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              FILE - In this May 5, 2013 file photo, actor Reeve Carney attends a special screening of "The Great Gatsby" in New York. Carney, who has been playing the musical's title character and h

    FILE - In this May 5, 2013 file photo, actor Reeve Carney attends a special screening of "The Great Gatsby" in New York. Carney, who has been playing the musical's title character and h

    Posted: 7/30/2013 12:19:15 PM EST
    FILE - In this May 5, 2013 file photo, actor Reeve Carney attends a special screening of "The Great Gatsby" in New York. Carney, who has been playing the musical's title character and his alter ego Peter Parker since the show began previews in late 2010, is leaving Sept. 15 and two casting calls will be held to find his replacement as well as a future Mary Jane. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)
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              Samuel H. Sloan sits for a portrait in New York on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Samuel H. Sloan was the last nonlawyer to argue before the Supreme Court representing himself in 1978 in a la

    Samuel H. Sloan sits for a portrait in New York on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Samuel H. Sloan was the last nonlawyer to argue before the Supreme Court representing himself in 1978 in a la

    Posted: 7/1/2013 5:24:21 AM EST
    Samuel H. Sloan sits for a portrait in New York on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Samuel H. Sloan was the last nonlawyer to argue before the Supreme Court representing himself in 1978 in a lawsuit involving stock trading. Sloan says he interviewed several lawyers who volunteered to represent him for free, just for the prestige of appearing before the court, but he decided to handle the job himself. "It wasn't on an ego thing or anything like that," he said recently. "I wanted to win the case. I was convinced I couldn't win the case in any other way but to argue my own case." He won 9-0. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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              FILE - In this Jan. 21, 2013 file photo, Algerian firemen carry a coffin containing the body of a person killed during the gas facility hostage situation at the morgue in Ain Amenas, Al

    FILE - In this Jan. 21, 2013 file photo, Algerian firemen carry a coffin containing the body of a person killed during the gas facility hostage situation at the morgue in Ain Amenas, Al

    Posted: 5/28/2013 4:02:31 PM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 21, 2013 file photo, Algerian firemen carry a coffin containing the body of a person killed during the gas facility hostage situation at the morgue in Ain Amenas, Algeria. In an Oct. 3, 2012 internal al-Qaida letter found by the AP, international terrorist Moktar Belmoktar is excoriated for his unwillingness to follow orders and critiqued for his failure to carry out any large attack. His ego bruised, he quit and formed his own group to compete directly with his former employer. Within months, he claimed responsibility for two attacks, in Algeria and Niger, so large that they rivaled the biggest operations undertaken by al-Qaida's wing on the continent. In January, his cell penetrated a BP-operated gas plant in Algeria, kidnapping over 600 people, the largest hostage-crisis in recent memory.(AP Photo/Anis Belghoul, File)
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              FILE - In this Jan 31, 2013 file photo, Algerian soldiers and officials stand in front of the gas plant in Ain Amenas, seen in background, during a visit organized by the Algerian autho

    FILE - In this Jan 31, 2013 file photo, Algerian soldiers and officials stand in front of the gas plant in Ain Amenas, seen in background, during a visit organized by the Algerian autho

    Posted: 5/28/2013 4:02:31 PM EST
    FILE - In this Jan 31, 2013 file photo, Algerian soldiers and officials stand in front of the gas plant in Ain Amenas, seen in background, during a visit organized by the Algerian authorities for news media. In an Oct. 3, 2012 internal al-Qaida letter found by the AP, international terrorist Moktar Belmoktar is excoriated for his unwillingness to follow orders and critiqued for his failure to carry out any large attack. His ego bruised, he quit and formed his own group to compete directly with his former employer. Within months, he claimed responsibility for two attacks, in Algeria and Niger, so large that they rivaled the biggest operations undertaken by al-Qaida's wing on the continent. In January, his cell penetrated a BP-operated gas plant in Algeria, kidnapping over 600 people, the largest hostage-crisis in recent memory. (AP Photo, File)
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              FILE - This undated file photo provided by French nuclear manufacturer Areva shows part of the uranium mine of Arlit, in northern Niger. In an Oct. 3, 2012 internal al-Qaida letter foun

    FILE - This undated file photo provided by French nuclear manufacturer Areva shows part of the uranium mine of Arlit, in northern Niger. In an Oct. 3, 2012 internal al-Qaida letter foun

    Posted: 5/28/2013 4:02:31 PM EST
    FILE - This undated file photo provided by French nuclear manufacturer Areva shows part of the uranium mine of Arlit, in northern Niger. In an Oct. 3, 2012 internal al-Qaida letter found by the AP, international terrorist Moktar Belmoktar is excoriated for his unwillingness to follow orders and critiqued for his failure to carry out any large attack. His ego bruised, he quit and formed his own group to compete directly with his former employer. Within months, he he claimed responsibility for two attacks, in Algeria and Niger, so large that they rivaled the biggest operations undertaken by al-Qaida's wing on the continent. Simultaneous May 23 attacks in northern Niger, on a military base in Agadez and a French uranium mine in Arlit, killed 35.(AP Photo/AREVA/HO) NO SALES - MANDATORY CREDIT: AREVA
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              FILE - In this Thursday, May 23, 2013 file photo, Nigerien soldiers walk near debris after suicide bombers blew themselves up inside a military barracks, in Agadez, northern Niger. In a

