
Posted On: 10:08 a.m. | October 31, 2014
Friday's Pictures in the News begins in Pomona, where Chris Lewis, slain Pomona Police SWAT Officer Shaun Diamond's partner, embraces his wife, Cynthia Lewis, as they join community members in a prayer vigil to honor Lewis' partner who died a day after being shot back of the head while serving a warrant. View Post»
Posted On: 9:48 a.m. | October 30, 2014
Thursday's Pictures in the News begins on the streets of San Francisco, where a man jumps over a burning couch in the Mission district after the San Francisco Giants beat the Kansas City Royals to win the World Series. The San Francisco Giants reign over baseball yet again, after ace Madison Bumgarner emerged from the bullpen to throw five shutout innings in a 3-2 Game 7 victory over the Kansas... View Post»