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  • Brazil Soccer WCup Germany Argentina
    Argentina's head coach Alejandro Sabella answer to questions during a news conference the day before the World Cup final soccer match between Germany and Argentina at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Felipe Dana | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Israelis run to a shelter as a siren warning of incoming rockets is heard around the southern city of Beersheba, Israel, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes overnight targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Tsafrir Abayov | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    FILE - In this file picture taken on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010, a Romanian Roma boy covers his eyes as adults dance in Costesti, Romania, . One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda, File | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    FILE - In this file picture taken on Monday, Feb. 20, 2006, a Romanian Gypsy man carries a banner during a protest march in Bucharest Romania. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda, File | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    A Roma woman speaks about the hardships faced in camp in Grigny, France, with her back to the camera, fearing identification, during an interview with the Associated Press in Voluntari, outside Bucharest, Romania, on June 25, 2014. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    A Roma child holds a mobile phone displaying a photo of assaulted Roma youngster Darius, in Voluntari, outside Bucharest, Romania, on June 25, 2014. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    FILE - In this file picture taken on Monday, Sept. 6, 2010, Roma rights activists cover their faces with enlarged fingerprint copies during a protest in front of the French embassy in Bucharest, Romania. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda, File | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    FILE - In this file picture taken on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010, Romanian Roma Mariana Sasz smokes a cigarette along with her husband Ionut Sasz, right, while holding her child after being returned from France in Bucharest, Romania. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda, File | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    FILE - In this file picture taken on Monday, Sept. 6, 2010, a Roma rights activist an enlarged fingerprint copy during a protest in front of the French embassy in Bucharest, Romania. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda, File | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    A Roma child holds a mobile phone displaying a photo of assaulted Roma youngster Darius, in Voluntari, outside Bucharest, Romania, on June 25, 2014. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    A Roma woman speaks about the hardships faced in camp in Grigny, France, with her back to the camera, fearing identification, during an interview with the Associated Press in Voluntari, outside Bucharest, Romania, on June 25, 2014. One of the inhabitants of this Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda | AP Photo
  • Romania France Uprooted Gypsies
    FILE - In this file picture taken on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010, an elderly Romanian Roma man smokes after he and more than 200 others were returned from France, in Bucharest, Romania. One of the inhabitants of the Grigny Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Vadim Ghirda, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Israelis run a shelter as a siren warning of incoming rockets is heard around the southern city of Beersheba, Israel, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes overnight targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Tsafrir Abayhov | AP Photo
  • Footlongs, Futbol & Fun
    SUBWAY Global Ambassador Pele, right, the greatest footballer of all time, meets Mariano Rivera, the greatest closer of all time, for the first time ever at a SUBWAY Restaurant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Invision for SUBWAY Restaurants | Photo by Dado Galdieri
  • Footlongs, Futbol & Fun
    SUBWAY Global Ambassador and Brazilian soccer legend Pele, serves a sandwich to a lucky customer at a SUBWAY restaurant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Invision for SUBWAY Restaurants | Photo by Dado Galdieri
  • NASCAR New Hampshire Auto Racing
    Driver Brian Vickers races ahead of Jeff Gordon during the final practice before Sunday's Sprint Cup Series auto race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Saturday, July 12, 2014, in Loudon, NH
    Jim Cole | AP Photo
  • NASCAR New Hampshire Auto Racing
    Brian Vickers rests after the morning practice for Sunday's Sprint Cup Series auto race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Saturday, July 12, 2014, in Loudon, NH
    Jim Cole | AP Photo
  • NASCAR New Hampshire Auto Racing
    Brian Vickers talks with his crew after the morning practice for Sunday's Sprint Cup Series auto race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Saturday, July 12, 2014 in Loudon, N.H.
    Jim Cole | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Netherlands' Arjen Robben, front, is tripped by Brazil's Thiago Silva during the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The Netherlands scored on a penalty shot awarded for the incident.
    Natacha Pisarenko | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Netherlands' Robin van Persie, third right, scores the opening goal from the penalty spot during the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Manu Fernandez | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Netherlands' Robin van Persie celebrates after scoring his team's first goal on a penalty shot during the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Natacha Pisarenko | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Netherlands' Robin van Persie celebrates after scoring a penalty during the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Themba Hadebe | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Netherlands' Robin van Persie celebrates after scoring his team's first goal on a penalty shot during the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Natacha Pisarenko | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer 2014 WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar dives in an attempt to stop a shot by Netherlands' Robin van Persie, who scored his team's first goal on a penalty shot during the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Andre Penner | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Netherlands' Robin van Persie, right, celebrates with his teammate Dirk Kuyt after scoring his team's first goal on a penalty shot during the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Natacha Pisarenko | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Shakira
    Colombian pop star singer Shakira poses for a photo during an interview in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Shakira will perform at the World Cup's closing ceremony at Maracana Stadium, Sunday.
    Leo Correa | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Shakira
    Colombian pop star singer Shakira poses for a photo during an interview in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Shakira will perform at the World Cup's closing ceremony at Maracana Stadium, Sunday.
    Leo Correa | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    Stage winner France's Blel Kadri, wearing the best climber's dotted jersey, celebrates on the podium of the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Christophe Ena | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    Stage winner France's Blel Kadri grimaces as he strains during the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Christophe Ena | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    Stage winner France's Blel Kadri puts on the best climber's dotted jersey on the podium of the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Laurent Cipriani | AP Photo
  • Pirates Reds Baseball
    Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher Curtis Partch throws against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the eighth inning of a baseball game, Friday, July 11, 2014, in Cincinnati. Partch was the winning pitcher in the game won by Cincinnati 6-5.
    Al Behrman | AP Photo
  • North Dakota Saltwater Spill
    In this July 11, 2014 photo, cars sit in unkempt grass in front of a water tower in Mandaree, N.D., on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. A nearby pipeline spewed 1 million gallons of saltwater into North Dakota's badlands in early July. For reservation residents, there is a difficult balance between the potential prosperity of oil and gas development and conserving a land regarded as sacred by cultural beliefs.
    Josh Wood | AP Photo
  • North Dakota Saltwater Spill
    A roadside sign encourages tribal members and visitors to Fort Berthold Indian Reservation to protect the environment in this July 11, 2014, in Mandaree, N.D. Mandaree a few miles away from the site of a pipeline that spewed 1 million gallons of saltwater, an oil production byproduct, into North Dakota's badlands.
    Josh Wood | AP Photo
  • North Dakota Saltwater Spill
    In this July 11, 2014 photo, Ruth Anna Buffalo stands in a ravine that she would often travel to as a child in North Dakota's badlands near Mandaree, N.D. A nearby underground pipeline spewed 1 million gallons of saltwater into the badlands in early July. Buffalo compares the impact of oil and gas development on the land to the creation of a lake by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the 1950s that flooded her ancestors' homes.
    Josh Wood | AP Photo
  • North Dakota Saltwater Spill
    This July 11, 2014 photo shows a house in Mandaree, N.D., on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. An underground pipeline several miles from Mandaree spewed 1 million gallons of saltwater, an oil production byproduct, into North Dakota's badlands in early July. For reservation residents, there is a difficult balance between the potential prosperity of oil and gas and the conservation of a land regarded as sacred by cultural beliefs.
    Josh Wood | AP Photo
  • Governors
    Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad asks a question during a meeting of the Health and Human Services Committee at the National Governors Association convention Saturday, July 12, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.
    Mark Humphrey | AP Photo
  • Governors
    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks during a meeting on jobs and education at the National Governors Association convention Saturday, July 12, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.
    Mark Humphrey | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan Election
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, center, Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah, left, and Afghanistan's presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, right, speaks during a joint press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, July 12, 2014. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says both of Afghanistan's presidential candidates are committed to abiding by the results of the "largest, most comprehensive audit" of the election runoff ballots possible.
    Rahmat Gul | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, left, talks with Afghanistan's outgoing President Hamid Karzai during a meeting at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Kerry visited Afghanistan in hopes of diffusing a crisis over the runoff presidential election to find a successor for outgoing President Karzai.
    Jim Boug, Pool | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, center, walks across the presidential palace grounds with Afghanistan's Foreign Ministry chief of protocol Ambassador Hamid Siddiq, left, and Foreign Minister Zarar Ahmad Osmani on his way to a meeting with Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Kerry visited Afghanistan in hopes of diffusing a crisis over the runoff presidential election to find a successor for outgoing President Karzai.
    Jim Boug, Pool | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan Election
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, left, and Afghanistan's presidential candidates Ashraf Ghani, centre, and Abdulah Abdullah hold their arms in the air together after announcing a deal for the auditing of all Afghan election votes at the United Nations Compound in Kabul, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Photo
  • Governors
    A Tennessee state trooper watches over protesters during a demonstration outside the hotel where the National Governors Association convention is being held Saturday, July 12, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.
    Mark Humphrey | AP Photo
  • Governors
    Michael Sampson, of Tallahassee, Fla., protests outside the hotel where the National Governors Association convention is being held Saturday, July 12, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.
