Associated Press photographer Bernat Armangue takes inside the Spanish opera house as it continues to put on shows amidst the covid-19 pandemic.

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Santa ? or one of his look-alike helpers ? has been making appearances leading up to his busiest day of the year.

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Photographer Debi Cornwall's "Necessary Fictions" visits military bases across the United States where mock villages have been created to help train soldiers in the scenarios they will encounter once deployed on missions in war zones like Afghanistan and Iraq.

Photographer Vito Finocchiaro's photos whisk us away from our own reality and plunge us into a world drenched in tradition.

British photographer and writer Lewis Bush’s project “Latent Labour” takes a fascinating look at how our presence sticks around on the items we shop for.

When Jalal Shamsazaran photographed his father’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease, he did it with the expectation that he might, one day, experience it himself.

Working the politics beat in D.C. requires exquisite timing, patience and a thorough knowledge of who’s who in the political world. Photographer Mark Wilson had all of that and proved it over and over again.

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Danish photographer Lasse Bak Mejlvang became interested in homelessness in the United States while on assignment in California. When he had another assignment in Seattle, he contacted organizations working with the homeless, and they invited him to stay in one of their camps.

Elke Lemmens creates miniature scenes to go inside holes in buildings for removing dirt from boots.

Photographer Linnea Bullion has found inspiration for her self-portraits from her suburban upbringing, sharing with us her sense of humor and eclectic wardrobe.

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Photographer Ben Brody's new book examines his role in both creating propaganda and trying to subvert it.

Leonard Freed's seminal book, "Black in White America," gets revamped and republished. It's as relevant as ever.

Three toys take their place into the collection at the Strong National Museum of Play.

Photographer Ira Meyer has been visiting Antarctica since 1991, drawn back by the beauty of the icy continent.

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Photographer Jorge Vargas worked with his family to create whimsical portraits of his daughters during their time in quarantine in Argentina.

After taking a photo workshop, American Civil Liberties Union lawyer Jeff Jacobson began a career in photography.

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