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The Big Picture

Globe staff photos of the month, September 2018

Globe staff photos of the month, September 2018

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: gas explosions in Lawrence, 9/11 remembrance ceremonies, primary elections, somber pets, the New England Giant Pumpkin
Scenes from the aftermath of Indonesia’s earthquake, tsunami

Scenes from the aftermath of Indonesia’s earthquake, tsunami

Days after an earthquake and tsunami severely damaged parts of an Indonesian island, the confirmed death toll has exceeded 1,200 dead with hundreds severely injured and still more trapped in
The world, the stage, the way ahead

The world, the stage, the way ahead

Deb was still new to this high school in Peabody. She had arrived a year ago, a stranger dropped into the junior class, knowing no one and lacking all their shared history. She had found her way to
Pipeline from Africa

Pipeline from Africa

Immigrants from Ghana do much of the low-paying, back-breaking work of caring for frail Americans in their homes. Back home, they’re seen as success stories. It had been 12 years since Rita Sarpong
The destructive aftermath of Hurricane Florence

The destructive aftermath of Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence lashed the Southeast coast of the United States. The storm dumped heavy amounts of rain across the region and killed at least 32 people. Michelle Haddock rests while removing
Globe staff photos of the month, August 2018

Globe staff photos of the month, August 2018

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: staying cool in the summer heat, installing a new police commissioner, spotting sharks on the Cape, campaigning
A home, but for how long?

A home, but for how long?

For 19 years, the US government had given Patricia Carbajal permission to stay in this country, to work, to put down roots. For 19 years, administration after administration extended Temporary
US Gymnastics Championships in Boston

US Gymnastics Championships in Boston

This week, Boston will get a look at some of the best gymnasts in the world during the US Nationals, which runs Thursday through Sunday at TD Garden. Simone Biles competes on the vault during the US
Summertime festivals around the world

Summertime festivals around the world

Photographers capture communities gathering at events organized to celebrate a variety of cultural observances in 2018. Regional dancers perform at the Guelaguetza festival on July 30 in Zaachila,
Globe staff photos of the month, July 2018

Globe staff photos of the month, July 2018

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: the Puerto Rican Parade, Taylor Swift performing at Gillette Stadium, celebrating fourth of July, mourning a fallen
The life aquatic

The life aquatic

During the summer heat, a look at animals cooling off with water or in their aquatic environments. Victor the polar bear enjoys a dip in the water at Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster, England, as
All eyes on the World Cup

All eyes on the World Cup

Around the world, billions of fans are watching the 2018 FIFA World Cup which is held in Russia for the first time. Thirty-two teams from six continents are competing for the prestigious trophy. A
Kakuma refugee camp

Kakuma refugee camp

Established in 1992 following the arrival the “Lost Boys of Sudan” and with a population of nearly 190,000, the UNHCR refugee camp in Kakuma, Kenya, now resembles a sprawling shanty town. It has
Globe staff photos of the month, June 2018

Globe staff photos of the month, June 2018

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: watching World Cup soccer, The annual Boston Pride Parade, protesting gun volence, protesting the presidents
Life in the bleachers at Fenway Park

Life in the bleachers at Fenway Park

Baseball is never boring in the bleachers. Just ask the Red Sox players who are out there. “The bleachers are fun,” says Sox reliever Joe Kelly. “They’re probably the most fun group in the stadium.
US border policy controversy

US border policy controversy

Customs and border patrol officials in the United States are enforcing President Trump’s strict immigration policies on the Mexico border, causing widespread protests. At least 2,000 children have
Opioids land more women behind bars

Opioids land more women behind bars

This lone county jail in a remote corner of Appalachia offers an agonizing glimpse into how the tidal wave of opioids and methamphetamines has ravaged America. Here and in countless other places,
Globe staff photos of the month, May 2018

Globe staff photos of the month, May 2018

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: a tulip farm in Rhode Island, local graduations, Memorial Day, Boston Calling Music Festival, and the NHL and NBA
Eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano

Eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano

The activity of Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island has become destructive since early May, burning dozens of homes and forcing residents to flee. Many fissures have opened, spewing lava into
Raising Connor

Raising Connor

He is easy to love, affectionate, and friendly. He is moody and unpredictable. Vulnerable, sweet, devoted to family. Impulsive, strong, and overflowing with emotion. Dreaming of home, always. Never