John Elway laughs with daughter Jessica during ceremonies at the
Pro Football Hall of Fame. Elway was inducted Sunday in Canton,
Anaheim's Garret Anderson drives a double to left field against
Kansas City. The Angels rallied to defeat the Royals, 6-4, Sunday
at Kansas City, Mo.
Barry Sanders, right, hugs his father, William, before speaking at
the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Barry Sanders was inducted Sunday in
Barry Sanders stands with his bust after his induction into the Pro
Football Hall of Fame. The former Detroit Lion was one of four
players honored Sunday at Canton, Ohio.
President Bush appears with with Roland Martin on Martin's fishing
show for the Outdoor Life Network. The episode, taped at a lake on
the president's Crawford, Texas ranch, aired Friday. Bush and
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry are accepting
television appearances that give them opportunities to expand their
image beyond politics.
LeBron James, left, and Allen Iverson celebrate during their
exhibition game against Turkey. The U.S. men's Olympic basketball
team won, 79-67, Sunday at Abdi Ipekci Arena in Istanbul, Turkey.
St. Louis pitcher Jason Marquis, right, hurls to New York Mets
batter Cliff Floyd. Marquis and the Cardinals beat the Mets, 6-2,
Sunday in St. Louis to complete a three-game sweep.
Boston knuckleballer Tim Wakefield fires a pitch against Detroit.
Wakefield tied a modern major-league record by allowing six home
runs, but he got the win as the Red Sox beat the Tigers, 11-9,
Sunday in Detroit.
A fighter loyal to radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr aims his
launcher at an American helicopter as he makes his way through the
Najaf cemetery during clashes with U.S. forces. Iraq's interim
Prime Minister Ayad Allawi made a brief, unannounced visit to the
war-shattered city of Najaf on Sunday, calling on militants to lay
down their weapons after days of fierce clashes with U.S. forces.
A crowd packs into Abe & Jake's Landing, 8 E. Sixth St., to
hear a speech by Democratic vice presidential candidate John
Edwards. Morning showers forced the Edwards appearance to an indoor
A crowd of residents and visitors await John Edwards' speech in
Lawrence. Once the rain let up Sunday, the high temperature reached
83, and downtown businesses reported thirsty patrons coming in from
the heat for refreshments.
Larry Hurlbert, a military veteran from Leavenworth, holds a
Kerry-Edwards campaign sign as he listens to John Edwards speak
inside Abe & Jake's Landing, 8 E. Sixth St. Thousands showed up
Sunday afternoon to hear Edwards' speech, though only about 720
were allowed inside. The event was moved to the entertainment venue
after morning rains soaked Buford M. Watson Jr. Park, the planned
Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards (in white
shirt) addresses a crowd outside Abe & Jake's Landing in
Lawrence. The Kerry-Edwards campaign train passed through Lawrence
without a stop early Saturday, where more than 1,000 people had
gathered. Edwards and his wife, Elizabeth (in black jacket), flew
back to Kansas on Sunday to make amends to those people who turned
out Friday in Lawrence.
John Edwards waves to supporters inside Abe & Jake's Landing, 8
E. Sixth St. Audience members said they identified with Edwards'
comments Sunday on issues like the economy.
August 2004: Lawrence Police Chief Ron Olin, left, and an unidentified police officer watch over the crowd at Abe & Jake's Landing, 8 E. Sixth St. Olin said police were joined by Douglas County Sheriff's officers, Kansas Highway Patrol and the Kansas University Public Safety Office in providing security for Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards' Lawrence visit.
The train carrying Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry and
running mate John Edwards passes through Lawrence. It was expected
to stop for the supporters who came to greet the candidates early
Saturday, but the train continued because of a mix-up, a campaign
A cell phone showing a panel from a Garfield cartoon is seen in the
offices of Universal Press Syndicate in Kansas City, Mo. The
company has partnered with Handtap Communications to sell
comic-themed screen savers, mobile greeting cards and daily comic
strips for cell-phone screens.
Ranjit Arab focuses his latest documentary, "El Jardin," on Kansas
politicians who support the federal No Child Left Behind Act but
want to refuse the children of undocumented workers the right to an
education. Arab, a publicist for the University Press of Kansas, is
pictured Thursday outside Spooner Hall on the Kansas University
A crowd of supporters fill the parking lot outside Abe & Jake's
Landing Sunday in downtown Lawrence to wait for Democratic vice
presidential candidate John Edwards. The Kerry-Edwards campaign
train passed through Lawrence early Saturday morning where a crowd
of 1,000 watched the train roll past. Edwards flew back to Lawrence
Sunday to speak.
Photo Gallery: Edwards Speaks
Rob Colvin, Topeka, and his daughter, Jaelyn, 2, give a thumbs up Sunday while waiting at Abe & Jake's Landing to see Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards address the crowd.
Mathias Wayne Klinedinst, 4 months, Eudora, looks befuddled while on his first trip to Disneyland. His dad, Steve, is holding him. The photo, submitted by mom Tami Klinedinst, was taken May 31.