Chicago White Sox mascot Southpaw, right, uses a broom to sweep away the Royals after the White Sox claimed a 15-5 rout Sunday in Chicago.
Spain’s Andres Iniesta, center, holds up the World Cup trophy as he celebrates with teammates after a 1-0 finals victory Sunday over the Netherlands in Johannesburg.
Paula Creamer tees off on the first hole during the final round of the U.S. Women’s Open. Creamer won her first major on Sunday at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pa.
Stormwater covers the intersection at 23rd Street and Ousdahl Road early Sunday afternoon, although the intersection remained passable. Sunday’s storms caused minor street flooding in town, but both the Kansas and Wakarusa rivers remained well below flood stage, according to the National Weather Service. Flooding was more of a road hazard in Leavenworth and Wyandotte counties, where Kansas Highway 5 was under water and closed on Sunday afternoon.
A newly born calf mooches grass from its mother Sunday at Deepor Beel wildlife sanctuary on the outskirts of Gauhati, India. According to news reports, wild animals are becoming desperate and entering human areas in search of food and water, as their habitat is decreasing because of heavy deforestation and human encroachment.
Oil leaks from the fractured Deepwater Horizon wellhead, center, as the transition spool, right, which will go into the gushing wellhead before a new containment cap is placed on, is maneuvered above the site in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday. The photo is taken from video supplied by BP. If all goes well, the cap is expected to be installed between Wednesday and next Sunday. Read more on the story on page 2A.
Quinn Gomez, 16, Calgary, Alberta, performs “Etude Tableau Op. 39 No. 6 in A minor” by Rachmaninoff, during semifinals of the International Institute for Young Musicians piano competition Sunday at Kansas University. Fifteen contestants performed Sunday in the semifinals, which continue today.
From left, Adam Hougland, Tyler Cummins and Conrad Roberts wait out a storm on a flooded Alvamar public fairway on Sunday.
Kara Phillips, top, a stroke and turn judge and mother of Aquahawks swimmer Maleen Hatfield, 10, on floor, visit at the Aquahawks’ Wave the Wheat swim meet Sunday at the Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center.