Henry Rohland, Washington Post photographer, dies at 102

Henry Rohland, who joined The Washington Post in 1939 and spent much of his 37 years on staff as a photographer and photo assignment editor, died Nov. 15 at a nursing home in Williamsport, Md. He was 102. The cause was complications from pneumonia, said a grandson, Gary Hobbs. Henry William Rohland was born in … Read more

Mexico beats Saudi Arabia 2-1 but falls short at World Cup

LUSAIL, Qatar — For a long time after the final whistle, Luis Chavez crouched on the field in anguish. He had just scored in Mexico’s furious attempt to stay alive at the World Cup, but the 2-1 victory Wednesday over Saudi Arabia wasn’t enough. Because of Argentina’s 2-0 victory over Poland in a simultaneous match, … Read more

What’s Next for Virgil Abloh’s Legacy?

“Something you have to understand is, there wasn’t a plan,” said Shannon Abloh, wife of the late designer Virgil Abloh, in a New York Times interview published Tuesday, a day after the one-year anniversary of his death from a rare cancer at age 41. When he passed, Virgil was, characteristically, in the middle of doing a lot … Read more

Prince William, Kate Middleton Visit Boston: Royal Photos

Welcome to Boston! Prince William and Princess Kate have touched down in the United States for the first time in nearly a decade. “Catherine and I are delighted to be back in the United States and are extremely grateful to Governor [Charlie] Baker and The First Lady of Massachusetts for their warm welcome into Boston,” … Read more

Biden’s first state dinner menu nods to his French guests

Comment on this story Comment President Biden and first lady Jill Biden are known to be every-eaters, typically favoring red-sauced pastas and chicken tenders. But in the menu for the state dinner on Thursday night honoring French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, their usual brand of homey-classic is getting an appropriately elegant … Read more

JOE BERNSTEIN: Resignation of Juventus board is another blow for the European Super League

The mass resignation of the Juventus board amidst investigations into financial impropriety caused shockwaves beyond Italy’s most famous club. It also signified another major blow to those pressing for a European Super League. Among the departures was Juve president Andrea Agnelli, one its most enthusiastic backers. He declared he was ‘convinced by the beauty of … Read more