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USA-IMMIGRATION/FINGERPRINTS
RTX2BN6O
April 26, 2016
A man has his fingerprints electronically scanned by a U.S. Border Patrol agent while others wait for...
Nogales, UNITED STATES
Man has fingerprints electronically scanned by a US Border Patrol agent at the U.S. Border Patrol detention...
A man has his fingerprints electronically scanned by a U.S. Border Patrol agent while others wait for their turn at the U.S. Border Patrol detention center in Nogales, Arizona, May 31, 2006. REUTERS/Jeff Topping/File Photo
USA-CRASH/ARIZONA
RTR20Q8L
August 07, 2008
Department of Public Safety officers and members of the media stand near the path of a Suburban SUV that...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Department of Public Safety officers and members of the media stand near the path of a Suburban SUV near...
Department of Public Safety officers and members of the media stand near the path of a Suburban SUV that was carrying 18 people and crashed killing nine, after the driver lost control on state Highway 79 drove into this wash and back up the wash bank stopping in the desert, 85 miles (137 km) southeast of Phoenix near Florence, Arizona August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRASH/ARIZONA
RTR20Q8K
August 07, 2008
Wheel tracks in the Sonoran desert mark the path of a sport utility vehicle (SUV) that was carrying 18...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Wheel tracks in the Sonoran desert mark the path of a SUV that was carrying 18 people and crashed killing...
Wheel tracks in the Sonoran desert mark the path of a sport utility vehicle (SUV) that was carrying 18 people and crashed killing nine, 85 miles southeast of Phoenix near Florence, Arizona August 7, 2008. Nine people were killed and nine injured when the SUV packed with 18 suspected illegal immigrants rolled on a desert highway south of Phoenix, police said on Thursday. Department of Public Safety officers stand in the background. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRASH/ARIZONA
RTR20Q8E
August 07, 2008
An officer from the Department of Public Safety stands next to a crushed sport utility vehicle at the...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Officer from Department of Public Safety stands next to crushed sport utility vehicle in Phoenix, Arizona...
An officer from the Department of Public Safety stands next to a crushed sport utility vehicle at the impound area at the Department of Public Safety headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona August 7, 2008. Nine people were killed and nine injured when the SUV packed with 18 suspected illegal immigrants rolled on a desert highway south of Phoenix, police said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRASH/ARIZONA
RTR20Q89
August 07, 2008
A crushed sport utility vehicle is seen while being moved to an impound area at the Department of Public...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Crushed sport utility vehicle is seen while being moved to impound area in Phoenix
A crushed sport utility vehicle is seen while being moved to an impound area at the Department of Public Safety headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona August 7, 2008. Nine people were killed and nine injured when the SUV packed with 18 suspected illegal immigrants rolled on a desert highway south of Phoenix, police said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82JY
July 24, 2008
Chicago Cubs Reed Johnson (9) is greeted by Geovany Soto at home plate after Reed hit a grand slam home...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Cubs' Johnson is greeted by Soto during the eighth inning of their MLB National League baseball game...
Chicago Cubs Reed Johnson (9) is greeted by Geovany Soto at home plate after Reed hit a grand slam home run against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the eighth inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 2008. It was Johnson's second career grand slam. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82JS
July 24, 2008
Chicago Cubs Reed Johnson hits a grand slam home run against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the eighth...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Cubs' Johnson hits grand slam home run against the Diamondbacks during eighth inning of their MLB National...
Chicago Cubs Reed Johnson hits a grand slam home run against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the eighth inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 2008. It was Johnson's second career grand slam. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82I5
July 24, 2008
Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ted Lilly tags Arizona Diamondbacks Conor Jackson (R) out during a run...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ted Lilly tags Arizona Diamondbacks Conor Jackson out during a run down...
Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ted Lilly tags Arizona Diamondbacks Conor Jackson (R) out during a run down along the third base line during the fifth inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82I0
July 24, 2008
Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Doug Davis throws against the Chicago Cubs during the first inning...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Diamondbacks starting pitcher Davis throws against the Cubs in Phoenix
Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Doug Davis throws against the Chicago Cubs during the first inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82HT
July 24, 2008
Arizona Diamondbacks Tony Clark (L) is greeted by Chris Young at home plate after Clark hit a two run...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Diamondbacks Clark is greeted by Young at home plate after Clark hit a two run home run, driving in Young,...
