Tim Hetherington's image of an exhausted U.S. soldier in Afghanistan takes top prize.
Three new photo books on Iraq take a more nuanced, artful look at the conflict than earlier efforts.
AP's Oded Balilty, Sacramento Bee's Renee C. Byer, and Los Angeles Times' Rick Loomis win photo Pulitzers.
Italian photographer Paolo Pellegrin has won the $30,000 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography for his project, “MAKTA–It Is … Continued
The Associated Press asks U.S. military to release or charge Bilal Hussein, who has been in U.S. custody without charges for the past five months.
Shaul Schwarz and Todd Heisler won top awards this weekend at the preeminent festival of photojournalism in Perpignan, France.
Latest in series of digitally altered photos sparks mini controversy.
Microsoft teases 3-D photo technology, new issue of Blueeyes, Hey, Hot Shot! deadline approaches and more.
Free promotion through unsold ad inventory is latest Denton scheme.
Three years after a reprimand for going too far in digitally altering a photo, Patrick Schneider did it again. This time it cost him his job.
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