Butler players Ronald Nored (5) and Butler's Gordon Hayward (20) celebrate after their 52-50 win over Michigan State in a men's NCAA Final Four semifinal college basketball game Saturday, April 3, 2010, in Indianapolis.
People stand in front of the rubble of collapsed buildings Saturday in Port-au-Prince. A large-scale cleanup is just beginning to tackle piles of rubble from the magnitude-7 quake, which generated 20 million to 25 million cubic yards of debris.
When plants are propagated by layering, the part of the plant that will hopefully become a new plant is still attached to and protected by the mother plant. Layering is often considered easier and more reliable than grafting.
Roy Hillebert, left, and Brandon Price died Thursday in an industrial accident at MagnaGro International.
This undated picture provided Friday by the Russian news agency NewsTeam shows, according to the Russian newspaper Kommersant, Dzhennet Abdurakhmanova, left, and her husband, Umalat Magomedov. Kommersant said Friday that one of the Moscow subway suicide bombers was Abdurakhmanova, the 17-year-old widow of Magomedov, an Islamist rebel from the North Caucasus killed by Russian government forces in December 2009.
Eudora Boy Scout Troop 64 members take a recent tour of Fort Larned.
John Forsythe in 1983
Dr. Travis Owen Abicht and Elise Anne Schnose
A group stands in front of St. Luke’s AME, 647 Maple St., on Easter in 1963.
Bob Flannery, left, Joe Flannery and Dorothy Flannery in front of 2325 Mass., circa 1955.