Relatives of the Armstrong family mourn at a makeshift memorial for the Armstrong family after Lashanda Armstrong drove her minivan into the Hudson River, drowning herself and her three children onboard, in Newburgh, N.Y.

Relatives of the Armstrong family mourn at a makeshift memorial for the Armstrong family after Lashanda Armstrong drove her minivan into the Hudson River, drowning herself and her three children onboard, in Newburgh, N.Y.

 Cristapher Coen plays make believe as he cruises in his father's demolition derby car at their home in Nelsonville, Ohio.

Cristapher Coen plays make believe as he cruises in his father's demolition derby car at their home in Nelsonville, Ohio.

 In a wild and drunken stupor, a Seahawks fan falls into a large bonfire as thousands pour into the streets of Pioneer Square, in downtown Seattle to celebrate the Seahawks winning their first ever championship at the Superbowl XLVIII.

In a wild and drunken stupor, a Seahawks fan falls into a large bonfire as thousands pour into the streets of Pioneer Square, in downtown Seattle to celebrate the Seahawks winning their first ever championship at the Superbowl XLVIII.

 In the basement window of the mourning family, a hand rearranges photographs of the children involved in the deadly car accident when Maria Gonzalez lost control of her vehicle and it fell off an elevated highway. All seven occupants were killed on impact. 

In the basement window of the mourning family, a hand rearranges photographs of the children involved in the deadly car accident when Maria Gonzalez lost control of her vehicle and it fell off an elevated highway. All seven occupants were killed on impact. 

 A Muslim cleric performs an exorcism ritual to demonize a spirit out of Ismalah in the shelter for abused maids at the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Ismalah is the third exorcism victim after helping a Muslim Cleric exorcise Nurhayati Endunkelana back into consciousness. 

A Muslim cleric performs an exorcism ritual to demonize a spirit out of Ismalah in the shelter for abused maids at the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Ismalah is the third exorcism victim after helping a Muslim Cleric exorcise Nurhayati Endunkelana back into consciousness. 

 In the dawn following the forceful eviction of Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park by the N.Y.P.D., the brazen and sleepless protesters reconvened at Foley Square for their town-hall styled meeting to discuss what they plan to do next.

In the dawn following the forceful eviction of Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park by the N.Y.P.D., the brazen and sleepless protesters reconvened at Foley Square for their town-hall styled meeting to discuss what they plan to do next.

 Seattle turns into a winter wonderland when more inch of snowfall covers Kite Run hill creating an anywhere-you-can-sled down dilemma for sledders at Gasworks Park in Seattle, Wash.

Seattle turns into a winter wonderland when more inch of snowfall covers Kite Run hill creating an anywhere-you-can-sled down dilemma for sledders at Gasworks Park in Seattle, Wash.

 Dezron Douglas, left, plays the bass for The Dezron Douglas' Jazz Workshop during their sold out performance at Sullivan Hall for the Winter Jazz Festival, in New York, N.Y.

Dezron Douglas, left, plays the bass for The Dezron Douglas' Jazz Workshop during their sold out performance at Sullivan Hall for the Winter Jazz Festival, in New York, N.Y.

 A bicyclist crossing the sidewalk purposefully blocks police traffic during the 1 year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protests, in New York, N.Y.

A bicyclist crossing the sidewalk purposefully blocks police traffic during the 1 year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protests, in New York, N.Y.

 Christian and Ivan Bengtson, twin brothers, both joined the Army Special Forces to stay together after high school but ended getting deployed in separate companies in Afghanistan. Ivan was hurt while serving in Afghanistan and has since been honorably discharged as a disabled veteran.     

Christian and Ivan Bengtson, twin brothers, both joined the Army Special Forces to stay together after high school but ended getting deployed in separate companies in Afghanistan. Ivan was hurt while serving in Afghanistan and has since been honorably discharged as a disabled veteran.  