    Mark Humphrey | AP Photo
  • Powerless School Board
    In this photo made June 10, 2014, concerned citizen Susan Turk, left, address a meeting of the St. Louis Board of Education in St. Louis. The members of the elected board haven’t had much to do since state officials displaced the body and replaced it with an appointed panel that oversees the unaccredited district. But still they meet, biding their time in a ceremonial role as the political appointees down the street make the real decisions while controlling the purse strings.
    Jeff Roberson | AP Photo
  • Powerless School Board
    In this photo made June 10, 2014, St. Louis Board of Education president David L. Jackson, Jr., pauses during a meeting of the board in St. Louis. Jackson and the other members of the elected board haven’t had much to do since state officials displaced the body and replaced it with an appointed panel that oversees the unaccredited district. But still they meet, biding their time in a ceremonial role as the political appointees down the street make the real decisions while controlling the purse strings.
    Jeff Roberson | AP Photo
  • Powerless School Board
    In this photo made June 10, 2014, a lone attendee sits in otherwise empty seats at the start of a meeting of the St. Louis Board of Education in St. Louis. The members of the elected board haven’t had much to do since state officials displaced the body and replaced it with an appointed panel that oversees the unaccredited district. But still they meet, biding their time in a ceremonial role as the political appointees down the street make the real decisions while controlling the purse strings.
    Jeff Roberson | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Netherlands
    Brazil's Neymar waves as he enters the pitch to sit on the bench before the World Cup third-place soccer match between Brazil and the Netherlands at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Themba Hadebe | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Germany
    Germany's head coach Joachim Loew smiles before the World Cup semifinal soccer match between Brazil and Germany at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
    Matthias Schrader | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Germany Argentina
    German national soccer team head coach Joachim Loew, right, kicks a ball besides assistant coach Hansi Flick, center, and goalkeeper coach Andreas Koepke during a training session in Santo Andre near Porto Seguro, Brazil, Thursday, July 10, 2014. Germany faces Argentina on upcoming Sunday in Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, in the final of the World Cup.
    Matthias Schrader | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Brazil Germany
    Germany's head coach Joachim Loew gestures during the World Cup semifinal soccer match between Brazil and Germany at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
    Matthias Schrader | AP Photo
  • Germany Hamburg Triathlon
    Gwen Jorgensen from the US crosses the finish line to win the women's triathlon sprint event in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday July 12, 2014.
    dpa,Axel Heimken | AP Photo
  • Germany Hamburg Triathlon
    Gwen Jorgensen from the US crosses the finish line to win the women's triathlon sprint event in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday July 12, 2014.
    dpa,Axel Heimken | AP Photo
  • Mideast Iraq
    In this Friday, July 11, 2014 photo, an Islamic militant speaks to people during a celebration of their declaration of an Islamic state at a mosque in Fallujah, 40 miles (65 kilometers) west of Baghdad, Iraq. Sunni militants seized control of the Anbar city of Fallujah, and parts of Ramadi in January. The government has since reasserted its control of Ramadi, but Fallujah remains in insurgent hands.
    Uncredited | AP Photo
  • Mideast Iraq
    An Iraq weapon dealer cleans his weapon at his home in Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The weapon dealer said prices of weapons and ammunition have nearly doubled in recent weeks in Iraq.
    Karim Kadim | AP Photo
  • Mideast Iraq Daily Life
    People cool off by using an open air shower in central Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Outdoor showers offer a way for the public to get some relief from the extreme summer heat. Today's temperature in Baghdad reached 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 Celsius).
    Hadi Mizban | AP Photo
  • Mideast Iraq
    In this Friday, July 11, 2014 photo, an Islamic militant speaks to people during a celebration of their declaration of an Islamic state at a mosque in Fallujah, 40 miles (65 kilometers) west of Baghdad, Iraq. Sunni militants seized control of the Anbar city of Fallujah, and parts of Ramadi in January. The government has since reasserted its control of Ramadi, but Fallujah remains in insurgent hands.
    Uncredited | AP Photo
  • Britain Golf Scottish Open
    Ricky Fowler of the U.S tees off the 15th during day three of the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, Saturday July 12, 2014. (AP Photo/PA, Kenny Smith) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE
    Kenny Smith | ap
  • Britain Golf Scottish Open
    Sweden's Kristoffer Broberg plays a shot off the 6th tee during day three of the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, Saturday July 12, 2014. (AP Photo/PA, Kenny Smith) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE
    Kenny Smith | ap
  • APTOPIX Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Columns of smoke rise following Israeli strikes on Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes on Gaza hit a mosque and a center for the disabled where a few women were killed Saturday, raising the Palestinian death toll from the offensive to more than 130, Palestinian officials said, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Adel Hana | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm carries aronia berry seedlings in Missouri Valley, Iowa, Thursday, April 24, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm looks over aronia berry plants in his orchard in Missouri Valley, Iowa, Thursday, April 24, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm offers samples and sells aronia berry products at Whole Foods Market in Omaha, Neb., Friday, April 25, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm offers samples and sells aronia berry products at Whole Foods Market in Omaha, Neb., Friday, April 25, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm walks in an aronia berry orchard in Missouri Valley, Iowa, Thursday, April 24, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm offers samples and sells aronia berry products at Whole Foods Market in Omaha, Neb., Friday, April 25, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm discusses farming of aronia berry plants in Missouri Valley, Iowa, Thursday, April 24, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • Food And Farm New Berry
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm stands over a young aronia berry plant in Missouri Valley, Iowa, Thursday, April 24, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm offers samples and sells aronia berry products at Whole Foods Market in Omaha, Neb., Friday, April 25, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • FOOD AND FARM-NEW BERRY
    Andrew Pittz of the Sawmill Hollow aronia berry farm carries a tray of aronia berry seedlings in Missouri Valley, Iowa, Thursday, April 24, 2014. A few years ago, few people had ever heard of the Aronia berry, a pretty, but tart fruit. Now, the berry has set its sights on becoming the next "superfood" and is in hundreds of products worldwide.
    Nati Harnik | AP Photo
  • WNBA Sister Act Basketball
    FILE - In this July 3, 2014, file photo, Los Angeles Sparks' Nneka Ogwumike (30) shoots as Seattle Storm's Crystal Langhorne defends during the second half of a WNBA basketball game in Seattle. Nneka will face her sister Chiney when the Sparks play the Connecticut Sun on Sunday.
    Elaine Thompson, File | AP Photo
  • WNBA Sister Act Basketball
    FILE - In this June 13, 2014, file photo, Connecticut Sun forward Chiney Ogwumike, left, shoots as New York Liberty forward Delisha Milton-Jones defends during the second quarter of a WNBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden in New York. Chiney will face her sister Nneka on Sunday, when the Sun host the Los Angeles Sparks.
    Bill Kostroun, File | AP Photo
  • Marlins Mets Baseball
    Miami Marlins pitcher Henderson Alvarez delivers against the New York Mets in the fourth inning of a baseball game, Friday, July 11, 2014, in New York.
    Julie Jacobson | AP Photo
  • Digital Presidential Library
    FILE - In this June 11, 2014 file photo, longhorn cattle wonder through the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, located in the Badlands of North Dakota. Theodore Roosevelt ranched cattle while he briefly lived in North Dakota. Officials at the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University are in the planning stages of creating the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library. They hope the library will aid the park in giving visitors a complete picture of Roosevelt while he lived in North Dakota.
    Charles Rex Arbogast, File | AP Photo
  • Digital Presidential Library
    This 1884 photo provided by the Theodore Roosevelt Center shows Theodore Roosevelt standing with a saddled horse in the Badlands of Dakota Territory. Roosevelt originally came to what is now North Dakota is hopes of killing a buffalo. The former president stayed after becoming enamored with the rugged, beautiful territory of the badlands. The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University in North Dakota has been archiving notes, letters and photographs of Roosevelt since 2007 and is working to open his presidential library by 2019.
    Courtesy of the Theodore Roosevelt Center | AP Photo
  • Digital Presidential Library
    FILE - In this June 11, 2014 file photo, bison rest inside the Theodore Roosevelt National Park located in the Badlands of North Dakota. Theodore Roosevelt came to North Dakota with the intention of killing a buffalo. Officials at the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University are in the planning stages of creating the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library. They hope the library will aid the park in giving visitors a complete picture of Roosevelt in his time in North Dakota.
    Charles Rex Arbogast, File | AP Photo
  • Digital Presidential Library
    FILE - In this June 11, 2014 file photo, James Lyons and Florence Reaves, from Kirkwood, Mo., hike to a stone lookout over the Little Missouri River inside the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, located in the Badlands of North Dakota. Officials at the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University are in the planning stages of creating the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library. When it’s completed in 2019, officials hope the library will aid the park in providing visitors with a complete picture of Roosevelt’s time in North Dakota.
    Charles Rex Arbogast, File | AP Photo
  • Digital Presidential Library
    This 1886 photo provided by the Library of Congress via the Theodore Roosevelt Center shows Wilmot Dow, left, Theodore Roosevelt and William Wingate Sewall posing near the Little Missouri River in Western garb. Roosevelt met the pair of men in Maine where they acted as hunting guides to a young Roosevelt. The former president later asked Dow and Sewell to manage his Elkhorn Ranch in the western North Dakota badlands. The ranch remains in what is now the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University in North Dakota has been archiving notes, letters and photographs of Roosevelt since 2007 and is working to open his presidential library by 2019.
