MOSCOW—Nikita Khrushchev and Richard Nixon. Khrushchev’s memoirs mention the assistance the Rosenbergs gave to the Soviet Union, 1959.*
*Correction, March 9, 2007: The caption for this photo initially stated that the Rosenbergs had “allegedly” given secrets to the Soviet Union. Since the time the photo was taken, evidence has revealed that the Rosenbergs did give secrets to the Soviet Union.
"The biggest problem that women have is being ambivalent about their own power ... We should be comfortable with the idea of wielding power. We shouldn't feel that it detracts from our femininity." -Elizabeth Wurtzel
by Magnum Photographers
The definitive ceremony for American popular cinema, the Oscars recognize excellence in acting, directing, and screenwriting. This story explores the intrigue, the ardor, and the occasional triviality of the Academy Awards, as seen by Magnum Photographers.
In Souffle, l'Art du Coeur (loosely translated: Breath: The Art of the Heart), Nikos Economopoulos presents his perceptions of everyday life in his native Greece and the nearby regions, through fleeting instances of visual harmony.