Arizona Diamondbacks Tony Clark (L) is greeted by Chris Young at home plate after Clark hit a two run home run, driving in Young, off of Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ted Lilly during the fourth inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82HG
July 24, 2008
Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Mark Reynolds fields a ground ball hit by Chicago Cubs Aramis Ramirez...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Diamondbacks third baseman Reynolds fields a ground ball hit by Cubs Ramirez in Phoenix
Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Mark Reynolds fields a ground ball hit by Chicago Cubs Aramis Ramirez during the first inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona July 23, 2008. Reynolds threw Ramirez out at first base. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82HF
July 24, 2008
Chicago Cubs Mark DeRosa (L) waits for the ball as Arizona Diamondbacks Conor Jackson steals second base...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Cubs DeRosa waits for the ball as Diamondbacks Jackson steals second base in Phoenix
Chicago Cubs Mark DeRosa (L) waits for the ball as Arizona Diamondbacks Conor Jackson steals second base during the first inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82GT
July 24, 2008
The Chicago Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez throws out Arizona Diamondbacks Augie Ojeda during the...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
The Chicago Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez throws out Arizona Diamondbacks Augie Ojeda at their MLB...
The Chicago Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez throws out Arizona Diamondbacks Augie Ojeda during the first inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82GN
July 24, 2008
The Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ted Lilly throws against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the first...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
The Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ted Lilly throws against the Arizona Diamondbacks
The Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Ted Lilly throws against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the first inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82GC
July 24, 2008
The Chicago Cubs Derrek Lee hits a home run off of Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Doug Davis during...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
The Chicago Cubs Derrek Lee hits a home run off of Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Doug Davis at...
The Chicago Cubs Derrek Lee hits a home run off of Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Doug Davis during the first inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX82G8
July 24, 2008
The Chicago Cubs Derrek Lee (25) gives a high five to Aramis Ramirez (16) after Lee hit a home run off...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
The Chicago Cubs Derrek Lee gives a high five to Aramis Ramirez after Lee hit a home run in Phoenix
The Chicago Cubs Derrek Lee (25) gives a high five to Aramis Ramirez (16) after Lee hit a home run off of Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Doug Davis during the first inning of their MLB National League baseball game in Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-USA/
RTX7CKE
June 26, 2008
Club Deportivo Guadalajara's Juan Ocampo kicks the ball towards the goal against the New York Red Bulls...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
Club Deportivo Guadalajara's Ocampo kicks ball towards goal against New York Red Bulls during their friendly...
Club Deportivo Guadalajara's Juan Ocampo kicks the ball towards the goal against the New York Red Bulls during their friendly soccer match in Glendale, Arizona June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-USA/
RTX7CK5
June 26, 2008
The New York Red Bulls John Gilkerson (L) heads the ball while Club Deportivo Guadalajara Javier Hernandez...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
New York Red Bulls Gilkerson heads the ball while Club Deportivo Guadalajara Hernandez defends during...
The New York Red Bulls John Gilkerson (L) heads the ball while Club Deportivo Guadalajara Javier Hernandez (R) defends during their friendly soccer match in Glendale, Arizona June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-USA/
RTX7CK2
June 26, 2008
The New York Red Bulls captain Seth Stammler leaves the field after he was given a red card during their...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
New York Red Bulls captain Stammler leaves the field after he was given red card during their friendly...
The New York Red Bulls captain Seth Stammler leaves the field after he was given a red card during their friendly soccer match in Glendale, Arizona June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-USA/
RTX7CK0
June 26, 2008
The New York Red Bulls Andrew Boyens (L) and Club Deportivo Guadalajara Antonio Salazar (R) battle for...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
New York Red Bulls Boyens and Club Deportivo Guadalajara Salazar battle for control of ball during their...