 

 Soldiers of the 1st Battalion 87th Infantry return home to Fort Drum, N.Y. after a year long deployment to Afghanistan.

Soldiers of the 1st Battalion 87th Infantry return home to Fort Drum, N.Y. after a year long deployment to Afghanistan.

 There is no escaping the deafening low-frequency rumble played by the band, "Sunn O)))" as they headline The Power Of The Riff Festival in Brooklyn, N.Y.   

There is no escaping the deafening low-frequency rumble played by the band, "Sunn O)))" as they headline The Power Of The Riff Festival in Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

  Pastor Elizabeth Itegi, of the Tabernacle Temple of Praise Worship Center, leads a prayer at a vigil to mourn innocent lives lost, wounded and those who are still held hostages in the standoff at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, with fellow local East African community members at Westlake Park, in Seattle, Wash.

Pastor Elizabeth Itegi, of the Tabernacle Temple of Praise Worship Center, leads a prayer at a vigil to mourn innocent lives lost, wounded and those who are still held hostages in the standoff at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, with fellow local East African community members at Westlake Park, in Seattle, Wash.

 Dr. William A. Petit Jr. appears with his family after the jury’s decision to sentence Steven Hayes with a death penalty. “This is a verdict for justice."

Dr. William A. Petit Jr. appears with his family after the jury’s decision to sentence Steven Hayes with a death penalty. “This is a verdict for justice."

 Latasha Heinz, right, tries pacifying her youngest son, Tyreck Webb, 3, bottom, as Antoinette Stokes, 5, from left, Trevon Webb, 9, Ja-Shaun Webb, 7, wait in line for food at the Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter in Roanoke, Va.

Latasha Heinz, right, tries pacifying her youngest son, Tyreck Webb, 3, bottom, as Antoinette Stokes, 5, from left, Trevon Webb, 9, Ja-Shaun Webb, 7, wait in line for food at the Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter in Roanoke, Va.

 Wet towels resembling The American Flag hang to dry in a bathroom in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Wet towels resembling The American Flag hang to dry in a bathroom in Brooklyn, N.Y.

 Ernestine "Brooklyn" Grant, at home in Bronx, N.Y.

Ernestine "Brooklyn" Grant, at home in Bronx, N.Y.

 Music lovers donning different classic-shaped sunglasses watch the band Telekinesis perform at the Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle, Wash.

Music lovers donning different classic-shaped sunglasses watch the band Telekinesis perform at the Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle, Wash.

 Decommissioned United States Postal Service mailboxes sit in storage in a mailbox graveyard in Hyattsville, Md. 

Decommissioned United States Postal Service mailboxes sit in storage in a mailbox graveyard in Hyattsville, Md. 

  Bronson Goo, left, hand-guides Dan Lovell, right, whom has very limited vision and is wearing a blindfolded sunglasses to simulate total blindness, on how to load a Tennessee Aromatic Cedar wood into the table saw safely and securely during a woodworking class at The Orientation & Training Center, a program by the Department of Services for the Blind, in Seattle, Wash.

Bronson Goo, left, hand-guides Dan Lovell, right, whom has very limited vision and is wearing a blindfolded sunglasses to simulate total blindness, on how to load a Tennessee Aromatic Cedar wood into the table saw safely and securely during a woodworking class at The Orientation & Training Center, a program by the Department of Services for the Blind, in Seattle, Wash.

 Dave Bircher trudges through the mud to close the gate to his farm in Shade, Ohio. "I don't do this because I have to survive, I'm 68, and I'm still fit. I do this because I love doing this."

Dave Bircher trudges through the mud to close the gate to his farm in Shade, Ohio. "I don't do this because I have to survive, I'm 68, and I'm still fit. I do this because I love doing this."

 Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich makes a campaign stop for the New Hampshire Primary in Manchester, N.H.

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich makes a campaign stop for the New Hampshire Primary in Manchester, N.H.

