Photographer Emily Graham spent time with some treasure hunters in France for her book "The Blindest Man"

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Made-in-China EVs are hitting U.S. dealerships and European auto shows, providing new competition to Western and Japanese automakers.

An overnight supervisor at a Walmart opened fire on fellow employees in the break room of the Chesapeake, Va., store, killing six people, police and witnesses said.

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The 12,987-square-foot main house is on the market for the first time since 2005

In India’s Ladakh region, a mountainous cold desert that borders China and Pakistan, climate change is fueling migration for nomads.

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At least 162 people have been killed following a 5.6-magnitude earthquake that hit Indonesia’s West Java province on Monday at 1:21 p.m. local time, according to local officials. It is believed to be the deadliest this year in Indonesia, an earthquake-prone country.

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Rail strikes helped bring about the eight-hour workday, federal recognition of Labor Day, and the advancement of Black civil rights.

People across the United States to remember the five victims of the shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs.

A shooting at an LGBTQ club killed five people and injured 18 others overnight, police said early Sunday. Club Q, where police said the first call came in minutes before midnight, described it as a “hate attack.”

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While western New Yorkers know how to handle snowstorms as well as anyone, even some longtime residents were left in awe by the rapid accumulation of snow in and around the city — one that meteorologists say will be for the record books.

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President Joe Biden will celebrate his birthday on Sunday, becoming the first president to reach his 80s while in office.

Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) entered the week of the Election confident that Republicans would regain control of the House.

Austrian activists splashed oil on a painting at the Leopold Museum in Vienna; Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announces in Washington that she will end her term as leader of the House of Representatives; two vintage planes collide during an air show in Dallas; a vigil is held at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville for the three students and football team members killed by a former player. See 11 of the week’s most interesting images from around the world, as selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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Photographer Ian Bates’s book, “Meadowlark,” is a reminder to slow down and take in the profundity of everyday things.

The four-bedroom, five-bathroom house has a detached English basement and modern details.

After months of campaigning and waiting for midterm election results, newly elected members of Congress arrived this week for orientation on Capitol Hill.

The rocket cost billions, and most of it was ditched at sea. But it sent an Orion capsule to the moon in the first step in a plan to return astronauts there.

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Throughout the election season, a team of Washington Post photographers traversed the country capturing moments big and small to tell the story of the midterms.

Three people were fatally shot and two others were injured on the campus of the University of Virginia late Sunday, U-Va. officials said, in an outburst of violence that set off an intense manhunt in and around Charlottesville for a suspect police described as armed and dangerous.

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A Pittsburgh preacher spent her days leading up to the midterm elections energizing Black voters.

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