    Library of Congress via the Theodore Roosevelt Center | AP Photo
  • Digital Presidential Library
    FILE - In this June 11, 2014 file photo, the scenic Little Missouri River winds it's way inside the Theodore Roosevelt National Park located in the Badlands of North Dakota. Officials at the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University are in the planning stages of creating the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library. Roosevelt loved the badlands of western North Dakota and they spurred him to conserve hundreds and national forests and parks. Officials hope the library will aid the park’s natural beauty in providing a complete picture of Roosevelt’s life.
    Charles Rex Arbogast, File | AP Photo
  • All Star Target Field Baseball
    FILE - In this Aug. 29, 2012 file photo, a message showing that the Minnesota Twins will host the 2014 All-Star game at Target Field in Minneapolis is displayed on an outfield video screen after Commissioner Bud Selig made the announcement. Major League Baseball's All Star festivities will be held in the 4-year-old ballpark, the one that helped outdoor baseball make a return to chilly Minnesota.
    Jim Mone, File | AP Photo
  • All Star Target Field Baseball
    FILE - In this July 19, 2013, file photo, hundreds of fans line up outside Target Field as they wait for a chance to get Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau bobbleheads prior to a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians in Minneapolis. Target Field will be the site of the 2014 All-Star Game. Major League Baseball's All Star festivities will be held in the 4-year-old ballpark, the one that helped outdoor baseball make a return to chilly Minnesota.
    Jim Mone, File | AP Photo
  • All Star Target Field Baseball
    FILE - In this June 30, 2013 file photo, members of the Armed Forces hold a large flag at Target field in Minneapolis where the Minnesota Twins hosted Armed Forces Appreciation Day prior to the baseball game between the Twins and the Kansas City Royals. Major League Baseball's All Star festivities will be held in the 4-year-old ballpark, the one that helped outdoor baseball make a return to chilly Minnesota.
    Jim Mone, File | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US walks from the 1st tee during a practice round at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday, July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US walks onto the 1st green during a practice round at Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US gestures as he stands on the 2nd green during a practice round at Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US walks plays a shot on the 2nd fairway during a practice round at Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US walks on the 2nd green during a practice round at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday, July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US, left, smiles as he walks with Peter Dawson, Chief Executive of The R&A, on the 1st fairway during a practice round at Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US walks plays a shot on the 1st fairway during a practice round at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday, July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US plays a shot off the 3rd tee during a practice round at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday, July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US walks onto the 1st green during a practice round at Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Britain Open Golf Practice
    Tiger Woods of the US walks, left, smiles as he shakes hands with Peter Dawson, Chief Executive of The R&A, on the 1st fairway during a practice round at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club prior to the start of the British Open Golf Championship, in Hoylake, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014. The 2014 Open Championship starts on Thursday, July 17.
    Jon Super | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Germany
    Germany's coach Joachim Loew arrives with his team to the Sheraton Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, July 11, 2014. Germany will face Argentina at the World Cup final Match on Sunday.
    Leo Correa | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, a beachside residence is visible at the end of a curved driveway in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, gulls lift off near a beachfront home in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, beachgoers enjoy the surf in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, a landscaper shapes hedges on private property in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, a worker cleans the door to The Fudge Company in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, a local real estate listing for a oceanfront property going for $23.5 million is displayed in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, landscapers tend to a property in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, beachgoers relax near a beachfront property in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, pedestrians pass a real estate sales office displaying listings that exceed $1 million in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, a private residence overlooks an inlet in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, construction workers build a new home in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, a beachgoer strikes a volleyball in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • Hamptons Have Nots
    In this photo taken on Friday, July 11, 2014, beach umbrellas stand unattended outside a private residence in Southampton, N.Y. Studies show the gap separating the rich from the working poor has been ever-widening in recent years and few places provide that evidence as starkly as Long Island's Hamptons.
    John Minchillo | AP Photo
  • People Cake Boss
    FILE- In this Oct. 26, 2010 file photo, “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro arrives at Women's Conference in Long Beach, Calif. The New York City Fire Department came to the aid of Valastro and his family on Friday, July 11, 2014, when his 36 foot boat got lost in the fog off New York’s Staten Island.
    Jae C. Hong, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    A Palestinian searches the rubble of a center for disabled, that is littered with posters soliciting donations to support the Al Mabara association for handicapped run by Hamas, after an Israeli missile strike in Beit Lahiya, in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes on Gaza hit a mosque and a center for the disabled where two women were killed Saturday, raising the Palestinian death toll from the offensive to more than 125, Palestinian officials said, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Adel Hana | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinian firefighters try to extinguish a cargo terminal at Karni Crossing between Israel and Gaza after it was shelled by Israeli tanks, according to terminal's employees, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrikes in Gaza hit a mosque and a center for the disabled where a few women were killed Saturday, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Hatem Moussa | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinian firefighters try to extinguish a cargo terminal at Karni Crossing between Israel and Gaza after it was shelled by Israeli tanks, according to terminal's employees, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrike hit a group of people sitting in front of a closed shop killing several, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120 during an Israeli offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Hatem Moussa | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinians mourn their relative in the morgue of the Shifa hospital in Gaza City on Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrike hit a group of people sitting in front of a closed shop killing several, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120 during an Israeli offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Smoke rises after a cargo crossing between Israel and Gaza was shelled on Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque and a center for the disabled where two women were killed Saturday, raising the Palestinian death toll from the offensive to more than 120, Palestinian officials said.
    Hatem Moussa | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinians mourn their relative in the morgue of the Shifa hospital in Gaza City on Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrike hit a group of people sitting in front of a closed shop killing several, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120 during an Israeli offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinian medics wheel an injured man on a stretcher into the Shifa hospital after an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City on Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrike hit a group of people sitting in front of a closed shop killing several, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120 during an Israeli offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinian medics place an injured man on a stretcher in the Shifa hospital after an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City on Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrike hit a group of people sitting in front of a closed shop killing several, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120 during an Israeli offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinian firefighters try to extinguish a cargo terminal at Karni Crossing between Israel and Gaza after it was shelled by Israeli tanks, according to terminal's employees, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrike hit a group of people sitting in front of a closed shop killing several, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120 during an Israeli offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Hatem Moussa | AP Photo
  • Medical Pot Labs
    In this photo taken on July 2, 2014, an employee at Bloom Well, a medical marijuana dispensary in Bend, Ore., holds a container of cannabis that is marked with the THC and CBD results after it was tested in a lab to better inform their customers on the product they are looking at.
    The Bulletin, Ryan Brennecke | AP Photo
  • Wind Power
    ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, JULY 12 - Wind turbines turn in the breeze on Wednesday, July 2, 2014, at a Virginia Beach Public School bus yard in Virginia Beach, Va. Budgets are tight, so school divisions around the nation are looking for ways to cut costs. In 2005, the U.S. Energy Department launched the Wind for Schools project to help those interested in tapping into that power source. By last year, more than 130 systems had been installed at schools in 11 states, including more than a dozen across Virginia and North Carolina.
    The Virginian-Pilot, Vicki Cronis-Nohe | AP Photo
  • Trump Plaza Closing
    This Dec. 9, 2011 file photo shows the exterior of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City N.J. The casino's parent company said on Saturday July 12, 2014 that it expects to close Trump Plaza on Sept. 16. It would be the third Atlantic City casino to shut down this year.
    Wayne Parry, FILE | AP Photo
  • Trump Plaza Closing
    This Dec. 9, 2011 photo shows the exterior of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City N.J. The casino's parent company said on Saturday July 12, 2014 that it expects to close Trump Plaza on Sept. 16. It would be the third Atlantic City casino to shut down this year.
    Wayne Parry | AP Photo
  • Trump Plaza Closing
    This Dec. 9, 2011 photo shows the exterior of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City N.J. The casino's parent company said on Saturday July 12, 2014 that it expects to close Trump Plaza on Sept. 16. It would be the third Atlantic City casino to shut down this year.
    Wayne Parry | AP Photo
  • Trump Plaza Closing
    Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City N.J., shown here on July 11, 2014, will shut down on Sept. 16, its parent company told The Associated Press on Saturday July 12, 2014. It would be the third Atlantic City casino to shut down this year, and more than 1,000 workers would lose their jobs.
    Wayne Parry | AP Photo
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    South Korea's Sun Ju Ahn holds up her ball after finishing her round as the leader on the third day of the Women's British Open golf championship at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport, England, Saturday July 12, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    Mo Martin of the US putts on the 11th green during the third day of the Women's British Open golf championship, at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, in Southport, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    Spain's Beatriz Recari plays her shot from the rough on the 11th fairway during the third day of the Women's British Open golf championship at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, in Southport, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    South Korea's So Yeon Ryu holds up her ball after putting on the 18th green during the third day of the Women's British Open golf championship at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport, England, Saturday July 12, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    South Korea's Sun Ju Ahn finishes her round as the leader on the third day of the Women's British Open golf championship on the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport, England, Saturday July 12, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this July 4, 2014 file photo, Brazil's Neymar screams out after being fouled during the World Cup quarterfinal soccer match between Brazil and Colombia in Fortaleza, Brazil. The greatest injustice of the Brazil World Cup was Spanish referee Carlos Velasco Carballo letting play run on as Neymar howled in agony face down in the turf, his third vertebra fractured. Without its best player, Brazil was then demolished by Germany.
