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              FILE - In this Tuesday, March 19, 2013 file photo, US Airways Group Chairman and CEO Douglas Parker testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, before the Senate subcommittee on Antitrust,

    FILE - In this Tuesday, March 19, 2013 file photo, US Airways Group Chairman and CEO Douglas Parker testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, before the Senate subcommittee on Antitrust,

    Posted: 6/10/2013 12:25:09 PM EST
    FILE - In this Tuesday, March 19, 2013 file photo, US Airways Group Chairman and CEO Douglas Parker testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, before the Senate subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights hearing on "The American Airlines/US Airways Merger: Consolidation, Competition, and Consumers." The new American Airlines will have more top executives from smaller US Airways than from the current American. The companies named eight senior executives on Monday, June 10, 2013, including five from US Airways and three from American parent AMR Corp. AMR and US Airways Group Inc. hope to complete their proposed merger this summer. The new team joins US Airways CEO Parker, who will hold the same title after the merger. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)
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              FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 file photo, U.S. Airways and American Airlines planes are shown at gates at DFW International Airport in Grapevine, Texas. The new American Airlin

    FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 file photo, U.S. Airways and American Airlines planes are shown at gates at DFW International Airport in Grapevine, Texas. The new American Airlin

    Posted: 6/10/2013 12:25:09 PM EST
    FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 file photo, U.S. Airways and American Airlines planes are shown at gates at DFW International Airport in Grapevine, Texas. The new American Airlines will have more top executives from smaller US Airways than from the current American. The companies named eight senior executives on Monday, June 10, 2013, including five from US Airways and three from American parent AMR Corp. AMR and US Airways Group Inc. hope to complete their proposed merger this summer. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)
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              In this Wednesday, May 15, 2013 photo, Peggy Wallace Kennedy talks with reporters at the Alabama Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Fifty years ago, Alabama's segregationist Gov. George C. Wal

    In this Wednesday, May 15, 2013 photo, Peggy Wallace Kennedy talks with reporters at the Alabama Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Fifty years ago, Alabama's segregationist Gov. George C. Wal

    Posted: 6/10/2013 11:46:32 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, May 15, 2013 photo, Peggy Wallace Kennedy talks with reporters at the Alabama Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Fifty years ago, Alabama's segregationist Gov. George C. Wallace stood in a doorway at the University of Alabama and tried to block two black students from enrolling. Wallace backed down when President John Kennedy federalized the Alabama National Guard and ordered troops to Tuscaloosa. Wallace's daughter, Peggy Wallace Kennedy, said her family has lived in the shadow of the schoolhouse door ever since. She said her father never told her why he did it and she never asked him before he died in 1998. Since then, she has been involved in civil rights events in Alabama. She wants to give hope to people by showing that families can change. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
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              In this Wednesday, May 15, 2013 photo, Peggy Wallace Kennedy talks with reporters at the Alabama Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Fifty years ago, Alabama's segregationist Gov. George C. Wal

    In this Wednesday, May 15, 2013 photo, Peggy Wallace Kennedy talks with reporters at the Alabama Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Fifty years ago, Alabama's segregationist Gov. George C. Wal

    Posted: 6/10/2013 11:46:32 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, May 15, 2013 photo, Peggy Wallace Kennedy talks with reporters at the Alabama Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Fifty years ago, Alabama's segregationist Gov. George C. Wallace stood in a doorway at the University of Alabama and tried to block two black students from enrolling. Wallace backed down when President John Kennedy federalized the Alabama National Guard and ordered troops to Tuscaloosa. Wallace's daughter, Peggy Wallace Kennedy, said her family has lived in the shadow of the schoolhouse door ever since. She said her father never told her why he did it and she never asked him before he died in 1998. Since then, she has been involved in civil rights events in Alabama. She wants to give hope to people by showing that families can change. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
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              FILE - In this June 11, 1963 file photo, Gov. George Wallace blocks the entrance to the University of Alabama as he turned back a federal officer attempting to enroll two black students