The New York Red Bulls Andrew Boyens (L) and Club Deportivo Guadalajara Antonio Salazar (R) battle for control of the ball during their friendly soccer match in Glendale, Arizona, June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-USA/
RTX7CJR
June 26, 2008
The New York Red Bulls Oscar Echeverry (20) heads the ball while Club Deportivo Guadalajara Javier Ledezma...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
New York Red Bulls Echeverry heads ball while Club Deportivo Guadalajara Ledezma defends during their...
The New York Red Bulls Oscar Echeverry (20) heads the ball while Club Deportivo Guadalajara Javier Ledezma (2) defends during their friendly soccer match in Glendale, Arizona June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-USA/
RTX7CJQ
June 26, 2008
The New York Red Bulls Oscar Echeverry is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal against Club...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
New York Red Bulls Echeverry is congratulated by teammates after scoring goal against Club Deportivo...
The New York Red Bulls Oscar Echeverry is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal against Club Deportivo Guadalajara during a soccer friendly match in Glendale, Arizona June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/MINNOWS
RTX6U3Q
June 12, 2008
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, examines the water for mosquito larvae before releasing...
Chandler, UNITED STATES
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, examines the water for mosquito larvae before releasing...
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, examines the water for mosquito larvae before releasing mosquito fish into the pool, in Chandler, Arizona, June 11, 2008. Authorities in Arizona are stepping up a program to put mosquito-gobbling minnows into the stagnant pools of foreclosed or abandoned homes to prevent an outbreak of West Nile virus. Picture taken June 11, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/MINNOWS
RTX6U3J
June 12, 2008
Mosquito fish swim in the water of an algae-infested pool in Chandler, Arizona, June 11, 2008. Authorities...
Chandler, UNITED STATES
Mosquito fish swim in the water of an algae-infested pool in Chandler
Mosquito fish swim in the water of an algae-infested pool in Chandler, Arizona, June 11, 2008. Authorities in Arizona are stepping up a program to put mosquito-gobbling minnows into the stagnant pools of foreclosed or abandoned homes to prevent an outbreak of West Nile virus. Picture taken June 11, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/MINNOWS
RTX6U3I
June 12, 2008
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, poses with bags of mosquito fish before they are released...
Chandler, UNITED STATES
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, poses with bags of mosquito fish before they are released...
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, poses with bags of mosquito fish before they are released into a pool in Chandler, Arizona, June 11, 2008. Authorities in Arizona are stepping up a program to put mosquito-gobbling minnows into the stagnant pools of foreclosed or abandoned homes to prevent an outbreak of West Nile virus. Picture taken June 11, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/MINNOWS
RTX6U3A
June 12, 2008
Mosquito fish are seen in a plastic bag before they are released into an algae-infested swimming pool...
Chandler, UNITED STATES
Mosquito fish are seen in a plastic bag before they are released into an algae-infested swimming pool...
Mosquito fish are seen in a plastic bag before they are released into an algae-infested swimming pool in Chandler, Arizona, June 11, 2008. Authorities in Arizona are stepping up a program to put mosquito-gobbling minnows into the stagnant pools of foreclosed or abandoned homes to prevent an outbreak of West Nile virus. Picture taken June 11, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/MINNOWS
RTX6U35
June 12, 2008
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, releases mosquito fish into a pool in Chandler, Arizona,...
Chandler, UNITED STATES
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, releases mosquito fish into a pool in Chandler
Daniel Anderson, a code enforcement manager, releases mosquito fish into a pool in Chandler, Arizona, June 11, 2008. Authorities in Arizona are stepping up a program to put mosquito-gobbling minnows into the stagnant pools of foreclosed or abandoned homes to prevent an outbreak of West Nile virus. Picture taken June 11, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX662X
May 26, 2008
Kevin Woodcook uses a computer in his home in the Binaziz community near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008....
