Cole Weston, son of photographer Edward Weston, kisses his wife Dorothy goodbye outside their home before heading off to work, circa 1940, Los Angeles.
Ansel Adams/Los Angeles Public Library
Orangutans confiscated from circuses, sideshows and private owners in Kalimantan, Indonesia, are taken in by the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation as orphans.
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In October, soldiers with the 101st Airborne Division on patrol in eastern Afghanistan's Kunar province climb the hills and footpaths near the Pakistan border. This volatile border has been a source of constant friction as insurgents pass freely through the mountainous region.