Taylor Berman · 01/12/15 02:35PM

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan greets Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, at Erdoğan's new, $575 million palace in Ankara as 16 Turkish warriors dressed in historical armor stand guard. Photo via Associated Press.

Aleksander Chan · 09/19/14 06:00PM

Model David Gandy poses with cardboard cutouts of himself wearing underwear from his new collection in London, Thursday. [Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision via AP]

Aleksander Chan · 09/18/14 10:59PM

Police officers gather at the funeral for Pennsylvania State Trooper Cpl. Bryon Dickson in Scranton, Pa., Thursday. Dickson was shot and killed last Friday walking to his car outside the state police barracks. His alleged killer, Eric Matthew Frein, remains at large. [Photo by Matt Slocum via AP]

Pampered Babies Kick Back and Relax at the Floating Baby Spa

Aleksander Chan · 09/05/14 12:14PM

Float Baby is the premier Houston spa for non-adults aged two weeks to six months to enjoy a 20 minute "hydrotherapy" session and full-body mini-massage. These babies have already experienced more luxury than many of us will ever know. Look at them, so calm and serene and ignorant of the world's horrors, of every awful thing you've probably done. The peace they feel right now surpasses the greatest moments of your sad, miserable life. Have a wonderful day.

Gabrielle Bluestone · 09/04/14 11:30PM

[A health worker in Liberia sprays a man suspected of dying from Ebola with disinfectant. Health experts have recently suggested that the blood of survivors might be effective as a possible treatment—especially because there aren't currently any licensed drugs or vaccines available. Image by Abbas Dulleh via AP.]

Gabrielle Bluestone · 09/03/14 11:51PM

[A candlelight vigil at the University of Central Florida on Wednesday night honored Steven Sotloff, a journalist and alumnus of the university who was beheaded by ISIS in a video released earlier this week. Image by John Raoux via AP]

Gabrielle Bluestone · 09/02/14 11:43PM

[Taiwanese landscapers casually trim grass in front of the world's largest ¯\_(ツ)_/¯, an 82-foot sculpture created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman. Image by Wally Santana via AP.]

Gabrielle Bluestone · 09/01/14 11:18PM

[On Mexico's Hondo River, workers try to clean up the aftermath of a 4,000-gallon crude oil spill. Pemex, the state-run oil company, says the spill was caused by fuel thieves illegally tapping into a pipeline. The cleanup is expected to take another eight weeks. Image by Felix Marquez via AP]

Gabrielle Bluestone · 08/29/14 05:52PM

[Rescuers enter the El Comal gold and silver mine in Bonanza, Nicaragua, where a landslide trapped approximately 29 miners Friday. Rescuers were able to make contact with around 20 of the trapped miners, who have reportedly requested food and water. Image by Esteban Felix via AP]

Aleksander Chan · 08/19/14 06:55AM

Turmoil in Ferguson continued Monday night, even after Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon lifted the town's curfew and called in the state's National Guard. At least 31 people were arrested by police and at least two have been reported shot. [Front page of today's St. Louis Post-Dispatch via Newseum]

Enid Shaw · 08/18/14 11:01PM

Duane Merrells carries an American flag upside-down in protest as he walks through the streets of Ferguson on Monday, August 18. [Image by Charlie Riedel via AP]

Aleksander Chan · 08/13/14 04:45PM

A trapeze instructor catches a student during their first day of practice at the Flying Trapeze Philippines School in Makati. The school opened earlier this month, the first in the country. Photo by Aaron Favila via AP.

Aleksander Chan · 08/07/14 11:00PM

Angelito Ribero, dressed as folk saint Gauchito Gil, stands outside the San Cayetano church in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Legend holds that Gil was a 19th century outlaw who robbed the rich to give to the poor. His spirit is believed to perform miracles. Image by Natacha Pisarenko via AP.

Enid Shaw · 08/06/14 11:01PM

Political candidate George Davis strolled through Times Square Wednesday in the nude while Batman's nemesis Penguin snapped a photo. Davis is running for the Board of Supervisors in San Francisco. He's campaigning for the right to be nude in public. Image by Julie Jacobson via AP.

Aleksander Chan · 08/05/14 11:00PM

A woman walks across the deck of MS Turanor PlanetSolar moored in Athens, Greece. The ship is the largest solar-powered boat in the world and will take part in an archaeological mission to find the one of the oldest human settlements. Image by Thanassis Stavrakis via AP.

Aleksander Chan · 08/04/14 11:19PM

Players from the Central Catholic High School football team drink from water bottles during practice in Toledo, Ohio, Monday. The water ban that affected hundreds of thousands in Ohio and Michigan was lifted today. Image by Paul Sancya via AP.

Aleksander Chan · 08/03/14 11:02PM

Moira Cameron, the first woman to join the Yeoman Warders, walks past the ceramic poppy art installation in the dry moat of the Tower of London, Sunday. "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" opens Aug. 5 and features 888,246 poppies, each representing a member of the British military that died in World War I. Image by Matt Dunham via AP.

Megan Reynolds · 07/31/14 11:00PM

An Indian man carries a girl across a waterlogged street in Mumbai on Thursday. Heavy rains in the city have caused train delays and wreaked havoc on traffic. Photo by Rajanish Kakade via AP.

Megan Reynolds · 07/30/14 11:00PM

Harry Owens of Wales competes in the Men's All-Around at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. The artistic gymnastics finals air this Thursday. Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth via AP.

Aleksander Chan · 07/29/14 11:00PM

A woman waves from a float during the Carnaval des Fleurs in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday. The three-day celebration was started by President Michel Martelly in 2012 as a summer tourist attraction; 22,000 people attended the carnival last year. Image by Dieu Nalio Chery via AP.