 Relatives of the Armstrong family mourn at a makeshift memorial for the Armstrong family after Lashanda Armstrong drove her minivan into the Hudson River, drowning herself and her three children onboard, in Newburgh, N.Y.
 Cristapher Coen plays make believe as he cruises in his father's demolition derby car at their home in Nelsonville, Ohio.
 In a wild and drunken stupor, a Seahawks fan falls into a large bonfire as thousands pour into the streets of Pioneer Square, in downtown Seattle to celebrate the Seahawks winning their first ever championship at the Superbowl XLVIII.
 In the basement window of the mourning family, a hand rearranges photographs of the children involved in the deadly car accident when Maria Gonzalez lost control of her vehicle and it fell off an elevated highway. All seven occupants were killed on impact. 
 A Muslim cleric performs an exorcism ritual to demonize a spirit out of Ismalah in the shelter for abused maids at the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Ismalah is the third exorcism victim after helping a Muslim Cleric exorcise Nurhayati Endunkelana back into consciousness. 
 In the dawn following the forceful eviction of Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park by the N.Y.P.D., the brazen and sleepless protesters reconvened at Foley Square for their town-hall styled meeting to discuss what they plan to do next.
 Seattle turns into a winter wonderland when more inch of snowfall covers Kite Run hill creating an anywhere-you-can-sled down dilemma for sledders at Gasworks Park in Seattle, Wash.
 Dezron Douglas, left, plays the bass for The Dezron Douglas' Jazz Workshop during their sold out performance at Sullivan Hall for the Winter Jazz Festival, in New York, N.Y.
 A bicyclist crossing the sidewalk purposefully blocks police traffic during the 1 year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protests, in New York, N.Y.
 Christian and Ivan Bengtson, twin brothers, both joined the Army Special Forces to stay together after high school but ended getting deployed in separate companies in Afghanistan. Ivan was hurt while serving in Afghanistan and has since been honorably discharged as a disabled veteran.     
 Soldiers of the 1st Battalion 87th Infantry return home to Fort Drum, N.Y. after a year long deployment to Afghanistan.
 There is no escaping the deafening low-frequency rumble played by the band, "Sunn O)))" as they headline The Power Of The Riff Festival in Brooklyn, N.Y.   
  Pastor Elizabeth Itegi, of the Tabernacle Temple of Praise Worship Center, leads a prayer at a vigil to mourn innocent lives lost, wounded and those who are still held hostages in the standoff at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, with fellow local East African community members at Westlake Park, in Seattle, Wash.
 Dr. William A. Petit Jr. appears with his family after the jury’s decision to sentence Steven Hayes with a death penalty. “This is a verdict for justice."
 Latasha Heinz, right, tries pacifying her youngest son, Tyreck Webb, 3, bottom, as Antoinette Stokes, 5, from left, Trevon Webb, 9, Ja-Shaun Webb, 7, wait in line for food at the Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter in Roanoke, Va.
 Wet towels resembling The American Flag hang to dry in a bathroom in Brooklyn, N.Y.
 Ernestine "Brooklyn" Grant, at home in Bronx, N.Y.
 Music lovers donning different classic-shaped sunglasses watch the band Telekinesis perform at the Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle, Wash.
 Decommissioned United States Postal Service mailboxes sit in storage in a mailbox graveyard in Hyattsville, Md. 
  Bronson Goo, left, hand-guides Dan Lovell, right, whom has very limited vision and is wearing a blindfolded sunglasses to simulate total blindness, on how to load a Tennessee Aromatic Cedar wood into the table saw safely and securely during a woodworking class at The Orientation & Training Center, a program by the Department of Services for the Blind, in Seattle, Wash.
 Dave Bircher trudges through the mud to close the gate to his farm in Shade, Ohio. "I don't do this because I have to survive, I'm 68, and I'm still fit. I do this because I love doing this."
 Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich makes a campaign stop for the New Hampshire Primary in Manchester, N.H.