    Manu Fernandez, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this June 26, 2014 file photo, a U.S. soccer fan pretends that Uruguay's soccer striker Luis Suarez is biting him as he takes a selfie next to an Adidas advertisement featuring Suarez near Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sinking teeth into the shoulder of Giorgio Chiellini in a group-stage game led to a four-month ban from all football for the Uruguay striker. Suarez had previously been banned for biting Dutch player Otman Bakkal and Serbian Branislav Ivanovic.
    Matt Dunham, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this July 4, 2014 file photo, Brazil's Neymar is fouled by Colombia's Juan Zuniga during the World Cup quarterfinal soccer match in Fortaleza, Brazil. The greatest injustice of the Brazil World Cup was Spanish referee Carlos Velasco Carballo letting play run on as Neymar howled in agony face down in the turf, his third vertebra fractured. Without its best player, Brazil was then demolished by Germany.
    Manu Fernandez, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this June 12, 2014 file photo, Brazil's Marcelo, left, tries to clear the ball but scores on his own goal during the group A World Cup soccer match between Brazil and Croatia, the opening game of the tournament, in the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Marcelo looked wide-eyed stunned when he scored the first goal of the World Cup ... against his own team. Hardly the most auspicious of starts for Brazil. But that blooper just 11 minutes in was soon forgiven and forgotten as Brazil went on to win that opening game and the 2014 tournament quickly flowered into a rip-roaring success, confounding doom and gloom merchants who predicted Brazil couldn’t pull it off without major protests and problems.
    Ivan Sekretarev, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this June 20, 2014 file photo, Costa Rica players celebrate their 1-0 victory over Italy after the group D World Cup soccer match at the Arena Pernambuco in Recife, Brazil. Costa Rica beating four-time champion Italy and two-time champion Uruguay on a white-knuckle ride to the quarterfinals exemplified how supposedly “small” teams showed no fear of illustrious opponents.
    Hassan Ammar, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this July 8, 2014 file photo, Brazil's Oscar, bottom, is comforted by Germany's Philipp Lahm at the World Cup semifinal soccer match that Germany won 7-1 at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Watching such a tragedy befall the five-time champion at its home World Cup, and the ensuing Amazon rivers of Brazilian tears, became difficult even for some German fans, who later said they just wanted the torturing of Brazil to stop.
    Frank Augstein, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this July 5, 2014 file photo, Netherlands head coach Louis van Gaal hugs goalkeeper Tim Krul after the Netherlands defeated Costa Rica 4-3 in a penalty shootout after a 0-0 tie at a World Cup quarterfinal soccer match in Salvador, Brazil. With the Netherlands and Costa Rica scoreless after 120 minutes, Dutch coach Louis van Gaal made an astounding call in the final seconds of their quarterfinal: He replaced his first-choice goalkeeper with his understudy, Tim Krul. The masterstroke made Van Gaal look like a football genius, whetting the appetite of fans of Manchester United, his next stop as coach.
    Natacha Pisarenko, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this July 8, 2014 file photo, Brazil soccer fans cry as they watch their team lose 7-1 to Germany at a World Cup semifinal match on a live telecast inside the FIFA Fan Fest area on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Watching such a tragedy befall the five-time champion at its home World Cup, and the ensuing Amazon rivers of Brazilian tears, became difficult even for some German fans, who later said they just wanted the torturing of Brazil to stop.
    Leo Correa, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Top Five Highlights
    FILE - In this July 8, 2014 file photo, Brazil's David Luiz gestures to the camera as he leaves the pitch after Germany defeated Brazil 7-1 at a World Cup semifinal soccer match in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Tuesday, July 8, 2014. Watching such a tragedy befall the five-time champion at its home World Cup, and the ensuing Amazon rivers of Brazilian tears, became difficult even for some German fans, who later said they just wanted the torturing of Brazil to stop.
    Themba Hadebe, File | AP Photo
  • Closer Look Medical Marijuana
    Mayor Liz Skinner of Delavan, a town of 1,700 in central Illinois, talks about the annexed property optioned by Joliet-based ICC Holdings as a possible site for a marijuana cultivation center, Friday, July 11, 2014. This soybean field is where the center would be built. The prospect of adding jobs, even as few as 30, has led officials in many shrinking Illinois' communities to set aside any qualms about the state's legalization of medical marijuana and to get friendly with would-be growers.
    Seth Perlman | AP Photo
  • Closer Look Medical Marijuana
    Mayor Liz Skinner of Delavan, a town of 1,700 in central Illinois, talks about the annexed property optioned by Joliet-based ICC Holdings as a possible site for a marijuana cultivation center, Friday, July 11, 2014. The prospect of adding jobs, even as few as 30, has led officials in many shrinking Illinois' communities to set aside any qualms about the state's legalization of medical marijuana and to get friendly with would-be growers.
    Seth Perlman | AP Photo
  • Closer Look Medical Marijuana
    In this July 3, 2014 photo, Michael Mayes, CEO of Chicago-based Quantum 9 Inc., a medical cannabis consulting company, poses for a photo in his Chicago office. The prospect of adding jobs, even as few as 30, has led officials in many shrinking Illinois' communities to set aside any qualms about the state's legalization of medical marijuana and to get friendly with would-be growers. Quantum 9 has helped win permits for marijuana producers in four other states.
    Nam Y. Huh | AP Photo
  • Knicks Mavericks Basketball
    New York Knicks president Phil Jackson watches his team play the Dallas Mavericks in an NBA summer league basketball game Friday, July 11, 2014, in Las Vegas.
    John Locher | AP Photo
  • Sandra Fluke California
    This Feb. 22, 2014 photo provided by Ben Allen's campaign office shows candidate for California State Senate Ben Allen in the Northridge section of Los Angeles. Allen, is an attorney and Santa Monica school board member who has received broad support from Republicans and independents, who account for 43 percent of the district’s voters.
    Mher Vahakn, Campaign Office | AP Photo
  • Sandra Fluke California
    In this July 1, 2014 photo, Sandra Fluke poses for a photograph at her campaign office in Los Angeles. The former Georgetown University law student, who gained national attention after being denied the chance to testify before Congress about health plan contraception coverage, and then subjected to degrading comments by radio host Rush Limbaugh, is trying to transform herself from advocate to lawmaker. She is running for the California state Senate to represent some of the most affluent communities of Los Angeles County, a district that stretches from the Hollywood Hills to the Palos Verdes peninsula.She finished second in the primary behind another Democrat, Ben Allen.
    Nick Ut | AP Photo
  • Sandra Fluke California
    In this July 1, 2014 photo, Sandra Fluke poses for a photograph at her campaign office in Los Angeles. Fluke, the former Georgetown University law student who testified on birth control in the Affordable Care Act and was subjected to denigrating comments by radio host Rush Limbaugh, is trying to transform herself from advocate to lawmaker. Fluke is running for the California state Senate to represent the coastal communities of Los Angeles. She finished second in the primary behind another Democrat, Ben Allen.
    Nick Ut | AP Photo
  • Sandra Fluke California
    In this July 1, 2014 photo, Sandra Fluke poses for a photograph at her campaign office in Los Angeles. The former Georgetown University law student who gained national attention after being denied the chance to testify before Congress about health plan contraception coverage, and then subjected to degrading comments by radio host Rush Limbaugh, is trying to transform herself from advocate to lawmaker. She is running for the California state Senate to represent some of the most affluent communities of Los Angeles County, a district that stretches from the Hollywood Hills to the Palos Verdes peninsula.
    Nick Ut | AP Photo
  • Obit Ramone
    FILE - In this March 18, 2002, file photo, members of the Ramones, from left to right, Dee Dee, Johnny, Tommy and Marky Ramone hold their awards after being inducted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at New York's Waldorf Astoria. A business associate says Tommy, the last surviving member of the original group, has died. Dave Frey, who works for Ramones Productions and Silent Partner Management, confirmed that he died on Friday, July 11, 2014. Ramone was 65.
    Ed Betz, File | AP Photo
  • Obit Ramone
    FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2005, file photo, Tommy Ramone, ex-drummer and manager of The Ramones, smiles as he is interviewed backstage at the Knitting Factory in New York. A business associate says Ramone, a co-founder of the seminal punk band The Ramones and the last surviving member of the original group, has died. Dave Frey, who works for Ramones Productions and Silent Partner Management, confirmed that he died on Friday, July 11, 2014. Ramone was 65.
