Recreation

Colombia tango festival thrills dance lovers in Medellín – in pictures

Dancers compete in the annual international tango festival in Colombia’s second-largest city. The event, in its 11th year, also includes workshops and concerts

Photography

World's Ugliest Dog: This gassy Neapolitan Mastiff named Martha

PETALUMA, Calif. - A 125-pound gentle giant named Martha on Friday night was crowned the winner of the 29th annual World’s Ugliest Dog Contest.<p>The gassy Neapolitan Mastiff was a favorite of the Northern California crowd from the start, often plopping down on her side on stage with her droopy face …

San Francisco Bay Area

The week's best photojournalism

Girls stand in monsoon rains beside laundry in New Delhi, India. | (<i>REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton</i>)<p>People participate in a yoga class during an annual …

Guatemala

The 20 photographs of the week

Wildfires in Portugal, the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire, protests in Caracas and the continuing violence in Mosul – the news of the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists

Photography

Best photos of the day: Glastonbury festival and Royal Ascot

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of highlights from around the world, including a Tango festival, an Olympic bid and the EU summit

Photography

Scenes from the Paris Air Show: See what you missed in 2017

The 2017 edition of the Paris Air Show is wrapping up this week, and -- as usual -- a number of interesting storylines have emerged from the latest edition of the event.<p>Boeing bested Airbus in what Reuters described as “a red hot race for new business” at the show, recording 571 net new orders to …

Aviation

Week in pictures: 17-23 June 2017

<b>Our selection of some of the most striking news photographs taken around the world this week.</b><p><b>All photographs are copyrighted.</b>

Photography

Reveal, repeal, replace? GOP unveils health bill

Got a minute? Senate Republicans publish healthcare bill… Obama condemns bill’s ‘fundamental meanness’… Trump says poor folks shouldn’t run the economy – and everything else in today’s politics. By Jamiles Lartey

Politics

Glastonbury festival gets going on hottest day – in pictures

The queues are long, the sun is out (for now) and the selfies are in full flow – Glastonbury 2017 has officially begun

Festivals

Donald Trump Admits He Didn't Tape Conversations With James Comey

2017 Scenes From Congress & Capitol Hill<p>1 Somber Day<p>Aaron P. Bernstein/Reuters<p>2 Family Matters<p>Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via Getty Images<p>3 A …

Bucks Pick at #17: DJ Wilson

D.J. Wilson #5 of the Michigan Wolverines takes a shot Kenny Williams #50 of the Northern Michigan Wildcats during the first half at Crisler Arena on …

College Basketball

2017 NHL Awards – Arrivals

<b>2017 NHL Awards – Arrivals2017 NHL Awards - Arrivals</b><i>LAS VEGAS, NV - JUNE 21: Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers and guest attend the 2017 NHL</i> …

Las Vegas

Christina Perri gets engaged to her longtime love, Paul Costabile

Christina Perri is off the market!<p>The "Thousand Years" singer got engaged to her longtime boyfriend, Paul Costabile, this week, and shared the happy …

AOL

Sun-worshippers and nude swimmers mark the June solstice around the world

Tens of thousands of people marked the June solstice across the world by worshipping the sun, and going for a naked swim.<p>In the UK, thousands …

Queen's Speech

If The 50 States Were People At A Party

It's a party in the USA.<p>Posted on June 20, 2017, 18:16 GMT<p>Texas: The bouncer.<p>Young84 / Getty Images, Oinegue / Getty Images<p>Don't mess with Texas.<p>Indiana: The party host.<p>Young84 / Getty Images, Elnariz / Getty Images<p>Ever been to a barn party?<p>Delaware: First to arrive.<p>Young84 / Getty Images, Jackf / …

Humor

Can You Identify The Gossip Girl Character Based On The Outfit?

As Queen B said, "Stop what you're doing. We need to shop."

Superheroes

This Color Quiz Will Reveal A Deep Truth About You

All you have to do is answer five simple questions.

Georgia on Trump's mind

Got a minute? Georgia’s sixth congressional district goes to the ballot with polls neck and neck ... Senators go live to challenge healthcare repeal ... Spicer reappears, but for how long? And everything else in today’s politics. By Jamiles Lartey

Jon Ossoff

Summer and winter solstice celebrations around the globe

The summer and winter solstices mark the longest and shorts days of the year depending on where you are in the world. In Southern England, thousands gathered to watch the sunrise at Stonehenge on Wednesday morning, on the longest day of the year. Across the Atlantic, thousands of yogis travel to …

Solstice

Best photographs of the day: dragon boats and Ascot

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of highlights from around the world, including Adele’s visit to Grenfell Tower firefighters, the first day of Royal Ascot, and al fresco yoga

Photography

In Pictures: Finsbury Park Terror Attack

One person has died after a terror attack on worshippers near a mosque in London.<p>Posted on June 19, 2017, 09:33 GMT<p>One person is dead and 10 people are wounded after a man behind the wheel of a white van drove into a group of worshippers who had just left Ramadan prayers at Finsbury Park Mosque in …

Terrorism

Celebrity photos: Ryan Gosling — who’s cozying up to ‘Blade Runner 2049’ star?

Ryan Gosling and “Blade Runner 2049” co-stars Ana de Armas and Sylvia Hoeks appear in Barcelona for a CineEurope event. Also, Mark Wahlberg, Josh …

Movies

A minute's silence for Grenfell – in pictures

Emergency services joined the public to observe a minute’s silence in remembrance of those who lost their lives and for all those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in London

Photography

Alternate juror in Cosby trial says he 'probably' would've voted guilty

An alternate juror selected for Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial said Monday that he "probably" would've voted guilty after Judge Steven O'Neill declared a mistrial Saturday.<p>The deadlocked jury deliberated for 52 hours over five days and could not come to a unanimous verdict on any of three counts …

Justice

2017 Confederations Cup

None<p>Pablo Hernandez of Chile tackles Julian Draxler of Germany. Francois Nel, Bongarts/Getty Images<p>Germany goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen directs teammates against Chile. Yuri Cortez, AFP/Getty Images<p>Germany midfielder Lars Stindl scores against Chile. Yuri Cortez, AFP/Getty Images<p>Chile's Alexis …

Soccer

London underground stations closed amid concern of safety of Grenfell Tower

No service is running between Aldgate and Edgware Road due to "planned engineering work and the recent fire in the Latimer Road area", according to …

Man who survived Niagara Falls jump, killed in latest attempt

Kirk Jones, who famously survived going over Niagara Falls in 2003, died in another attempt over the famous waterfall weeks ago.<p>Jones' body was found earlier this week in Lake Ontario by a fisherman.<p>New York State Park Police Detective Sgt. Brian Nisbet said it appears Jones was in the Niagara …

Canada

The 20 photographs of the week

The Grenfell Tower fire, protests in Caracas and Moscow, the under-20 World Cup and Rafael Nadal at the French Open – the news of the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists

Photography

UFC's Julianna Pena was 'very, very heartbroken' after loss to Valentina Shevchenko

Jan 28, 2017; Denver, CO, USA; Valentina Shevchenko (red gloves) celebrates after defeating Julianna Pena (blue gloves, not pictured) during UFC …

UFC

The week's best photojournalism

A parade arrives as fans light flares before the Calcio Fiorentino — a historic form of soccer — semifinal match in Florence, Italy. |</i> …

Golden State Warriors