by Jim Lo Scalzo for USNWR
Framed by the towering Brooks Range, a lone caribou grazes on the flat coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which supports more than 160 species of birds, 36 types of land mammals, and 9 marine mammal species.
With an overhaul of immigration law stalled in Congress, demonstrators gathered April 10 in rallies nationwide to denounce the legislation.
This winter, U.S. News & World Report photographer Jim Lo Scalzo drove the length of the U.S.-Mexican border from El Paso, Texas, to San Diego, Calif.
Yemen, an impoverished Muslim nation on the Arabian Peninsula, became a surprising U.S. ally in the wake of September 11. A look at the country and its people
Welcome to the new science of brain repair. Mickey Lawson, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, underwent surgery to ease his symptoms.