United States’ Clint Dempsey, center, celebrates after scoring a goal in the World Cup Group C soccer match
against England. The two squads tied, 1-1, on Saturday in Rustenburg, South Africa.
England’s Emile Heskey, top right, vies for the ball with United States’ Oguchi Onyewu, left, and United States’ Ricardo Clark during the World Cup Group C soccer match. The United States tied England, 1-1, on Saturday in Rustenburg, South Africa.
A woman cries Saturday outside the family center in Lodi, Ark., while waiting for word about relatives missing after a flash flood swept through a popular campground, killing numerous people. Rescue crews took to kayaks, horseback and ATVs on Saturday to resume the desperate search for about two dozen campers still missing.
England goalie Robert Green fails to make a save. The goal allowed the United States to come away with a 1-1 tie in the World Cup game Saturday at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa.
The KVSA U10 Division 2 runner-up soccer team from Lawrence (better known as the “Dynamite”) is pictured. Coach Robert Beeley, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Symphony in the Flint Hills attendees start to fill in the natural ampitheater in the South Clements pasture pasture seven miles south of Bazaar. The land is owned by Texan Ed Bass. In 90 minutes, the event sold out, selling 5,000 general admission tickets.
Loren Corliss, upper left, of Wichita, poses for a group photo in this undated photo provided by Corliss. Corliss was a B-24 pilot in World War II and survived 45 days in a Philippine jungle after his plane was shot down by Japanese fighter planes.
American fans cheer Saturday as they watch on a giant screen the World Cup soccer game between England and the U.S. at Durban beach, South Africa. The match ended in a 1-1 tie.
President Barack Obama, accompanied by National Incident Commander Adm. Thad Allen, makes a statement after being briefed on the BP oil spill relief efforts in the Gulf Coast region June 4 at Louis Armstrong International New Orleans Airport in Kenner, La.
Crude oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill washes ashore Saturday in Orange Beach, Ala. Large amounts of the oil battered the Alabama coast, leaving deposits of the slick mess some 4-6 inches thick on the beach in some parts.
William Wegman’s “Duster” is pictured.
Korean War veterans Henry F. Reed, 78, of Butte, Mont., left, and Lynn A. Freeman, 87, of Concord, Calif., right, talk as veterans of the 2nd Infantry Division and the 5th Regimental Combat Team, listen during a tour of a war monument June 2 at Dabu-Ri, South Korea. Some were among the troops who held out in mid-1950 on the last-ditch “Pusan Perimeter,’’ staving off final North Korean conquest of the south.
A mobile phone reads the results from a bar code on the sign on the window from outside of Phil’z Coffee in San Francisco. Bar codes that look like a jumble of little squares randomly arranged within a larger square are popping up on everything from bus stop billboards to restaurant doors. If you spot one and scan it with your cell phone camera and a special application, it will lead to anything from a website to a photo or video online.
The entrance to Hogwarts Castle is seen Wednesday at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando theme park in Orlando, Fla. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opens to general admission ticket holders Friday.
Samantha Angell, 9, and her sister, Sydney Angell, 7, try to stay dry by squeezing under the counter of a vending stand as a light rain falls Saturday in downtown Tonganoxie. Heavy rains that started about 9 a.m. Saturday drastically reduced attendance at the annual Tonganoxie Days event and made many vendors head home before the sun made an appearance during the mid-afternoon.
This undated image provided May 26 by Tribune Media Services Inc. shows the character Annie and her beloved pooch, Sandy, riding in a car from the “Annie” comic strip. The comic strip, which debuted in 1924, will disappear from the funny pages after today’s strip. They will have a future, but for now, where that will be is unknown.
Ethnic Uzbeks gather Saturday near the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border in southern Kyrgyzstan trying to seek refuge in Uzbekistan from mobs of Kyrgyz men attacking the minority Uzbek community. The country’s second-largest city, Osh, slid into chaos Friday when gangs of young Kyrgyz men with firearms and metal rods marched on Uzbek neighborhoods and set their homes on fire.
Michael Rack, Lawrence, holds his son Mason, 4, as the two get their photo taken with KU freshman-to-be Josh Selby, right, at KU coach Bill Self’s parent/child basketball camp on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.
Soccer fans at the Red Lyon Tavern celebrate a U.S. team goal in the first half of a World Cup tournament match between U.S. and England. The teams ended the game with a 1-1 draw.
Judge Dannie Cyphers, Salina, inspects a Siamese cat Saturday during the ACFA Cat Show at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. The event was sponsored by the K.C. Midwest Cat Club and continues today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.