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Aboard the bus to the Women’s March

On Friday, Globe staff photographer Jessica Rinaldi traveled to Washington, D.C. with a local group from Massachusetts to attend the historic Women’s March on Washington following Donald Trump’s inauguration. More than 9,600 women, children...Show More Summary

The Inauguration of President Donald Trump

Donald Trump, who upended American politics and energized voters angry with Washington, was sworn in today as the 45th president of the United States, putting Republicans back in control of the White House for the first time in eight...Show More Summary

Daily Life: January 2017

For this edition of our look at daily life we share images from Serbia, East Timor, Portugal, Germany, United States, and other countries from around the world. -- By Lloyd YoungPuli Gin-Gin runs in the snow in its garden in Lautertal, southern Germany, on Jan. 5. Pulis are Hungarian sheepdogs and rarely seen in Germany. (Michael Probst/Associated Press)

Dakar Rally 2017

The 12-stage Dakar Rally is traveling through Paraguay, Bolivia, and Argentina via motorcycle, quad bike, car, or truck over extreme terrain. Competitors and support crews come from around the world to challenge their mechanical, driving, and orienteering skills. Show More Summary

Bear Ears Buttes in Utah

Known as Bear Ears for the pair of purple buttes at the region’s center, the newly proclaimed 1.9 million-acre National Mounument will preserve a photographer’s checklist of high-desert drama: spires, bridges, canyons. Yet the region’s...Show More Summary

Philippines antidrug crackdown

Since he took office last June, President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has launched a nationwide antidrug campaign that has so far reportedly led to the deaths of more than 6,000 people, who were allegedly killed in police raids or at the hands of vigilante groups. Show More Summary

Globe photos of the month, December 2016

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month, Seniors First Night, the beginning of ski season, “Boston Winter” in City Hall plaza, and the MIAA Super Bowl games. -- By Lloyd YoungFireworks display during the city’s First Night celebration on Boston Common viewed from Suffolk University’s Rosalie K. Show More Summary

The best Boston Globe photos of 2016

Staff photographers share the stories behind the year’s most powerful pictures, selected by the editors of the Globe Magazine and the Boston Globe photo department. July 4 / BostonIt’s my second year covering the Boston Pops Independence Day concert. Show More Summary

The year 2016 in pictures:Part II

Photographs from July to December on a range of topics from around the world. -- By Leanne Burden SeidelWomen react during the funeral of a victim of the failed July 15 coup attempt in Istanbul on July 17. Turkish President Recep Tayyip...Show More Summary

2016 Year in Pictures: Part I

Photographs from January -June on a range topics from around the world. -- By Lloyd Young Fireworks light the sky over Copacabana beach during New Year's Eve celebrations in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Mauro Pimentel/Associated Press)

Amazing animals 2016

A collection of images depicting many types of creatures around the world. -- By Leanne Burden SeidelArabian Oryx are seen at the Arabian Oryx Sanctuary in Umm Al-Zamool, some 290 kilometres south of Abu Dhabi near the border with Oman and Saudi Arabia, on March 1. Show More Summary

The evolving ice of Antarctica

NASA’s Operation IceBridge has been studying how polar ice has evolved over the past eight years and conducted a set of 12-hour research flights over West Antarctica at the start of the melt season. Researchers have used the IceBridge...Show More Summary

Becoming Santa

At the Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School in Midland, Mich., some two hundred Santas and Mrs. Clauses came from across the United States, Canada, Denmark and Norway to learn wood toy-making, brush up on storytelling skills, drive sleighs, feed reindeer and, most importantly, spread the Christmas spirit. Show More Summary

Battle for Aleppo

After weeks of heavy fighting, regime forces pushed to take the last of the Syrian city of Aleppo. Thousands evacuated the devastated city as reports of violence against civilians surfaced. A cease fire was reached with the rebels, but...Show More Summary

Winter is coming

A look at wintry weather across the globe ahead of the start of the season that is fast approaching. Snow falls around the Space Needle, Dec. 8, in Seattle. A wintry mix of snow, ice and rain showered the area. (Grant Hindsley/ via AP)

Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary

Thousands gathered in Hawaii today, 75 years after the attack that drew the United States into World War II. The Japanese air and naval strike on Pearl Harbor claimed more than 2,300 servicemen; destroyed over 160 aircraft; and beached, damaged or destroyed more than 20 ships. Show More Summary

Fidel Castro: polarizing icon

People mourned and celebrated the death of the controversial and revolutionary leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro. Portraits of Castro appeared everywhere this week: in Cuban homes and streets, and in the hands of people around the world. A man shows his poster of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro in his home in Havana on Nov. Show More Summary

Globe photos of the month, November 2016

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month, including the presidential election, pipeline protests at Standing Rock, N.D., and Thanksgiving Day football games. -- By Lloyd YoungProtestors at the Massachusetts State House took part in a National Day of Action Fight for a $15-an-hour minimum wage. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)

Art for the public

A look at how artists around the world are transforming shared spaces. Photographers captured recent exhibitions and permanent works on display in various locations for all to experience. People are seen on giant fried eggs art installation as part of “Hecho en Casa” (Made at home) urban artwork festival in downtown Santiago, Chile, Nov. 8. (Pablo Sanhueza/Reuters)

Training Afghanistan’s women soldiers

Kabul’s military training academy is churning out classes of enthusiastic women to serve in Afghanistan’s army, but the realities of rising violence and a conservative society make the future for the young recruits far from certain.Show More Summary

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