Relatives of the Armstrong family mourn at a makeshift memorial for the Armstrong family after Lashanda Armstrong drove her minivan into the Hudson River, drowning herself and her three children onboard, in Newburgh, N.Y.

Cristapher Coen plays make believe as he cruises in his father's demolition derby car at their home in Nelsonville, Ohio.

In a wild and drunken stupor, a Seahawks fan falls into a large bonfire as thousands pour into the streets of Pioneer Square, in downtown Seattle to celebrate the Seahawks winning their first ever championship at the Superbowl XLVIII.

In the basement window of the mourning family, a hand rearranges photographs of the children involved in the deadly car accident when Maria Gonzalez lost control of her vehicle and it fell off an elevated highway. All seven occupants were killed on impact. 

A Muslim cleric performs an exorcism ritual to demonize a spirit out of Ismalah in the shelter for abused maids at the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Ismalah is the third exorcism victim after helping a Muslim Cleric exorcise Nurhayati Endunkelana back into consciousness. 

In the dawn following the forceful eviction of Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park by the N.Y.P.D., the brazen and sleepless protesters reconvened at Foley Square for their town-hall styled meeting to discuss what they plan to do next.

Seattle turns into a winter wonderland when more inch of snowfall covers Kite Run hill creating an anywhere-you-can-sled down dilemma for sledders at Gasworks Park in Seattle, Wash.

Dezron Douglas, left, plays the bass for The Dezron Douglas' Jazz Workshop during their sold out performance at Sullivan Hall for the Winter Jazz Festival, in New York, N.Y.

A bicyclist crossing the sidewalk purposefully blocks police traffic during the 1 year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protests, in New York, N.Y.

Christian and Ivan Bengtson, twin brothers, both joined the Army Special Forces to stay together after high school but ended getting deployed in separate companies in Afghanistan. Ivan was hurt while serving in Afghanistan and has since been honorably discharged as a disabled veteran.  

 

Soldiers of the 1st Battalion 87th Infantry return home to Fort Drum, N.Y. after a year long deployment to Afghanistan.

There is no escaping the deafening low-frequency rumble played by the band, "Sunn O)))" as they headline The Power Of The Riff Festival in Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

Pastor Elizabeth Itegi, of the Tabernacle Temple of Praise Worship Center, leads a prayer at a vigil to mourn innocent lives lost, wounded and those who are still held hostages in the standoff at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, with fellow local East African community members at Westlake Park, in Seattle, Wash.

Dr. William A. Petit Jr. appears with his family after the jury’s decision to sentence Steven Hayes with a death penalty. “This is a verdict for justice."

Latasha Heinz, right, tries pacifying her youngest son, Tyreck Webb, 3, bottom, as Antoinette Stokes, 5, from left, Trevon Webb, 9, Ja-Shaun Webb, 7, wait in line for food at the Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter in Roanoke, Va.

Wet towels resembling The American Flag hang to dry in a bathroom in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Ernestine "Brooklyn" Grant, at home in Bronx, N.Y.

Music lovers donning different classic-shaped sunglasses watch the band Telekinesis perform at the Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle, Wash.

Decommissioned United States Postal Service mailboxes sit in storage in a mailbox graveyard in Hyattsville, Md. 

Bronson Goo, left, hand-guides Dan Lovell, right, whom has very limited vision and is wearing a blindfolded sunglasses to simulate total blindness, on how to load a Tennessee Aromatic Cedar wood into the table saw safely and securely during a woodworking class at The Orientation & Training Center, a program by the Department of Services for the Blind, in Seattle, Wash.

Dave Bircher trudges through the mud to close the gate to his farm in Shade, Ohio. "I don't do this because I have to survive, I'm 68, and I'm still fit. I do this because I love doing this."

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich makes a campaign stop for the New Hampshire Primary in Manchester, N.H.

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