More than 70 years running, the Monaco Grand Prix is widely considered the belle of the Formula One ball--once described by the governing body of motorsports as an "exceptional location of glamour and prestige."
Rubber melted, engines growled, and cars collided at the 71st annual Monaco Grand Prix--the glamorous first act of automobile racing's triple crown.
Winding its way across Monte Carlo and along its Mediterranean harbor, the circuit is as stunning as it is treacherous. Narrow roads and tight corners sent cars slamming full speed into barriers, walls, and each other.
Scenes from an attack show the recurring choreography of violence in Afghanistan--and suggest further trouble ahead.
It started around 4 p.m. with a suicide bomber blowing himself up in front of a United Nations-affiliated agency that helps resettle refugees. Gunmen, reportedly also wearing suicide vests, followed with an on-the-ground attack that sent children fleeing.
President Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie rekindled their unlikely post-Sandy friendship with a stroll along the state's hard-hit Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk.
Obama whiffed at Touchdown Fever, missing the tire five consecutive times; Christie hit his mark with a single toss of the football. Luckily, the president didn't walk away empty-handed: the booth's operator gave him a "Chicago" bear as a consolation prize.
Celebrities decked out in their finest glitter came to the 21st Life Ball 2013 in Vienna, Austria, hosted by fashion titan Roberto Cavalli. The theme: "One Thousand and One Nights."
Roberto Cavalli triumphantly makes his way down the catwalk, accompanied by his wife and six models.
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