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Australian freelance photojournalist Daniel Berehulak poses for a portrait in Grand Central Terminal in Midtown, New York on April 20. Berehulak was awarded the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for The New York Times on Monday for his...
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab participants and newly named fellows, top row: Ben Root, Alex Trevin and Chloe Golan; Bottom row: Isabel Evans and Erykah Williams. This summer, 18 talented young storytellers from 11 states will convene in the...
Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia finished first in the men’s division with a time of 2:09:17, 30 seconds ahead of his competitor. It was his second win of the Boston Marathon in three years. Lelisa Desisa enjoys his moment of victory as the...
A man adjusts his Google glasses after a media presentation in Prague last year. Researchers are testing whether Google Glass can be an effective tool in telemedicine. Photo by David W Cerny/Reuters Imagine walking into an emergency room with an...
Surviving immigrants lie on the deck of the Italian coastguard ship Bruno Gregoretti in Valletta’s Grand Harbour Monday. The Italian patrol ship arrived in Malta with 24 corpses recovered out of hundreds feared drowned after a migrant boat...
The spice saffron comes from the stigmas of these purple flowers. Each blossom yields three stigmas that must be picked by hand. Photo courtesy of Rumi Spice In the mood for some saffron tea or saffron-infused asparagus salad? Kimberly Jung, a...