A woman plays with an alpaca in a meadow at the Alpaca Land farm in Goeming, near Salzburg, Austria, on Friday. Eighty-seven alpacas live on the Austrian farm, forming the biggest flock in the nation.
Yoko Ono said Chapman might be a danger to her, other family members and perhaps even himself. Yoko Ono said she was trying to be "practical" in asking that he remain behind bars.
Yoko Ono will again oppose the release of Mark David Chapman, who shot and killed John Lennon on December 8, 1980. Yoko Ono says that, if Chapman were released, herself and John's two sons would not feel safe.
The Washington Monument looms behind a flower bed.
Yoko Ono says her next book will be a memoir, to be published in 2015.
An inspiring meditation on art by Michael Kimmelman, chief art critic of the New York Times.
Philip Norman's new bio of John Lennon is a winner.
Yoko Ono’s monument is just the tip of the iceberg on tiny Viðey Island.
The transmission of the Fab Four's 'Across the Universe' to the North Star marks the US space agency's 50th anniversary.