Garmin-Cervelo rider David Zabriskie, in Captain America's suit as the US time trial champion, leads his teammates during the team time trial in the second stage of the Tour de France 2011 cycling race in Les Essarts. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters
Garmin-Cervelo team manager Jonathan Vaughters (black shirt) celebrates on the podium with riders after they won the team time trial second stage of the Tour de France in Les Essarts. Imago Panoramic/Newscom
Garmin-Cervelo rider Tyler Farrar (c.) of the US sprints on the final meters of the third stage of the Tour de France. Denis Balibouse/Reuters
Tyler Farrar of the US celebrates as he crosses the finish line first winning the third stage of the Tour de 2011 France. He signs the letter 'W' to honor his friend Wouter Weylandt who died earlier in the year during the Giro d'Italia bicycle race. Stefano Rellandini/Reuters
Garmin-Cervelo rider Thor Hushovd of Norway gets on the road assistance during stage 3 of the Tour de France. Newscom
British rider David Millar competes in stage 21 of the 2011 Giro d' Italia. David Millar of Garmin-Cervelo won the final stage time trial in Milan. Luk Benies/AFP/Newscom
Garmin-Cervelo rider Thor Hushovd (l.) of Norway leads his teammates during the team time trial in the second stage of the Tour de France 2011 cycling race in Les Essarts on July 3. Stefano Rellandini/Reuters
Garmin-Cervelo Johan Vansummeren of Belgium wins the Paris-Roubaix classic race in April. Newscom
Tyler Farrar during the fifth stage of the Mallorca Challenge in February in Mallorca Spain. Newscom
The Garmin-Cervelo team during stage 1 of the Tirreno Adriatico bicycle race in Tuscany, Italy. Newscom
Council members viewed thousands of ghastly photographs purportedly showing dead Syrian civil war victims. More than 150,000 have died in the war.
Peter James Spielman, Associated Press /
April 15, 2014
The UN Security Council fell silent Tuesday after ambassadors viewed a series of ghastly photographs of dead Syrian civil war victims, France's ambassador said. The pictures showed people who were emaciated, with their bones protruding, and some bearing the marks of strangulation and repeated beatings, and eyes having been gouged out.