Felipe Calderon and his wife, Margarita Zavala, celebrate after hearing that the Federal Electoral Tribunal voted to ratify his victory in the July 2 presidential elections at his campaign headquarters in Mexico City. Calderon became president-elect of Mexico on Tuesday when the nation's top electoral court voted unanimously to reject allegations of fraud and certify his narrow victory.
Paintings stolen on Feb. 24 from the Chacara do Ceu Museum in Brazil include Pablo Picasso's "La Dance" of 1956, center, and Claude Monet's "Marine," right. Experts have a tally of 170,000 pieces of missing art, many stolen from private homes, others pilfered from museums. Only a fraction are ever found.
Lawrence bail bondsman Jim Price of A-1 Bonding was scolded by Judge Paula Martin for bringing the wrong defendant to jail last week.
Alan Mulally is all smiles after being announced Tuesday as Ford Motor Co.'s new CEO during a news conference in Dearborn, Mich. Mulally replaces Bill Ford, who will remain chairman of the company founded by his great-grandfather. The change comes more than seven months into a restructuring, which is the second under Ford's watch and has so far failed to revive the nation's No. 2 automaker.
Kansas City's Andres Blanco, right, runs past Yankees catcher Jorge Posada as he scores on a sacrifice fly hit by Mark Grudzielanek during the seventh inning. The Royals blanked the Yanks, 5-0, Tuesday in Kansas City, Mo.
Karma Mai, 4, runs under a stone bridge in College Hill park in Wichita. Karma was having lunch and playing hide-and-seek with her mother and sister Tuesday.
Father Archie Manning, left, and sons Eli, center, and Peyton pose for a picture in this file photo from 2004. The Manning siblings will meet in the Brothers Bowl on Sunday in New York, when Eli's Giants play host to Peyton's Indianapolis Colts.
Belgrade's Jelena Jankovic returns to Elena Dementieva of Russia. Jankovic won, 6-2, 6-1, on Monday at the U.S. Open in New York and has advanced into the semifinals of a Grand Slam event for the first time.
Workers search the rubble of the World Trade Center disaster site in New York in this Dec. 26, 2001, photo. Nearly 70 percent of recovery workers who responded to the attacks on the World Trade Center suffered lung problems during or after their work at ground zero, a new health study released Tuesday shows.
Bailey Scott, 15, left, and Allison Ice, 15, both members of the 14U Finucane Phenix softball team, celebrate with their American Fastpitch Assn. national championship trophies in Blue Springs, Mo. Robyn Ice, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Katie Couric, anchor and managing editor of the "CBS Evening News with Katie Couric," makes her debut broadcast on the CBS Television Network. Couric on Tuesday replaced Bob Schieffer, who anchored the broadcast for 18 months following the departure of Dan Rather.
West tennis player Jordan Koch serves during the Warhawks' Thursday match at Lawrence High.
West Warhawks Jenny Loewen and Grace Brahler wait for a serve during a match Thursday at Lawrence High.
Kansas Ki Society students, from left, Quinn LeBar, Ben Gotto and Henry MacKinnon, listen to instruction during a session of the Kansas Ki Society's Kids Ki Aikido class. The Kansas Ki Society holds kids classes on Mondays and Saturdays.
Erin Ventura controls the ball during a U10 Kaw Valley Force game held last weekend at Heritage Soccer Park in Olathe.
West linemen, from left, Austin Holladay, A.J. Simons, Dakota Holcomb and Louis Bateman wait for the California Trail snap during Thursday's season opener at West Junior High. The Warhawks lost, 6-0.
West defenseman A.J. Simons, no. 51, chases down the California Trail ball carrier.
The 2006 South Cougars.
Kennedy Nye, center, smiles after a defensive stop by the West Warhawks during Thursday's game at West Junior High.
West Warhawk Sebastian Bonner goes after a pass by California Trail's quarterback.
West defenseman Louis Bateman takes down the quarterback of California Trail during Thursday's game at West Junior High.
Members of the West Warhawk cheerleading squad take a break during Thursday's game.
West quarterback Chandler Schmidt throws a pass during warm-ups. The Warhawks took on California Trail in their season opener, but lost, 6-0.
abbey casady gets ready to kick the ball as goalkeeper Kylie Dever looks on. The pair play for the Enforcers of the Kaw Valley Premier league.
South Cougar Randy Smith broke his leg during practice earlier in the summer. The freshman hopes to play before the season is out.
South quarterback Scott Brenn looks for the plays from the sideline. South lost its season opener to Blue Valley Thursday at South Junior High.
Ella Gore gets instructions during a Kids Ki Aikido class at the Kansas Ki Society.
Kate Rettig shows some moves during the Kids Ki Aikido class at Kansas Ki Society.