Photographer Ben Marcin’s latest solo show, “American Derelicts,” at C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore, brings together work from three of his ongoing series — “A House Apart,” “Out West” and “Last House Standing.”

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Trumpet the bloodhound may be top dog but he had some cute competitors.

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The decision in the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, is a stunning reversal that leaves states free to drastically reduce or even outlaw abortion.

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

In the eastern province of Paktika, which was hardest-hit by the 5.9 magnitude quake, many awoke to lives forever changed, their homes destroyed, their vehicles buried in rubble, their loved ones dead.

Thousands of dogs started competing Monday toward the best in show prize at the illustrious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in Tarrytown, N.Y.

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Todd R. Darling's book "Idyll" is at once a lyrical and dismal look at Paterson, N.J. and the American Dream.

Biking on ziplines and walking on a glass bridge over Tsalka canyon in the country of Georgia; the 35th anniversary of the AIDS Memorial Quilt is marked in San Francisco; Warriors forward Draymond Green falls into a row of fans during the NBA Finals; a house sits in a creek after flooding in the Yellowstone National Park region of Montana.

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The June 14 'strawberry moon' was the 2nd of 4 supermoons this year.

The "town within a town" lasted until the city of Denton, Tex., passed a 1921 bond to build a city park that would demolish and replace it.

Photographer Ben Huff's book "Atomic Island" looks at what was the westernmost physical front in the defense of democracy from 1937-1997.

A former attorney for Vice President Mike Pence and a retired conservative federal judge on Thursday sharply disputed the notion that Pence had the power to overturn the 2020 presidential election, as President Donald Trump repeatedly urged him to do, as Congress counted electoral college votes on Jan. 6, 2021.

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

Michelle Lamieri is one of Italy's youngest mayors. She was elected Deputy Mayor of Castel San PietroTerme when she was just twelve and then became Mayor in 2019. Photographer Isabella Franceschini gives a small glimplse into the young woman's life.

June’s full moon is commonly known as the “strawberry” moon, a name given by the Algonquin Native American tribe in the northeastern U.S. and eastern Canada and describing the short strawberry harvesting season in the region. European names include honey moon and rose moon, referring to honey harvesting and roses blooming during that time.

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People gathered in D.C. and around the country for the March for Our Lives rally to protest gun violence.

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“Marty the Moose” is unloaded in a senate office building for an "Experience New Hampshire” event in Washington, D.C.; contestants chase cheese during the Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake event in England; Ukrainian service members fire a Howitzer shell as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues; the congressional Jan. 6 committee in Washington held its first primetime public hearing on the Capitol riot. See 13 of the week’s most interesting images from around the world, as selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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Photographers Carolina Navas Gutiérrez, Lauren Justice and Pedram Pirnia are the first honorees.

Photographer Showkat Nanda visited the Gurez Valley and recorded what it's like there in the dead of winter.

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