K.J. Choi reacts after his birdie on the 18th hole to take the lead during the second round of the British Open on Friday at Royal Birkdale in Southport, England. Choi has a one-shot lead going into the third round today.
David Duval gestures from the 18th green during the second round of the British Open. Duval, who won the championship in 2001, shot a 1-under 69 on Friday to leave him three strokes off the lead.
An unidentified girl passes by the graves of Greek and Cypriot soldiers who were killed in the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus at the Tymvos Macedonitissas military cemetery in the divided capital of Nicosia, Cyprus, on Friday. Greek and Cypriot soldiers were killed in 1974, 34 years ago, during the Turkish invasion and subsequent occupation of the northern part of the island of Cyprus. Sunday is the 34th anniversary of the Turkish invasion.
A penguin that was rescued off the coast of Rio de Janeiro state by the Brazilian Coast Guard receives treatment from a veterinarian Friday at the Niteroi Zoo in Rio de Janeiro. Officials say more than 400 baby penguins have been found dead on the state's shores over the past two months.
In this May 23, 2008, file photo, supporters cheer for then Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., at a rally in Sunrise, Fla. While overall interest in the presidential campaign has swelled since last fall, backers of Obama are more fired up and express more loyalty to their candidate than McCain's, according to a poll by The Associated Press and Yahoo News.
Sheri Ann Davis
Heath Ledger, front, plays The Joker in "The Dark Knight" opposite Christian Bale as Batman. Ledger's performance is a big hit with some fans, and the film set a box office record for a midnight debut.
These are a fraction of the SUVs, trucks and vans for sale Friday in the Lawrence area. As gasoline prices rise, "for sale" signs on such vehicles have become more common sights.
Calories of each food item appear Friday on a McDonald's drive-through menu in New York. Several fast-food chains say they have finally begun obeying a new city rule requiring some restaurants to post calorie counts right on the menu.
Villagers from Baan Toom, Thailand, in the northeastern province of Kalasin, display their bat catching abilities Monday.
Nicolas Retsinas, director of Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies, left, and an unidentified man tour an earthquake-damaged building, Thursday in Dujiangyan, China. A group of international urban planning experts have been brought in to offer their expertise as China begins planning its reconstruction.
Kathleen Johnson, center left, and her daughter, Alena, 9, center right, meet Nadia Comaneci, left, and Bart Conner, right, at Bart Conner's Gymnastic Camp in Norman, Okla. Kathleen Johnson, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Men play chess over a cup of Starbucks coffee in a file photo from earlier this month in Alameda, Calif. Starbucks Corp. has announced which 600 company-operated U.S. stores it plans to close in the next year. The Lawrence store at 647 Mass. will remain open.
Andrew and Chelsea Goodman
Derek and Jacqueline Bailey
Kristopher and Christina Williams
Cameo and Michael Rossi
Holly Rowland and Justin Hukle-Vankirk
Jamie and Daniel Clagett
Christina and Dennis Allen Jr.
Laura Jennifer Robb and Kevin Michael McCoy
David Bireta and Karen Bodach
Kristoffer Omland and Jeanmarie Montney
Ashley Denneler and Aaron Weigel
Robert Jump and Heather Carlson
Doctors Pam Huerter, from left, Lori Hougham, Malati Harris and Larisa Kimuri attended the 2008 Hearts of Gold Ball benefit for Lawrence Memorial Hospital and special care nursery. The event was April 26 at O'Malley Beverage. The doctors are partners at Lawrence Family Medicine and Obstetrics.
Jan McCullough, from left, and Linda Trotter admire the items to be auctioned at the 2008 Hearts of Gold Ball. More than 700 people attended the event on April 26 at O'Malley Beverage. The event is biannual. O-Malley Beverage will host the event again in 2010.
Co-chairs of the 2008 Hearts of Gold Ball are, from left, Wayne Osness, Donna Osness, Jan McCullough and Kent McCullough. The event was April 26 at O'Malley Beverage. More than $110,000 was raised for the newly expanded special care nursery at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Chairwomen of decorations for 2008 Hearts of Gold Ball, from left, are Ann McQueeny, Connie Sollars and Ardith Pierce. The event was April 26 at O'Malley Beverage. It raised more than $110,000 this year.
Jan Dreiling, left, and Kathy Bruner assist with the decorations for the Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Association's 2008 Hearts of Gold Ball. More than 200 volunteers participated in organizing the event on April 26 at O'Malley Beverage.
The 2008 Hearts of Gold Ball was April 26 at O'Malley Beverage. The proceeds will be used for equipment for the special needs nursery at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. The nursery is to be named Tensie's Nursery in memory of the late Tensie Oldfather. Back row from left are Dr. Eric Huerter, Dr. Steve Bruner and Eric Kimuri; second row from left are Dr. Pam Huerter, Kathy Bruner and Dr. Larisa Kimuri; front row from left are Denton Nichols, Dr. Lori Hougham and Dr. Malati Harris.
Jayhawk Rotarian Dave Loch grills hotdogs, brats and chicken for the club picnic on May 31 at the Rotary Arboretum.
A five-member South Korean Rotary Group Study Team toured Northeast Kansas during May. Following their visit to the Lawrence Jayhawk Rotary Club, Dick Stuntz, center, gave golf-putting pointers to Jin Ah Park, right, while Yong Deok Kweon observed. Jayhawk Rotarian Stuntz is president of Alvamar Inc.
Jayhawk Rotary members and their families gathered for a picnic on May 31 at the Rotary Arboretum. Brad Finkeldei, far right, and daughter Chaney, prepare to launch a water balloon to his wife, Amy, and daughter Raegan.
NaHye Kim will perform on the 12-string kayagum at today's Korean Culture Show.
This species of frog, Philautus maia, was described from a single female museum specimen collected around 1860. It and a number of related species from Sri Lanka are almost certainly now extinct.
Desmoxytes purpurosea - A red-bodied millipede found in Thailand
Stylocenium mindorensis - A fruit bat discovered in Thailand by Kansas University graduate student Jacob Esselstyn
Gryposaurus monumentensis - A duck-billed dinosaur fossil found in southern Utah