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CLIMATE-CHANGE/USA-TRIBES
RTX7CIBL
April 13, 2020
Sonya Hall, a homemaker, and her 11-month-old son Sa'keeli Willis, sit on the sea wall, damaged by storm...
TAHOLAH, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: A U.S. tribe's uphill battle against climate change
Sonya Hall, a homemaker, and her 11-month-old son Sa'keeli Willis, sit on the sea wall, damaged by storm surges and high tides, behind her house on the Quinault Indian Reservation in Taholah, Washington, U.S., March 4, 2020. ''These rocks here, these are fully intact but if you look towards our river, the waves go over them almost every single night, so it goes into our river and then the river overflows and then our streets overflow. Once our streets overflow, it will fill in our homes and then this whole street will be taken and it's possible to happen every time there's a high tide,'' Hall said. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith SEARCH ''QUINAULT CLIMATE CHANGE'' FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH ''WIDER IMAGE'' FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/USA-TRIBES
RTX7CIBJ
April 13, 2020
Sonya Hall, a homemaker, and her 11-month-old son Sa'keeli Willis, sit in the living room of their home,...
TAHOLAH, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: A U.S. tribe's uphill battle against climate change
Sonya Hall, a homemaker, and her 11-month-old son Sa'keeli Willis, sit in the living room of their home, on the Quinault Indian Reservation in Taholah, Washington, U.S. March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith SEARCH ''QUINAULT CLIMATE CHANGE'' FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH ''WIDER IMAGE'' FOR ALL STORIES.
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/NEIGHBORHOOD
RTS2TI0G
October 30, 2019
Ah Bi, a homemaker who grew up in Hong Kong's Wong Tai Sin neighborhood, stands in a black mask outside...
Hong Kong, China
Ah Bi, a homemaker who grew up in Wong Tai Sin, stands in a black mask outside Lung Hing House as she...
Ah Bi, a homemaker who grew up in Hong Kong's Wong Tai Sin neighborhood, stands in a black mask outside Lung Hing House September 18, 2019. Picture taken September 18, 2019. REUTERS/James Pomfret To match Special Report HONGKONG-PROTESTS/NEIGHBORHOOD
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/WATER
RTS2E3JU
March 21, 2019
Homemaker Yuneisy Flores, 31, pours water into a container as a child plays inside a flat on the 4th...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Water is now gold for desperate Venezuelans
Homemaker Yuneisy Flores, 31, pours water into a container as a child plays inside a flat on the 4th floor of an apartment block in Caracas, Venezuela, March 18, 2019. "It's hard, too hard, you can die without water," she said. "We weren't aware of this before. Water now is gold." REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "CONTRERAS WATER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TAIWAN-LGBT/MARRIAGE
RTX373EL
May 22, 2017
Daniel Cho (L), 37, a container ship captain and Chin Tsai, 48, a homemaker, pose for a photograph in...
Taipei, Taiwan
The Wider Image: Anticipating Taiwan's same-sex marriage ruling
Daniel Cho (L), 37, a container ship captain and Chin Tsai, 48, a homemaker, pose for a photograph in Taipei, Taiwan, May 16, 2017. "Daniel relocated to New York for his job, but since the Taiwanese government doesn't recognise our relationship, I can’t apply for a spousal visa to go with him," said Tsai. "If it passes on (Wednesday), we will be the first in line on Thursday morning to the registry of marriages." REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "SIU SAME SEX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
WOMENSDAY/
RTR3G5L0
March 07, 2014
Clare Barrett Butler, 37, and her daughter Lily Barrett McHugh, 11, pose for a photograph outside their...
Ardara, Ireland
Clare Barrett Butler and her daughter Lily Barrett McHugh pose for a photograph outside their house in...
