Reuters photographer Todd Korol examines the oil sands industry in Alberta.
The Baltimore Sun
“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, photojournalist Lloyd Fox photographed the Ravens as they beat the Cleveland Browns 23-21 at at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.
Beer flows as Oktoberfest kicks off in Munich, competition in the Asian games and motorcycles race at Le Mans | Sept. 20
Beer and cleavage appear during the opening day of Oktoberfest in Munich, visually poetic competition at the Asian games, motorcycles race at Le Mans and more in the day in pictures from around the world.
More residents of Northern California mountain communities were told to leave their homes Thursday after an out-of-control wildfire doubled in size, scorching more than 100 sq m of drought-parched timber and brush.
Apple’s stores attracted long lines of shoppers for the debut of the latest iPhones, indicating robust pent-up demand for bigger-screen smartphones. The iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus became available starting in Australia, before rolling out in Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, France, Germany, Puerto Rico, Canada and the United States. Consumers in New York and San Francisco had already formed queues to be first to buy the gadgets.
Throughout the 1970s, there were several scuffles inside the Baltimore City jail, most notably in February and September 1971 among uproar in the Attica, N.Y. jail.
Reports suggest that by the summer of 1971, the state prison in Attica was ready to explode. From History, “inmates were frustrated with chronic overcrowding, censorship of letters, and living conditions that limited them to one shower per week and one roll of toilet paper each month. Some Attica prisoners, adopting the radical spirit of the times, began to perceive themselves as political prisoners rather than convicted criminals.”