Lance Armstrong flies the colors during a victory parade on the Champs-Elysees after winning his seventh straight Tour de France. Armstrong claimed his unprecedented victory Sunday in Paris.
Winner Lance Armstrong, third from left, rides with best sprinter Thor Hushovd, left, best climber Mickael Rasmussen, second from left, and best young rider Yaroslav Popovych during the 21st and final stage of the Tour de France. The race ended Sunday in Paris.
Police officers guard the road leading to Scotia Road Sunday in Tulse Hill, south London, where a person linked to the July 21 attempted bombings was arrested.
William Chop, second from left, Overland Park, celebrates his 5th birthday with a pirate party. The pirates are, standing from left, Zack Schram, William Chop, Nicolas Clark and Luke Blau, and sitting or kneeling from left, Sawyer Crawford, Brent Blau, Kelsey Chop and Rudy Chop. Kelsey and Rudy are William's siblings. William is the son of Brandon and Kelli Chop. Sandy Ferris, William's aunt, Leavenworth, submitted the picture.
Iraqi and U.S. soldiers, along with dozens of locals, search for victims in the wreckage of a suicide truck bomber outside of the Rashad police station (not seen) Sunday in the eastern neighborhood of Mashtal, Baghdad, Iraq.
Mary Chatterton gives a treat to her cat Clark Saturday in the kitchen of her house in Ipswich, Mass. Researchers at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia and their collaborators said Sunday they found a dysfunctional feline gene that probably prevents cats from tasting sweets, a sensation nearly every other mammal on the planet experiences to varying degrees. Clark took part in the study.
Jaques Loveall, vice president of United Food and Commercial Workers Union pumps his fist at a press conference for the Change to Win Coalition Sunday in Chicago. Four major unions representing nearly one-third of the AFL-CIO's 13 million members decided to boycott the organizations convention, which begins today.
Space shuttle Discovery's flag waves in the breeze Sunday as Discovery sits on the pad covered by the rotating service structure at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. The countdown is under way for a Tuesday morning launch.
Chicago second baseman Tadahito Iguchi is greeted by teammate Carl Everett after scoring on a Paul Konerko double. Iguchi also homered in the White Sox's 6-4 victory over Boston on Sunday, which guaranteed a split of the four-game series in Chicago.
Dressed in coat and tie, I lay on the sidewalk in order to show the couple, the steeple, the bouquet and the groom's ring in this photo of Chad Salisbury and Jessica Walsh at Holy Trinity Church in Lenexa.
Kenneth Gibbon and Lucinda Linan symbolically walk down the tracks into their future at the Lawrence Union Pacific Depot, where they had a reception after their wedding at Danforth Chapel on KU's campus.
Shelley Knuppel sports a KU tattoo on her shoulder on her wedding day, when she married Aaron Black at Lawrence Wesleyan Church, 3705 Clinton Parkway.
Mackenzie Roberts and Stefan Miller couldn't resist the opportunity for a kiss outside Danforth Chapel on the Kansas University campus following their wedding. This was completely unposed and happened quickly.
Following their marriage ceremony, Chad Salisbury clicks his heels in joy as his new wife, Jessica Walsh Salisbury, looks on in the hallway of Holy Trinity Church in Lenexa. The groom requested the photo, and I suggested we include Jessica for a more interesting and unposed look.