A Pakistani worker fixes steel for a construction of a bridge in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Thursday, May 1, 2014. Nation-wide rallies have been organized in Pakistan to mark May Day. Participants of the rallies demanded implementation of labor laws and better wages.
Army Sgt. Anthony Peden flanked by his attorney Melinda Ryals wipes tears from his eyes Thursday, May 1, 2014, in Ludowici, Ga., as he listens to an outline of the events of Dec 2011 when he shot and killed teenager Tiffany York in Long County, Ga. Peden was sentenced to life in prison Thursday by a southeast Georgia judge for the December 2011 slayings of 17-year-old Tiffany York and her boyfriend, former soldier Michael Roark.
Paco Fiallo, 39 years old, looks at the camera of a photographer as he earns a living on the street with his face painted as a clown during May Day, in Pamplona northern Spain, Thursday, May 1, 2014. Tens of thousands of workers marked May Day in European cities with a mix of anger and gloom over austerity measures imposed by leaders trying to contain the eurozone's intractable debt crisis.
Survey crews in boats look over tanker cars as workers remove damaged tanker cars along the tracks where several CSX tanker cars carrying crude oil derailed and caught fire along the James River near downtown Lynchburg, Va., Thursday, May 1, 2014. Virginia state officials were still trying Thursday to determine the environmental impact of the train derailment.
Flood waters from the Schuylkill River partially submerge vehicle Thursday, May 1, 2014, Philadelphia. During a nine-hour period that ended early Thursday, Chester County got 6.6 inches of rain, Delaware and Montgomery counties got 5" inches or more and Philadelphia almost 5 inches, the National Weather Service reported. Emergency officials said flooding was reported along the Schuylkill and Brandywine rivers as well as smaller streams and creeks.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen addresses the Independent Community Bankers of America Policy Summit, Thursday, May 1, 2014, in Washington. Yellen said that as it seeks to ensure that the nation's largest banks pose no undue threats to the financial system, the Fed will avoid imposing unnecessary rules on small banks.