Clare Barrett Butler, 37, and her daughter Lily Barrett McHugh, 11, pose for a photograph outside their house in a small hamlet near the village of Ardara in County Donegal February 27, 2014. Clare says she is a homemaker and a mother, and she is continuing her education with courses at college. Clare says that as a child she wanted to work on the special effects of movies or as a stuntwoman. She says that she would love her daughter Lily to follow her dreams and become a hairdresser. Lily says she thinks she'll stay in education until she is about 20, and she would really like to become a hairdresser. On March 8 activists around the globe celebrate International Women's Day, which dates back to the beginning of the 20th century and has been observed by the United Nations since 1975. The UN writes that it is an occasion to commemorate achievements in women's rights and to call for further change. Picture taken February 27, 2014. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)

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EUROPE/MIDDLECLASS
RTR2UAI4
November 21, 2011
Amelia Thomas (L) and Gonzalo Acha (R) sit with their daughters Beatriz, Leonor and Isabel at their home...
Madrid, Spain
To match Special Report EUROPE/MIDDLECLASS
Amelia Thomas (L) and Gonzalo Acha (R) sit with their daughters Beatriz, Leonor and Isabel at their home in Madrid, November 9, 2010. Gonzalo Acha and Amelia Thomas have eased into the roles the economic crisis has imposed on them: Acha as sole breadwinner with a salary frozen six years running, Thomas as what she calls "creative homemaker". They live with their three young daughters just blocks from Madrid's Puerta de Sol square where the "los indignados" (the indignant) protesting against government spending cuts have regularly gathered. So far, Gonzalo and Amelia have not joined. Picture taken November 9, 2010. To match Special Report EUROPE/MIDDLECLASS REUTERS/Andrea Comas/Files (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
USA/
RTR2DH2B
May 05, 2010
Homemaking expert Martha Stewart arrives as a guest for "Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People...
New York, UNITED STATES
Homemaking expert Martha Stewart arrives for "Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World"...
Homemaking expert Martha Stewart arrives as a guest for "Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World" gala in New York May 4, 2010. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
USA/
RTR2DH29
May 05, 2010
Homemaking expert Martha Stewart arrives as a guest for "Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People...
New York, UNITED STATES
Homemaking expert Martha Stewart arrives for "Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World"...
Homemaking expert Martha Stewart arrives as a guest for "Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World" gala in New York May 4, 2010. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT)
POLAND/
RTXS6R7
April 26, 2010
A stork builds its nest after sunset at Mazurian village Sasek Maly near Szczytno, northern Poland April...
SZCZYTNO, Poland
A stork builds its nest after sunset at Mazurian village Sasek Maly near Szczytno
A stork builds its nest after sunset at Mazurian village Sasek Maly near Szczytno, northern Poland April 26, 2010. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
TAIWAN-VOUCHERS/
RTR23IVM
January 18, 2009
Homemaker Deng Bi-hwa smiles as she holds her consumer vouchers after collecting them in Taipei January...
Taipei, Taiwan
Homemaker Deng smiles as she holds her consumer vouchers after collecting them in Taipei
Homemaker Deng Bi-hwa smiles as she holds her consumer vouchers after collecting them in Taipei January 18, 2009. The Taiwan government distributed consumer vouchers worth 3,600 TWD (around $107) each set to the public on Sunday in a bid to stimulate domestic consumption and invigorate the Taiwanese economy. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-VOUCHERS/
RTR23IVL
January 18, 2009
Homemaker Deng Bi-hwa smiles as she holds her consumer vouchers after collecting them in Taipei January...
Taipei, Taiwan
Homemaker Deng smiles as she holds her consumer vouchers after collecting them in Taipei
Homemaker Deng Bi-hwa smiles as she holds her consumer vouchers after collecting them in Taipei January 18, 2009. The Taiwan government distributed consumer vouchers worth 3,600 TWD (around $107) each set to the public on Sunday in a bid to stimulate domestic consumption and invigorate the Taiwanese economy. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
RTR22FO4
December 10, 2008
Retort pouched curries are displayed at an all 100 yen ($1.07) grocery store in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo,...
Kawasaki, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
Retort pouched curries are displayed at an all 100 yen ($1.07) grocery store in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, December 5, 2008. Japan's homemakers have made an art of living frugally in one of the world's most expensive countries, and they are now pruning spending further as the economy plunges into what could be a long recession. To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
RTR22FO1
December 10, 2008
A woman is seen through the number hundred at an all 100 yen ($1.07) grocery store in Kawasaki, south...
