This undated photo shows a baby Tamandua (or Lesser Anteater) at Discovery Cove in Orlando, Fla. This photo appears in the book “ZooBorns!” The ZooBorns website gets about a million hits a month.
Oregon quarterback Darron Thomas, center, celebrates after throwing a touchdown pass as Oregon offensive lineman Mark Asper, left, and Southern California linebacker Shane Horton look on. No. 1 Oregon defeated USC, 53-32, on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Thomas J. Woods, 78, sits Wednesday in his home in Fayetteville, Ga. The stories of Woods and other black veterans who served among the military’s first desegregated units during the Korean War offer an iconic history lesson amid the debate over whether gays should be allowed to serve openly in uniform.
A customer enters The Green Easy, a medical marijuana dispensary, June 23 in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles. If voters approve a ballot initiative to legalize and allow the taxing of recreational marijuana, there are some new social scenarios that could play out in the days, weeks and months ahead.
This undated photo released by the Kilodavis family shows 5-year-old Dyson Kilodavis of Seattle. Cheryl Kilodavis, Dyson’s mother, self-published “My Princess Boy” over the summer about the sometimes cruel reaction Dyson faces when he wears sparkly frocks, twirly skirts and blingy jewelry.
Prakesh, a migrant worker takes a bath Oct. 23 near an open sewer at a slum in Mumbai, India. When U.S. President Barack Obama visits India Saturday he will find a country of startlingly uneven development and perplexing disparities, where more people have cell phones than access to a toilet, according to the United Nations.
Comedians Stephen Colbert, left, and Jon Stewart perform Saturday during their Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on the National Mall in Washington. The “sanity” rally blending laughs and political activism drew thousands to the mall with Stewart and Colbert casting themselves as the unlikely maestros of moderation and civility in polarized times.
Teller, the quiet half of the Penn and Teller magician team, poses April 13, 2007, at the Four Seasons hotel in Los Angeles. Teller has co-written and directed the off-Broadway show “Play Dead,” opening Nov. 11 at the Player’s Theater in New York.
Dr. Sandeep Kapoor leaves court after he was acquitted on all charges in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy trial Thursday in Los Angeles.
Jacob Burmood helps pour hot iron into sand block molds with team members. Sculpture students from Kansas University held an outdoor public pour of iron Saturday near Ninth and Rhode Island streets downtown where individuals had a hand in creating art pieces out of sand blocks. The fundraising event was for the sculpture students to attend workshops around the country.
A young girl jumps over bale of straw Saturday in front of the Alps, with Germany’s highest mountain Zugspitze, in a field near Wolfratshausen, southern Germany.
A sticker honoring Declan Sullivan, a 20-year-old Notre Dame junior from Long Grove, Ill., who was killed Wednesday when a scissor lift in which he had been videotaping football practice toppled over, is shown on the helmet of Notre Dame quarterback Dayne Crist before the start of the Irish’s game against Tulsa on Saturday in South Bend, Ind.
Nebraska running back Roy Helu Jr. sprints for a touchdown against Missouri. Helu Jr. rushed for 307 yards, and Nebraska beat Missouri, 31-17, on Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
Kansas kick returner Bradley McDougald looks for a hole against Iowa State during the third quarter Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 at Jack Trice Stadium.
Hunter instructor Derek Welsh uses a simulated fence to demonstrate proper handling of a firearm when hunting alone during a hunter education class Saturday.
Saturday was perfect weather for opening windows. Jane Wing had her window open to paint around its frame at her home in the 4800 block of West 24th Street.
Allison Mayfield (15) spikes the ball past Aubree Piper (13) during Kansas University's volleyball match against Texas Tech Saturday evening at the Horejsi Center.
Lawrence High runner Zach Andregg (151) vies for position against Shawnee Mission East runner Adam Simmons (306) during the Kansas 6A state championship cross country race Saturday morning at Rim Rock farm. Andregg’s time of 16:34.60 earned him 18th place and an individual medal.