    FILE - In this Thursday, May 23, 2013 file photo, Nigerien soldiers walk near debris after suicide bombers blew themselves up inside a military barracks, in Agadez, northern Niger. In a

    Posted: 5/28/2013 4:02:31 PM EST
    FILE - In this Thursday, May 23, 2013 file photo, Nigerien soldiers walk near debris after suicide bombers blew themselves up inside a military barracks, in Agadez, northern Niger. In an Oct. 3 internal al-Qaida letter found by the AP, terrorist Moktar Belmoktar is excoriated for his unwillingness to follow orders and critiqued for his failure to carry out any large attack. His ego bruised, he quit and formed his own group to compete directly with his former employer. Within months, he claimed responsibility for two attacks so large they rivaled the biggest operations undertaken by al-Qaida's wing on the continent. Simultaneous attacks in the northern Nigerien towns of Agadez and Arlit killed 35 on May 23, 2013. (AP Photo, File)
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              FILE - This undated file image taken from video provided by the SITE Intel Group made available Thursday Jan. 17, 2013, purports to show terrorist leader Moktar Belmoktar. In an Oct. 3

    FILE - This undated file image taken from video provided by the SITE Intel Group made available Thursday Jan. 17, 2013, purports to show terrorist leader Moktar Belmoktar. In an Oct. 3

    Posted: 5/28/2013 4:02:31 PM EST
    FILE - This undated file image taken from video provided by the SITE Intel Group made available Thursday Jan. 17, 2013, purports to show terrorist leader Moktar Belmoktar. In an Oct. 3 internal al-Qaida letter found by the AP, Belmoktar is excoriated for his unwillingness to follow orders and critiqued for his failure to carry out any large attack. His ego bruised, he quit and formed his own group to compete directly with his former employer. Within months, he claimed responsibility for two attacks so large they rivaled the biggest operations undertaken by al-Qaida's wing on the continent.(AP Photo/SITE Intel Group, File) THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HAS NO WAY OF INDEPENDENTLY VERIFYING THE CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS PICTURE. MANDATORY CREDIT: SITE Intel Group
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              Florida running back Mike Gillislee, right, runs to the end zone on a 12-yard touchdown play past LSU defensive tackle Ego Ferguson (9) and linebacker Lamin Barrow (57) during the secon

    Florida running back Mike Gillislee, right, runs to the end zone on a 12-yard touchdown play past LSU defensive tackle Ego Ferguson (9) and linebacker Lamin Barrow (57) during the secon