Kawasaki, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
A woman is seen through the number hundred at an all 100 yen ($1.07) grocery store in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, December 5, 2008. Japan's homemakers have made an art of living frugally in one of the world's most expensive countries, and they are now pruning spending further as the economy plunges into what could be a long recession. To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
RTR22FNZ
December 10, 2008
A woman shops at a discount store in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, December 5, 2008. Japan's homemakers have...
Kawasaki, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
A woman shops at a discount store in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, December 5, 2008. Japan's homemakers have made an art of living frugally in one of the world's most expensive countries, and they are now pruning spending further as the economy plunges into what could be a long recession. To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
RTR22FNX
December 10, 2008
A woman buys canned beverages at a discount store in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, December 5, 2008. Japan's...
Kawasaki, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
A woman buys canned beverages at a discount store in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, December 5, 2008. Japan's homemakers have made an art of living frugally in one of the world's most expensive countries, and they are now pruning spending further as the economy plunges into what could be a long recession. To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
RTR22FNT
December 10, 2008
A woman walks out of a grocery store behind a banner reading "all vegetables 98 yen ($1.05) sale" in...
Kawasaki, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES
A woman walks out of a grocery store behind a banner reading "all vegetables 98 yen ($1.05) sale" in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, December 5, 2008. Japan's homemakers have made an art of living frugally in one of the world's most expensive countries, and they are now pruning spending further as the economy plunges into what could be a long recession. To match feature JAPAN-HOUSEWIVES/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
FOOD CROATIA EU
RTR1AIO7
February 06, 2006
A local sausage producer cuts home-made 'kulen', a spicy pork sausage covered in mould, are hung out...
Zagreb, Croatia
To accompany feature Food-Croatia-EU
A local sausage producer cuts home-made 'kulen', a spicy pork sausage covered in mould, are hung out to dry at a smoke-room on a farm in Kutjevo, eastern Croatia February 6, 2006. Say Croatia and most people will think of glorious unspoiled beaches. Some might remember the bloody independence war of the 1990s. Few will think: "Ah, the sausages!"But the country does boast great sausages, cheeses and wines, some found nowhere else in the world. Its Agriculture Ministry wants to register and protect them before enterprising producers abroad hear about them and try to copy them. Picture taken February 6, 2006. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE FOOD-CROATIA-EU REUTERS/ Nikola Solic
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR190XM
October 09, 2005
Pakistani paramilitary staff load relief items for the people from earthquake affected areas during a...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Pakistani paramilitary staff load relief items for the people from earthquake affected areas during a...
Pakistani paramilitary staff load relief items for the people from earthquake affected areas during a relief operation in Peshawar, Pakistan October 9, 2005. The 7.6-magnitude quake that struck Saturday in the mountainous Kashmir region flattened dozens of villages, killing farmers, homemakers, soldiers and schoolgirls, and triggered landslides that blocked rescuers from reaching many devastated areas. REUTERS/Ali Imam
STEWART
RTXNAOH
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart pauses as she addressed her employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart...
New York, USA
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart pauses as she addressed her employees at a gathering at Martha Stewa.....
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart pauses as she addressed her employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal.
