This is CNN. We go there (and post it on Instagram).

3,813 posts 4,173,194 followers 313 following

Protesters criticizing the visit of a North Korean delegation inspecting the venues for the Winter Olympics gathered in Seoul, South Korea on Monday. (🎥 by CNN’s @ivancnn and @bextables)

Seoul, South Korea

Janine Flock of Austria competes at the skeleton World Cup in Koenigssee, Germany, on Friday, ahead of next month’s Olympics. (📷: Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images for IBSF)


Children fish as the Mayon volcano spews smoke, ash and lava in the Philippines on Wednesday. Thousands have been forced to leave their homes since Mayon began to quietly erupt last week. Authorities warn that the volcanic activity could lead to a more serious eruption. (📷: Jes Aznar / Getty Images)

Camalig, Albay, Philippines

Rachel Baxa and her 2-year-old daughter, Georgia, raise their fists during the Women’s March in Boise, Idaho, on Sunday. “I spent a lifetime being sexualized and having my ability to make choices about my body taken from me,” Baxa says. “I wanted to take steps to make it clear that subjecting my daughter to the same was not an option. This is her second march — it will not be her last.” 📷: Rachel Baxa (@alittlemorehuman)

Idaho State Capitol

Last year, over a million people in cities across the US participated in the first Women’s March. On the anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration, many are marching again. Turn up your volume to hear what men flying in helicopters think about this year’s turnout in New York City.

New York, New York

One year ago, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. It was a day that sent tears of worry down the faces of some, and drew smiles of pride across the faces of others. The nation’s new leader vowed to “make America great again.” Here’s a look back at some of the most iconic images from his first year in office. (📷: Getty Images)


The Ohio Clock outside the Senate Chamber strikes midnight on Saturday, as lawmakers scramble to reach a deal to fund the government. This is the first modern government shutdown with Congress and the White House controlled by the same party, and it comes on the one-year anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration. (📷: Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

United States Capitol

A goose attacks a man after he plunged into icy waters to mark the feast of the Epiphany in Kiev, Ukraine, on Friday. The tradition of bathing in a freezing pool is part of an Orthodox Christian ritual which commemorates the baptism of Jesus. (📷: Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images)


Protesters advocating for the DREAM Act congregate outside the Capitol on Thursday in Washington. The issue of protecting the so-called Dreamers—immigrants who were brought to the US as children—is at the heart of the government funding debate. If Congress doesn’t reach a deal by midnight Friday, the government will shut down. (📷: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Washington, District of Columbia

German surfer Sebastien Steudtner takes on a gnarly wave in Nazaré, Portugal 🏄🏼‍♂️

Nazaré, Portugal

London will be aglow all weekend as #LumiereLondon lights up the night. The light festival features more than 50 installations all over the city, from the colorful transformation of Westminster Abbey (photo 1) to an interactive musical interlude in Mayfair (photo 9). (📷: @ktaverner/CNN, @rachel_anna/CNN, Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images, & Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) #lumiereldn

London, United Kingdom

Linda Sarsour, center, will be in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday to participate in the anniversary of the historic Women’s March on Washington. Sarsour is an activist and co-chair of the group, which over the past year has continued to rally in support of justice for women, immigrants and the environment, among other issues. CNN followed the organizers of the Women’s March over the course of the year, documenting how a moment became a movement. To learn more, click the link in our bio.