Jeff Burton celebrates his NASCAR Checker Auto Parts 500 win Sunday
at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Ariz.
Arizona's Randy Johnson delivers a pitch during the first inning.
"The Big Unit" threw a complete-game shutout against New York on
Sunday in Phoenix. The Diamondbacks lead the World Series 2-0.
HASKELl UNIVERSITY Information Technology specialist David Fire has
been the only line of defense against hackers who've been working
to infect the university's servers with worms like Code Red and
Nimidia. The problem began this summer when the first attack
infected one server.
Part of the Baldwin Elementary School is housed in this 1922
building that was originally a K-12 school, then a junior high.
The approval of a school bond issue for a new building would
decrease the size of large classrooms in the Baldwin Elementary
School, which has an enrollment of 450. Fifth-grade teacher Donna
Reed recently led students in completing their daily assignment
books. Reed, one of three fifth-grade teachers in Baldwin, has 26
students in her class.
San Diego's Leonardo Carson (96) reaches out to recover a ball
fumbled by Buffalo quarterback Rob Johnson (11) as the Bills' Jon
Carman pursues during the first quarter. San Diego won, 27-24.
New Orleans running back Ricky Williams (34) is wrapped up by St.
Louis' Adam Archuleta during the third quarter of Sunday's game.
Also pictured is New Orleans' Wally Williams (63). The Saints won,
Ray Ettinger of Independence, Mo., holds a small portion of the
scarf he knitted that is listed in the Guinness Book of World
Records as the world's longest knitted scarf. The scarf, begun in
1995, is 7 inches wide by 3,523 feet long. It fills two large boxes
in the back of his van.
Photographer Rick Sammon used a photo-quality Inkjet printer and
photo-quality, glossy paper to ensure that every whisker is visible
in this tiger photograph.
In a time when most online retail companies are going under,
Smartbargains.com has had a significant increase in sales and
business. Carl S. Rosendorf, the company's chief executive officer,
is shown here with some of the site's offerings.
Mounted police pass by the congress hall where the climate summit
will take place this week in Marrakesh, Morocco. This meeting will
be the first major international conference to be held after the
terrorist attacks on America on Sept. 11.
Mourners walk around St. Dominic's Catholic Church in Behawalpur,
Pakistan. Unidentified gunmen killed 16 Christian worshippers
Prot (Kevin Spacey, left) and Dr. Mark Powell (Jeff Bridges) get to
know each other in the film "K-Pax." The movie debuted in first
place at the box office over the weekend.
A youngB.B. King is shown in this undated handout photo. "American
Roots Music," a four-part series on PBS, traces the development of
uniquely American music genres, combining archival footage of King
and others, along with newly filmed performances and interviews
with artists and scholars.
A unidentified man waves a flag during a memorial service Sunday in
New York for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade
Naime Tugce Sarikus, a junior from Turkey, is one of several
foreign students who work at Kansas University while they attend
school. Sarikus works in the department of student housing in
Corbin Hall. Proposals under consideration in Congress would allow
the government a tighter rein on foreign students.
Gail Sanders, a waitress at a truck stop in Cordele, Ga., holds a
terrorist wanted poster. Sanders keeps photos of suspected
terrorists beneath the counter and scrutinizes every customer who
enters her busy south Georgia truck stop.
Charlie Bell, of Madisonville, Ky., and other truckers, concerned
about terrorism, have stopped giving their traditional "Smokey
Bear" warnings over their CB radios.
Kansas Atty. Gen. and Kansas University Alumna Carla Stovall, seen
here Friday on the front steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, will
defend the constitutionality of the state's sexual predator law
Tuesday before the high court. Her opponent: another KU law
New Jersey Department of Health Services employee Doreleena
Sammens-Posey, left, leads John Arnone of Trenton, N.J., into an
anthrax testing area at St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton. The
hospital on Sunday opened a walk-in clinic for people who have been
advised to take antibiotics because they had access to nonpublic
areas of the Hamilton regional postal facility, where several
workers have tested positive for anthrax.