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48JW
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart speaks to her employees during a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart speaks to employees on first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart speaks to her employees during a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. Martha Stewart Omnimedia CEO Susan Lyne and Vice Chairman Charles Koppleman are at right front. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48JO
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart holds up an over-sized Christmas card photo that was sent to her by her...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart shows Christmas card on first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart holds up an over-sized Christmas card photo that was sent to her by her employees while she was in prison in 2004 as she addressed employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48J9
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart addresses her employees during a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart speaks to employees on first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart addresses her employees during a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48IX
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart (R) embraces her daughter Alexsis after speaking to her employees at...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart and daughter Alexsis on Stewart's first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart (R) embraces her daughter Alexsis after speaking to her employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48II
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart pauses as she addressed her employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart speaks to employees on first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart pauses as she addressed her employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48GY
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart holds up a knit poncho sweater made for her by a friend while she was...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart shows employees poncho she wore out of prison on first day back at work.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart holds up a knit poncho sweater made for her by a friend while she was in prison that she wore on the day she was released as she addressed employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48DZ
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart speaks to her employees during a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart speaks to employees on first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart speaks to her employees during a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. Martha Stewart Omnimedia CEO Susan Lyne and Vice Chairman Charles Koppleman are at right front. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48DP
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart smiles as she is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart applauded by employees on first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart smiles as she is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to them at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia, March 4th. Stewart is allowed to go to work during the five month home confinement portion of the sentence she received after being found guilty in a federal court last year in a stock scandal. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48CI
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart wipes away tears as she is cheered by her employees after speaking to...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart wipes away tears after speaking to employees on first day back to work.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart wipes away tears as she is cheered by her employees after speaking to them at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her five-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia. Martha Stewart Omnimedia CEO Susan Lyne is at right. Pictures of the Month March 2005 REUTERS/Mike Segar Pictures of the Year 2005 MS
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48BV
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to them at a gathering...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart applauded by employees on first day back at work.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to them at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her five-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/SV
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48BL
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to them at a gathering...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart applauded by employees on first day back at work.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to them at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her five-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/SV
PEOPLE MARTHASTEWART
RTR48AO
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to them at a gathering...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart applauded by employees on first day back at work after prison sentence.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart is cheered by her employees as she arrived to speak to them at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing on her first day back at work following the completion of her five-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia. Martha Stewart Omnimedia CEO Susan Lyne is at right. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/SV
MEDIA MARTHA STEWART
RTR48AF
March 07, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart speaks to employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters...
New York, USA
Martha Stewart speaks to employees on first day back at work.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart speaks to employees at a gathering at Martha Stewart Omnimedia headquarters in New York, March 7, 2005. Stewart was appearing for her first day back at work following the completion of her five-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia. REUTERS/Mike Segar REUTERS MS
CRIME STEWART
RTR3XL0
March 04, 2005
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart (behind driver on right) arrives in a black Sport Utility Vehicle with...
Bedford, USA
Martha Stewart arrives at Bedford New York Estate after being released from prison.
Homemaking maven Martha Stewart (behind driver on right) arrives in a black Sport Utility Vehicle with her daughter Alexsis (back left) and two unidentified men (in front seats) at her Bedford New York estate early on March 4, 2005. Stewart arrived following the completion of her 5-month federal jail sentence at the federal minimum security prison in Alderson, West Virginia. Stewart was released to home confinement after being found guilty in a federal court in a stock scandal. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS/HB
CRIME STEWART
RTR3RLF
March 02, 2005
A roadside view of the main house of the 153-acre estate of homemaking maven Martha Stewart in the town...
Bedford, USA
Bedford New York estate of Martha Stewart who will be released from prison this week.
A roadside view of the main house of the 153-acre estate of homemaking maven Martha Stewart in the town of Bedford, New York, seen in this picture taken March 2, 2005. Stewart will be released from a West Virginia prison on March 4 after serving a five month sentence but will serve another five months of house arrest at the estate which is about 40 miles North of New York city. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
CRIME STEWART
RTR3RL9
March 02, 2005
A roadside view of the main house of the 153-acre estate of homemaking maven Martha Stewart in the town...
Bedford, USA
Bedford New York estate of Martha Stewart who will be released from prison this week.
A roadside view of the main house of the 153-acre estate of homemaking maven Martha Stewart in the town of Bedford, New York, seen in this picture taken March 2, 2005. Stewart will be released from a West Virginia prison on March 4 after serving a five month sentence but will serve another five months of house arrest at the estate which is about 40 miles North of New York city. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
BACANOVIC
RTXMREG
July 16, 2004
Peter Bacanovic (C), [Martha Stewart's] former stockbroker, departs federal court in New York July 16,...