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
Kevin Woodcook uses a computer in his home in the Binaziz community near Bisbee, Arizona
Kevin Woodcook uses a computer in his home in the Binaziz community near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. Power generated from wind turbines and solar panels allows internet access via satellite service. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX662W
May 26, 2008
Kevin Woodcook watches television while architect Todd Bogatay (rear) puts a meal in the microwave at...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Kevin Woodcook watches television while architect Todd Bogatay (rear) puts a meal in the microwave at their home in the Binaziz community near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX662A
May 26, 2008
Architect Todd Bogatay points to an inverter that converts the power stored in the deep cycle solar batteries...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Architect Todd Bogatay points to an inverter that converts the power stored in the deep cycle solar batteries (on shelves) from 24 volt DC current to 110 AC current at his home in Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX6621
May 26, 2008
A television running on power generated from wind turbines and solar panels is seen in a home in the...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
A television running on power generated from wind turbines and solar panels is seen in a home in the Binaziz community developed by architect Todd Bogatay near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX661Z
May 26, 2008
Architect Todd Bogatay walks to the front door of the house he named "BZ" in the Binaziz community near...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Architect Todd Bogatay walks to the front door of the house he named "BZ" in the Binaziz community near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. Dual pane skylights are used to reduce electricity use for lighting. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX661V
May 26, 2008
A solar panel box that generates electricity to power the electric fence used to keep cattle away from...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
A solar panel box that generates electricity to power the electric fence used to keep cattle away from the homes in the Binaziz community is seen near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For architect Todd Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX661U
May 26, 2008
Architect Todd Bogatay walks between panels on the roof of his home near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008....
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Architect Todd Bogatay walks between panels on the roof of his home near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX661R
May 26, 2008
Architect Todd Bogatay stands near a water storage tank next to his home in the Binaziz community he...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Architect Todd Bogatay stands near a water storage tank next to his home in the Binaziz community he developed near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX661N
May 26, 2008
Architect Todd Bogatay walks on the roof of the "Turtle House" in his Binaziz community near Bisbee,...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Architect Todd Bogatay walks on the roof of the "Turtle House" in his Binaziz community near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. The rolling roof line acts as a river for rain water to flow into collection barrels. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX661J
May 26, 2008
Architect Todd Bogatay looks at a wind turbine as it spins generating electricity for one of the homes...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Architect Todd Bogatay looks at a wind turbine as it spins generating electricity for one of the homes he built, named "BZ," near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX661F
May 26, 2008
One of the homes built by architect Todd Bogatay, named "BZ," sits on a hillside near Bisbee, Arizona,...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
One of the homes built by architect Todd Bogatay, named "BZ," sits on a hillside near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. The house uses electricity generated from a wind turbine to power lights and appliances and solar panels on the smaller structure (a greenhouse) are used to heat water. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX6619
May 26, 2008
Todd Bogatay walks in the greenhouse at his home named "BZ", in his "off-grid" development Binaziz near...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
Todd Bogatay walks in the greenhouse at his home named "BZ", in his "off-grid" development Binaziz near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
ENERGY/OFFGRID
RTX6615
May 26, 2008
A view of a greenhouse with a solar panel attached for heating water, which architect Todd Bogatay constructed...
BISBEE, UNITED STATES
To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID
A view of a greenhouse with a solar panel attached for heating water, which architect Todd Bogatay constructed from discarded windows found at the Phelps Dodge copper mine and rebuilt with dual pane glass, near Bisbee, Arizona, May 14, 2008. With energy prices going through the roof, an alternative lifestyle powered by solar panels and wind turbines has suddenly become more appealing to some. For Bogatay, it has been reality for years. He is surrounded by 15 neighbors who, like him, live off the electricity grid, with power from solar panels and wind turbines that he either built or helped to install. Picture taken May 14, 2008. To match feature ENERGY/OFFGRID REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63GL
May 23, 2008
Articles and product literature are placed on a table to be read during a Taser party at the home of...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Articles and product literature are placed on table to be read during a Taser party at the home of Dana...
Articles and product literature are placed on a table to be read during a Taser party at the home of Dana Shafman in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63GK
May 23, 2008
Taser products are displayed on the dining room table during a Taser party at the home of Dana Shafman...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Taser products are displayed on the dining room table during a Taser party at the home of Dana Shielder...
Taser products are displayed on the dining room table during a Taser party at the home of Dana Shafman in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63GJ
May 23, 2008
Guests listen to a instructional lesson on the use of a Taser C2 stun device during a Taser party in...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Guests listen to a instructional lesson on the use of a Taser C2 stun device during a Taser party in...
