Greg Mortenson in Afghanistan
Published on April 30, 2008
Mortenson discusses matters with the village leaders.
Greg Mortenson with students in Central Asia
Jeffrey Sachs in Zanzibar
Jeffrey Sachs in Uganda
Jeffrey Sachs in Kenya
Rincon Creek rages after a heavy rainfall in 2005. For nearly a decade, folks have been fighting to clean up the water around there via a septic- to-sewer system conversion for the area's homes.
David Mullinax, Iya Falcone, and Shane Stark (from left) said eradicating rent control is just the start of the havoc that the initiative would wreak.
Valle Verde retirement home's organic landscaping.
The Packed Bowl
Minus the Bear
EOD technicians pack up the dual signal-receiving units that set off the blast.
A signal is transmitted to receiving devices in the field to detonate the explosives.
Media and EOD survey the crater left from several explosions
Senior airman Lindsey Ahonen warns, "Fire in the Hole"
Bricks of C4 and sticks of dynamite available for inspection
EOD technicians ready the explosives in the field
Senior airman Lindsey Ahonen and Staff Sergeant Robert Butler discuss the handling of explosives
Senior airman Lindsey Ahonen brings bricks and sticks of C4 and dynamite for the media to inspect
EOD techs ready the blasting caps in a field bunker
Staff Sergeant Robert Butler discusses equipment used by the EOD such as robotics and a bomb suits
Lois Capps endorses Barack Obama.
Snatam Kaur performing with Krishan in Eugene, Oregon, in 2006.
Robert Black is a solo double-bass virtuoso who specializes in the unexpected.
20 bricks of C4 exploding is best viewed from a distance