New York, USA
Peter Bacanovic (C), [Martha Stewart's] former stockbroker, departs federal court in New York July 1.....
Peter Bacanovic (C), [Martha Stewart's] former stockbroker, departs federal court in New York July 16, 2004. [Celebrity homemaker Martha Stewart was sentenced on Friday to five months in federal prison and five months of house arrest, the minimum punishment allowed by law, for lying about a suspicious stock sale. Her former stockbroker Bacanovic, drew the same term for conspiring with her.]
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTR6Q5L
July 16, 2004
Peter Bacanovic (2nd L), Martha Stewart's former stockbroker, departs federal court alongside his lawyers...
New York
FORMER STOCKBROKER PETER BACANOVIC DEPARTS FEDERAL COURT AFTER BEING SENTENCED IN NEW YORK.
Peter Bacanovic (2nd L), Martha Stewart's former stockbroker, departs federal court alongside his lawyers in New York July 16, 2004. Celebrity homemaker Martha Stewart was sentenced on Friday to five months in federal prison and five months of house arrest, the minimum punishment allowed by law, for lying about a suspicious stock sale. Her former stockbroker Bacanovic, drew the same term for conspiring with her. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTR6Q5F
July 16, 2004
Peter Bacanovic (C), Martha Stewart's former stockbroker, departs federal court in New York July 16,...
New York
FORMER STOCKBROKER PETER BACANOVIC DEPARTS FEDERAL COURT AFTER BEING SENTENCED IN NEW YORK.
Peter Bacanovic (C), Martha Stewart's former stockbroker, departs federal court in New York July 16, 2004. Celebrity homemaker Martha Stewart was sentenced on Friday to five months in federal prison and five months of house arrest, the minimum punishment allowed by law, for lying about a suspicious stock sale. Her former stockbroker Bacanovic, drew the same term for conspiring with her. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTR6Q5A
July 16, 2004
Peter Bacanovic (C), Martha Stewart's former stockbroker, departs federal court in New York July 16,...
New York
FORMER STOCKBROKER PETER BACANOVIC DEPARTS FEDERAL COURT AFTER BEING SENTENCED IN NEW YORK.
Peter Bacanovic (C), Martha Stewart's former stockbroker, departs federal court in New York July 16, 2004. Celebrity homemaker Martha Stewart was sentenced on Friday to five months in federal prison and five months of house arrest, the minimum punishment allowed by law, for lying about a suspicious stock sale. Her former stockbroker Bacanovic, drew the same term for conspiring with her. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton CME/GN
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTREHN3
March 05, 2004
Business woman Martha Stewart arrives at federal court in New York City on March 5, 2004. A federal jury...
New York, USA
STEWART ARRIVES AT FEDERAL COURT IN NEW YORK CITY.
Business woman Martha Stewart arrives at federal court in New York City on March 5, 2004. A federal jury failed to reach a verdict in a second day of deliberations on March 4 in the conspiracy trial of the celebrity homemaker and spent time poring over evidence against her former broker. REUTERS/Peter Morgan PM
CRIME WOMEN
RTR53WV
March 05, 2004
File photo of Karen Patton Seymour, lead prosecutor in celebrity homemaker Martha Stewart's criminal...
New York, USA
FILE PHOTO OF PROSECUTOR KAREN PATTON SEYMOUR OUTSIDE COURT AFTER STEWART VERDICT.
File photo of Karen Patton Seymour, lead prosecutor in celebrity homemaker Martha Stewart's criminal case, speaking to reporters at the end of the trial in New York on March 5, 2004. The Stewart case, with females holding top roles as defendant, chief prosecutor and judge, underscores just how far women have come in the worlds of business and law and also flags a troubling oddity in the field of white collar crime: the defense attorney in the limelight is male. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen/FEATURE/CRIME-WOMEN PM/GN
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTREFLG
March 04, 2004
Peter Bacanovic, Martha Stewart 's former stockbroker, leaves a federal court in New York, March 4, 2004....
