Photo Essays

John Dominis: Photographer Spotlight

[NOTE: John Dominis, one of LIFE magazine's most versatile staff photographers and one of the most celebrated photojournalists of the 20th century, died on...

On Patrol Along the U.S.-Mexico Border

An immigration bill being written in the U.S. Senate aims to clamp down on illegal crossings along the southwestern border with Mexico while maintaining a...

Georgia O’Keeffe: Invincible

Very few major American artists have ever been as productive, for so long, in so many mediums, as Georgia O’Keeffe was during her extraordinary career. From her...

Mexico's Drug Wars

Photographer Anthony Suau documents the surging influence of the drug cartels in Northern Mexico and the efforts by police to maintain law and order

Swine Flu Hits Mexico

The swine flu outbreak in Mexico has killed at least 150 people and spread to nations as far away as New Zealand and Spain.

Joe Frazier: Remembering a Warrior

The universe of sport is built on rivalries. It doesn’t really matter if the rivalry involves two teams (Michigan and Ohio State, Liverpool and Man U), countries...

Fighting Crime in Mexico City

Photographer Erik Meza rides with the Federal Police in the Mexican capital as they battle a seemingly endless wave of lawlessness