President Bush addresses members of the Orange County Business Council, Monday, April 24, 2006, in Irvine, Calif. As Congress headed back Monday from a two-week recess, President Bush was in the country's most immigrant-rich state to push a stalled bill that would allow more foreigners to work legally in the United States.
Sanjay Kumar, former CEO of Computer Asssociates International Inc. exits Brooklyn federal court, Monday, April 24, 2006, in New York. Kumar and another former executive, Stephen Richards, pleaded guilty on Monday to obstruction of justice and securities fraud charges in a massive accounting scandal at the business software company.
Two of five Riverton High School students are led to a hearing at the Cherokee County Courthouse in Columbus, Kan., Monday, April 24, 2006. They are suspects in a school shooting plot.
Entrance security officers check students ID cards as the landmark Sorbonne University in Paris reopened Monday April 24, 2006, after six weeks of closure because of student protests over a youth jobs law that mired the country in crisis.
People celebrate on the streets late Monday night, Katmandu, Nepal, April 24, 2006. Nepal's embattled king on Monday reinstated the lower house of Parliament that was dissolved in 2002, meeting a key demand of the seven-party alliance leading weeks of pro-democracy protests.
Aidan Cahir, 5, left, and Alida Cahir, 3, smile for their grandparents, Paul and Jan Jess, Lawrence, all the way from Sacramento, Calif., via e-mail. Their parents are Ian Cahir and Jill Jess, Sacramento. Paul and Jan Jess submitted the picture.
A comparison to show the size of hail that fell in Sunday night's storm over Lawrence. This particular piece of hail measures 2 1/4" in diameter by 1 3/8" high. Sixteen-year-old, Ian Babcock, encouraged his father, Robert Babcock, to take the photo.
Damage from the hail storm on Sunday March 23.
Dr. Anil Raj, lead scientist on the sonar brain port reasearch, uses the tongue sonar to guide him around a pool in Pensacola, Fla. on Wednesday April 12, 2006. Military researchers believe the tongue could be key in their quest to create the super warrior of the future, giving soldiers sensory powers similar to owls, snakes and fish. Army Rangers with 360-degree unobstructed night vision, Navy SEALs sensing sonar in their heads while maintaining normal vision underwater _ scientists at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition are turning sci-fi into reality.
Enron founder Kenneth Lay keeps hold of his wife Linda's hand on their to the federal courthouse on the first day of the 13th week of his fraud and conspiracy trial Monday, April 24, 2006 in Houston. Lay is expected to take the stand later in the day.
New York Mets' David Wright (5) and Chris Woodward lead the team out of the dugout in celebration as the Mets' Julio Franco's two-run home run gave the Mets a 3-2 lead in the eighth inning against the San Diego Padres, in this April 20, 2006 file photo in San Diego. With uncommon poise, perspective and get-dirty enthusiasm, Wright is becoming one of baseball's toughest outs and a Big Apple icon all at once.
Southern Methodist President Gerald Turner, left, Matt Doherty, center, and athletic director Steve Orsini joke during a news conference where Doherty was introduced as the new men's basketball coach on Monday, April 24, 2006. Doherty, coming off a 15-13 season at Florida Atlantic, replaces Jimmy Tubbs, who was fired April 6 after two losing seasons and an internal investigation that uncovered NCAA violations.
Los Angeles Clippers Sam Cassell, right, celebrates with teammate Cuttino Mobley after successful defense against the Denver Nuggets in the first quarter of their first round Western Conference playoff basketball game, Monday, April 24, 2006, in Los Angeles.
Chicago Bulls' Malik Allen, center, and Andres Nocioni of Argentina, left, sit on the bench as the Miami Heat pulls ahead during the third quarter of an NBA basketball first-round playoff game at the American Airlines Arena Monday April 24, 2006, in Miami. The Heat won 115-108.