Sea Turtles

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
water samples
"We need to be monitoring our waters now and we need to think, as a country and a world, how we can be reducing our reliance on plastic."
Julia Conley, staff writer
"How many more studies like this do we need for corporations to take strong...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Trump, warn conservationists, is essentially giving the fossil fuel industry...


For a much-needed break from the Trump apocalypse, we offer this year's World Press Photo winners. The controversial choice for photo of the year was an AP image of the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey that judges felt explosively expressed "the hatred of our times." But there is much else. Many of the winning images feature distraught refugees seeking safety: There is fear, grace, anguish - above all, humanity, persisting.