Photo Essay
The latest photo stories from TIME’s contributors.

Life After War: James Nachtwey’s Photographs From Walter Reed

Wounded American service members in rehab at Walter Reed Hospital. Wayne Waldon, Army Capt., retired - leg amputee. Rock climb. Cedric King, Army Master Sergeant - bilateral leg amputee. Swimming pool. Stephanie Morris, Army E4 - external leg prosthetic. Adam Hartswick, Army Sergeant - bilateral amputee. Video monitor therapy.by James Nachtwey

Army Master Sergeant Cedric King, a resident at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, lost both his legs when stepped on an Improvised Explosive Device in July 2012. Since then, he's run the Boston and New York marathons and, this week, is one of the main subjects of a 10-page photo essay by TIME contract photographer James Nachtwey

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Election Night for Senator Mitch McConnell, the senior United States Senator from Kentucky. A member of the Republican Party, he has been the Minority Leader of the Senate since January 3, 2007.
Photo Essay

Go Inside Senator Mitch McConnell’s Winning Campaign

TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris followed newly-crowned senator Mitch McConnell for four days

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Photo Essay

Trick or Treat: Kids in Their Halloween Costumes

Halloween is the one night when children dress up as the characters that haunt their nightmares, says British photographer Laura Pannack

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Mg Ko, 20 years old. A Shan farmer with his cow in Lui Pan Sone Village. Kayah State.
Photo Essay

Transforming Lives in Burma, One Solar Panel at a Time

In Burma, where only a quarter of the population has access to electricity, solar panels can change lives, as Spanish photographer Ruben Salgado Escudero found out

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Sebastien Van Malleghem
Photo Essay

A Cold Place, With No Curves: Life Inside Belgian Prisons

Photographer Sebastien Van Malleghem received extraordinary access to Belgium’s prisons to document the real psychological and physical effects confinement can have on their inmates

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A New Generation Speaks: See Inside Hong Kong’s Protests

Hong Kong’s protests may be waning, but the battle for democracy will continue

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First Sight
Photo Essay

See Powerful Photos of Blind Children Getting Their Sight Back

Millions of Indians are blind because of cataracts. A simple operation can help them—if they can find a way to get it.

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Cristina de Middel
Photo Essay

A Truth Beyond Photojournalism: Cristina de Middel’s Nigerian Journey

Nigeria is more than a land of sectarian violence, it’s a land of magic and ancestral culture, as Spanish photographer Cristina de Middel shows in her latest mystical project

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A view over the village of Ngomashi, four hours trek over mountains and through thick bush from the end of the nearest road, Aug 14, 2014.
In Progress

See the Real Impact of War in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Phil Moore, a British photojournalist based in Nairobi, has spent much of the last three years covering the periods of battle and quiet in Democratic Republic of Congo. This is his story.

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Inge Morath—Magnum Photos
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Go on an American Road Trip with the World’s Greatest Photographers

A new photo book maps the history of the American road trip

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