Guests listen to a instructional lesson on the use of a Taser C2 stun device during a Taser party in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63GH
May 23, 2008
Peter Cosovich (L) instructs Bonnie Anderson (C) on the proper gripping of a Taser C2 stun device as...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Peter Cosovich instructs Bonnie Anderson on the proper gripping of a Taser C2 stun device as Ian Quaranta...
Peter Cosovich (L) instructs Bonnie Anderson (C) on the proper gripping of a Taser C2 stun device as Ian Quaranta (R) watches during a Taser party in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63GG
May 23, 2008
Jason Richmond holds one of the metal probes contained in the firing cartridge of a Taser stun device...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Jason Richmond holds one of the metal probes contained in the firing cartridge of a Taser stun device...
Jason Richmond holds one of the metal probes contained in the firing cartridge of a Taser stun device during a Taser party in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. Lisa Cosovich (L) was one of the guests at the party. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63GE
May 23, 2008
(L-R) Harry Saxen, Ben Carmody, and Dan Coury listen to self-defense instructor Danny Kessler during...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Men listen to self-defense instructor Danny Kessler during a Taser party at the home of Dana Shielder...
(L-R) Harry Saxen, Ben Carmody, and Dan Coury listen to self-defense instructor Danny Kessler during a Taser party at the home of Dana Shafman (background, right) in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63GC
May 23, 2008
Dana Shafman (L) instructs Marjorie Bergman, of Scottsdale, on the proper gripping of a Taser before...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Dana Shafman instructs Marjorie Bergman, of Scottsdale, on the proper gripping of a Taser before Bergman...
Dana Shafman (L) instructs Marjorie Bergman, of Scottsdale, on the proper gripping of a Taser before Bergman fires the stun device at a target during a Taser party at Shafman's home in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX63G9
May 23, 2008
Dana Shafman (L) instructs Marjorie Bergman, of Scottsdale, on the proper gripping of a Taser before...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Shafman instructs Marjorie Bergman, of Scottsdale, on the proper gripping of a Taser before Bergman fires...
Dana Shafman (L) instructs Marjorie Bergman, of Scottsdale, on the proper gripping of a Taser before Bergman fires the stun device at a target during a Taser party at Shahfman's home in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. Home sales parties began with Tupperware, cleaning products and lingerie, although the latest shocking trend blazing a trail in the United States is Tasers. Picture taken May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX6314
May 23, 2008
A TASER C2, spent cartridges and the probes that are attached to the insulated conductive wires fired...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Life! TASER-PARTIES/
A TASER C2, spent cartridges and the probes that are attached to the insulated conductive wires fired from the stun device lie on the dining room table after being fired during a TASER party at the home of Dana Shielder in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. To match Reuters Life! TASER-PARTIES/ REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
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May 23, 2008
Marjorie Bergman (L), of Scottsdale, fires a TASER while Dana Shielder (R) watches during a TASER party...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
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Marjorie Bergman (L), of Scottsdale, fires a TASER while Dana Shielder (R) watches during a TASER party at Shielder's home in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. To match Reuters Life! TASER-PARTIES/ REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX630N
May 23, 2008
Jason Richmond, of Tempe, Arizona, fires a TASER C2 stun device at a target during a TASER party in Phoenix,...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
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Jason Richmond, of Tempe, Arizona, fires a TASER C2 stun device at a target during a TASER party in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. To match Reuters Life! TASER-PARTIES/ REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
TASER-PARTIES/
RTX630H
May 23, 2008
Maricopa County Sheriff's detention officer Ian Quaranta (L) talks to guests about safety and proper...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Life! TASER-PARTIES/
Maricopa County Sheriff's detention officer Ian Quaranta (L) talks to guests about safety and proper use of the stun device during a TASER party at Dana Shielder's (R) home in Phoenix, Arizona, May 22, 2008. To match Reuters Life! TASER-PARTIES/ REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
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May 20, 2008
Rounds of domestically made .223 caliber ammunition lie on a shooting target at Lynn Kartchner's gun...
