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The week in 30 photos
Look at me! 18 selfies of the week
What a shot! 31 sports photos
Why neon lights are dying
A few years ago, Brian Daniel was driving around Los Angeles when he spotted a neon sign for a random storage facility. The red stick figures carrying yellow boxes glowed from the mundane building. It was like it was screaming out to him.
Comic-Con: Who wore it best?
The annual San Diego Comic-Con, mecca of all things pop culture, began on Wednesday night and runs through Sunday, July 27. The massive convention -- known for giving fans a first look at the latest "geek-friendly" TV, film and of course, comics -- is also a major gathering for cosplayers (that is, fans who wear costumes of their favorite characters).
The best selfies from space
"Gee whiz! Look at that horizon. It's curved a little bit and the clouds are way down there. I wonder what the picture's going to look like?" recalls famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
Do we need to go back to the moon?
"Neil Armstrong is going to walk on the moon on Monday, July 21st."
Buzz Aldrin: After moon, Mars
Back in July 1969, I stood on the talcum-like lunar dust just a few feet from our home away from home, Eagle, the lunar module that transported Neil Armstrong and me to the bleak, crater-pocked moonscape.
Shift U.S. priorities closer to home
Rudy Ruiz says that, as the U.S. has focused on the Middle East, the problems of Latin America have grown -- and are being felt on this side of the border
Can Kerry end Gaza bloodshed?
Aaron Miller says Kerry needs the cooperation of Hamas, Israel, Egypt and others if he is to succeed in his peacemaking efforts
Until drug war ends, expect refugees
Jeronimo Saldana and Malik Burnett say Gov. Perry's plan to send National Guard to the border won't solve the escalating immigration problem. At its core is the longstanding drug war the U.S. in Central and South America.
GOP's slam of Obama over MH17
LZ Granderson says Ronald Reagan went horseback riding and took a vacation after the Korean Air Crash of 1983. So why does the GOP keep airbrushing history to bash Obama?
The argument for eating dog
The idea is difficult to stomach, but John Sutter writes that eating dog is morally equivalent to eating pig, another intelligent animal. If Americans oppose it, they should question their own eating habits as well.
U.S. military's new foe
Sharon Burke says climate change threatens America's military, and taking the problem seriously makes sense.
Man admits shooting intruder who yelled 'I'm pregnant'
Tom Greer says he fought back when he was attacked by intruders at his home. When he got his gun and fired at them, they ran.
Seahawks' Lynch plans holdout over contract
Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch plans to hold out and not participate in the opening day of training camp Friday, former Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson said Thursday night on the NFL Network.
Sources: Lakers offer coaching job to Scott
The Los Angeles Lakers have offered their head coaching job to Byron Scott, according to league sources.
Sources: Longhorns kick four more off team
Texas football coach Charlie Strong has kicked at least six players off the team, in addition to suspending the two Longhorns players Thursday after they were arrested for sexual assault.
Melo: It was 'always Chicago or New York'
Carmelo Anthony said it was not the money, but instead his confidence in Phil Jackson and his belief that the Knicks "aren't that far away from contending for an NBA title" why he opted to remain in New York instead of signing with the Chicago Bulls.
Seahawks' Lynch starts holdout over contract
As expected, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch did not attend the first day of training camp Friday, officially starting his holdout over changes he wants to his contract.
Judge denies Hernandez request for dismissal
A judge has rejected a motion by lawyers for Aaron Hernandez to dismiss charges stemming from the 2013 slaying of a Boston man whose body was found near the former New England Patriot player's home.
Johnson accounted for at start of Texans camp
Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson reported to Houston's training facility ahead of the start of camp after spending the offseason away from the team.
Paul: Sitting out possible if Sterling remains
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul told ESPN.com that it's "unacceptable" if Donald Sterling is still the owner of the team when the season begins.
Steelers holding off on new Big Ben contract
The Pittsburgh Steelers have informed quarterback Ben Roethlisberger that they will not sign him to a long-term contract until after the 2014 season.
Harden's 'cornerstones' belief miffs Parsons
A long-distance exchange of words between Chandler Parson and James Harden is heating up the rivalry between Houston and Dallas.
Cavs still out front in Love talks, sources say
The Cleveland Cavaliers cannot officially trade Andrew Wiggins before Aug. 23 but remain the closest thing to a front-runner in the trade sweepstakes for the Minnesota Timberwolves' Kevin Love, according to sources close to the process.
Lin joins Lakers, says 'Linsanity' part of past
The Lakers introduced Jeremy Lin at a news conference Thursday.
49ers' Smith: I've stayed sober since Sept.
Aldon Smith said hours before the San Francisco 49ers started training camp Thursday that he has stayed sober since last September, when he was arrested for drunk driving for the second time since Jan. 2012.
Twins call off Knoblauch induction post-arrest
Former Minnesota Twins star Chuck Knoblauch was arrested Wednesday night on charges that he allegedly assaulted his ex-wife, KHOU.com reported.
Romo says his best football is yet to come
Tony Romo turned 34 in April and he is coming off his second back surgery in less than a year, but the Dallas Cowboys quarterback sees himself playing the best football of his career in 2014 and beyond.