Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning (18) walks on the field after the Colts beat the Jets in the AFC championship game. Indianapolis beat New York, 30-17, on Sunday in Indianapolis.
New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees (9) celebrates after the Saints beat the Vikings in the NFC championship game. The Saints won, 31-28 in overtime, on Sunday in New Orleans.
Tom Watson smiles to the crowd after hitting a downhill putt close to the pin on the 14th green during the final round of the Champions Tour’s Mitsubishi Electric Championship. Watson won the tournament by one stroke over Fred Couples on Sunday in Kaupulehu-Kona, Hawaii.
A girl cries after receiving food in an improvised distribution center organized by the United Nations as a U.N. peacekeeper from Brazil kneels to talk to children Sunday in the Cite Soleil neighborhood in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Scottie Sisemore, left, and David Sisemore ride their three-wheeled motorcycles during a club ride in San Diego. For aging riders, three-wheeled bikes provide stability and nearly all the comforts of a car while still allowing riders to feel the wind in their face.
Cami Kennedy holds her daughter, Zana, 3, Lawrence, while she checks out Edgar Allan Crow, who is being held by Ruth Herman of the Prairie Park Nature Center.
Leo, a 7-year-old male South American Sea Lion, performs during a training Sunday at the Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium/amusement park complex in Yokohama, Japan, southwest of Tokyo.
Bubble Wrap streams out of an extruding line at the Sealed Air plant in Saddle Brook, N.J.
Kansas guard Sherron Collins hands a pizza to a group of Allen Fieldhouse campers including Liberty, Mo., freshmen Leah Mary and Taylor Glock. Collins and the rest of the Jayhawks on Sunday passed out the pizzas to recognize the support of the student groups that have been camping since the morning after the Jayhawks’ game against Baylor on Wednesday.
Each Spring, ranchers in the Flint Hills burn their grazing lands to encourage new growth. Smoke from the fires drifts eastward toward the Kansas City metro area, and has in the past skewed air quality readings.
From left, Ed Brunt, Bud Stallworth, Craig Butler and Willie Amison founded the Can We Talk mentoring program for young black males at both Lawrence and Free State high schools. Their efforts have helped close the racial achievement gap in test scores.