Photographer Lawrence Sumulong's project looks at the daily lives of the Bikinians whose home in the Pacific islands was devastated by years of U.S. bomb testing that has created lasting, and devastating, damage not only to the islands but to their inhabitants as well.

(Lawrence Sumulong)

Wolfgang Salazar is painting murals to bring joy to his fellow citizens.

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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are sworn in at the U.S. Capitol.

Photographer Mark Ruwedel’s new book, "Seventy-Two and One Half Miles Across Los Angeles," is a wonderous look at his hometown.

King, now revered as a modern Founding Father, was not always treated with such respect.

Brazilian photographer Gui Christ takes us into the desolate, despairing streets of a Sao Paulo neighborhood known for drug use.

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Georgia photographer Emerald Arguelles’s project “Isn't it Beautiful?” was inspired by her own experience growing up in beauty salons and barber shops.

Natsiraishe Maritsa hopes to use martial arts to fight against child marriage.

Italian photographer Marco Carmignan takes us into the Day Hospital Post-Covid-19 of the Gemelli Polyclinic in Rome, where they are studying the long-term effects of covid-19.

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The annual festival in northeast China boasts a park full of colorfully lit ice sculptures

Egyptian photographer Somaya Abdelrahman is the winner of Too Young To Wed’s inaugural Emerging Photographers Fellowship Award. She has been recognized for her work, “A Permanent Wound.”

Associated Press photographer Nariman El-Mofty takes us inside the ramifications of the conflict in Ethiopia.

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A perennial trendsetter, Mr. Cardin, who died Dec. 29 at age 98, radically transformed men's and women's fashion in the 1960s with modern designs such as the Nehru jacket and the space-race-inspired bubble dress. He redefined the field of commercial branding by licensing his name to products including toiletries, jewelry, luggage, candy, wine and wigs.

A mother's fight to save a black, mentally ill 11-year-old boy in a time of a pandemic and rising racial unrest

Ecuadoran photographer Misha Vallejo documents life with a community of indigenous people deep in the Amazon rainforest where they are fighting to preserve their way of life.

In the spirit of celebration, today on In Sight, we’re taking a look at how people around the world celebrate Christmas with Santa Claus.

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