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Added September 13, 2016 with 51 photos
Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who suffered a stroke two weeks ago, has died at age 93, the Israel News Agency said.
Added September 25, 2016 with 18 photos
Golf legend Arnold Palmer, recognized as one of the greatest players to have ever played a round, died on Sunday, September 25, at the age of 87.
Added January 04, 2016 with 49 photos
Added February 05, 2016 with 10 photos
The year 2016 will go down in history as a strange one: the US election, a host of notable deaths that no one expected, and some celebrity breakups that have shaken the foundations of Hollywood relationships.
Added September 14, 2016 with 25 photos
The Smithsonian threw open the doors and gave the media an early look at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NCAAHC) on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, in Washington, D.C.
Added September 06, 2016 with 34 photos
A look back at how far we've come over the last 15 years since that tragic day in 2001.
Added September 01, 2016 with 38 photos
From the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve celebrating its centennial to the USAF Thunderbirds passing over Three Sisters volcanic peaks, members of the military around the world faced a number of challenges in August. Here are some highlights in pictures.
Added August 26, 2016 with 12 photos
Chinese women participate in a Nike-sponsored, public fitness workout and demonstration in the plaza of an international shopping mall in Beijing on August 26, 2016. More and more Chinese are joining health clubs and running clubs as obesity, hypertension, diabetes and heart disease are on the rise with China's Millennials due to poor diet and workplace stress.
Added August 24, 2016 with 11 photos
A close relative of the guinea pig, these agoutis, a large rodent typically found in forested and wooded areas, have made the Campo de Santana, a park in downtown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, their home.
Added August 22, 2016 with 17 photos
Israeli settlers are pictured on August 22, 2016, harvesting grapes in the Jewish settlement of Ofra in the West Bank. The Psagot Winery, located near the Palestinian city of Ramallah, will use the grapes to produce their award-winning Merlot wine. The winery produces more than 250,000 bottles of wine per year, with 70 percent of it exported, primarily to the United States.
Added August 19, 2016 with 41 photos
Happy 70th birthday Mr. President! From Hope to Little Rock to the White House. Bill Clinton has been an influential figure in American politics for the past 30 years.
Added August 28, 2012 with 26 photos
A collection of UPI photos featuring President Barack Obama holding babies and meeting with young supporters.
Added August 01, 2016 with 12 photos
You'd think the animals at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo wouldn't need an invitation to jump into the water to cool off, but in the event they don't wander into the pools the zookeepers get goad in there by tossing treats of food in the chilly waters.
Added July 31, 2016 with 30 photos
From fixing a flat in the outback to the Blue Angels rocking a delta burst to a Korean War veteran paying his respects to the fallen, soldiers around the world faced a number of challenges in July. Here are some highlights in pictures.
Added June 02, 2016 with 58 photos
Hillary Clinton has come a long way from Park Ridge, Ill.
Added July 24, 2016 with 12 photos
With temperatures in the nation's capitol expected to reach triple digits, kids took the opportunity to cool off in a water fountain at The Yards Park in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, July 24, 2016.
Added July 05, 2016 with 35 photos
On July 5, 1946, French designer Louis Reard introduced the bikini swimsuit. Though it endured a difficult beginning, the bikini's popularity over the past 70 years has seen it skyrocket to become one of the most iconic fashion designs ever created.
Added June 15, 2016 with 24 photos
A mighty B-52 leads its formation into a mock battle scenario, Polish civilians take aim with military hardware, and looking up the parachute of a soldier floating back to earth. Here are some highlights in pictures.
Added June 28, 2016 with 16 photos
Nearly 1,300 cadet candidates reported to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Monday morning to begin six weeks of training to prepare them for the rigors of military life. Roughly 22 percent of the class is female, while a third of the cadets are minorities.
Added April 30, 2012 with 33 photos
From illegal impromptu pet shops, to glove eating goats in Buddhist monasteries, this collection features various animal encounters on the streets of China.
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