From staged portraits to snapshots and found photos, documentary and fine art, Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Boston’s (un)Expected Families exhibition questions the definition of the American family.

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The Jaguars beat Arundel in four sets to finish a perfect season and cement their dynasty.

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The Cadets beat Gonzaga, 30-7, for their first conference title since 1989 and second since 1976.

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The new Museum of the Bible opened to the public, placing a religious institution just blocks from the U.S. Capitol.

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Miss India, Manushi Chhilar, was crowned the new Miss World on the tropical island of Hainan in China.

Following a military intervention, several thousand people took to the streets of the capital, Harare, to demand President Robert Mugabe’s exit as Zimbabweans giddily explore the rare freedom of expression amid the political limbo.

The Seahawks will play Westfield next week in the state quarterfinal.

The White House was overrun with school spirit as Trump met with 18 college sports champions. The teams took up positions all around the mansion for separate photo ops with the president.

Same-sex marriage approval result in Australia, whales stranded in Indonesia, Veterans Day, Serbian and U.S. airborne exercise and more images from around the world.

Portraits by photographer Diana Bagnoli capture the special relationships between humans and their animals.

Al Franken has transformed himself from comedian and political satirist to the junior Democratic senator from Minnesota.

Republican Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, is facing off against Democrat Doug Jones in the special election.

The six-floor, 430,000-square foot Museum of the Bible in Washington opens November 17.

A look at the second half, so far, of the president’s first year in the White House.

The Washington Post’s picks of local distinguished homes on the market.

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