Jan. 15 Photo Brief: Lance talks to Oprah, assault rifles on the runway, Kumbh Mela draws hundreds of millions

Jan. 15 Photo Brief: Lance talks to Oprah, assault rifles on the runway, Kumbh Mela draws hundreds of millions

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Oprah talks about her upcoming interview with Lance Armstrong, the largest religious gathering on earth, the Kumbh Mela, begins attracting Hindu devotees, the runway at Milan Fashion Week Menswear Autumn/Winter turns militant and more in today’s daily brief.

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The 2013 Detroit Auto Show

The 2013 Detroit Auto Show

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Though the city of Detroit may have lost a little of its luster as the automotive capital of the world, the 2013 Auto Show still draws hundreds of exhibits and press from around the world to look at what’s the latest and greatest on wheels. The newest trends are revealed and awards are handed out to the top cars and trucks for 2013.

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Rough Cut: A raw edit from the Ravens 38-35 overtime victory over the Broncos

Rough Cut: A raw edit from the Ravens 38-35 overtime victory over the Broncos

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“Rough Cut” is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun’s photographic coverage of the National Football League. Fanatic fans, marching bands, cheerleaders and lots of game action are just part of the spectacle that is the NFL. This week photojournalists Lloyd Fox and Gene Sweeney Jr. photographed the Baltimore Ravens as they beat the Denver Broncos 38-35 in the AFC divisional playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium in Denver.

ALSO SEE: Ray Lewis retrospective: 1996-2003

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Baltimore, City of Murals

Baltimore, City of Murals

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One of Baltimore’s most charming assets are its hundreds of murals artfully sprayed, stenciled and painted across a broad canvas of city buildings. How wonderful it is to turn a corner and be surprised by a striking painting 30 feet high. Or, to pass by the same mural every day, and marvel at how it seems to change with the time of day and the weather. These kaleidoscopes of colors and graphic imagery affirm a dynamic city teeming with creativity and promise.

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Jan. 11 Photo Brief: A panda in Snow World, Golden Power acrobats, a wolf man in London and Kate Middelton’s natural painting

Jan. 11 Photo Brief: A panda in Snow World, Golden Power acrobats, a wolf man in London and Kate Middelton’s natural painting

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Kate and Will think her new official portrait is beautiful but critics disagree, the Circus of Horrors rehearses in London, the Harbin International Ice and Snow World festival draws a crowd in China, the Hungarian ‘Golden Power’ acrobats rehearse for the Grand Circus of Budapest and more in today’s daily brief.

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Jan. 10 Photo Brief: Whales trapped under Canadian ice, dog sled races in Poland and orthodox snowman in Israel

Jan. 10 Photo Brief: Whales trapped under Canadian ice, dog sled races in Poland and orthodox snowman in Israel

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Killer whales trapped under Canadian ice, Border Rush dog races along the Czech-Poland border, a Jewish boy makes an orthodox snowman next to the Western Wall in Jerusalem and and more in today’s daily brief.

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Jan. 9 Photo Brief: Ferry crash in New York, Storms dump rain and snow on the Middle East, Black Nazarene, Carnival masks, Animals keeping cool in Rio

Jan. 9 Photo Brief: Ferry crash in New York, Storms dump rain and snow on the Middle East, Black Nazarene, Carnival masks, Animals keeping cool in Rio

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Fifty-seven injured in New York ferry crash, Lebanon gets snow while Gaza and Israel deal with flooding, the Black Nazarene is celebrated in Manila, Brazil prepares for Carnival, Animals keeping cool in Rio and more in today’s daily brief.

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