Niki Stinson and her son, Mack, bow their heads at home in Oso, Wash. The family's home has become a stopover point for family and friends volunteering to help those affected by the devastating mudslide. (Lindsey Wasson/Seattle Times/MCT)
Zoo Miami's communications director, Ron Magill, captures one of the zoo's flamingos for temporary relocation on the zoo's grounds in Miami Thursday. The zoo plans a new entrance that will include a state-of-the-art home for the birds. (Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald/MCT)
The puck bounces of the Anaheim Ducks' Matt Beleskey, middle, for a second-period goal against the Dallas Stars during Game 1 of the opening round of playoffs at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., Wednesday. (Michael Goulding/Orange County Register/MCT)
Akron Rhinos quad rugby team member Jamal Saxton's hands are duct taped, adhesive side out, to help with gripping the ball during practice at Weaver Learning Center in Tallmadge, Ohio, on January 17, 2014. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT)
Rice helps a healthy diet, according to a new study. California grows short-grain rice, which is starchier than long-grain varieties. About 90 percent of California's 4.5 billion pound crop grows within 100 miles of Sacramento. (Randy Pench/Sacramento Bee/MCT)
Jewish center shootings
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks Thursday at a service in Overland Park, Kan., for victims of Sunday's shooting at a Jewish center. (Tammy Ljunglbad/Kansas City Star/MCT)
Flying to Coachella
Izzy Lawrence, from the United Kingdom, jumps up in the air as she has her picture taken in front of Surf Air's Pilatus PC-12 at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, Calif. Lawrence was taking Surf Air, along with friends, to the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival. As Coachella has become increasingly stratified for those who can pay, the firm wants to take the last egalitarian, unwristbanded part of Coachella -- driving to Indio -- out of the equation, with nonstop private flights from Burbank to an airport nearly directly outside the festival walls. (Gary Friedman/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
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