Professional dog walkers Jackie Siebert, left, and Dave Sinnott take a break with their charges on a trail at Runyon Canyon Park.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mel Melcon / Los Angeles TimesLink
A plane flies over the "Rainbow," the public art created by American multimedia artist Tony Tasset at the Sony Pictures Entertainment studios.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles TimesLink
Ryan Moore, 5, plays at Padua Park under dark clouds.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles TimesLink
Skaters perform in celebrations launching the one-year countdown to the 2014 Sochi Winter Paralympics in Red Square.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alexander Zemlianichenko / Associated PressLink
A lone man stands in the new north concourse of the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday. Three of the 18 new gates planned for the concourse were opened.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles TimesLink
Ramin Abrams,18, a freshman music performance major at UCLA, practiced his double bass Wednesday in front of Moore Hall.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles TimesLink
The child of an Indian female laborer sits on the ground at a brick factory, on the eve of International Women's Day. Women have always faced higher unemployment rates than men, and the sluggish global economy in recent years has made the situation worse, the International Labour Organization said.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: SANJAY KANOJIA / AFPLink
Caitlin, 9, sleeps on her Irish wolfhound on the first day of Crufts dog show. The four-day show features more than 25,000 dogs, with competitors traveling from 41 countries to participate.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Oli Scarff / Getty Images EuropeLink
A Malaysian soldier stands guard during the departure of Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak in Felda Sahabat. Razak rejected a cease-fire call by the self-proclaimed Philippine sultan whose Islamic fighters launched a deadly incursion into Malaysia.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHD RASFAN / AFPLink
Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson in pictured in his Henderson, Nev., home ahead of a 10-week, 38-date cross-country tour of his one-man stage show, "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth." The tour comes through Los Angeles on Friday.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rick Loomis / Los Angeles TimesLink
Nebraska basketball fans storm the court at the Devaney Sports Center on Wednesday after Nebraska defeated Minnesota 53-51 in an NCAA college basketball game. The Nebraska basketball program moves to a new arena next year after 37 years at Devaney.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Nati Harnik / Associated PressLink
Julio Acevedo is escorted from an extradition hearing at the Lehigh County Courthouse. He is a suspect in a hit-and-run crash that killed a pregnant woman and her husband on their way to a hospital in New York. Their premature baby, delivered after the crash, later died.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matt Rourke / Associated PressLink
Ocean waves crash over a seawall and into houses along the coast. A nor'easter is bringing wind-whipped, wet snow to Massachusetts, and coastal flooding is expected in communities still recovering from February's blizzard.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steven Senne / Associated PressLink
A protesting Goodyear worker pulls a co-worker away from riot police in front of the U.S. tire firm. Goodyear announced in January that it would close a factory in the north of France that employs about 1,250 people.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ETIENNE LAURENT / EPALink
Soldiers carry the coffin of Stephane Hessel during an official ceremony. Hessel, 95, a concentration camp survivor and a member of the French resistance whose 32-page book "Time for Outrage" became a best-seller and an inspiration for the left in Europe and the U.S., died Feb.26.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Zacharie Scheurer / Associated PressLink
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