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A photograph by Michael Nichols shows Jane Goodall interacting with a primate.  (National Geographic)

Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts photographer Michael Nichols ‘Wild’ exhibit

- The Washington Times

Michael Nichols has seen the entire world through an extremely unique lens. Over decades of work for such publications as “National Geographic,” Mr. Nichols has traveled the planet to film — in stills and video — nature, peoples and otherwise capture images of our planet in a way rarely seen. An exhibition of his impressive catalog of work, “Wild: Michael Nichols,” is now open at the Philadelphia Museum of Art through Sept. 17, the first major exhibition of the photographer’s work.

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This Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 photo provided by the Oregon State Police shows the crowd at the Big Summit Eclipse 2017 event near Prineville, Ore. The full solar eclipse will happen Monday, Aug. 21, 2017. (Oregon State Police via AP)

Traffic still moving as solar eclipse approaches

- Associated Press

Traffic was still moving relatively well in Oregon on Sunday, a day before the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the United States since 1918.

FILE- In this Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, file photo work continues on the new Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, right, while the older Tappan Zee Bridge, left, is still in use near Tarrytown, N.Y. One of the largest public infrastructure projects underway in the U.S. is about to begin carrying traffic across a broad expanse of the Hudson River. Westbound travelers will be switched from the old Tappan Zee Bridge to the first span of the $4 billion Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)

First span of NY bridge built to carry millions opening

- Associated Press

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's signature public works project, a $4 billion bridge to be named after his father, is about to begin carrying commuters across the Hudson River in the New York City suburbs.

A woman sits next to candles and flowers placed on the ground after a terror attack that killed 14 people and wounded over 120 in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Attack victims came from around world to celebrate Barcelona

Associated Press

The victims of last week's attacks in Barcelona and a nearby resort town came from around the world and across generations - a Canadian with an adventurous spirit, a Portuguese woman celebrating her 74th birthday, a 3-year-old Spanish boy enjoying a day out with his family.

Day the sun goes dark

- Associated Press

North Dakotans praying for rain this summer should switch it up for just one day.

Undated handout photo provided Friday, Aug. 18, 2017 by the City of Tongeren In Belgium of Elke Vanbockrijck who was a victim in Thursday's deadly van attack in Barcelona, Spain. (TCity of Tongeren via AP)

From age 3 to 80, Barcelona victims represent a wide world

- Associated Press

An Italian father who saved his children's lives but lost his own. An American celebrating his first wedding anniversary. A Portuguese woman celebrating her birthday with her granddaughter.