New York
MARTHA STEWARTS STOCKBROKER PETER BACANOVIC EXITS COURT IN NEW YORK.
Peter Bacanovic, Martha Stewart 's former stockbroker, leaves a federal court in New York, March 4, 2004. A federal jury failed to reach a verdict in a second day of deliberations on Thursday in the conspiracy trial of the celebrity homemaker and spent time looking over evidence against her former broker. The jury deciding if Stewart and former Merrill Lynch stock broker Bacanovic lied about a suspicious sale of ImClone Systems Inc.stock made several requests to view telephone records and testimony he gave to investigators. REUTERS/Chip East CME
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTREFL9
March 04, 2004
Martha Stewart departs federal court in New York, March 4, 2004. A federal jury failed to reach a verdict...
New York
MARTHA STEWART LEAVES FEDERAL COURT IN NEW YORK ON SECOND DAY OF DELIBERATIONS.
Martha Stewart departs federal court in New York, March 4, 2004. A federal jury failed to reach a verdict in a second day of deliberations on Thursday in the conspiracy trial of the celebrity homemaker and spent time looking over evidence against her former broker. The jury deciding if Stewart and former Merrill Lynch stock broker Peter Bacanovic lied about a suspicious sale of ImClone Systems Inc.stock made several requests to view telephone records and testimony he gave to investigators. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTREFL0
March 04, 2004
Martha Stewart departs federal court in New York, March 4, 2004. A federal jury failed to reach a verdict...
New York
MARTHA STEWART LEAVES FEDERAL COURT IN NEW YORK ON SECOND DAY OF DELIBERATIONS.
Martha Stewart departs federal court in New York, March 4, 2004. A federal jury failed to reach a verdict in a second day of deliberations on Thursday in the conspiracy trial of the celebrity homemaker and spent time looking over evidence against her former broker. The jury deciding if Stewart and former Merrill Lynch stock broker Peter Bacanovic lied about a suspicious sale of ImClone Systems Inc.stock made several requests to view telephone records and testimony he gave to investigators. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
CRIME MARTHASTEWART
RTRE8NY
March 02, 2004
Business woman Martha Stewart leaves federal court in New York City, after a day of closing arguments...
New York, United States of America
MARTHA STEWART LEAVES FEDERAL COURT IN NEW YORK.
Business woman Martha Stewart leaves federal court in New York City, after a day of closing arguments by her lawyers, March 2, 2004. Stewart's defense attorney dramatically conceded on Tuesday that the celebrity homemaker received a secret stock tip but argued she was too smart to botch the cover-up as she is charged. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC/SV
WAKSAL
RTXLG14
August 12, 2002
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal makes a statement to the media following his...
New York, USA
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal makes a statement to the media following h.....
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal makes a statement to the media following his arraingment on banking and securities fraud charges, outside Federal Court in Manhattan August 12, 2002. [Waksal pleaded not guilty of the charges in a 13-count indictment of obstruction of justice, bank fraud and expanded securities wrongdoings in an insider trading probe that threatens to catch homemaking guru Martha Stewart in it's net.]
CRIME WAKSAL
RTR8VMU
August 12, 2002
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal (C) is
escorted through a crush of media by...
New York, United States of America
FORMER IMCLONE SYSTEMS CEO SAMUEL WAKSAL AT FEDERAL COURT.
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal (C) is
escorted through a crush of media by his publicist Gerald McKelvy (R)
and his attorney Mark Pomerantz (back L) following Waksal's arraignment
at Federal Court in Manhattan August 12, 2002. Waksal pleaded not
guilty to a 13-count indictment on banking and securities fraud charges
in an insider trading probe that threatens to catch homemaking guru
Martha Stewart in it's net. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/MMR
CRIME WAKSAL
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August 12, 2002
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal (L) is
escorted through a crush of media by...
New York, United States of America
FORMER IMCLONE SYSTEMS CEO SAMUEL WAKSAL ARRIVES FOR ARRAIGNMENT.
