by David ButowSaba for USN&WR
Two adolescents in the truck-stop town of Tuzkhurmatu, in northeastern Iraq, near the Kurdistan border. For a few Iraqi dinar, these boys will handle just about any odd job, from selling cigarettes to unloading merchandise.
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.