Cabaret dancers perform at a gala celebrating Tropicana nightclub’s 70th anniversary Monday in Havana.
Dr. Theresa Rossouw, left, speaks to a patient Oct. 26 at the Tshwane District Hospital in Pretoria, South Africa. Rossouw is on the front lines of a new battle emerging in the fight against HIV in sub-Saharan Africa, home to two-thirds of the world’s 33 million HIV cases.
Airport police officer Mike Manahan with his search dog, Baxo, checks a passenger’s bag Tuesday at Tom Bradley International Airport in Los Angeles.
A young Palestinian woman paints a mural Tuesday in Gaza City to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Israel’s offensive in the Gaza Strip. The Arabic text reads “Gaza.”
West Virginia’s Joe Mazzulla (21) yells after making a layup and being fouled during the second half of Tuesday’s victory against Marquette in Morgantown, W. Va.
Hunter Leonard, 7, Lawrence, waits patiently to meet with Santa at the Walmart on Iowa Street. A fellow Walmart shopper, Antonia Pennisi, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Nikki King, Health Care Access executive director, left, and Shasta Zielke, executive assistant and wellness coordinator, head to post the clinic’s final fundraising tally in December. The clinic raised $453,000 to move to a larger location at 330 Maine, across the street from LMH's emergency department. It officially opened in the new location in February.
Kansas center Cole Aldrich works for position between Belmont defenders Ian Clark (21) and Keaton Belcher (3) during the first half, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009 at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas center Jeff Withey prepares to check in for the first time this season during the second half, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009 at Allen Fieldhouse.
Seventeen turkeys search for grain in a field Tuesday along U.S. Highway 24/40 near Reno, northeast of Lawrence.
Two pedestrians maneuver their way along sidewalks Tuesday near 22nd and Louisiana Street. City Hall leaders have decided against citing people for violating the city’s snow shoveling ordinance for the rest of this week. Instead, warnings will be issued.
Kansas Turnpike Authority President and CEO Michael L. Johnston, standing at right, reports by phone while the first vehicle makes its way through the new Tonganoxie/Eudora Interchange at Milepost 212 on the Kansas Turnpike on Tuesday. The interchange is the first of its kind on the turnpike and will be completely automated with K-Tag and self-pay machines similar to those found in large retail or grocery stores.