02 General News

1st. Allison Dinner / Freelance

A U.S. Border Patrol agent grabs a Haitian migrant by his shirt as he tries to run after illegally crossing the Rio Grande River at the U.S./Mexico border. In just a couple days over 13,000 Haitian migrants illegally crossed the southern border from Mexico into the U.S.. They camped under a bridge in Del Rio, TX hoping for asylum. Due to a lack of supplies provided by the U.S. government they would repeatedly cross illegally between the two countries via river to buy food and other supplies in Mexico.

2nd. Steven Senne / Associated Press

A member of the Girlz of Imani dance troupe, from the OrigiNation Cultural Arts Center, throws carnations into Boston Harbor, Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021, in Boston, during dedication ceremonies for the Middle Passage Port Marker, not shown. The Middle Passage Port Marker was created to acknowledge Boston’s history of slavery and to honor the Africans who survived or perished on the transatlantic voyage. The flowers were thrown in remembrance of those Africans who died in slavery or crossing the ocean as part of the slave trade.

3rd.Greg Derr / The Patriot Ledger

Not So Normal- first day of school for kids in Rockland who arrive to classes with a mask mandate at the Jefferson School, masks are required on the bus and in school. Monday August 30, 2021

HM1. Pat Greenhouse / The Boston Globe

Even after a memorial is set up following a teen’s recent drowning in Turtle Pond, and “No Swimming” signs are reposted, people continue to go into the water, in Boston, MA, on Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

HM2. Steven Senne / Associated Press

Logan Evans, 9, center, son of the late U.S. Capitol Police officer William “Billy” Evans, holds a stuffed toy as he departs St. Stanislaus Kostka Church with his grandmother Janice Evans, behind center left, and his mother Shannon Terranova, center right, who holds his sister Abigail Evans, 7, right, following a funeral Mass for his father, in Adams, Mass., Thursday, April 15, 2021. Evans, a member of the U.S. Capitol Police, was killed on Friday, April 2, when a driver slammed his car into a checkpoint he was guarding at the Capitol.