Hundreds of people joined a protest in Philadelphia on November 24, 2014, as it was announced that the Ferguson Police Officer who killed unarmed teenager Mike Brown will not be charged.
A student lays at the feet of riot police at a march of over 50,000 people held by Mexico's upstart student movement Yo Soy 132. The movement has caused a stir in Mexico recently by taking to the streets to condemn the Revolutionary Institutional Party (PRI) and Mexico's two main media conglomerates, TV Azteca and Televisa.
Sierra Fischer, 4, from Brigantine, NJ, interacts with Scuba Santa at the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, NJ, Dec. 07, 2015.
Firefighters on the scene of a three-alarm fire at the Shirt Corner building at 3rd and Market Streets in Old City.
Police officers are reflected in a puddle at a dedication ceremony on Monday of a mural in honor of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, who was shot and killed by Mumia Abu-Jamal on December 9th, 1981. The new mural is located at 11th and Winter Streets in Center City.
Visitors to Eakins Oval take in the sights and sounds of Future Sensations, a collection of large immersive "ephemeral pavilions" on May 31, 2015.
Firefighter Ray Rachel wipes a tear from his eye as he speaks at a memorial ceremony for the eight firefighters killed in the Gulf Oil Refinery fire on August 17, 1975 at the Firefighters Hall Museum in Old City on August 17, 2015. Rachel was on the scene and nearly died trying to battle the fire in 1975 when he was just a freshman firefighter.
Roslyn Gray, 47, got emotional as she recalled the ordeal she went through after being mistakenly assumed to have the Ebola virus after visiting a clinic with an allergic reaction.
Inside the Philadelphia Prison system's Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, which serves as the county's main intake and administrative facility, as well as housing the highest security prisoners.
Members of South Philadelphia's Latino immigrant community staged a re-enactment of the crucifixion to celebrate Good Friday.
Children play soccer in the former Plaza de Toros bullring in downtown Caracas.
Sylvester Fullard gives his son Tavestsiar encouragement as he works out at the Christian Street YMCA in Philadelphia, on January 16, 2015.
A woman exits the Broad Street Septa station in a ray of reflected rainbow light.
Hundreds of protesting students from Penn and Drexel shut down Market Street on Thursday afternoon in solidarity with ongoing protests at Yale and the University of Missouri, in West Philadelphia, Nov, 12, 2015.
Layyona Christian, 7, plays in an open fire hydrant in North Philadelphia on Tuesday as temperatures rose above 90 degrees.
A woman is seen shrouded in her rain-droplet covered umbrella during a rainstorm in Center City, Philadelphia.
Michelle Maddox, mother to Benjamin Collier, 22, who was shot to death three days prior, cries after a march against gun violence in Southwest Philadelphia.
Lightning strikes buildings in Center City Philadelphia during a late-summer storm.
Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech on the nuclear agreement with Iran, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 2, 2015.
A clown pauses to check his cellphone after Mexican Independence Day celebrations in South Philadelphia.
Lotzy Garica with the group Fuego Nuevo performed traditional Aztec dances in a beam of sunlight during a Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) parade and festival on South Street in Philadelphia.
Beth Beverly, a couture taxidermist, in her studio in Fishtown.
A fire tore through the clubhouse of the historic Cobbs Creek Golf Club early Monday morning in West Philadelphia, Jan. 05, 2016. The fire left the clubhouse in ruins and covered in ice in the freezing air.
Men work to free a taxi that got stuck in the snow as Winter Storm Jonas pummeled Philadelphia with over a foot of snow, January 22, 2016.
Firefighters at the scene of an intense overnight two-alarm fire at the Locust Medical Center building at 52nd and Locust Streets in West Philadelphia on Feb. 16, 2015.
A Kogui indigenous family rests in Aracataca, Colombia, the town where Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born.
People take in a vibrant, post-storm sunset over the Delaware River and Ben Franklin Bridge from the Race Street Pier in Philadelphia.