    Tina Fineberg, File | AP Photo
  • Lebron's Decision Basketball
    FILE - In this June 7, 2011, file photo, Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade, left, Chris Bosh, center, and LeBron James (6) look on during a break in the second half of Game 4 of the NBA Finals basketball game in Dallas. James told Sports Illustrated on Friday, July 11, 2014, he is leaving the Miami Heat to go back to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
    David J. Phillip, File | AP Photo
  • Bomb Simulation Madison
    In this May 26, 2010 photo released by University of Wisconsin-Madison, more than 75 designated staff, participate in a full-scale campus emergency response exercise at an Emergency Operation Center (EOC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wis. A fake bomb will be set off in or around Camp Randall stadium next week, as part of an emergency-response simulation that's one of the largest the state has ever seen. The exercise Thursday, July 17, 2014 near downtown Madison will involve more than 400 people from 20 agencies, and will test how well-prepared police, hospitals and first-responders are for a mass-casualty occurrence.
    University of Wisconsin-Madison | AP Photo
  • Bomb Simulation Madison
    In this May 26, 2010 photo released by University of Wisconsin-Madison, as part of a full-scale campus emergency response exercise, a mock pipe bomb is seen outside a door to Bradley Hall as members of the University Police Department, Madison Fire Department and other emergency personnel agencies respond at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wis. A fake bomb will be set off in or around Camp Randall stadium next week, as part of an emergency-response simulation that's one of the largest the state has ever seen. The exercise Thursday, July 17, 2014 near downtown Madison will involve more than 400 people from 20 agencies, and will test how well-prepared police, hospitals and first-responders are for a mass-casualty occurrence.
    University of Wisconsin-Madison | AP Photo
  • Bomb Simulation Madison
    In this May 26, 2010 photo released by University of Wisconsin-Madison, members of the University Police Department, Madison Fire Department and other emergency personnel agencies triage wounded victims as they respond to a mock report of a suspect with a gun, bomb and hostages during a full-scale campus emergency response exercise at Bradley Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in Madison, Wis. A fake bomb will be set off in or around Camp Randall stadium next week, as part of an emergency-response simulation that's one of the largest the state has ever seen. The exercise Thursday, July 17, 2014 near downtown Madison will involve more than 400 people from 20 agencies, and will test how well-prepared police, hospitals and first-responders are for a mass-casualty occurrence.
    University of Wisconsin-Madison | AP Photo
  • Hornets Hayward Basketball
    FILE - In this Feb. 24, 2014, file photo, Utah Jazz's Gordon Hayward (20) lays the ball as Boston Celtics' Kris Humphries, center, and teammate Jeff Green (8) pursue in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game, in Salt Lake City. Hornets general manager Rich Cho said the team has extended an offer sheet to free agent Gordon Hayward. The deal signed Thursday, July 10, 2014, would pay the small forward $63 million over the next four years. The Jazz have until 11:59 p.m. Sunday to match the offer and retain Hayward. With the offer sheet in place, the sign and trade possibility with the Jazz is no longer an option.
    Rick Bowme, File | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    France's Blel Kadri crosses the finish line to win the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Cycling Tour de France
    France's Blel Kadri crosses the finish line to win the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Cycling Tour de France
    Team Astana with Kazakhstan's Dmitriy Gruzdev, Ukraine's Andriy Grivko, Kazakhstan's Maxim Iglinskiy, and Italy's Alessandro Vanotti, from left to right, lead the pack as it rides under menacing skies during the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Christophe Ena | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    France's Blel Kadri crosses the finish line to win the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • Airport Workers Salaries
    In this photo from Thursday, July 10, 2014, Irwin Carbajal, 23, a aircraft cabin cleaner, poses for a photograph at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. Carbajal, who makes $8.25 an hour, is hoping to benefit from a pay increase which the Service Employees International Union is pushing for.
    Julio Cortez | AP Photo
  • Airport Workers Salaries
    In this photo from Thursday, July 10, 2014, Irwin Carbajal, 23, a aircraft cabin cleaner, poses for a photograph at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. Carbajal, who makes $8.25 an hour, is hoping to benefit from a pay increase which the Service Employees International Union is pushing for.
    Julio Cortez | AP Photo
  • Airport Workers Salaries
    In this photo from Thursday, July 10, 2014, Irwin Carbajal, 23, a aircraft cabin cleaner, poses for a photograph at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. Carbajal, who makes $8.25 an hour, is hoping to benefit from a pay increase which the Service Employees International Union is pushing for.
    Julio Cortez | AP Photo
  • Airport Workers Salaries
    In this photo from Thursday, July 10, 2014, Irwin Carbajal, 23, a aircraft cabin cleaner, poses for a photograph at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. Carbajal, who makes $8.25 an hour, is hoping to benefit from a pay increase which the Service Employees International Union is pushing for.
    Julio Cortez | AP Photo
  • Trump Plaza Closing
    This Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010 file photo shows the Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. The owners of the Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City say they expect to shut it down in mid-September. Trump Entertainment Resorts tells The Associated Press on Saturday, July 12, 2014, that no final decision has been made yet on the boardwalk casino. But the company says it expects the casino to close its doors Sept. 16. Notices warning employees of the expected closing will go out to the casinos 1,000-plus employees Monday. If Trump Plaza closes, Atlantic City could lose a third of its casinos and a quarter of its casino workforce in less than nine months.
    Mel Evans | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Best Goals
    FILE - In this June 13, 2014 file photo, Netherlands' Robin van Persie heads the ball to score during the group B World Cup soccer match between Spain and the Netherlands at the Arena Ponte Nova in Salvador, Brazil. Robin van Persie’s diving header that foretold the demise of reigning world champion Spain was spectacular. Like Flipper catching fish, he launched himself horizontally into the air to get his head to a long pass from left back Daley Blind, sending the ball arching over stranded Spain goalkeeper and captain, Iker Casillas.
    Christophe Ena, File | AP Photo
  • Brazil WCup Best Goals
    FILE - In this June 28, 2014 file photo, Colombia's James Rodriguez shoots to score his team's first goal during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between Colombia and Uruguay at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. James Rodriguez’ volleyed goal for Colombia against Uruguay, controlling the ball with his chest, letting it drop and then hammering in with his left foot, all while turning to face goal, was poetry, the timing exquisite. It will be many fans’ goal of the tournament.
    Antonio Calanni, File | AP Photo
  • Britain Glasgow Grand Prix
    Michelle-Lee Ahye, left, celebrates winning the women's 100m on day two of the Diamond League Meeting at Hampden Park, Glasgow, Saturday July 12, 2014. (AP Photo/PA, Martin Rickett) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE
    Martin Rickett | ap
  • Native Plantings
    In this June 26, 20014 photo, gardens of native plants grow outside the William Seneca administration building on the Seneca Indian Nation's Cattaraugus Reservation in western New York. Tribal leaders recently adopted a policy to use only indigenous plants in public landscaping, replacing manicured grass with witch hazel, wild blueberries and other plants significant to Seneca culture. By Carolyn Thompson.
    Carolyn Thompson | AP
  • Native Plantings
    In this June 26, 2014 photo, Ken Parker, native plant consultant for the Seneca Indian Nation, poses outside the William Seneca administration building on the Cattaraugus Reservation in western New York. Parker is helping to implement the Senecas' new policy of using only indigenous plants in public landscaping on Seneca territories as a way to preserve culture and the environment.
    Carolyn Thompson | AP Photo
  • Veterans Bonuses
    Army veteran Charlene Jorge poses in her office at the Cuyahoga County Veterans Service Commission in Cleveland Thursday, July 10, 2014. Veterans who served at the time of the Iraq war only have a few months left to claim Ohio bonuses of up to $1,500, and state officials are expanding efforts to get the word out to potentially thousands of veterans who may miss out by not applying. Jorge, who served in Iraq, applied early for her bonus, said she used the $1,300 she received for bills and other necessities.
    Mark Duncan | AP Photo
  • Veterans Bonuses
    Army veteran Charlene Jorge poses in her office at the Cuyahoga County Veterans Service Commission in Cleveland Thursday, July 10, 2014. Veterans who served at the time of the Iraq war only have a few months left to claim Ohio bonuses of up to $1,500, and state officials are expanding efforts to get the word out to potentially thousands of veterans who may miss out by not applying. Jorge, who served in Iraq, applied early for her bonus, said she used the $1,300 she received for bills and other necessities.
    Mark Duncan | AP Photo
  • Austria Iran Nuclear Talks
    A policeman, left ,guards the entrance of Hotel Palais Coburg where closed-door nuclear talks with Iran take place in Vienna, Austria, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Decisions by the foreign ministers of Russia and China to skip talks on Iran's nuclear program this weekend are further denting expectations that the stalled negotiations will produce a deal by July 20.
    Ronald Zak | AP Photo
  • Austria Iran Nuclear Talks
    Police guard in front of Hotel Palais Coburg where closed-door nuclear talks with Iran take place in Vienna, Austria, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Decisions by the foreign ministers of Russia and China to skip talks on Iran's nuclear program this weekend are further denting expectations that the stalled negotiations will produce a deal by July 20.
    Ronald Zak | AP Photo
  • Britain Farnborough Airshow
    FILE - In this file photograph taken July 15, 2008, people wander around a life-size model of US planemaker Lockheed Martin's F-35 Lightning Joint Strike Fighter II, during the Farnborough aerospace show, in Farnborough, England. A lot is at stake in the Farnborough International Airshow, the aviation industry's biggest annual event which opens Monday, July 14, 2014. The trade show is expected to see the first presentation of the world's most advanced fighter jet, new commercial aircraft as well as a host of new technological advances that promise to give a glimpse of the future of flying.
