Detroit manager Jim Leyland, right, gestures as he jokes with pitchers Kenny Rogers, left, and Nate Robertson. Robertson will start for the Tigers in tonight's Game 3 of the World Series.
New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress (17) pulls in a 50-yard touchdown pass in front of Dallas safety Patrick Watkins. The Giants won, 36-22, Monday in Irving, Texas.
Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling, left, and his attorney Daniel Petrocelli, right, leave the federal courthouse after Skilling was sentenced to 292 months in federal prison. Skilling was convicted in May of 19 counts of fraud, conspiracy, insider trading and lying to auditors.
Alek Joyce dressed up as a breakfast table when he was a fourth-grader at Pinckney School. Joyce is a ninth-grader at Central Junior High School.
Sarah Rew won a Halloween contest in 1999 at Rod's Hallmark with this '50s outfit. Sarah, a senior at Free State High School, said her mom made the outfit.
Erica Lignell, 13, was Britney Spears for a friend's birthday party on Halloween. She said her jacket lit up and she enjoyed singing songs through a microphone. Erica, a seventh-grader at Southwest Junior High School, was 8 at the time.
Getting ready for Lawrence High School's Halloween dance as sophomores are, back row from left, Susan Schwartz, Erin Thimmesch and Kim McDonald; front row from left, Kelly Renfro, Amanda Gage, Jade Holmes and Ellen Hernly. They dressed up as "Wild Zoo Girls." The group won $50 in a costume contest. The teens celebrated by using the money for a dinner together.
Victoria Gilman, an eighth-grader at West Junior High School, dressed as Pippi Longstocking in 1999. Victoria said she used face paint to create her freckles. She said long, striped toe socks helped complete her outfit. Pipe cleaners were used to make the braids.
Molly-Ann Wells, sophomore at Tonganoxie High School, was the Wells Blue Bunny when she was 2. She said despite being everything from Barney to a pumpkin, she thought this outfit was the most creative.
When Billy Barnes was 7 years old, he dressed up as a granny. Billy said his glasses and missing teeth contributed to his Halloween costume, which was completed with a cane and wig. Barnes is a seventh-grader at Southwest Junior High School.
"Dorothy" clicked her ruby red slippers and found herself back in Lawrence, Kansas, in time for trick-or-treating on Halloween in 1999. Hannah Fowler, seventh-grader at Central Junior High School, said her grandma made the costume. A Beanie Baby dog was used for Toto.
Emma Machell and Jessica Devlin dressed up as their favorite animals, a cat and a fox, for Halloween when they were 9 and 10, respectively. Emma, now a seventh grader at West Junior High School, said it was so cold that night that they wore sweaters, sweat pants, sweatshirts and hats to keep warm. "We looked like colorful marshmallows waddling around the neighborhood." Emma said she remembers sorting and swapping candy with her friend.
Neal Shapiro, former president of NBC News, will speak at 7:30 p.m. today at Kansas University's Dole Institute of Politics.
Port Authority police officers, left, watch as a worker inspects an object he pulled from a hole in the pavement at ground zero in New York. Searchers who have yet to unearth more than half the underground sites apparently overlooked during the initial excavation of ground zero have found more than 100 pieces of human remains believed to belong to Sept. 11 victims.
Riot police use tear gas grenades while trying to stop a Russian-made T-34 tank, which was stolen by anti-government protesters from an exhibition of the 1956 revolution, in downtown Budapest, Hungary. Protesters who have been demanding the ouster of the current prime minister disrupted celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian uprising against Soviet occupation.
Apple iPod Nanos are shown on display at an Apple Store in Palo Alto, Calif. The iPod celebrated its fifth anniversary on Monday.