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal (L) is
escorted through a crush of media by his publicist Gerald McKelvy (R)
as Waksal arrives for his arraignment at Federal Court in Manhattan
August 12, 2002. Waksal pleaded not guilty to banking and securities
fraud charges in an insider trading probe that threatens to catch
homemaking guru Martha Stewart in it's net. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/MMR
CRIME WAKSAL
RTR8VLE
August 12, 2002
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal lowers his
head as he leaves Federal Court...
New York, USA
FORMER IMCLONE SYSTEMS CEO SAMUEL WAKSAL LEAVES COURT.
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal lowers his
head as he leaves Federal Court in New York City, following his
arraingment on banking and securities fraud charges August 12, 2002.
Waksal pleaded not guilty of the charges in a 13-count indictment of
obstruction of justice, bank fraud and expanded securities wrongdoings
in an insider trading probe that threatens to catch homemaking guru
Martha Stewart in its net. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/CRB
CRIME WAKSAL
RTR8VKQ
August 12, 2002
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal make
statement to the media following his...
New York, United States of America
FORMER IMCLONE SYSTEMS CEO SAMUEL WAKSAL SPEAKS TO MEDIA.
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal make
statement to the media following his arraingment on banking and
securities fraud charges at Federal Court in Manhattan, August 12,
2002. Waksal pleaded not guilty of the charges in a 13-count indictment
of obstruction of justice, bank fraud and expanded securities
wrongdoings, in an insider trading probe that threatens to catch
homemaking guru Martha Stewart in it's net. One of Waksal's attorneys
Lewis Liman looks on (R). REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS
CRIME WAKSAL
RTR8VK8
August 12, 2002
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal lowers his
head as he leaves Federal Court...
New York, United States of America
FORMER IMCLONE SYSTEMS CEO SAMUEL WAKSAL LEAVES COURT.
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal lowers his
head as he leaves Federal Court in New York City, following his
arraingment on banking and securities fraud charges August 12, 2002.
Waksal pleaded not guilty of the charges in a 13-count indictment of
obstruction of justice, bank fraud and expanded securities wrongdoings
in an insider trading probe that threatens to catch homemaking guru
Martha Stewart in it's net. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS
CRIME WAKSAL
RTR8VJS
August 12, 2002
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal makes a
statement to the media following his...
New York, United States of America
FORMER IMCLONE SYSTEMS CEO SAMUEL WAKSAL SPEAKS TO MEDIA.
Former ImClone Systems Inc. Chief Executive Samuel Waksal makes a
statement to the media following his arraingment on banking and
securities fraud charges, outside Federal Court in Manhattan August 12,
2002. Waksal pleaded not guilty of the charges in a 13-count indictment
of obstruction of justice, bank fraud and expanded securities
wrongdoings in an insider trading probe that threatens to catch
homemaking guru Martha Stewart in it's net. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS
RTR34S0
March 31, 2002
Tourists and local visitors are going through a big pile of eggs while
shopping for hand painted easter...
Slovakia
TOURISTS CHECK AND BUY PAINTED EASTER EGGS AT MUSEUM OF SLOVAK
VILAGGE IN SLOVAKIA.
Tourists and local visitors are going through a big pile of eggs while
shopping for hand painted easter eggs painted by a local homemaker
displayed for sale at the grounds of museum of "Liptov's village" near
the easter Slovak village of Pribilina on Easter Sunday March
31,2002.For the most Slavic countries hand painted eggs are used as a
symbol of Easter.

NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Joe Klamar
CRIME MOTHER
RTR5YG
January 07, 2002
Russell Yates, husband of Andrea Yates, is surrounded by reporters
January 7, 2002 as he enters the...
Houston, United States of America
ANDREA YATES HUSBAND RUSSELL YATES ENTERS COURTS BUILDING IN FIRST DAY
OF JURY SELECTION.
