Twin sisters Lupita, left, and Fatima Garay share a bed while watching television within their home in Agua Prieta, Mexico. Despite their impoverished living, the television is a simple luxury the family enjoys.
Airman Ricardo Roman with F.E. Warren Air Force Base's 90th Security Forces Group competes during the "team pain" event for the 2008 Crow Creek Challenge in Cheyenne, Wyo. The competition included nearly 25 stations ranging from self-aid buddy care to grenade accuracy.
Travis Campbell of New Braunfels, Texas, poses for a portrait before a bull riding competition at the 111th annual Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo. This image was taken with a 4x5 view camera, using Polaroid Type 55 film.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: NINOS DE LA CALLE
Tono Chelestine, 14, talks with social worker Abel Ortega from the shelter for street children, Ninos del Camino, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, in mid-March 2011. Tono had just been in a fight with other kids who visit the shelter and did not want to return to the street. Ortega and another social worker, Ana Sosa, told Tono that if he did not start sticking up for himself, the other street children would 'eat him alive.' The shelter is open three days a week and offers a safe place for street children to eat, bathe and wash their clothes. Due to a recent loss of funding, the shelter could soon close.
Pedro "Fifito" Manuel Galban, 6, stands with his mother at the intersection of San Vincente de Paul St. and Mella Highway in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, while taking a break from his daily work cleaning windshields with a squeegee and sponge. Fifito works with a group of nearly two-dozen other street children who are managed by his mother, 27-year-old Maribel Galban. The group live and work together on the streets of the Dominican Republic capital, where Maribel manages the children during the day and works as a prostitute at night.
Del Monte Fresh Produce - Guatemalan Cantaloupe
Security guards armed with handguns and shotguns secure a gate outside this Del Monte Fresh Produce N.A., Inc., subsidiary, Productos Agricolas del Oriente, S.A., in Asuncion Mita, Guatemala. A shipment of Del Monte's cantaloupe from this farm caused an outbreak of Salmonella Panama in the United States that sickened 20 people across 10 states. Del Monte could not comment regarding the outbreak because of company policy and denied access to the facility and its employees for two News21 reporters who traveled to this farm in southeastern Guatemala.
Roland Thomas poses for a portrait within the Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Medical Clinic in Cheyenne, Wyo. Thomas is one of the four remaining Pearl Harbor survivors left in Cheyenne and recalls many of his experiences of that day in great detail. Of the 16 million U.S. service members who served during World War II, it is estimated that as many as 1,500 die every day.
A woman who asked not to be identified, sits with her child in an alley within a local street market on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico, while watching television and keeping an eye on her family's food stand. Monterrey has an emerging middle class, which was previously non-existent in Mexico, changing the dynamic of the United States' southern neighbor.
Master Sgt. Patrick Smith greets his son Connor, 4, and wife Sandy at the Wyoming Air National Guard base in Cheyenne, Wyo., after a deployment to Afghanistan that started in early May. Connor was overcome with emotion upon seeing his father exit the Air Guard's large C-130 aircraft. Smith's other son, Jesse, 2, was also there to welcome his father home.
Rain or Shine
Allen Good of Long Valley, S.D., wrestles a steer at the Frontier Park Arena during the 111th annual Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyo. Despite the pouring rain, Good still managed to finish this run with a time of 25.9 seconds.
Camp Virginia, Kuwait
Wyoming Army National Guard Soldiers, from left, Pfc. Chad McKen, Spc. Mark White and Spc. Kainoa Kalua, relax after conducting pre-mission checks on civilian trucks prior to a convoy escort mission into Iraq on Jan. 21, 2009. The primary unit conducting this mission is the Wyoming Army National Guard's 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery Regiment currently serving at Camp Virginia, Kuwait, under the Wyoming Guard's 115th Fires Brigade.