Models present creations by British designer John Galliano as part of his Fall-Winter 2010/2011 Men's Fashion Show in Paris on Jan. 22. Benoit Tessier/Reuters
Haitians wait in line for food and water distributions as a US Navy helicopter lands in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Jan. 22. Hans Deryk/Reuters
A baby Kirk's Dik Dik antelope stands on a desk in the office of the Chester Zoo's curator of mammals, Tim Rowlands, in England on Friday. The antelope is being hand reared at the zoo after its mother rejected it during the recent cold weather. Phil Noble/Reuters
Mike Schelin rides a motocross bike with his dog Opee, an 8-year-old Blue Merle Australian Shepherd in Perris, Calif. Chris Carlson/AP
A swimmer competes in the World Winter Swimming Championships at Lake Bled in Slovenia, on Jan. 22. More than 700 participants from 19 countries competed in different categories in water close to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters
President Barack Obama answers questions during a town-hall style meeting at Lorain Community College in Elyria, Ohio, on Jan. 22. Charles Dharapak/AP
Abortion-rights activist and National Organization of Women members hold up signs at a demonstration in front of the Supreme Court in Washington during an anti-abortion march. Friday marks the 37th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP
An boy sits on shoulders before the start of the March for Life in Washigton on Jan. 22 as abortion-rights activists demonstrated nearby (not shown). Friday marks the 37th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion. Cliff Owen/AP
A Greenpeace activist dressed as an eggplant, protests against Bt brinjal, a genetically modified (GM) eggplant crop, in Bangalore, India, on Friday. The Indian government is organizing a series of public consultations to decide on the approval of India's first GM crop. Aijaz Rahi/AP
An Israeli border policeman holds tear gas launchers during a protest in the West Bank village of Nabi Salih, near Ramallah, on Jan. 22. Israeli forces used tear gas to disperse a protest staged by Palestinian, Israeli, and international activists over a land dispute with Jewish settlers in the area, witnesses said Friday. Darren Whiteside/Reuters
People in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti walk past burning debris on Jan. 22. Ramon Espinosa/AP
Ice-laden trees and shrubs on a farm are seen on Friday morning atop Ben Mountain in Roanoke County, Va. Stephanie Klein-Davis/The Roanoke Times/AP
Chaz Prymek (l.) from the band Bramble entertains pedestrians on Main Street in Park City Utah as snow falls during the Sundance Film Festival on Friday. Chris Pizzello/AP
Slovenia's Ales Pajovic (c.) attempts to score next to Poland's Mariusz Juraski (r.) during their Men's European Handball Championship Group C match in Inssbruck, Austria, on Friday. Oleg Popov/Reuters
An award-winning director discusses the challenges of making a documentary about a top secret digital weapon. Officials from both countries believed to be responsible for the virus meant to slow Iran's nuclear program won't publicly acknowledge it ever existed.
In his recently released film "Zero Days," award-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney takes on an especially tough challenge: Making a movie about a top secret program that few people will publicly acknowledge ever existed.