Boston’s Kevin Garnett (5) keeps the ball away from Cleveland’s Antawn Jamison. Garnett and the Celtics held off the Cavaliers, 117-113, on Sunday in Boston.
Tiger Woods, right, chats with Jim Furyk at the Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday. Woods will play there in the Masters, which begins Thursday in Augusta, Ga.
Physically and statistically, Xavier Henry, left, and Brandon Rush cut similar figures as freshmen on Kansas University’s basketball team. Yet the consensus is that Henry is a one-and-done, while Rush was considered not ready to go pro after his freshman year. What gives?
Muhammad Jibriel, right, who was on trial in Jakarta, Indonesia, on charges of helping fund last year’s twin suicide bombings at luxury hotels in Jakarta, speaks with his father, Abu Jibriel, in this March 25 photo. The elder Jibriel is a cleric accused by the U.S. of being a key leader in Jemaah Islamiyah, Southeast Asia’s main extremist network.
Elizabeth Fowler of Annapolis, Md., shows off her hat at the Easter Parade on Sunday in New York.
Ginger Hamm sits at the piano in her Lawrence home that she shares with her husband, Emory. Hamm was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001. She taught kindergarten in Lawrence for 39 years.
People dig with their hands, shovels or skis to find Easter eggs filled with euros in a mound of snow at the Schmittenhoehe ski resort Sunday in Zell am See, Austria. In a promotional campaign for the local mountain railway, eggs with a total value of 5,000 euro, or about $6,750, were hidden in the hill.
Pope Benedict XVI addresses the faithful during the “Urbi et Orbi” (To the City and the World) message at the end of the Easter Mass in St. Peter’s Square. Benedict was silent on recent accusations of clerical sexual abuse, but other church leaders spoke up Sunday in defense of the pontiff and his leadership. Read more on page 10A.
Austin Stone, who was injured in a medical gas accident during a 2009 dental procedure, is now a student at the Kansas State School for the Blind. The City of Lawrence has agreed to pay $50,000 as part of a settlement with Stone's family.
Steam Locomotive No. 844, the last steam engine built for the Union Pacific Railroad, rolled through Lawrence on Sunday. Onlookers lined the tracks in North Lawrence to snap pictures or just get a good view of the old steam train. The locomotive stopped Sunday at Union Station in Kansas City, Mo., where it will be on display until 8 p.m. today. The locomotive’s home base is in Cheyenne, Wyo., and it is on a 28-day, eight-state tour of the central U.S. The locomotive has logged hundreds of thousands of miles on such tours in the UP Heritage program.