    Lefteris Pitarakis, file | AP Photo
  • Transportation Stalemate
    FILE - This April 9, 2014 file photo shows House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich. on Capitol Hill in Washington. A House committee took a step Thursday toward keeping highway and transit aid flowing to states just three weeks before transportation programs are forecast to go broke. The Senate was expected to take action on a similar measure later in the day. The Ways and Means Committee approved by a voice vote a bill by its chairman, Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., that cobbles together $11 billion in pension tax changes, customs fees and money from a fund to repair leaking underground fuel storage tanks to shore up the federal Highway Trust Fund through May 2015.
    J. Scott Applewhite, File | AP Photo
  • Immigration Overload Courts
    FILE - This June 18, 2014, file photo shows young detainees being escorted to an area to make phone calls as hundreds of mostly Central American immigrant children are being processed and held at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Nogales Placement Center in Nogales, Ariz. Thousands of immigrant children crossing alone into the U.S. can live in American cities, attend public schools and possibly work here for years without consequences. The chief reasons are an overburdened, deeply flawed system of immigration courts and a 2002 law intended to protect children's welfare, an Associated Press investigation finds.
    Ross D. Franklin, Pool, File | AP Photo
  • Immigration Overload Courts
    FILE - This June 18, 2014, file photo, detainees sleep in a holding cell at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection, processing facility in Brownsville,Texas. Immigration courts backlogged by years of staffing shortages and tougher enforcement face an even more daunting challenge since tens of thousands of Central Americans began arriving on the U.S. border fleeing violence back home. For years, children from Central America traveling alone and immigrants who prove they have a credible fear of returning home have been entitled to a hearing before an immigration judge.
    Eric Gay, Pool, File | AP Photo
  • Immigration Overload Courts
    FILE - This June 18, 2014, file photo, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents work at a processing facility in Brownsville,Texas. Immigration courts backlogged by years of staffing shortages and tougher enforcement face an even more daunting challenge since tens of thousands of Central Americans began arriving on the U.S. border fleeing violence back home.
    Eric Gay, Pool, File | AP Photo
  • Runoff Election
    In this Monday, July 7, 2014 photo, Alabama Secretary of State Jim Bennett, the state's chief election official, discusses the anticipated low turnout for the upcoming July 15 runoff election during an interview in his Capitol office in Montgomery, Ala. Bennett says a statewide election costs about $3 million no matter what the turnout.
    Phillip Rawls | AP Photo
  • Spain Soccer Barcelona Luis Suarez
    FILE - In this June 24, 2014 file photo, Uruguay's Luis Suarez holds his teeth after biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini's shoulder during the group D World Cup soccer match between Italy and Uruguay at the Arena das Dunas in Natal, Brazil. Barcelona reached agreement with Liverpool on the transfer of Luis Suarez on Friday, July 11, 2014 giving the troubled striker a chance to rehabilitate his image when his latest biting ban is over. Suarez will travel to Barcelona next week for a medical and to sign a five-year contract.
    Ricardo Mazalan, File | AP Photo
  • Germany Moldova
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel smiles during a joint news conference with the Prime Minster of Moldova Iurie Leanca as part of a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Thursday, July 10, 2014.
    Michael Sohn | AP Photo
  • Germany Tennis Mercedes Cup
    Italy's Fabio Fognini serves a ball to Roberto Bautista Agut, from Spain, during their semifinal match of the Mercedes Cup ATP tennis tournament in Stuttgart, Germany, Saturday July 12, 2014.
    dpaDaniel Maurer | AP Photo
  • Germany Tennis Mercedes Cup
    Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut returns a ball to Fabio Fognini from Italy during their semifinal match of the Mercedes Cup ATP tennis tournament, in Stuttgart, Germany, Saturday July 12, 2014.
    dpa,Daniel Maurer | AP Photo
  • Flooded Crops
    In this June 17, 2014 photo, a lake-sized pool of water sits in a corn field near Worthing, S.D., after storms dumped about 8 inches of rain on the South Dakota town. Soybean and corn crops are making good progress in South Dakota, though some fields in the eastern part of the state flooded out in last month's heavy rains might result in losses.
    Dirk Lammers | AP Photo
  • Senate Georgia Perdue
    FILE - This May 20, 2014, file photo shows Georgia Republican Senate candidate, David Perdue, right, greeting supporters after speaking at a primary election night party in Atlanta. Perdue, the cousin of former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue, faces Rep. Jack Kingston in a GOP runoff July 22 in a race being watched nationally as Republicans seek to take control of the Senate.
    David Goldman | AP Photo
  • Senate Georgia Perdue
    FILE - This May 20, 2014, file photo shows Georgia Republican Senate candidate, David Perdue speaking to supporters at a primary election night party in Atlanta. Perdue, the cousin of former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue, faces Rep. Jack Kingston in a GOP runoff July 22 in a race being watched nationally as Republicans seek to take control of the Senate.
    David Goldman, File | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    A Palestinian searches the ruins of the Al-Tawfeeq mosque after it was hit by an Israeli missile strike in the Nuseirat refugee camp, central Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Palestinian officials said Israeli airstrikes in Gaza hit a mosque and a center for the disabled where two women were killed Saturday, raising the Palestinian death toll to more than 120, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Hatem Moussa | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, a sign reminds customers where to tune their radio to switch on their car radio to pick up the audio at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, movie-goers watch How to Train Your Dragon 2, the first movie of a double feature at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine. Drive-in movie theater operators say more than 200 of the remaining 348 drive-ins in the country have made the costly switch from film to digital.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, light from a digital projector beams from the projection house at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine. Drive-in movie theater operators say more than 200 of the remaining 348 drive-ins in the country have made the costly switch from film to digital.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, Shawn Smart, on vacation from Athol, Mass., plays catch with a football while waiting for the sun to set at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, Jen and Philip Mason, along with their sons Skyelar, left, and Trysten, watch the previews at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine. Many in the movie industry feared the need to convert to digital could be the death knell for drive-ins, but drive-in operators are finding creative ways to afford the switch. Drive-in movie theater operators say more than 200 of the remaining 348 drive-ins in the country have made the expensive conversion from film to digital, which typically costs more than $70,000.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, a customer douses her french fries with ketchup at the concession stand before the start of the movies at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, a customer stops at the box office at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine. The number of drive-ins has been declining steadily for years. The Saco Drive-in claims to be the second oldest still operating in the U.S.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, Mike and Naomi Gibel, and their children Norah, 4, left, and Issak, 7, watch a movie from the back of a pick-up truck at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine. Many in the movie industry feared the need to convert to digital could be the death knell for drive-ins, but drive-in operators are finding creative ways to afford the switch. Drive-in movie theater operators say more than 200 of the remaining 348 drive-ins in the country have made the expensive conversion from film to digital, which typically costs more than $70,000.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Digital Drive Ins
    In this photo made Thursday, June 26, 2014, Marcelo and Kathy Vaz head to their car after picking up some popcorn and french fries before the start of the movies at the Saco Drive-In in Saco, Maine.
    Robert F. Bukaty | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    Spain's Alberto Contador, left, gestures when talking to Kazakhstan's Maxim Iglinskiy, right, during the ceremonial procession prior to the start of the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Center rear in black is Australia's Richie Porte.
    Laurent Cipriani | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    France's Cyril Lemoine, wearing the best climber's dotted jersey, Italy's Vincenzo Nibali, wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey, Peter Sagan of Slovakia, wearing the best sprinter's green jersey, and France's Blel Kadri lead the pack during the ceremonial procession prior to the start of the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Laurent Cipriani | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    France's Cyril Lemoine, wearing the best climber's dotted jersey, Japan's Yukiya Arashiro, second left, Australia's Richie Porte, center rear, and Italy's Vincenzo Nibali, wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey, ride with the pack during the ceremonial procession prior to the start of the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Laurent Cipriani | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    A girl waves a French flag as the pack passes during the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Christophe Ena | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    The pack pedals during the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Laurent Cipriani | AP Photo
  • France Uprooted Gypsies
    FILE - In this Friday, June 27, 2014 file photo, people gather at the Pierrefitte Town Hall, north of Paris, in a show of solidarity with a Roma teenager who was left bleeding and unconscious in a grocery cart by the side of a highway. It looked like any shantytown the world over — tarps to keep out the weather, scattered bits of trash that no truck would ever collect, plastic buckets to lug water. Then one of the inhabitants of this Roma camp on the northwest edge of Paris, a teenage boy named Darius, was beaten into a coma, apparently by residents of a neighboring housing project. Within hours, the Roma vanished, seeking sanctuary in a new location on the fringes of one of the world's wealthiest cities. Three weeks later, 16-year-old Darius remains unconscious. His family is in hiding. Police have made no arrests. France is coming under increasing pressure to answer allegations that it is encouraging harassment of Europe's poorest minority group in hopes that the Roma, also known as Gypsies, will leave the country.
