A dog of the Saint Bernard hospice plays in the snow on the Great St. Bernard Pass between Switzerland and Italy after returning from winter quarters in Martigny, Switzerland, Monday, June 9, 2008. The dogs will spend the summer on the pass and return to Martigny at the onset of winter for their search and rescue duties. The Saint Bernhard dogs are bred as rescue dogs for avalanche victims.
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Back In The Swing
Tiger Woods unleashes a drive on the sixth hole while practicing for the U.S. Open golf tournament at Torrey Pines Golf Course Monday June 9, 2008 in San Diego. Woods is returning from knee surgery he underwent right after the Masters. The U.S. Open is his first tournament since the surgery.
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Cool Your Jets
Chelsea Bloxson, left, tosses Caroline Ritchie, 3, over a water jet at a park as they escape the heat in Charlotte, N.C., Monday, June 9, 2008. Bloxson is Ritchie's nanny. Extreme heat and humidity has blanketed much of the East Coast since Saturday.
Credit: AP Photo/Chuck Burton
An indigenous Bolivian leader marches through the streets of La Paz, Monday, June 9, 2008. Thousands of demonstrators protested against the U.S. decision to grant political asylum to former Bolivian Defense Minister Carlos Sanchez, who fled the country during violent protests in 2003 that killed at least 60 people, most shot by troops under his command. Sanchez is accused of genocide in Bolivia.
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Lap Of Luxury?
Naba, a four-year-old female African lion, keeps cool as she licks a "bloodsicle" made of frozen cow's blood, Monday, June 9, 2008, at the National Zoo in Washington, as temperatures rose toward the triple digits along the East Coast.
Credit: AP Photo/Charles Dharapak
Tiny Ship Was Tossed
A pleasure boat is partially submerged Monday June 9, 2008, at the Belle Harbor Marina in Racine, Wis., after rushing flood waters slammed its hull into the dock after the Root River flooded to record levels over the weekend.
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Down The Cape
Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., waves as he returns to his Hyannis Port, Mass., home, Monday, June 9, 2008, after undergoing brain surgery on a malignant tumor last week at Duke University.