How 6 female photojournalists saw the world — according to their photographs for Life magazine

See some of the photographs — taken by Margaret Bourke-White and five other women — that are featured in a New-York Historical Society exhibition

Listen, the only people who enjoy looking at vacation photos are the people who took them

I’ve never seen one I didn’t ‘like’ resentfully and out of spite

The story behind the Photoshopped female CEOs

The picture featured 15 men and two women. Something about the women looked off.

When they rolled into Rwanda, the Throttle Queens drew stares. These female motorcyclists are on a mission.

Founded in 2017, this African biker club is set on empowering women and encouraging them to ride

‘People are still dying’: Photojournalist Eloisa Lopez documents the consequences of the Philippines’ war on drugs

Photos from this year’s Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award winner and honorees

The photograph of this little girl was wildly popular among abolitionists. But it told a lie.

Jessie Morgan-Owens’s ‘Girl in Black and White’ traces the whitewashed narrative of Mary Mildred Williams

Meet the 29-year-old scientist behind the first image of a black hole

Katherine Bouman had been working on the algorithm that gave us the black hole picture for almost six years

Karl Lagerfeld’s ‘final masterstrokes’ on display at Chanel’s ready-to-wear show

Chanel says goodbye to Lagerfeld in a stunning winter wonderland show of his last collection