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Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Pictures in the News | October 17, 2014

Friday's Pictures in the News begins in Europe, where Italian riot police in Turin use tear gas during clashes with demonstrators who were protesting a European jobs summit. ...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Pictures in the News | April 24, 2014

In Thursday's Pictures in the News, an airplane leaves a trail across the sky with the moon as a background in Nuernberg, Germany. Hami, China: Meteorological authorities...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Pictures in the News | March 31, 2014

Monday's Pictures in the News begins along historic Route 66, where Elmer E. Long, the owner of the Bottle Tree Ranch along Route 66 in Oro Grande, Calif., continues to collect...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Reader photos: Best of Southern California moments for September 2013

Whenever I go through a month's photos, I look for themes. Something that draws the images together, something that seems to fit. This month, the...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Pictures in the News | November 9, 2012

Friday's Pictures in the News begins in the Philippines, where workers prepare for Veterans Day at the Manila American Cemetery in Taguig City. American and Filipino troops...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Pictures in the News | June 13, 2012

Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Bangladesh, where Muslims trying to flee to Bangladesh to escape religious violence in Myanmar sit in a boat after they were...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Pictures in the News | May 14, 2012

Monday's Pictures in the News begins in England, where an animatronic Baryonyx dinosaur arrives at the Bristol Zoo Gardens. Twelve animatronic dinosaurs will form part of the...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Pictures in the News | Aug. 5, 2011

Friday's Pictures in the News begins in Japan, where the residents of Hiroshima will be observing the 66th anniversary of the atomic bombing by the U.S. in 1945. Things seem...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

'Photography ... at War'

When bodies of water separate a country from its troops, its people rely on reports from journalists and images from photographers to capture what war looks like from the...   View Post»

   

Beach curfew

Legal fight over beach curfews brewing

A battle is brewing in Los Angeles over the city’s longstanding midnight- to-5 a.m. beach curfew. The California Coastal Commission has told city officials that the curfew ...   View Post»

Pictures in the News | June 2, 2015

Tuesday’s Pictures in the News begins in China, where a ferry carrying 456 people on the Yangtze River sank after getting caught in a cyclone, and by Tuesday evening only a few survivors had been rescued. Read story

Elmont, N.Y.: An exercise rider guides a race horse around a wet main track during a workout. Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner American Pharoah will try for a Triple Crown on Saturday in the Belmont Stakes horse race.

Evans, Ga.: Firefighters battle a blaze at the Marshall Square Retirement Resort, where more than 80 residents of the upscale retirement resort in the heart of Evans were forced to flee for safety when fire alarms went off between 3 and 3:30 a.m.

Paris, France: Workers remove grids filled with love padlocks on the Pont des Arts that are being removed to be replaced by plexiglass panels. The tourist-friendly padlocks, weighing 45 tons, were endangering the structure.

Add stops in Washington, Egypt, Fiji and South Africa to round out the report.

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