Julie Haynes, left, stepmother of Anthony Haynes, comforts Melanie
Hudson, Anthony's mother, at Hudson's home in Phoenix. Anthony
Haynes died Sunday at a boot camp near Buckeye, Ariz., where the
regimen includes forced marches and a sparse diet.
Seattle's Michelle Marciniak falls after making contact with
Washington's Tausha Mills. The Mystics needed four overtimes to
defeat the Storm, 72-69, Tuesday night in Seattle.
Men's Fitness magazine editor-in-chief Jerry Kindela, left,
presents Philadelphia Mayor John F. Street with a "Fit City
Achievement Award." The award was presented Tuesday to recognize
the fitness outreach programs the city has developed.
Equipment and parts from the Navy EP-3e spy plane are crated and
ready for shipment off southern China's Hainan Island. The loading
was completed Tuesday and the Russian Antonov-124 cargo jet took
off for the Philippines en route to the United States.
Producer Norman Lear announces the launch of the Declaration of
Independence Road Trip on the steps of the Jefferson Memorial in
Washington. Lear, who made the announcement Tuesday, acquired a
Dunlap broadside print of the Declaration in June 2000 with the
goal of bringing the "people's document" directly to Americans.
U.S. soldiers, members of the NATO-led peacekeeping troops in
Bosnia, watch a live TV broadcast of former Yugoslav President
Slobodan Milosevic's arraignment before the U.N. War Crimes
Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands. The soldiers watched the
broadcast Tuesday in the U.S. stabilization force base near the
Bosnian town of Tuzla.
Family nurse practitioner Shirley Dinkel, left, inquires about
Dennis J. Smith's health during a a medical evaluation Tuesday
afternoon at Health Care Access, 1920 Moodie Rd.
Dr. Laman Gray, left, and Dr. Robert Dowling display an AbioCor
heart at Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Ky. The two implanted the
experimental heart into a patient Monday.
Two-year-old Mystikal Randel, left, might not understand the
meaning behind the Fourth of July but he is awed by the holiday's
accompanying fireworks. Mystikal and Josh Drinker spent the evening
before Independence Day lighting sparklers in East Lawrence.
A grant worth $8,671 will enable the library at Kansas University's
School of Law to expand its American Indian law collection. Library
director Joyce McCray Pearson is shown Tuesday in the American
Indian law section of the law library stacks.
Winston Cup Car
Brian Wilson will be honored for his musical achievements during
"An All-Star Tribute to Brian Wilson" at 7 p.m. today on TNT.
Performers include Ricky Martin, Elton John and Vince Gill.
A young Iraqi porter carries a sack of wheat at a market in
Baghdad, Iraq. The U.N. Security Council on Tuesday approved an
extension of an oil-for-food deal for Iraq.
European Union Competition Commissioner Mario Monti answers
questions after the EU blocked the merger of General Electric with
Honeywell International Inc. The EU on Tuesday blocked GE's
proposed $41 billion purchase of Honeywell. The rejection widely
expected during recent weeks was the first time a proposed merger
between two U.S. companies had been blocked solely by European
Comedian Paula Poundstone, center, has pleaded innocent to child
molestation charges. She was accompanied Tuesday to Los Angeles
County Superior Court by publicist Jan Frazier, left, and attorney
The power-mad Mr. Tinkles (voiced by Sean Hayes) rallies his troops
to seize control of the world from the canine population in Warner
Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' comedy of the
summer, "Cats & Dogs." The movie, which opens today, continues
a long line of film portrayals where cats are the "bad guys."
Rozanne Gold's new cookbook features recipes in groups including
soups, main courses and desserts. Recipes are categorized as
low-calorie, low-fat or fat-free, and nutrition analyses are
provided. "Healthy 1-2-3" also provides menu suggestions.
Fresh Apricot Ice Cream is a special summer treat. Apricots are
juicy and at peak sweet-tart flavor during the warm summer months.
The tools of John Harrison's trade include gallons of ice cream and
a gold-plated sampling spoon.
As an official tester for Edy's Grand Ice Cream, John Harrison says
he doesn't tire of eating cool treats every day. But those scoops
have caught up with him during his 19 years on the job the ice
cream has packed 60 additional pounds onto his body.
Jake Moss, 3, digs into a box of firecrackers at Sunflower Fireworks, near Sixth Street and Wakarusa Drive. Jake was out Monday, the first day that he and others could purchase fireworks legally in Douglas County.