    Posted: 10/6/2012 7:13:24 PM EST
    Florida running back Mike Gillislee, right, runs to the end zone on a 12-yard touchdown play past LSU defensive tackle Ego Ferguson (9) and linebacker Lamin Barrow (57) during the second half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012, in Gainesville, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
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    Posted: 6/1/2012 12:50:47 PM EST
    This image provided by DC Entertainment shows a page from the second issue of the company's "Earth 2" comic book series featuring Alan Scott, the alter ego of its Green Lantern character, who is revealed to be gay. The reveal is the latest example of how comics publishers big and small are making their characters just as diverse as the people who read their books. The issue will be available on June 6, 2012 (AP Photo/DC Entertainment)
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    Posted: 6/1/2012 12:50:47 PM EST
    This image provided by DC Entertainment shows a page from the second issue of the company's "Earth 2" comic book series featuring Alan Scott, the alter ego of its Green Lantern character, who is revealed to be gay. The reveal is the latest example of how comics publishers big and small are making their characters just as diverse as the people who read their books. The issue will be available on June 6, 2012 (AP Photo/DC Entertainment)
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    Posted: 6/1/2012 12:50:47 PM EST
    This image provided by DC Entertainment shows the cover of the second issue of the company's "Earth 2" comic book series featuring Alan Scott, the alter ego of its Green Lantern character, who is revealed to be gay. The reveal is the latest example of how comics publishers big and small are making their characters just as diverse as the people who read their books. The issue will be available on June 6, 2012 (AP Photo/DC Entertainment)
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    Posted: 6/1/2012 12:50:47 PM EST
    This combo made from images provided by DC Entertainment shows pages from the second issue of the company's "Earth 2" comic book series featuring Alan Scott, the alter ego of its Green Lantern character, who is revealed to be gay. The reveal is the latest example of how comics publishers big and small are making their characters just as diverse as the people who read their books. The issue will be available on June 6, 2012 (AP Photo/DC Entertainment)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 12:25:51 AM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2012 file photo, founder of Megaupload.com Kim Dotcom appears in North Shore District Court in Auckland, New Zealand. On his way up, he fooled them all: journalists, judges, investors and companies. Then the man who renamed himself Kim Dotcom finally did it. With an eye for get-rich schemes and an ego gone wild, he parlayed his modest computing skills into a mega-empire, becoming the fabulously wealthy computer maverick he had long claimed to be. (AP Photo/New Zealand Herald, Greg Bowker, File) NEW ZEALAND OUT, AUSTRALIA OUT
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 12:25:51 AM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2012 file photo an aerial shot of Kim Dotcom's house is shown in Coatesville, north west of Auckland, New Zealand. On his way up, he fooled them all: journalists, judges, investors and companies. Then the man who renamed himself Kim Dotcom finally did it. With an eye for get-rich schemes and an ego gone wild, he parlayed his modest computing skills into a mega-empire, becoming the fabulously wealthy computer maverick he had long claimed to be. (AP Photo/NZ Herald, Natalie Slade, File) NEW ZEALAND OUT, AUSTRALIA OUT
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 12:25:51 AM EST
    FILE- In this Jan. 20, 2012 file photo, tow trucks wait to remove vehicles from Kim Dotcom's house in Coatesville, north west of Auckland, New Zealand. On his way up, he fooled them all: journalists, judges, investors and companies. Then the man who renamed himself Kim Dotcom finally did it. With an eye for get-rich schemes and an ego gone wild, he parlayed his modest computing skills into a mega-empire, becoming the fabulously wealthy computer maverick he had long claimed to be. (AP Photo/NZ Herald, Natalie Slade, File) NEW ZEALAND OUT, AUSTRALIA OUT
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 12:25:51 AM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2012 file photo , a trailer truck takes away luxury cars which were seized from Kim Dotcom's house in Coatesville, north west of Auckland, New Zealand. On his way up, he fooled them all: journalists, judges, investors and companies. Then the man who renamed himself Kim Dotcom finally did it. With an eye for get-rich schemes and an ego gone wild, he parlayed his modest computing skills into a mega-empire, becoming the fabulously wealthy computer maverick he had long claimed to be. (AP Photo/NZ Herald, Natalie Slade, File) NEW ZEALAND OUT, AUSTRALIA OUT
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 12:25:51 AM EST
    FILE - In this Feb. 22, 2012 file photo, Kim Dotcom, the founder of the file-sharing website Megaupload, comments after he was granted bail and released in Auckland, New Zealand. On his way up, he fooled them all: journalists, judges, investors and companies. Then the man who renamed himself Kim Dotcom finally did it. With an eye for get-rich schemes and an ego gone wild, he parlayed his modest computing skills into a mega-empire, becoming the fabulously wealthy computer maverick he had long claimed to be. (AP Photo/New Zealand Herald, Brett Phibbs, File) NEW ZEALAND OUT, AUSTRALIA OUT
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 12:25:50 AM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 25, 2012 file photo an inflatable tank is parked on a hill facing the main gate at Kim Dotcom's house in Coatesville, 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) north west of Auckland, New Zealand, after the house was raided by police and he was arrested on international copyright infringement and money laundering charges. On his way up, he fooled them all: journalists, judges, investors and companies. Then the man who renamed himself Kim Dotcom finally did it. With an eye for get-rich schemes and an ego gone wild, he parlayed his modest computing skills into a mega-empire, becoming the fabulously wealthy computer maverick he had long claimed to be. (AP Photo/Dean Purcell, NZ Herald, File) NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA
  •  - The homeless and underprivileged are given hot soup at the Alter Ego Society soup kitchen in Wesola

    The homeless and underprivileged are given hot soup at the Alter Ego Society soup kitchen in Wesola

    Posted: 2/1/2012 8:23:56 AM EST
    The homeless and underprivileged are given hot soup at the Alter Ego Society soup kitchen in Wesola, south of Warsaw February 1, 2012. More than 60 people have died in a cold snap across Eastern Europe, authorities said on Tuesday, forcing some countries to call in the army to help secure food and medical supplies and set up emergency shelters for the homeless. The temperature in Ukraine sank to minus 33 degrees Celsius (minus 27 Fahrenheit), the coldest in six years, while eastern Bosnia experienced lows of minus 31 C (minus 24 F) and Poland, Romania and Bulgaria minus 30 C (minus 22 F). REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY POVERTY)
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    Posted: 9/28/2011 9:30:47 PM EST
    FILE - In this May 11, 2011 file photo, Donald Trump speaks in Nashua, N.H. Chris Christie insists he's not running for president, but he flies around the country giving speeches and raising Republican money with a sly smile. Donald Trump might run as an independent. And Sarah Palin gets air time by hinting she'll announce some decision soon. Welcome to the Big Tease, driven by a combination of publicity, old-fashioned ego and possible presidential ambitions down the road. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)


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