Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain addresses an overflow crowd of supporters outside a campaign rally in Lee's Summit, Mo., Monday.
Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, center, introduces Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., Monday during a rally in Kansas City, Mo.
KUSports' Jesse Newell and Tom Keegan chill with Hawkman before the FIU game at a pregame event hosted by sevenyearhawk and the KU club hockey team.
KUSports' Jesse Newell and Tom Keegan do their pregame FIU podcast, hosted by sevenyearhawk and the KU club hockey team.
The sun sets on Florida International.
The KU band approaches Memorial Stadium before the Florida International game.
New England quarterback Tom Brady (12) has his leg buckled by Kansas City Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard, bottom, during the first quarter of the Patriots' 17-10 victory over the Chiefs. Brady left the game Sunday in Foxborough, Mass., and didn't return, and his season could be finished.
Coach Bill Belichick, left, claps after the Patriots defense stopped Kansas City from scoring with less than a minute left in the fourth quarter.
Jimmie Johnson poses with the winner's trophy in victory lane. Johnson won the Chevy Rock & Roll 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup on Sunday at the Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va.
Rain clouds begin to form Sunday over the upper Florida Keys. Officials in the Keys started a phased evacuation for residents Sunday morning after telling visitors a day earlier to get out. Ike, which was a dangerous Category 4 storm early Sunday before weakening to a Category 3 when it hit Cuba, was forecast to affect the Keys starting tonight, on a potential track for the central Gulf.
Taylor Swift, left, poses with Britney Spears at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards, held at Paramount Pictures Studio Lot on Sunday in Los Angeles.
Triplets Isabella, Emma and Olivia Evans, age 4, show their support for the Jayhawks. They are the daughters of Kye and Karen Evans, Payson, Ariz., and the granddaughters of Bob and Lydia Evans, Lawrence. Bob Evans submitted the picture.
Workers prepare the Large Hadron Collider for its first experiments in Prevessin, France, at the Swiss border near Geneva.
The collider is shown in its tunnel at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) near Geneva. The first beams of protons will be fired around the 17-mile tunnel Wednesday to test the controlling strength of the world's largest superconducting magnets.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain speaks at a campaign rally Saturday at the Albuquerque Convention Center in Albuquerque, N.M.
Forty years after Bronx boy Calvin Klein went into business, his fashions have become legendary.