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Ukraine riot cops pose for photo amid violent clashes

Ukrainian riot police officers pose for a picture near burnt-out vehicles as smoke rises during clashes with pro-European protesters in Kiev on Wednesday. Demonstrations that began on Nov. 21 flared into violence on Sunday after the government rushed through a new law effectivel …

AP severs ties with Pulitzer-winning photographer for ethics breach

The Associated Press has ended its relationship with a freelance photographer after he alerted editors that he manipulated a photograph taken for the wire service. The photographer, Narciso Contreras, digitally removed a camera from the corner of the image above, taken during hi …

Bundle up, America! Naked Cowboy keeps on truckin' through snowstorm

Robert Burck, the original 'Naked Cowboy', performs in a snowstorm in New York's Times Square on Tuesday. Burck, who started performing in Times Square in 1998, claims to make up to $150,000 a year in tips alone. He certainly deserved them on Tuesday, when a foot of sno …

From the archives: Snowball fight breaks out on Capitol lawn in 1923

Pages took a break from work to sling snowballs in an epic Republican versus Democrat snowball fight in Washington circa 1923, according to the Library of Congress. @HistoryInPics tweeted the photo as an immense snow storm headed toward the nation's capital.

Governor Christie sworn in for his second term

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie takes the oath of office, "a symbol of the bond we've created with each other over the past four years," as he is sworn in for his second term at the War Memorial Theater in Trenton, N.J. on Jan. 21.

'Sweet Caroline' Kennedy welcomes Red Sox to Japan

Boston Red Sox pitchers Koji Uehara and Junichi Tazawa presented U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy with a Red Sox jersey during a reception in Tokyo on Tuesday. Kennedy, who threw out the first pitch at Fenway Park's 100th anniversary game in 2012, hailed the Japanese pla …

Ready for battle: Ukraine protesters don medieval armor

After a night of vicious street battles, Ukrainian anti-government protesters and police clashed once more in Kiev on Monday. Protesters erected barricades from charred vehicles and other materials as the sound of stun grenades was heard in the freezing air. Some wore improvised …

Michelle Obama flaunts her AARP membership on 50th birthday

First Lady Michelle Obama tweets an image of herself posing with her membership card to the AARP on her milestone 50th birthday.

Family's terror amid Egypt unrest

A family runs away from tear gas during clashes between Egypt's security forces and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo on Friday. Morsi supporters held sporadic protests against this week's referendum in which Egyptians overwhelmingly approved a new constituti …

Blazing saddles! Horses ride through bonfire

Spanish villagers rode their horses through a bonfire Thursday night as part of a 500-year-old ritual in honor of Saint Anthony, the patron saint of animals. Fires blazed in the narrow cobblestone streets of San Bartolome de Pinares, a small village northwest of Madrid, for the L …

Year's smallest full moon looms large

A full moon backlights an airplane on its final approach to the Los Angeles International Airport over Whittier, Calif. on Jan. 15, 2014. While the moon appears to be large, it is actually the smallest full moon of 2014.

East Coasters swoon over fog photos

Dense fog caused a headache for commuters along parts of the East Coast Wednesday morning, but many were inspired to document the phenomenon in photos posted on social media. The Weather Channel reported the fog was affecting areas from New York to Virginia and the eastern Caroli …

Rescued Syrian baby back in his family's arms

A gripping photo out of Damascus last week showed a rescuer lifting a baby from the rubble of an alleged airstrike by forces loyal to President Bashar Assad. In a rare bit of good news out of Syria, an image shot Monday by the same Reuters photographer, Bassam Khabieh, gives us …

Teacher can't hide her inner child

A school teacher attempts to catch snowflakes while leading her students to a library from school in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City on Friday.

Check out SpaceShipTwo's in-flight entertainment

These scenes may look like computer-generated spaceship shots for a summer sci-fi movie — but they're totally real photos taken during Friday's test flight of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane. Cameras were mounted on the exterior of SpaceShipTwo as well as its c …

SpaceShipTwo Rockets Across Desert Skies During Test Flight

Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane flies through the sky (above left) over Mojave Calif. after separating from the WhiteKnightTwo carrier plane on its first test flight of 2014 on Friday. The company's spaceship prototype was hooked beneath its wide-span WhiteKnigh …

Breaking bread for Obamacare: President meets with young activists

President Barack Obama stopped by D.C. restaurant The Coupe on Friday to have lunch with a group of young people working on the Obamacare rollout.

Giant rubber duck pops up in Australia

Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's giant rubber duck, which has made a number of appearances on our website in the past 12 months, is continuing its world tour with a stop in Sydney, Australia.

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