Detroit linebacker Teddy Lehman (54) forces Chicago Bears tight end
Desmond Clark (88) to fumble after gaining 28 yards on a pass play
as Lions defenders Terrence Holt (42) and Earl Holmes close in. The
Lions recovered the fumble and beat the Bears, 20-16, to snap a
24-game road losing streak Sunday in Chicago.
Cubans begin evacuating from their homes Sunday in Havana before
Hurricane Ivan's arrival. About 1.3 million people were being
evacuated to shelters as Ivan was expected to hit western Cuba this
Hurricane Ivan is seen in this NOAA satellite image taken Sunday.
Ivan battered the Cayman Islands with ferocious 150 mph winds
Sunday, and it was headed next for a direct hit on western Cuba and
the southeastern United States.
A U.S. soldier stands guard near a destroyed Humvee after a suicide
attacker detonated a car bomb near it in Baghdad, Iraq. The crater
made by the impact of Sunday's explosion is visible in the
foreground. U.S. casualties were not known, although at least three
civilians in a nearby car died.
Becky Sullivan, Lawrence, and her daughter Madison, 2, look through
books at the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt. Expansion of the
current library or construction of an entirely new library appear
likely in the next couple of years. Now two city boards are
proposing that the new library be built to environmentally friendly
standards -- part of an effort to change the path of all future
city construction projects.
K.C. coach Dick Vermeil works the sideline during the Chiefs'
Kansas City running back Priest Holmes (31) tries to turn the
corner as Denver end Marco Coleman chases. Holmes finished with 151
yards and three touchdowns, but the Chiefs lost to the Broncos,
34-24, Sunday night at INVESCO Field at Mile High in Denver.
Nebraska coach Bill Callahan, right, tries to get around Southern
Mississippi's George Batiste (70) as Batiste celebrates Southern
Mississippi's victory. The Cornhuskers lost, 21-17, Saturday in
Lincoln, Neb., leaving Kansas University and Colorado as the only
2-0 teams in the Big 12 North.
Lleyton Hewitt of Australia reacts during his loss to Roger Federer
Sunday at the U.S. Open tennis tournament. Federer won the title
match in straight sets, 6-0, 7-6, 6-0.
Barry Bonds follows the flight of his 699th career home run, which
he clubbed off Arizona's Mike Koplove. The Giants won, 5-2, Sunday
Washington Alana Beard, left, beats Houston's Tina Thompson to the
basket for a layin during the Mystics' 75-63 victory. The outcome
Sunday in Washington eliminated Houston from the WNBA playoffs.
Cummins shovels dog food during mealtime as Cheyenne, a rescued
husky, watches. Cummins says each dog gets one bowl of food except
for Cheyenne, "who likes to steal."
Maureen Cummins, background, operates the Second Chance Animal
Refuge Society with her husband, Terry, not pictured, at their home
near Auburn. Forty-four dogs, including Barley, a three-year-old
Labrador, foreground, have free reign on 50 acres and the
Cumminses' living room.
Israeli settlers and supporters conclude a protest rally and march
that ended Sunday one block from the residence of Israeli Prime
Minister Ariel Sharon in downtown Jerusalem. The settlers protested
against Sharon's plan to evacuate all settlements from the Gaza
Strip and four West Bank enclaves, in a climate of escalating
rhetoric and warnings of assassinations and civil war.
Former Vice President Al Gore criticizes Vice President Dick Cheney
at a rally Thursday in the lobby of the United Steelworkers of
America Building in Pittsburgh, Pa. Cheney's remark that "the wrong
choice" by voters could result in another terrorist attack was "a
sleazy and despicable effort to blackmail voters with fear," Gore
told the audience.
Supporters greet President Bush, center, Friday at the Ross County
Fairgrounds in Chillicothe, Ohio. President Bush opens the fall
campaign with a slight lead over Democratic Sen. John Kerry, a
recent Associated Press poll shows, and environmental concerns
offer a narrow opportunity for Kerry to make up on lost ground.
A US Airways jet takes off Saturday from Ronald Reagan Washington
National Airport in Washington, D.C. US Airways on Sunday filed for
Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, but its president and CEO vowed
to continue the airline's operations.
The Lilly Pulitzer Spring 2005 Show on Sunday in New York City
featured her hallmark pastel-colored attire, such as this Croissant
Fantine dress in pale blue and green.
Mannequins propped up on a bar feature ladylike, elegant apparel
from the DKNY Spring 2005 collection, shown Sunday in the
restaurant Pastis in New York's meatpacking district.
Tylor Musick, 10, of Gardner, adjusts the price tag of a Southwest
yard art piece at his grandmother's booth.
Emily Myers, 3, of Lawrence, tries on a raccoon fur hat at the
Kan-Tan booth during the 25th annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival.
The Sunday afternoon event included live music, food and other
Katelyn Stoss is stuck to a Velcro wall after launching herself from a jumping ring at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson. The fair opened Friday and continues through Sept. 19.
H.D. Callicotte, left, and Jim Pilch Jr., two Kansas University graduates, are serving in the Army Reserves in Baghdad, Iraq. Callicotte is from Elizabethtown, Ky., and graduated in 1981 with a degree in petroleum engineering. Pilch, from Lawrence, graduated with a degree in biochemistry in 1994. His wife, Monique, and son, Carter, live in rural Douglas County. Pilch is the son of Jim and Jill Pilch, rural Baldwin, who submitted the photo.