Photos of the Week (03/05/17)

1) President Donald Trump enters the House Chamber to speak before a joint session of Congress. Photo: Mark Wilson / Getty Images

2) President Trump arrives to deliver his address. Photo: Jim Lo Scalzo / Pool via Reuters

3) President Trump shakes hands with House Speaker Paul Ryan. Photo: Jim Lo Scalzo / AP

4) Maureen Scalia, the widow of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, is recognized during President Trump’s address. Photo: Brendan Smialowski / AFP – Getty Images

5) President Trump and the entire chamber applaud as they look toward Carryn Owens, widow of Navy Seal Ryan Owens. Jim Lo Scalzo / Pool via AP

6) Carryn Owens, center, the widow of fallen Navy Seal William Owens, is recognized during President Trump’s address. Ivanka Trump looks on at right. Owens was killed in last month’s deadly commando raid in Yemen. Photo: Alex Wong / Getty Images

7) Pro-Trump supporters hold rallies across the country partly as a rebuttal to the anti-Trump protests, like this supporter at the “Spirit of America” rally in Denver on Feb. 27, 2017. Photo: Rick Wilking / Reuters

8) A family cheers during a rally in Mandeville, Louisiana. Photo: Shannon Stapleton / Reuters

9) People rally outside the state capitol building in Denver. Photo: Rick Wilking / Reuters

10) Specialists Gregg Maloney, left, and Michael Pistillo wear ashes on their foreheads for Ash Wednesday near the close of trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on March 1. Banks and other financial companies led U.S. stocks sharply higher, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average to close above 21,000 points for the first time. Photo: Richard Drew / AP

11) Israeli soldiers from the Lions of the Jordan battalion take part in a training exercise before being assigned their posts near the West Bank. Photo: Getty Images

12) Debbie Loughridge looks out the window of her living room as she begins to clean up after a tornado destroyed her home in Naplate, Illinois, on March 1. At least six tornadoes touched down in northern Illinois the night before. Photo: Tannen Maury / EPA

13) Firefighters investigate the scene after a single-engine aircraft crashed into a building on Feb. 28 across the Merrimack River from Lawrence Municipal Airport in Methuen, Massachusetts. According to police, the pilot of the home-built plane was killed, while no one in the building was hurt. Photo: Elise Amendola / AP

14) Charred and battered from the forces of atmospheric reentry, the Apollo 11 command module Columbia has been at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. since the museum’s 1976 opening. For the next two years, Columbia will travel 8,000 miles and visit four museums, arriving at the last in time to mark the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing in 2019. Photo: Eric Long / NASM

15) White House adviser Kellyanne Conway checks her phone after taking a photo of President Donald Trump and leaders of historically black universities and colleges in the Oval Office of the White House on Feb. 27, 2017 in Washington. Photos of Conway kneeling on an Oval Office couch with her shoes on sparked an online debate about decorum in the executive mansion. PhotoS: Brendan Smialowski / AFP – Getty Images, and Reuters.

16) One of the The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s trio of two-week-old Malayan tiger cubs in Cincinnati, Ohio. Photo: Getty Images

17) Nanuq, a female polar bear cub, swims in the water at the Mulhouse zoo in France. Photo: Getty Images

18) Actors Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty announce the best picture winner at the 89th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 26, 2017. Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” — not, as it turned out, “La La Land” — won best picture at the Academy Awards in a historic Oscar upset and an unprecedented fiasco that saw one winner swapped for another while the “La La Land” producers were in mid-speech. Photo: LA Times

19) “La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz speaks while holding an Oscar and the winner card before being notified about the mistake. Photo: Mark Ralston / AFP – Getty Images

20) Fred Berger, foreground center, and the cast of “La La Land” mistakenly accept the award for best picture at the Oscars. Photo: AP

21) Jordan Horowitz of “La La Land” speaks with award presenter Warren Beatty and show host Jimmy Kimmel after discovering that “Moonlight” won the Oscar for best picture instead of “La La Land.” Photo: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

22) “La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz holds up the winner card for best picture. His film had been read as the winner, but the actual winner was “Moonlight.” Photo: Getty Images

23) “La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz, with Warren Beatty and host Jimmy Kimmel, after the mistaken announcement that “La La Land” had won. “Moonlight” was the actual best picture winner. Photo: Getty Images

24) The audience is stunned after the best picture award is mistakenly announced for “La La Land” during the 89th Academy Awards. Phoro: Al Seib, LA Times

25) Presenter Warren Beatty and host Jimmy Kimmel  try to explain to the audience how the wrong envelope for best picture was read on stage during the Academy Awards telecast on Feb. 26. In background are “Moonlight” writer/director Barry Jenkins, left and “La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz embracing. Photo: Robert Gauthier, LA Times

26) Accountants for Price Waterhouse Coopers take the correct envelope onto the stage after the best-picture mix-up. Photo: Robert Gauthier, LA Times.

27) The cast and crew of “Moonlight” receives their best picture award after a chaotic mix-up. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

28) One of the colorful moments from Carnival in Brazil. One more. Photos: Getty Images.

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