Douglas, UNITED STATES
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Rounds of domestically made .223 caliber ammunition lie on a shooting target at Lynn Kartchner's gun shop in Douglas, Arizona May 14, 2008. This caliber is the predominant ammunition used by the U.S. military in weapons such as the AR-15, M-16 and the M-4 rifles according to Kartchner. Kartchner said a box of Russian made .223 caliber has risen from four dollars to eight in a year and a half due to price increases in the materials. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feel the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
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May 20, 2008
Boxes of ammunition sit on the shelf at Jim Newbauer's gun shop in Tombstone, Arizona May 14, 2008. Newbauer...
Tombstone, UNITED STATES
To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO
Boxes of ammunition sit on the shelf at Jim Newbauer's gun shop in Tombstone, Arizona May 14, 2008. Newbauer has raised his price on a box of the .38 caliber ammunition from seven dollars to $17 in the last two years because of the increased cost he has to pay. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feel the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
RTX5XF9
May 20, 2008
Gun shop owner Lynn Kartchner holds a round of Russian made .223 caliber ammunition at his shop in Douglas,...
Douglas, UNITED STATES
To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO
Gun shop owner Lynn Kartchner holds a round of Russian made .223 caliber ammunition at his shop in Douglas, Arizona May 14, 2008. The domestically made version of this round is the predominant ammunition used by the U.S. military and is used in AR-15's, M-16's and M-4 rifles according to Kartchner. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feel the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
RTX5XF8
May 20, 2008
Gun shop owner Jim Newbauer holds a box of .38 caliber ammunition in his shop in Tombstone, Arizona May...
Tombstone, UNITED STATES
To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO
Gun shop owner Jim Newbauer holds a box of .38 caliber ammunition in his shop in Tombstone, Arizona May 14, 2008. Newbauer says the cost of a box of .38 caliber ammunition has more than doubled in price in two years from seven dollars a box to $17. Newbauer's distributor has told him there will be another increase in the price in June. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feel the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
RTX5XF7
May 20, 2008
Gun shop owner Lynn Kartchner labels boxes of .38 caliber ammunition with price stickers in his shop...
Douglas, UNITED STATES
To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO
Gun shop owner Lynn Kartchner labels boxes of .38 caliber ammunition with price stickers in his shop in Douglas, Arizona May 14, 2008. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feel the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
RTX5XF5
May 20, 2008
.38 caliber ammunition is seen at Jim Newbauer's gun shop in Tombstone, Arizona May 14, 2008. Newbauer...
Tombstone, UNITED STATES
To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO
.38 caliber ammunition is seen at Jim Newbauer's gun shop in Tombstone, Arizona May 14, 2008. Newbauer has raised the price of a box of the rounds from seven dollars to $17 in two years due to the increase he has had to pay. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feeling the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
RTX5XET
May 20, 2008
Trays of .38 caliber ammunition lie on the counter at Jim Newbauer's gun shop in Tombstone, Arizona May...
Tombstone, UNITED STATES
To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO
Trays of .38 caliber ammunition lie on the counter at Jim Newbauer's gun shop in Tombstone, Arizona May 14, 2008. Newbauer has raised the price of a box of the rounds from seven dollars to $17 in two years due to the increase he has had to pay. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feel the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
METALS-USA/AMMO
RTX5XES
May 20, 2008
The predominant ammunition used by the U.S. Military, the .223 caliber shell, is shown in Lynn Kartchner's...
Douglas, UNITED STATES
To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO
The predominant ammunition used by the U.S. Military, the .223 caliber shell, is shown in Lynn Kartchner's gun shop in Douglas, Arizona May 14, 2008. It is used in AR-15's, M-16's and M-4's. A box of Russian made .223 caliber was selling for four dollars a box a year and a half ago, today it sells for eight dollars. The domestically made version costs a third more. Millions of shooters, hunters and even lawmen across the United States feel the pinch as sky-high metals prices and demand from wars abroad are driving up the price of bullets. To match feature METALS-USA/AMMO REUTERS/Jeff Topping (UNITED STATES)
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