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31 Of Our Biggest Photo Stories From 2017

Looking back at some of the most powerful and eye-catching pictures we published this year.

Posted on December 20, 2017, at 4:33 p.m. ET

"This Powerful Photo Series Captures The Horror Of Sexual Harassment"

Eliza Hatch

"Here's The Best Photos Of The Men Who Came Out For The Women's March"

Jacky Naegelen / Reuters

"Trump Voters Who Erected Signs During The Election Grade The President One Year Later"

Richard Beaven

"A Portrait Of Small-Town America In 35 Photos"

Sebastian Meyer for BuzzFeed News

"What Dinnertime Looks Like In 36 Different Homes"

Lois Bielefeld /

"This Is What You Eat When Everyone Is Struggling For Food"

Andrew Esiebo for BuzzFeed News

"Here's How The Red Lake Indian Reservation Dines Off The Land"

Sarah Stacke for BuzzFeed News

"What It's Like To Fight Montana's Wildfires"

Robert LeBlanc

"This Is What It's Like To Live On The Russian Border"

Rocco Rorandelli / TerraProject with BuzzFeed News

"10 Laws That Actually Exist In The US As Seen In These Eye-Popping Photos"

Olivia Locher

"Life En Pointe"

Laura Gallant / BuzzFeed

"Heartbreaking Photos Show Rohingya Women Waiting Literally In The Dark For Food"

Nicole Tung

"These Photos Of Mexicans Helping Each Other After The Quake Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity"

Latincontent / Getty Images

"29 Disturbing Pictures Of American Life Under Jim Crow"

Getty Images

"17 Photographers Who Made History With Their Work"

Nan Goldin / Tate Modern / Via

"A Photographer Turned His Pregnant Wife Into A Badass Daredevil"

Robby Klein

"23 Pictures That Show Gender Rules Were Always Meant To Be Broken"

Archivio Cameraphoto Epoche / Getty Images

"This Is What The LGBT Community In San Francisco Looked Like In The '70s"

Daniel Nicoletta

"11 Fearless Women Who Hiked The Pacific Crest Trail This Year"

Zac Clark

"These Brits Found Creative Ways To Escape The Housing Crisis And They Couldn't Be Happier"

James Clarke for BuzzFeed News

"Here's Why People In Their Twenties And Thirties Are Living With Mum And Dad"

Chris Bethell for BuzzFeed

"Celebrities Re-Created Awkward '80s Portraits And It's Hilarious"

Corina Marie for BuzzFeed News / Set Designer: Adi Goodrich

"23 Of The Oldest Color Photos Ever Taken"

Science & Society Picture Librar / Getty Images

"This Poignant Photo Series Reveals The Raw Reality Of Detroit"

Jarod Lew

"Militias Haven't Disbanded In The American South Post-Election"

Kevin D. Liles for BuzzFeed News

"22 Pictures That Show How Complicated The Front Lines In Syria Really Are"

Andrea DiCenzo for BuzzFeed news

"23 Dark And Disturbing Pictures From New York's Criminal Underworld"

New York Daily News Archive / Getty Images

"29 Pictures That Show Just How Crazy 1970s Disco Really Was"

Getty Images

"18 Kinky Pictures From The Gritty Underworld Of BDSM"

Samir Abady

"23 Pictures That Show Just How Far Out Hippies Really Were"

Evening Standard / Getty Images

"16 Pictures That Defined Modern History"

From Harry Benson: Persons of Interest by Harry Benson, published by powerHouse Books

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.