Students at Milford Elementary School eat a snack during a class
break last month. The children have adopted a school in Iraq, and
collected school supplies to be sent to the town south of Baghdad.
Baltimore running back Jamal Lewis (31) eludes Pittsburgh's
Kendrell Bell, left, on a 25-yard TD run in the first quarter.
Lewis finished with 2,066 yards for the season -- 39 yards short of
the NFL single-season rushing record -- in the Ravens' 13-10
overtime victory Sunday in Baltimore.
Lance Armstrong of Austin, Texas, claimed his fifth straight Tour
de France last summer. Armstrong Sunday was named the 2003
Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year.
Kansas City running back Priest Holmes, left, hugs coach Dick
Vermeil after a first-half touchdown. Holmes set two
touchdown-scoring records Sunday in the Chiefs' 31-3 rout of
Chicago at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City's Priest Holmes (31) celebrates with teammates Jason
Dunn (89) and Tony Richardson (49) following Holmes' second
touchdown. The K.C. running back set two touchdown-scoring records
in the Chiefs' 31-3 victory Sunday over Chicago at Arrowhead
Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
An Iranian, right, weeps as other men carry the corpse of an
earthquake victim on the outskirts of the ancient city of Bam,
Iran. Iranian Interior Minister Abdolvahed Mousavi Lari said Sunday
that more than 15,000 bodies had been buried and the final death
toll from Friday's earthquake would exceed 20,000.
Michael Jackson is interviewed by Ed Bradley with the CBS
television program "60 Minutes" in Los Angeles. Jackson told
Bradley during Thursday's interview that he still believed it was
acceptable to sleep with children. Jackson, arrested Nov. 20 on
suspicion of child molestation, denied the charges against him
during the interview broadcast Sunday.
Robert "Simon" Gilmore spent much of last winter on the street in
front of Weaver's Department Store.
Olathe writer Laird Wilcox looks through his personal collection of
political papers and paraphernalia at Kansas University's Spencer
Research Library. Wilcox has been writing about and collecting
materials on political extremists since the 1960s.
Mike and Laura Calwell, of Mission, and their two dogs, Zoe and
Misty, sit at Kaw Point, in Kansas City, Kan., where Lewis and
Clark camped for several days nearly 200 years ago. Calwell, a
member of Friends and the Kaw, is volunteer coordinator for the
development of the site, where a riverfront park is planned.
A U.S. soldier checks an Iraqi's driver's license against a list of
names of suspected insurgents at a checkpoint in Samarra.
Saturday's check was part of growing American efforts to trace how
ammunition and money are being provided in attacks against U.S.
The Alvamar Country Club Women's Golf Team celebrates after winning the Kansas City Team Gross Play Championship for the second year in a row. Back row, from left, are Bebe Arbuckle, Charneil Swenson, Darlene Allen, Linda Swain and Sherry Tiemeyer. Front row, from left, are June Adams, Barbara Perry, Elaine Brady and Vickie Friend. Not pictured are Jackie Hadl Fromm, Sheila Collier, Anna Fillipsen and Connie Winters. Brady, the team's play captain, submitted the picture.
Ray Feels, of Lawrence, watches his putt just miss the cup at The Orchards Golf Course. Feels got in a little winter golf Sunday thanks to continued mild winter weather. This week's temperatures are expected to top out in the 40s.