In this May 4, 2009 photo, a flooded field is shown at a farm in Newburgh, Ind. The soggiest April in decades has left Indiana farmers far behind in their annual sprint to plant the state's corn crop, a delay that could cut farmers' yields, and profits, if fields don't dry out within the next two weeks.
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This April 29, 2009, file photo shows stocks of antiviral treatment, Tamiflu, at a warehouse in an undisclosed location in the United Kingdom. For years, Britain has been preparing for the possibility of a flu pandemic. Now, with the arrival of swine flu confirmed here, the threat of a pandemic - a global outbreak of flu spreading rapidly because it is a new type of virus to which few, if any, people have resistance - appears a closer reality. The government's chief medical adviser Liam Donaldson said: " We have enough antivirals to treat half the population of the U.K. if they become ill."
While wearing a President Obama mask, Michael Terry, left, of Falls Church, Va., attracts some attention from a fellow protester during an anti-abortion protest Friday April 17, 2009 at the main gate of the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind.
Emergency crews from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Butler County and Poplar Bluff clean up the scene of a double fatal accident on Highway 53, about three miles south of Poplar Bluff, Mo., Friday, May 8, 2009. The vehicle was traveling south when gusty storm winds apparently uprooted a large oak tree, which fell on the vehicle, killing both occupants.
In this image released by Entertainment Weekly, the recent issue of the entertainment magazine features on its cover, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, who was named entertainer of the year. (AP Photo/Entertainment Weekly) ** NO SALES **
Erin Stanley, 19, who was found dead on Sept. 1, 2007, is shown in this Aug. 15, 2005 photo. Her sister Kelly Stanley was found dead in their parents home on Sept. 7. The deaths, just 6 days apart, have stunned Centerville, a town of some 2,500 people about 60 miles east of Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Greg Pyle, Greg Pyle Photography)
Kelly Stanley, 18, shown in this Sept. 20, 2006 photo, died Sept. 7, 2007 at her parents' home, according to court documents. Her sister Erin, was found dead Sept. 1. The deaths, just 6 days apart, have stunned Centerville, a town of some 2,500 people about 60 miles east of Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Greg Pyle, Greg Pyle Photography)
A torn sign hangs on the side of the road leading to the Crandall Canyon Mine in Huntington, Utah, Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007. The latest holed drilled into the collapsed mine where six men are trapped broke through an area too small for the men to survive, a lawyer for several of the men's families said.(AP Photo/Deseret Morning News, August Miller)
Sunday -- Muhammad Ali sits during the Dalai Lama's visit to Bloomington on Sunday.
An unidentified relative of victims is controlled by Algerian airport employees Thursday, after an Air Algerie passenger jet crashed after takeoff in Tamanrasset, 1,600 kilometers (990 miles) south of the Algerian capital. The crash of the Boeing 737, one of its engines ablaze, killed 102 people. One person survived.
FIRE -- Jesse Storey, left, a fire scene investigator from the Evansville Fire Department, and Sgt. Mike Dotson, right, a crime scene investigator with the Indiana State Police, look over the scene of an early morning house fire near Frichton, Ind., Tuesday, that took the life of 3-year-old Laura Godfrey.
Exiled Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden, the prime suspect behind the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States, speaks in 1998 at a meeting at an undisclosed location in Afghanistan, according to the source.
Proposed plans to enlarge the bleacher entrance and add two balconies overlooking the corner of Waveland and Sheffield at Wrigley Field in Chicago are seen in this artist's rendering, introduced June 18, during a news conference at the ballpark in Chicago. All plans need City of Chicago approval.
Baltimore Orioles Cal Ripken tips his cap to the crowd at the game where he broke Lou Gehrig's record of consecutive games in Baltimore on Sept. 6, 1995.
Coach Knight in Texas