St. Louis Cardinals' J.R. Towles (46) reacts after fouling a ball off his foot as New York Yankees catcher Chris Stewart watches in the third inning of a spring training baseball game in Tampa, Fla. Kathy Willens/AP
Flamenco shoes are displayed outside a souvenir shop in the Santa Cruz neighborhood of the Andalusian capital of Seville, Spain. Marcelo del Pozo/Reuters
A member of animal rights group Anima Naturalis with her body painted as a tiger, looks on during a protest for animal rights at Alpujarra Park in Medellin, Colombia. Albeiro Lopera/Reuters
An adult Bald Eage lands at its nest at Lake Lochloosa in Central, Fla. with a large fish for its baby, who is waiting in the foreground. The Bald Eagles can be see over lakes in Florida at this time of year as they raise their young. Eagles depend on fish as a large part of it's diet but also eat mammals and carrion. Phil Sandlin/AP
Chinese hostesses hold on to each other for a group photo outside the Great Hall of the People where a plenary session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference is held in Beijing. China took another step toward completing its leadership handover with the appointment of Yu Zhengsheng to head a top government advisory body. Ng Han Guan/AP
A priest stands in front of Saint Peter's Basilica as a red curtain has been put on the central balcony, called the Loggia of the Blessings, at the Vatican. Roman Catholic Cardinals will begin their conclave inside the Vatican's Sistine Chapel on Tuesday to elect a new pope. Christian Hartmann/Reuters
A wind turbine is pictured in front of the coal power plant 'Scholven' of German utility giant E.ON in Gelsenkirchen. E.ON will hold its annual news conference on Wednesday. Ina Fassbender/Reuters
A father pulls his son on a sled across snow covered grass in Edinburgh, Scotland. David Moir/Reuters
A visitor poses for a portrait during Lisbon Fashion Week in Portugal. Rafael Marchante/Reuters
A Palestinian girl flies a kite to show solidarity with the Japanese, in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip. The event was organized by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to mark the second anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands and set off a nuclear crisis in Japan. Ibraheem Abu Mustafa/Reuters
Turkish gendarmes stand guard outside the courthouse in Silivri near Istanbul, Turkey, March 11, 2013. The trial of nearly 300 people, who are charged with attempting to overthrow Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's Islamist-rooted government, resumed at Silivri prison complex. Murad Sezer/Reuters
A lion stretches early morning at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya. Marko Djurica/Reuters
A house is seen in Camber, in front of Stanley, Falkland Islands. Residents of the Falkland Islands voted on a sovereignty referendum that seeks to counter Argentina's increasingly assertive claim over the British-ruled territory. Marcos Brindicci/Reuters
A woman lights candles during an event for the victims of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami at a park in Tokyo. Japan marked the second anniversary on Monday of a devastating earthquake and tsunami that left nearly 19,000 people dead or missing. Itsuo Inouye/AP
A revision to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure allows law enforcement to hack suspects' computers regardless of jurisdiction. Civil liberties groups worry the change will harm individuals' privacy rights.
The FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and other US government authorities now require only the signature of a single judge to hack criminal suspects' computers and personal devices regardless of where they're located.