Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done 10 Things to See: A week of top AP photos By The Associated Press 53 minutes ago 0 shares . . Here’s your look at highlights from the weekly AP photo report, a gallery featuring a mix of front-page photography, the odd image you might have missed and lasting moments our editors think you should see. This week’s collection includes a bullfighter gored during the San Fermin festival in Spain; a 5-year-old Bosnia Muslim girl paying respect near the coffin of her uncle on the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre; fireworks over Manhattan on July 4; and aftermath from an Israeli missile strike in the Jabaliya refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. ____ This gallery contains photos published July 3-10, 2014.
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New From Richard Mille: The $2 Million Watch – Forbes
(Recall the $690,000 it madeand replacedfor Rafael Nadal, or the $1.65 million RM 056 it developed in 2012.) So its no surprise to see the extreme price tag of the third model in its line of sapphire tourbillon timepieces, the $2,020,000 RM 56-02 Tourbillon Sapphire. The watch is special because its complex case design and extraordinarily intricate movement are forged out of pure sapphire and then suspended in air by a system of pulleys. It is built on the same fundamental design that Nadals watch used with the RM 27-01 when the company debuted a technology that suspended the watches interior mechanics transparently mid-air, making the whole thing appear weightless. The difference this time is that the base-plate is titanium and the case is sapphire. Inside, the suspension cable is braided to .35mm thickness (the width of a fishing line) and then controlled by those pulleys posted to four points along the movement and additional posts along the side of the case. A ratchet at 9 oclock lets you adjust the tension on the cables, while an arrow at 12 oclock registers how tight the cords are. Ten of them will be made, with sales starting in September.Call it the perfect look for anyone, Nadal or otherwise, who needs effortless domination over space. Follow me on Facebook: Hannah Elliott Follow me on Instagram: @HannahElliottxo
‘Talladega Nights’ actor Luke Bigham arrested – CNN.com
This mug was snapped after Mel Gibson, now notorious for getting himself into trouble, was arrested and charged with drunk driving in 2006. Backstreet Boy Nick Carter was arrested for drunken driving after failing a field sobriety test in 2005. Singer James Brown was arrested in Aiken, South Carolina, on January 28, 2004, and charged with Criminal Domestic Violence. The Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Sheriff’s office took this mug shot of the famous “Home Alone” star Macaulay Culkin in 2004 after they found marijuana, Xanax and sleeping pills in his possession. He was briefly jailed before being released on bond. Country singer Glen Campbell was arrested in Phoenix on November 25, 2003, on drunken driving and hit-and-run charges. According to Arizona police, the 67-year-old performer hit another car and left the scene. He was later picked up at his home where he smelled of booze and kneed a sergeant in the thigh.
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