A new book of William Wegman’s photographs not only highlights his most beloved Weimaraner images, but also portraits that seem otherworldly.

(William Wegman)

The hurricane brought 160 mph winds to the island, leaving at least six dead.

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The Cadets fall apart in the fourth quarter to California’s St. John Bosco.

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Dogs and their handlers gathered in Huntington Beach, Calif., for the 9th annual McKenna Subaru Surf City Surf Dog competition.

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The former model’s daytime fashion choices often show a businesslike polish.

From mass dances to going to the zoo, a glimpse inside the Hermit Kingdom.

A 7.1-magnitude earthquake jolted Mexico, causing buildings to sway sickeningly in the capital on the anniversary of a 1985 quake that did major damage.

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

The Stags have no problem in a matchup of two regional powerhouses.

The first lady held her first event in the garden, donning a plaid shirt and red gloves to pull up leeks and plant kale along with children from the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington.

The storm has left widespread destruction along its path, including some areas battered earlier by the huge Hurricane Irma.

The Nature Photographer of the Year contest is accepting entries in one or all of four categories: wildlife, landscapes, underwater and aerials. The grand-prize winner will receive $10,000, publication in National Geographic Magazine and a feature on National Geographic’s Instagram account.

The community offers a scenic backdrop for running, biking, hiking and viewing the Potomac.

The storm’s strong winds toppled trees, tore down sign posts and flooded streets.

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

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