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Glued to their screens, Pokémon Go players quietly gather in the dark.

Pokemon Go players play near Shinjuku Gyoen National Park in Tokyo. (Tomasz Lazar for The Washington Post)

Hundreds gathered Saturday to scour the Mall and Tidal Basin, despite forecasts of foul weather.

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Tim Kaine, are on a three-day bus tour through the Rust Belt battlegrounds of Pennsylvania and Ohio.

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A hot air balloon crashed and caught fire in Lockhart, Tex., about 30 miles outside of Austin. Authorities say it’s unlikely the 16 people on board survived.

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Volunteers from trauma and emergency departments offer training to residents of Philadelphia neighborhoods plagued by violence.

Golf, returning to the Games for the first time since 1904, and tennis are particularly hard hit.

The Republican presidential candidate is out on the trail ahead of the general election in November.

The Democratic National Convention, firefighting in California and more images around the world

From a tender moment between President Obama and Hillary Clinton to Trump’s flashy entrance, here’s a look at top moments from the conventions.

Claressa Shields won gold in London; now she’s heading to Rio to get that and more.

Washington Post photographers’ coverage of the convention in Philadelphia.

The mosquito-borne disease suspected of causing serious birth defects is expected to spread to all countries in the Americas except Canada and Chile, according to the World Health Organization.

Glued to their screens, Pokémon Go players quietly gather in the dark.

A look at what happened at the convention in Philadelphia before Hillary Clinton accepts the nomination.

Residents in this neighborhood nestled on a marshy peninsula near the bay fish, swim and enjoy the rhythms of marine life.

A look at the winners from 2006 to 2015 of the annual contest. Don’t forget to submit your own photo to the 2016 contest by July 31.

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