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There goes the sun, total solar eclipse 2017


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.

NRA night at NASCAR in Bristol, Tenn.


Tens of thousands of NASCAR fans gather near this tiny southern town for a premier event, and one that’s sponsored by the NRA.

Free speech rally and counter protest

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.

‘Ragnarok’ event reenacts mythic battle

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.

US border patrol agents in training

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.

A solitary vigil, a song of love


Noelia Ferreira, like hundreds of Massachusetts’ parents, cares for her medically fragile daughter, Abi, at home.

The Gospel Love Tones keep on spreading the good news

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.

Globe staff photos of the month, July 2017

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.

World Aquatics Championships

The 17th FINA (Federation Internationale De Natation or International Swimming Federation) World Championships are underway in Budapest.

The Battle of Mosul

Iraqi government declared the city of Mosul liberated on July 9th, after a nine-month offensive to retake the city.

Globe staff photos of the month, June 2007


Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month, including beating the summer heat, a six-alarm fire on Dorchester Avenue, Boston’s Pride Parade, David Ortiz’s number’s retirement, and a visit by 54 tall ships to the Boston Harbor.

Homeland of tea


According to a legend, tea was first discovered by the legendary Chinese emperor Shennong in 2737 BC.

Portugal forest fire


The huge forest fire that erupted on June 17 in central Portugal killed at least 64 people and injured hundreds more, with many trapped in their cars by the flames.

Sail Boston 2017


A majestic procession of 54 tall ships will grace Boston Harbor Saturday with a Grand Parade of Sail that puts history in motion.

Sail Boston 2017


A majestic procession of 54 tall ships will grace Boston Harbor Saturday with a Grand Parade of Sail that puts history in motion.

The Graduates, 2017


A look at the season of pomp and circumstance. Gabriela Kula is shocked when her name is announced for the Dean’s Award during Emerson College 137th undergraduate commencement in Agganis Arena at Boston University.

Graduates, 2017


A look at the season of pomp and circumstance. Gabriela Kula is shocked when her name is announced for the Dean’s Award during Emerson College 137th undergraduate commencement in Agganis Arena at Boston University.

Globe staff photos of the month, May 2017


Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month, including college graduations, Boston Calling, a family of foxes, Memorial Day, and the end of the Celtics’ playoff run.

Frolicking foxes


About two weeks ago, my wife and I drove past a bunch of foxes walking around the cemetery next to the Pembroke (Mass.) Friends Meetinghouse.

Remembering JFK on his 100th birthday


John F. Kennedy was born on May 29th, 1917 in Brookline, Mass. The youngest president elected in the United States was assassinated just two years into his presidency, but still left a lasting legacy.


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