Russell Yates, husband of Andrea Yates, is surrounded by reporters
January 7, 2002 as he enters the Criminal Courts building in downtown
Houston on the first day of jury selection in the capital murder trial
of the Clear Lake mother who drowned her five children in the family
bathtub. State District Judge Belinda Hill will oversee the process of
seating a 12-member jury to hear the capital murder case against Andrea
Yates, a former nurse and homemaker who could face a sentence of death
by lethal injection if convicted. REUTERS/Richard Carson

RJC/MMR
CRIME MOTHER
RTR5XM
January 07, 2002
Andrea Yates defense attorney George Parnham (C) is surrounded by
reporters January 7, 2002 as he enters...
Houston, United States of America
ANDREA YATES DEFENSE ATTORNEY GEORGE PARNHAM ENTERS COURT BUILDING.
Andrea Yates defense attorney George Parnham (C) is surrounded by
reporters January 7, 2002 as he enters the Criminal Courts building in
downtown Houston on the first day of jury selection in the capital
murder trial of the Clear Lake mother who drowned her five children in
the family bathtub. State District Judge Belinda Hill will oversee the
process of seating a 12-member jury to hear the capital murder case
against Andrea Yates, a former nurse and homemaker who could face a
sentence of death by lethal injection if convicted. REUTERS/Richard
Carson

RJC/MMR
CRIME MOTHER
RTR5XI
January 07, 2002
Jutta Kennedy (R) mother of Andrea Yates, is followed by reporters
January 7, 2002, as she enters the...
Houston, United States of America
ANDREA YATES MOTHER JUTTA KENNEDY ENTERS COURTS BUILDING IN FIRST DAY
OF JURY SELECTION.
Jutta Kennedy (R) mother of Andrea Yates, is followed by reporters
January 7, 2002, as she enters the Criminal Courts building in downtown
Houston on the first day of jury selection in the capital murder trial
of the Clear Lake mother who drowned her five children in the family
bathtub. State District Judge Belinda Hill will oversee the process of
seating a 12-member jury to hear the capital murder case against Andrea
Yates, a former nurse and homemaker who could face a sentence of death
by lethal injection if convicted. REUTERS/Richard Carson

RJC/MMR
RTR5X8
January 07, 2002
Russell Yates, husband of accused child killer Andrea Yates, enters the
Criminal Courts building in...
Houston, United States of America
ANDREA YATES HUSBAND RUSSELL YATES ENTERS COURTS BUILDING IN FIRST DAY
OF JURY SELECTION.
Russell Yates, husband of accused child killer Andrea Yates, enters the
Criminal Courts building in downtown Houston January 7, 2002 on the
first day of jury selection in the capital murder trial of the Clear
Lake mother who drowned her five children in the family bathtub. State
District Judge Belinda Hill will oversee the process of seating a
12-member jury to hear the capital murder case against Andrea Yates, a
former nurse and homemaker who could face a sentence of death by lethal
injection if convicted. REUTERS/Richard Carson

RJC/MMR
CRIME MOTHER
RTR5VH
January 07, 2002
Lawyers begin January 7, 2002 the intricate and lengthy process of
selecting a jury to decide the fate...
Houston, United States of America
FILE PHOTO OF ANDREA YATES WHO KILLED FIVE CHILDREN.
Lawyers begin January 7, 2002 the intricate and lengthy process of
selecting a jury to decide the fate of a Houston mother who drowned her
five small children in the family bathtub last summer. State District
Judge Belinda Hill will oversee the process of seating a 12-member jury
to hear the capital murder case against Andrea Yates, a former nurse
and homemaker who could face a sentence of death by lethal injection if
convicted. Yates, 37, already has pleaded not guilty by reason of
insanity to the two counts of capital murder against her, for which
prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. Yates is shown during a June
22, 2002 court hearing in a file photo. REUTERS/Richard Carson/Files

ME
RTROKK
September 17, 1996
North Korean junior-high school students concentrate as they use 1950's sewing machines during a homemaking...
NORTH KOREAN STUDENTS USE SEWING MACHINES
North Korean junior-high school students concentrate as they use 1950's sewing machines during a homemaking lesson at Korean school in Rajin city September 14. The 900 students at the school in the Rajin Sonbong free trade zone are between 11 and 16 years old.

NORTH KOREA-FORUM
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