    Remy de la Mauviniere, File | AP Photo
  • Benghazi Fog of War
    FILE - This Nov. 15, 2012 file photo shows Gen. Carter Ham, then-head of the U.S. Africa Command, at the University of Sciences Politiques, in Paris. One by one, behind closed doors, military officers explained what they did, and didn’t do, the night the Benghazi diplomatic post burned, in 30 hours of testimony to congressional investigators, the fullest account yet of the military's response to this prize attacks. The nine officers, including retired Gen. Ham, then the head of the military’s U.S. Africa Command, described making on-the-fly decisions with only sparse information about the unfolding crisis at a diplomatic post and the nearby CIA compound.
    Thibault Camus, File | AP Photo
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    England's Charley Hull lines her putt on the 9th green during the third day of the Women's British Open golf championship on the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    England's Charley Hull reacts after a putt on the 9th green during the third day of the Women's British Open golf championship on the Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Southport, England, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • China Celebrity Journalist
    FILE - In this Jan. 29, 2011 file photo, director and anchor of China Central Television Rui Chenggang moderates a session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The top business journalist at China’s state broadcaster was taken away by prosecutors, abruptly absent from the live cast of a nightly business news program as its anchorman, China’s financial news magazine Caixin reported Saturday, July 12, 2014 on its web site.
    Michel Euler, File | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    Italy's Matteo Trentin, third from left, crosses the finish line ahead of Peter Sagan of Slovakia, second left and second place, and Australia's Simon Gerrans, far left and fifth place, to win the seventh stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 234.5 kilometers (145.7 miles) with start in Epernay and finish in Nancy, France, Friday, July 11, 2014. Far right is fourth place Netherlands' Tom Dumoulin.
    Christophe Ena | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    The pack pedals during the seventh stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 234.5 kilometers (145.7 miles) with start in Epernay and finish in Nancy, France, Friday, July 11, 2014.
    Christophe Ena | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    A woman stands on her balcone decorated with the best climber's dotted jersey colors gestures as the photographer takes pictures prior to the start of the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 161 kilometers (100 miles) with start in Tomblaine and finish in Gerardmer, France, Saturday, July 12, 2014.
    Christophe Ena | AP Photo
  • Cycling Tour de France
    The pack passes a field of sunflowers during the seventh stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 234.5 kilometers (145.7 miles) with start in Epernay and finish in Nancy, France, Friday, July 11, 2014.
    Laurent Cipriani | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Israeli infantry soldiers get ready to walk to their armored personnel carriers to take up new positions on the Israel-Gaza border, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes overnight targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Lefteris Pitarakis | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinians walk around the ruins of the Al-Tawfeeq Mosque after it was hit by an overnight Israeli missile strike in the Nuseirat refugee camp, central Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, as the Palestinian death toll topped 120 Saturday in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Hatem Moussa | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Israeli soldiers on a mobile artillery unit fire a shell towards Gaza at a position on the Israel-Gaza border, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes overnight targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Lefteris Pitarakis | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Israeli soldiers on armored personnel carriers move to new positions on the Israel-Gaza Border, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes targeting Hamas in Gaza overnight hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Lefteris Pitarakis | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Smoke rises following an Israeli strike on Gaza, seen from the Israel-Gaza border, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes overnight targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Lefteris Pitarakis | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Israeli infantry soldiers rest before walking to their armored personnel carriers to move to a new position on the Israel-Gaza border, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, as the Palestinian death toll topped 120 Saturday in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Lefteris Pitarakis | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Palestinians gather around the ruins of the Al-Tawfeeq mosque after it was hit by an Israeli missile strike in the Nuseirat refugee camp, central Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes overnight targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, as the Palestinian death toll topped 120 Saturday in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down.
    Hatem Moussa | AP Photo
  • Mideast Israel Palestinians
    Israeli infantry soldiers walk to their armored personnel carriers to take up new positions on the Israel-Gaza border, Saturday, July 12, 2014. Israeli airstrikes overnight targeting Hamas in Gaza hit a mosque its military says concealed the militant group's weapons, in an offensive that showed no signs of slowing down. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens. While there have been no fatalities in Israel, Palestinian officials said overnight attacks raised the death toll there to over 120, with more than 920 wounded.
    Lefteris Pitarakis | AP Photo
  • APTOPIX Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    In this Friday, July 11, 2014 photo, Palestinians try to salvage what they can of their belongings from the rubble of a destroyed building following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza Strip. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    A Palestinian man with his two children stand looking at the damage in a grave next to a destroyed house following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza Strip on Friday, July 11, 2014. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    A Palestinian man drives a donkey cart on an empty main road in Gaza City on Friday, July 11, 2014. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    In this Friday, July 11, 2014 photo, a main street is empty in Gaza City. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    A Palestinian man rides a donkey cart past a damaged building following an early morning Israeli missile strike in the Gaza Strip, Friday, July 11, 2014. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    In this Friday, July 11, 2014 photo, shops are shuttered in a market that is usually bustling due to Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip, in Gaza City. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    A Palestinian boy looks at damaged swings on the side of a street following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza Strip on Friday, July 11, 2014. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Mideast Gaza Ghost Town
    A doll lies amid the rubble of a destroyed house following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza Strip on Friday, July 11, 2014. It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colorful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers. But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs.
    Khalil Hamra | AP Photo
  • Obit Ramone
    CORRECTS AGE TO 65 AND REMOVES REFERENCE TO WIFE - FILE - In this March 18, 2002, file photo, members of the Ramones, from left to right, Dee Dee, Johnny, Tommy and Marky Ramone hold their awards after being inducted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at New York's Waldorf Astoria. A business associate says Tommy, the last surviving member of the original group, has died. Dave Frey, who works for Ramones Productions and Silent Partner Management, confirmed that he died on Friday, July 11, 2014. Ramone was 65.
    Ed Betz, File | AP Photo
  • Obit Ramone
    CORRECTS AGE TO 65 AND REMOVES REFERENCE TO WIFE - FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2005, file photo, Tommy Ramone, ex-drummer and manager of The Ramones, smiles as he is interviewed backstage at the Knitting Factory in New York. A business associate says Ramone, a co-founder of the seminal punk band The Ramones and the last surviving member of the original group, has died. Dave Frey, who works for Ramones Productions and Silent Partner Management, confirmed that he died on Friday, July 11, 2014. Ramone was 65.
    Tina Fineberg, File | AP Photo
  • Singapore Purged Books
    FILE - In this Nov. 21, 2005, file photo, Singapore's Minister for Environment and Water Resources Yaacob Ibrahim speaks during a meeting with his Turkish counterpart in Ankara. Ibrahim, currently minister of communications and information, supports the city-state's decision to destroy all copies of three books deemed inappropriate by state-run libraries.
    Burhan Ozbilici, File | AP Photo
  • Obama
    President Barack Obama, right, is escorted by Air Force Col. David Almand, the 89th Airlift Wing commander, as he walks to board Marine One upon arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Thursday, July 10, 2014.
    Manuel Balce Ceneta | AP Photo
  • Drive Down Float
    Joe Daniels' classic wooden trawler, Sandy Lee, built in 1956, is tied up at the new Bar Harbor drive down ramp, after off-loading halibut, Thursday, July 3, 2014, as Ken Eichner Jr. hauls a power skiff up the ramp bridge.
    Ketchikan Daily News, Hall Anderson | AP Photo
  • Brazil Soccer WCup Argentina
    Argentina's Lionel Messi sits during a training session in Vespesiano, near Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Thursday, July 10, 2014. On Sunday, Argentina faces Germany for the World Cup final soccer match in Rio de Janeiro.
    Victor R. Caivano | AP Photo
  • Exchange Scooter Commuters
    ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, JULY 13 - In this photo taken on June 25, 2014, scooters are lined up at the Saugatuck train station in Westport, Conn. Most scooter commuters cite the lower operating cost for their growing popularity. (AP Photo/Connecticut Post, Gretchen Webster) MANDATORY CREDIT
    Gretchen Webster | AP
  • Exchange Scooter Commuters
    ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, JULY 13 - In this photo taken on June 24, 2014, Zach Chapman prepares to jump on his scooter for his daily ride home from the Fairfield Center train station in Fairfield, Conn. Chapman became a scooter commuter because he said that riding his scooter is better for the environment than driving a car. (AP Photo/Connecticut Post, Gretchen Webster) MANDATORY CREDIT
    Gretchen Webster | AP
  • Obit Ramone
    FILE - In this March 18, 2002, file photo, members of the Ramones, from left to right, Dee Dee, Johnny, Tommy and Marky Ramone hold their awards after being inducted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at New York's Waldorf Astoria. A business associate says Tommy, the last surviving member of the original group, has died. Dave Frey, who works for Ramones Productions and Silent Partner Management, says Ramone's wife called to tell him he died on Friday, July 11, 2014. Ramone was 62.
    Ed Betz, File | AP Photo
  • Obit Ramone
    FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2005, file photo, Tommy Ramone, ex-drummer and manager of The Ramones, smiles as he is interviewed backstage at the Knitting Factory in New York. A business associate says Ramone, a co-founder of the seminal punk band The Ramones and the last surviving member of the original group, has died. Dave Frey, who works for Ramones Productions and Silent Partner Management, says Ramone's wife called to tell him he died on Friday, July 11, 2014. Ramone was 62.
