Secret Service agents keep a watchful eye during an Obama campaign stop.
The statue that greets visitors to the Chrysler Museum, Los Portadores de la Antorcha ("The Torch Bearers") by artist Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington, is pictured as the sun sets in Norfolk, Va.
The Blue Angels perfom during an air show in Virginia Beach, Va.
Bryson Balk, 4, sits atop his uncles shoulders while watching a group of skydivers.
Tom Schlosser looks for his wife before the start of the Susan G. Komen breast cancer awareness half-marathon.
President George Bush speaks at the christiing of his father's namesake aircraft carrier, the USS George H.W. Bush.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney stumps in Des Moines, Ia.
Presdient Bill Clinton stumps on behalf of current president Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama greets supporters after a campaign event in Springfield, Illinois.
A couple finds warmth under a blanket during an unseasonably cool autumn day during a football game.
Terrell Dwyer, 9, yelled "I'm the king of the world" as his sister Catherine Dwyer, left, shielded her eyes from the pounding surf brought by Hurricane Sandy along the Virginia coastline, Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 in Virginia Beach, Va.
Hank Garrison drags his oyster net from the shores of the James River.
A blur motion technique is used to capture the ferris wheel at Suffolk's Peanut Fest.
Members of Norfolk Fire-Rescue pull a man from his car that was stranded due to flooding, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015 in Norfolk, Va. (AP Photo/Jason Hirschfeld)
Air Force One sits on the tarmac at Andrews Air Force Base.
4th of July fireworks are seen from the Iwo Jima memorial in Arlington.
Deacon Dickens waits his turn to give the invocation at the Christ & St. Luke's Christmas celebration.
A woman walks in a snowy Central Park in NYC.
A pitcher makes his way to the Atlanta Braves spring training complex in the early morning fog in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015 in Norfolk, Va.
Some 20,000 people filled the Virginia Tech drillfield for a candle light vigil after the Virginia Tech Massacre, the biggest shooting in U.S. history.