The Washington Times' Photos of the Week
Images of note from the past week by the staff photographers of The Washington Times.
Retired Army Spc. Sean Burke of Lincoln, Neb. who lost his leg from an I.E.D explosion in Afghanistan in 2009, right, watches as off duty men with the Navy Ceremonial Guard, who perform funeral services for service members at Arlington Cemetery, unfold an american flag as veterans and veteran supporters block protesters with the Westboro Baptist Church outside the main entrance to Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day, Arlington, Va., Monday, November 12, 2012. Approximately a hundred veterans and veteran supporters came out to block the protest by the Westboro Baptist Church, based in Topeka, Kan., which is known for extreme views and have caused an uproar over the past few years for their protests. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
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South Africa’s first black president, Nelson Mandela dies at age 95
Down, Sunny! The First Family's Portuguese Water Dog's frisky romp that bowled over two-year-old Ashtyn Gardner during a recent White House holiday party was hardly the first instance of a First Pet behaving badly. In fact, President George W. Bush's beloved Barney may have set the gold standard by chomping on a reporter's finger.
Bargain shoppers pack into stores as early as 6 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
See the shocking weapons arsenal stockpiled inside Adam Lanza's lair. Lanza unleashed the deadly rampage at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in Dec. 2012.
Uniforms for the 2013 Army-Navy football game were unveiled Monday by Nike
The nation marks a half-century since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Many who were alive on that fateful day recall exactly where they were and what they were doing.
The Los Angeles Auto Show opens this week with flashy cars with formidable pedigrees and even more formidable price tags.
Shocking new photos reveal devastation of Benghazi attack
Best Frenemies: Bill Clinton and President Obama. It's no secret the iconic Democrats aren't the best of buds — but that shouldn't stop them from having a Beer Summit in the backyard of the White House. Heck, Mr. Obama has hosted a bunch of them with others who don't necessarily share his views.
USS Gonzalez demonstrates its incredible maneuverability by executing a hair-pin turn for spectators in Norfolk, Virginia.
A terrifying series of twisters, severe thunderstorms, left a path of devastation in several communities in the midwest.
A sampling of the patriotic and military uniforms college football teams have rolled out this year as a show of support for the troops.
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms in recorded history, has left devastation on a monumental scale in its wake.
Yves Rossy, known as the Jetman, flies by Mount Fuji in Japan.
Still image obtained by NBC News showing the moment when two Cessnas collided in midair. The skydivers and both pilots survived.
Northwestern's blood-splattered Wounded Warrior uniforms, produced by Under Armor, draw criticism ahead of game against Michigan.
TSA agent among victims of LAX shooting.
Take that, China — check out the U.S. Navy's nuclear submarine fleet amid reports that Beijing’s nuclear submarines can attack American cities as a means to counterbalance U.S. nuclear deterrence in the Pacific.
Brazilian surfer Carlos Burle rides 100-foot high wave off the coast of Portugal, then rescues fellow surfer Maya Gabeira who broke her ankle and nearly drown in the crashing surf.
Sen. Ted Cruz participates in a pheasant hunt hosted by Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) over the weekend in Akron, Iowa. Cruz attended the Iowa GOP's annual fundraising dinner in Des Moines, Iowa, on Friday.
Hurricane-force storm blasts northern Europe