Transmedia artist Poulomi Basu’s work “Fireflies” is on exhibit now at Autograph gallery in London.


Photos from the 147th running of the Preakness Stakes

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Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft launches from Florida; the Lincoln Memorial statue gets a cleaning; a man gets emotional during a vigil following the Tops grocery store shooting in Buffalo, N.Y.; plebes participate in the Sea Trials at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. See 13 of the week’s most interesting images from around the world, as selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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Jess Dugan's book "Look at me like you love me" is a delicate exploration of identity and mortality. While it purports to be about queerness, in the end it is about so much more.

The Washington Post's picks of noteworthy residences on the market.

Photographer Meg Handler recently found a group of photographs she took in the 1990s around the abortion rights issue. They were never published until now.

On Sunday night, the first total lunar eclipse of 2022 turned the moon red — known as a blood moon — for sky watchers across the globe. This full lunar eclipse happened during a super moon as well, when the moon is at its closest point to the Earth in its orbit, making it appear larger than normal.

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Multiple people have been killed in a racially motivated mass shooting at Buffalo grocery store, according to officials.

Protesters gather in Washington and other cities, including New York City, San Antonio, Chicago and Los Angeles, to demand safe and legal access to abortion.

House of Representatives members protest on Capitol Hill ahead of an abortion rights bill vote; Israeli police confront mourners during the funeral for slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in East Jerusalem; a caretaker feeds water to a parakeet after it became dehydrated due to hot weather in India. See 12 of the week’s most interesting images from around the world, as selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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A fast-moving wildfire erupted in the Southern California city of Laguna Niguel on Wednesday afternoon, local authorities said, affecting about 200 acres, damaging several homes and forcing evacuations.

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The Washington Post's picks of noteworthy residences on the market.

Another mass bleaching event plagues Australia?s Great Barrier Reef.

Russian President Vladimir Putin defended his assault on Ukraine as his country celebrated the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945.

Photographer Viacheslav Poliakov’s book, “Lviv – God’s Will,” is an idiosyncratic look at life before the war with Russia began.

Karine Jean-Pierre is announced as the new White House press secretary, and becomes the first Black and openly gay woman to hold the position; celebrities arrive on the red carpet for the Met Gala in New York; abortion rights advocates and antiabortion advocates demonstrate in D.C. after a draft opinion from the Supreme Court was leaked indicating Roe v. Wade would be overturned.

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David Billet and Ian Kline made the photos in their book “Rabbit/Hare” while students at Baltimore’s MICA. Some of the work from that book is on exhibit now at Baltimore Photo Space.

Check out these fun facts about flowers that bloom in spring, summer and fall.

Known as one of the brashest paparazzi photographers, he was punched by Marlon Brando and sued by Jackie Onassis.

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