Hiroshima landslide, Gaza truce talks collapse, Missouri protests, Michael Phelps in Austrailia, Giant rubber duck in California| August 20
The day in photos around the world.
Texas-based photographer Mike Mezeul spent 7 hours in a field outside of Dallas, Texas to take this unconventional shot of the lunar eclipse Tuesday night. Here’s a look at how he did it.
An Indian girl shows off her ornate jewelry and colorful outfit for ‘Gudi Padwa’ celebrations, or the Maharashtrian new year, in Mumbai, Afghanis prepare for upcoming elections, fierce hail and rain leave 16 dead in Chin, and more in today’s Day in Photos.
Carnival revelers celebrate with parades, the murder trial begins for double-amputee Oscar Pistorius, a Corvette is rescued from the sinkhole that swallowed the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky, and more in today’s daily brief.
On a snow day like today, it can be tough to remember that there was a time when we all wished it would cool down. Here are some images of hot events around the world to jog the memory — from sitting in a box full of steam and racing in Death Valley for sport to sweltering over hot coals for spiritual wellness.
The remnants of a polar vortex that brought record-breaking cold to the Baltimore area still lingered Wednesday morning. Baltimore Sun photographer Karl Merton Ferron took advantage of the slightly-warmer-but-still-chilly climate to test a cold-weather experiment: freezing soap bubbles.
Palestinian clashes with Israel, waves crash in Wales, Formula One birthday messages, delayed flights at LaGuardia and more in today’s daily brief.
The first snow storm of 2014 hit not only Maryland, but much of New England, the Midwest and the Atlantic Coast, with some regions receiving as much as two feet of snow. Several airports were closed, while flights elsewhere were delayed. Schools closed up and down the East Coast on Friday, while sub-zero wind chills took effect, leaving many to shovel themselves out in the frigid air, including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.