Topic: Texas

2012.  Dallas, TX.  USA.  Bobby in a Motel 6 in Dallas.  Bobby Henline, 41, veteran of four tours to Iraq and sole survivor of an IED blast that killed the other four soldiers in his humvee in Iraq in 2007.  He is now a standup comedian launching a new career with a routine built around his injuries.  He received burns over 38% of his body in the blast.
Photo Essay

From the Battlefield to the Comedy Stage: Healing Bobby Henline

Having survived an IED blast that killed four of his fellow servicemen and left him with burns covering almost 40% of his body, Iraq War Veteran Bobby Henline is a stand-up comedian today, healing scars that are not so physical.

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Photo-illustration by Randal Ford for TIME
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Behind the Cover: The Childfree Life by Randal Ford

This week, TIME turned to Austin-based photographer Randal Ford, whose painterly and nostalgic style was perfect for our cover story on childlessness.

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Reed Young
In Progress

The Ground Zero of Immigration: El Paso by Reed Young

Chamizal is a small neighborhood in El Paso that sits right on the border. Photographer Reed Young was drawn to the area, a sort of “ground zero” for the national debate on immigration.

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Palestinians react as a stun grenade was thrown towards them during clashes between Israeli security forces and Palestinian protestors for the Nakba day near Damascus Gate at Jerusalem's old city
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Pictures of the Week: May 10 – May 17

From tornadoes in Texas and the demolition of Hurricane Sandy’s iconic rollercoaster to President Obama’s rain check and a dancing lion, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Pictures of the Week: April 12 – April 19

From the Boston marathon bombing and Margaret Thatcher’s funeral to the bird flu outbreak in China and the lighter side of North Korea, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Bernat Armangue—AP
Photo Essay

TIME Picks the Top 10 Photos of 2012

TIME presents the top 10 photographs of the year — the images that moved us most in 2012, along with the backstories from the photographers who shot the now iconic frames.

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Todd Forsgren
In Progress

Ruffled Feathers: Recording Birds Caught in Nets

Todd Forsgren ruffles feathers every time he takes a picture. LightBox presents his series of ornithological photographs of birds caught in biologists’ mist nests.

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Janet Jarman
In Progress

Marisol and the American Dream: One Photographer’s 15-Year Project

Janet Jarman has documented the life of Marisol, a young Mexican immigrant, since she was a young girl still living in Mexico, more than 15 years ago.

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Lightbox April 2, 2012
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Pictures of the Week: March 30 — April 6

From Earth Hour celebrations around the world and Aung San Suu Kyi’s election in Myanmar to the Oakland shooting and tornadoes in Texas, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Parrish Ruiz de Velasco
The Backstory

Chasing the Texas Tornado

Photographer Parrish Ruiz de Velasco captured the power of a tornado in Lancaster, Texas.

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