Second-round PGA Championship co-leader Luke Donald reacts after missing a birdie putt on the No. 9 hole. Donald, Henrik Stenson, Billy Andrade and Tim Herron shared the lead at 136 Friday in Medinah, Ill.
A Lebanese woman grieves next to the grave of her loved one, in front of his picture, before a mass funeral procession in the southern village of Qana, Lebanon. Friday's procession was for the Lebanese victims of the July 30 Israeli forces' attack on Qana. The Israeli airstrike killed as many as 56 Lebanese, mostly women and children, when it leveled a building where they had taken shelter.
Connor Karnes, 10, dives into the Municipal Swimming Pool Thursday afternoon in WaKeeney.
Astronomer Khalid Shaukat poses with a telescope at his home in Silver Spring, Md. He uses astronomical calculations to determine the Islamic calendar, so that all North American Muslims can celebrate holidays on the right day.
A hot-air balloon piloted by Joe Caputo, of Pittston, Maine, floats over Court Street during the morning commute in Auburn, Maine. About two dozen balloons took part in a Friday morning launch to kick off the three-day Great Falls Balloon Festival in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine.
This rendering shows the Tuscan-style Italian architecture that developers plan to use for the corner of Sixth Street and the South Lawrence Trafficway. The plan calls for one big box store and several smaller shops or restaurants and will be built in phases over several years.
Melissa Headrick, front left, and Grant Headrick sit in the front seat of the school bus as their siblings Jaycie, back left, and Sean sit in the seat behind as they wait to ride home after their first day of preschool Thursday.
Ethan, Melissa and Danielle Headrick, 4, sing "Itsy Bitsy Spider" during their first day of preschool Thursday in Norwich. The Headrick sextuplets were born at a Wichita hospital on April 6, 2002. On Thursday they arrived for the first day of classes at Norwich Elementary School.
The YouTube online video-sharing service already claims more than 100 million video views per day and more than 65,000 video uploads daily.
Law enforcement authorities asked Patsy Ramsey, left, in late May - a month before she died of cancer - whether she would be willing to meet with the man who claims he killed her 6-year-old daughter. The meeting never took place. Patsy and John Ramsey are pictured during the election for Michigan's 105th District in August 2004.
Four generations gather for a family portrait. From left are Connie Bishop, Billie Laughlin holding her great-granddaughter, Abigayle Spiess, 9 months, and Michelle Spiess. Michelle Spiess is Abigayle's mother.
Co-workers, police and firefighters try to help Darmin Garcia out of a 110-degree vat of dark chocolate in Kenosha, Wis. Garcia, 21, was stuck in the bubbling hot chocolate for two hours early Friday.
Ford Motor Co. announced sharp cuts in its 2006 North American production that will force it to temporarily shut down plants in the U.S. and Canada as it struggles to boost profits against intense foreign competition. Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Mo., will be affected.
Flower girl Skylar Decker, cousin of the bride, and ring bearer Jacob Knowles, nephew of the groom, enjoy playing together.
Randy McIntosh, third from right, tries to leap higher than his groomsmen, ushers and ring bearers. They were jumping for joy that Randy had found Sarah Walker, the love of his life.
Just married, Sarah and Randy McIntosh are all smiles during their outdoor ceremony at the Lawrence home of Sarah's great-aunt Kathy Decker. About 300 people attended the June 3 ceremony.
Jason and Kellie Worley
Jay and Sarah Dobbins
Anne and Ken Miller
Keri and Jeremy Prichard
Kelli Hartford and Jonathon Potter
Correy Harris and Tasha Johnson
Shane Hall and Nicole Starcher
James and Leah Lawrence
Earl and Marie Bahnmaier
Marcia and Jimmie Treat
Ella and Jack Anderson
From left, Harry and Becky Gibson and Dolores and Jerry Waugh attend the Mass Street Mosey in downtown Lawrence. The event was a sellout.
From left are Karen and Chuck Warner, of U.S. Bank, and Sharon Spratt and Erin Roberts, of Cottonwood Inc. They attended the Winemaker Dinner at Pachamama's.
From left are Jes Santularia, Teresa Kingsley, Cecil Kingsley and Brit Kring. They helped raise funds for Cottonwood Inc. by attending the Grand Tasting & Auction.
From left, Barbara Carswell, Joan Golden, Bill Carswell and Web Golden participate in the Grand Tasting & Auction at the Lawrence Holidome.
Gwen Dobson, left, and Michele Johnson raise their glasses during the Mass Street Mosey in downtown Lawrence.
Ken and Annette Wertzberger participate in the Winemaker Dinner at Pachamama's, which was a sellout.
Meg and Ross Schimmels, of Standard Beverage Corp., attend the Winemaker Dinner at Pachamama's. Salute! is underwritten by Standard Beverage Co. and U.S. Bank.
From left, Dave Johnson, Rick Pinne, Jamie Lowe, Chuck Warner and Tim Herndon attend the Grand Tasting & Auction at the Lawrence Holidome.
From left are Miles and Paula Schnaer, Salute! chair couple; and Leslie and Kendall Gammon, celebrity hosts. They attended the Grand Tasting & Auction at the Lawrence Holidome.
Drs. David and Stephanie Lawhorn participate in the Grand Tasting & Auction, a benefit for Cottonwood Inc.