    Tina Fineberg, File | AP Photo
  • Exchange Project Fresh Air
    ADVANCE FOR USE SATURDAY, JULY 12 In this photo taken on July 6, 2014, Mahogany Hampton, 10, of Elmont, N.Y., walks onto Waterford Town Beach with her local Fresh Air Fund host Ellen Gotfried, left, in Waterford, Conn. The Fresh Air Fund sends children from urban environments to live with host families in a more rural settings during the summer months. (AP Photo/Sean D. Elliot, The Day) MANDATORY CREDIT
    Sean D. Elliot | AP
  • Britain Women's Golf Open
    Mo Martin of the US lines up a shot on the 9th green during the second day of the Women's British Open golf championship on the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport, England, Friday July 11, 2014.
    Scott Heppell | AP Photo
  • LeBrons Decision Cleveland Basketball
    The Progressive Field scoreboard welcomes back LeBron James, during a baseball game between the Chicago White Sox and the Cleveland Indians on Friday, July 11, 2014, in Cleveland. James announced earlier in the day he would return to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers after four years in Miami.
    Mark Duncan | AP Photo
  • LeBrons Desision Cleveland Basketball
    Pedestrians cross East 9th Street in Cleveland under a large electronic billboard featuring NBA basketball star LeBron James in his old Cleveland Cavaliers uniform Friday, July 11, 2014. Earlier James announced he would return to Cleveland, where he played seven years before leaving for the Miami Heat.
    Mark Duncan | AP Photo
  • Lebron's Decision Cleveland Basketball
    NBA basetball fans, from left, Joe Magoline, of Bath Township, Ryan Krucke of Brunswick, Jack Dralle of Brunswick, Clay Erdie of Bath Township and Chase Costanzo of Bath Township, celebrate in front of the house of LeBron James, in Bath, Ohio, after learning of James' decision to sign as a free-agent with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Friday, July 11, 2014. The fans tossed powder in the air, like LeBron's pregame ritual. (AP Photo/Akron Beacon Journal, Karen Schiely) MANDATORY CREDIT
    Karen Schiely | AP
  • LeBron's Decision Basketball
    FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2010, file photo, Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James waits for play to resume in an NBA basketball game against the New Orleans Hornets in Cleveland. Four years after he left for Miami, a widely criticized departure that damaged his image and crushed a long-suffering city's championship hopes, James is coming back to play for the Cavaliers to try and end Cleveland's half-century title drought.
    Tony Dejak, File | AP Photo
  • LeBrons Decision Cleveland Basketball
    A fan holds a sign welcoming LeBron James back to Cleveland, before a baseball game between the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians on Friday, July 11, 2014, in Cleveland. James announced earlier in the day he will return to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
    Mark Duncan | AP Photo
  • GOP House Advantage
    This photo taken June 30, 2014 shows North Carolina Republican Congressional candidate David Rouzer, right, talking with campaign aide Tyler Foote in Raleigh, N.C. Rouzer is favored to win the House seat that North Carolina Democrat Mike McIntyre is surrendering after 18 years. Democrats long have claimed that Republicans abused their legislative powers to elect a disproportionate number of U.S. House members. A court in Florida is lending credence to their complaint, and North Carolina Democrats are fighting a GOP-drawn map in state court. The battles are shining a new light on the fiercely partisan practice of gerrymandering, in which state officials draw congressional districts to help their party. Both parties have done it for decades, but Republicans refined the practice in 2011, a year after they won control of numerous state governments preparing to redraw congressional maps based on the 2010 census. It’s one reason Republicans hold a solid House majority even though Americans cast 1.4 million more votes for Democratic House candidates than for GOP House candidates in 2012.
    Charles Babington | AP Photo
  • GOP House Advantage
    FILE - This Sept. 6, 2012 file photo shows Rep. David Price, D-N.C. speaking the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Democrats long have claimed that Republicans abused their legislative powers to elect a disproportionate number of U.S. House members. A court in Florida is lending credence to their complaint, and North Carolina Democrats are fighting a GOP-drawn map in state court. The battles are shining a new light on the fiercely partisan practice of gerrymandering, in which state officials draw congressional districts to help their party. Both parties have done it for decades, but Republicans refined the practice in 2011, a year after they won control of numerous state governments preparing to redraw congressional maps based on the 2010 census. It’s one reason Republicans hold a solid House majority even though Americans cast 1.4 million more votes for Democratic House candidates than for GOP House candidates in 2012.
    J. Scott Applewhite, File | AP Photo
  • Obama's Split-screen Presidency
    This combination image of President Barack Obama shows him, left, talking about the economy during a visit to Denver on July 9, 2014, and right, talking at the White House in Washington about the situation in Iraq on June 19, 2014. There's the confident Obama ridiculing opponents to the delight of his supporters. Then there's the increasingly unpopular president hobbled by gridlock in Washington and foreign policy crises. While Obama has long sought refuge away from the capital when his frustrations boiled over, the gap between his outside and inside games has perhaps never been bigger.
    AP Photos
  • WCup Winning the Wallet Soccer
    Christian DiBenedetto, senior innovation director for adidas, and Peter Hong, merchandise manager for adidas soccer, demonstrate the company’s new miCoach Smart Ball, one of the innovative products that companies are rolling out to capitalize on the World Cup, on June 26, 2014 in Portland, Ore.
    Anne M. Peterson | AP Photo
  • WCup Winning the Wallet Soccer
    The adidas miCoach Smart Ball is seen at adidas’ North American headquarters in Portland, Ore., on June 26, 2014.
    Anne M. Peterson | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US Kerry
    Afghan Defense Minister Bismillah Khan Mohammadi speaks to the media during a photo opportunity before a meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Afghanistan's national security and defense leaders at the U.S. embassy in Kabul, Friday, July 11, 2014. Kerry is in Kabul to help resolve an election crisis surrounding Afghanistan's presidential vote.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Phoro
  • Afghanistan US
    Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai, left, shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry as he sends him off after a dinner at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, July 11, 2014. Kerry visited Afghanistan in hopes of diffusing a crisis over the runoff presidential election to find a successor for outgoing President Karzai.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US
    Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai, left, sees U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry off at the door after a dinner at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, July 11, 2014. Kerry visited Afghanistan in hopes of diffusing a crisis over the runoff presidential election to find a successor for outgoing President Karzai.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US Kerry
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah, center left, at the start of a meeting at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Friday July 11, 2014. Kerry sought Friday to broker a deal between Afghanistan's rival presidential candidates as a bitter dispute over last month's runoff election risked spiraling out of control.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, right, and Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai talk as Karzai says goodbye to Kerry after a dinner at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, July 11, 2014. Kerry visited Afghanistan in hopes of diffusing a crisis over the runoff presidential election to find a successor for outgoing President Karzai.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Photo
  • Afghanistan US Kerry
    Afghan National Security Adviser Rangin Spanta, left, and Defence Minister Bismillah Khan Mohammadi, center, joke over who will speak to the media alongside U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (R) during a meeting between Kerry and Afghanistan's national security and defense leaders at the U.S. embassy in Kabul, Friday, July 11, 2014. Kerry is in Kabul to help resolve an election crisis surrounding Afghanistan's presidential vote.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Phoro
  • Afghanistan
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, right, is greeted by Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai as he arrives for a dinner at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, July 11, 2014. Kerry visited Afghanistan in hopes of diffusing a crisis over the runoff presidential election to find a successor for outgoing President Karzai.
    Jim Bourg, Pool | AP Photo
  • Athletics Mariners Baseball
    Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin, left, argues with home plate umpire James Hoye, second from left, as they leave the field after Athletics' Nick Punto was called out on strikes to end the baseball game against the Seattle Mariners in the ninth inning on Friday, July 11, 2014, in Seattle.
    Ted S. Warren | AP Photo
  • Athletics Mariners Baseball
    Oakland Athletics' Nick Punto throws his helmet to the dirt after he was called out on strikes to end the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners, Friday, July 11, 2014, in Seattle. The Mariners won 3-2.
    Ted S. Warren | AP Photo
  • Athletics Mariners Baseball
    Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin, left, argues with home plate umpire James Hoye, right, as they leave the field after Athletics' Nick Punto was called out on strikes to end the baseball game against the Seattle Mariners in the ninth inning on Friday, July 11, 2014, in Seattle.
    Ted S. Warren | AP Photo
  • Athletics Mariners Baseball
    Oakland Athletics' Nick Punto throws his helmet to the dirt after he was called out on strikes to end the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners, Friday, July 11, 2014, in Seattle. The Mariners won 3-2.
    Ted S. Warren | AP Photo
  • Athletics Mariners Baseball
    Oakland Athletics' Nick Punto's helmet bounces off the dirt in front of Seattle Mariners catcher Mike Zunino, right, after Punto threw it down when he was called out on strikes to end the ninth inning of a baseball game on Friday, July 11, 2014, in Seattle. The Mariners won 3-2.
    Ted S. Warren | AP Photo
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