When I step off the plane in San Juan, eight days after the devastation, I see them. A wall of people trying desperately to get out of the country.
Destructive fires in northern California have killed at least 13 people and destroyed at least 1,500 buildings, leaving devastating scenes its path.
Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, remembering the Sept.
Manny Machado, the Baltimore Orioles third baseman, took some heat earlier this season when he said that baseball is “a little boring to watch.” It’s true that unlike other major sports, most players on the field of play are usually standing around.
According to a legend, tea was first discovered by the legendary Chinese emperor Shennong in 2737 BC.
A powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico City on the 32nd anniversary of the city’s biggest quake that killed thousands.
Hurricane Irma devastated the Caribbean Islands and left a path of destruction all over the state of Florida.
Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month, including a solar eclipse, Boston Comic Con, the Elite Dodgeball National Championships, a record setting attempt for visiting every T station on every subway line, and the counter protest to the “Free Speech Rally” in Boston.
She was adored in Britain, and beyond, and in her death was dubbed “the people’s princess.” Diana, Princess of Wales, brought a warmth and humanity to the British monarchy that it hadn’t known before, and the masses loved her for it.
Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 storm along the southeast coastline of Texas over the weekend, the most powerful storm to hit the United States since 2004.
For the first time since 1918, a total eclipse of the sun was viewable from coast-to-coast in a 70-mile wide path of the United States for around two minutes.
Tens of thousands of NASCAR fans gather near this tiny southern town for a premier event, and one that’s sponsored by the NRA.
An organizer addresses the crowd outside Madison Park Technical Vocational High School before heading out on a march to counterprotest the “Boston Free Speech” rally.
For 32 years now, one week each summer, the world has come to an end. Behold, Ragnarok: a weeklong battle event, held at a campground in Pennsylvania, whose name references an apocalyptic Norse myth.
President Trump has pledged to add 5,000 agents to the existing Border Patrol force of more than 21,000 as part of his border security policy.
Noelia Ferreira, like hundreds of Massachusetts’ parents, cares for her medically fragile daughter, Abi, at home.
They got their start under street lamps, singing doo-wop and soul for family, friends, and neighbors in the Village, a historically black neighborhood of West Newton.
Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month, including celebrating the Fourth of July, kiteboarding in Nantucket, attending summer camp, recording the sounds of the White Mountains, and the start of the Patriots training camp.
The 17th FINA (Federation Internationale De Natation or International Swimming Federation) World Championships are underway in Budapest.
Iraqi government declared the city of Mosul liberated on July 9th, after a nine-month offensive to retake the city.