    FILE - In this June 11, 1963 file photo, Gov. George Wallace blocks the entrance to the University of Alabama as he turned back a federal officer attempting to enroll two black students

    Posted: 6/10/2013 11:46:32 AM EST
    FILE - In this June 11, 1963 file photo, Gov. George Wallace blocks the entrance to the University of Alabama as he turned back a federal officer attempting to enroll two black students at the university campus in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wallace backed down when President John Kennedy federalized the Alabama National Guard and ordered troops to Tuscaloosa. Wallace's daughter, Peggy Wallace Kennedy, said her family has lived in the shadow of the schoolhouse door ever since. She said her father never told her why he did it and she never asked him before he died in 1998. Since then, she has been involved in civil rights events in Alabama. She wants to give hope to people by showing that families can change. (AP Photo/File)
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              FILE - In this Monday, April 29, 2013 file photo, a Bangladeshi worker leaves the site where a garment factory building collapsed in the Savar area on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh

    FILE - In this Monday, April 29, 2013 file photo, a Bangladeshi worker leaves the site where a garment factory building collapsed in the Savar area on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh

    Posted: 6/8/2013 10:47:48 AM EST
    FILE - In this Monday, April 29, 2013 file photo, a Bangladeshi worker leaves the site where a garment factory building collapsed in the Savar area on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pushed by poverty and pulled by the hope of a better life, the residents of the village of Tekani, Bangladesh have for almost a decade been making the trip south to the capital. But with neighbors and relatives killed and maimed in the Tazreen factory fire in November 2012 and the collapse of Rana Plaza factory building in April 2013, terror has overtaken the village of about 1,800 people in far northwestern Bangladesh. (AP Photo/Ismail Ferdous, File)
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              FILE - In this Monday, April 29, 2013 file photo, a Bangladeshi worker leaves the site where a garment factory building collapsed near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pushed by poverty and pulled by

    FILE - In this Monday, April 29, 2013 file photo, a Bangladeshi worker leaves the site where a garment factory building collapsed near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pushed by poverty and pulled by

    Posted: 6/8/2013 8:37:35 AM EST
    FILE - In this Monday, April 29, 2013 file photo, a Bangladeshi worker leaves the site where a garment factory building collapsed near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pushed by poverty and pulled by the hope of a better life, the residents of the village of Tekani, Bangladesh have for almost a decade been making the trip south to Dhaka. But with neighbors and relatives killed and maimed in the Tazreen factory fire in November and the collapse of Rana Plaza factory building in April, terror has overtaken this village of about 1,800 people in far northwestern Bangladesh. (AP Photo/Ismail Ferdous, File)
  •  - Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi

    Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi

    Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/5/2013 1:47:14 AM EST
    A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/4/2013 5:14:19 PM EST
    Men buy fruit from a stall that is lit with a gas-lamp during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/4/2013 5:14:19 PM EST
    A gas-lamp is seen at a fruit stall during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi

    Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/4/2013 5:14:19 PM EST
    Mohammad Ramzan, an electric motor mechanic, sits outside his shop during power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
  •  - A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi

    Posted: 6/4/2013 5:14:19 PM EST
    A man a generator with petrol outside his shop during a power outage in Rawalpindi June 3, 2013. Pakistan's economy is in its worst shape in nearly a decade and yet there is a sense of hope that the incoming government not only seems to know what is needed to fix it but, for once, may also have enough determination and clout to do it. Picture taken June 3, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
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              Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who heads the finance ministers of the 17 European Union countries that use the euro, answers questions during a  join news conference with Greek Finance Minister

    Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who heads the finance ministers of the 17 European Union countries that use the euro, answers questions during a join news conference with Greek Finance Minister

    Posted: 5/31/2013 1:52:19 PM EST
    Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who heads the finance ministers of the 17 European Union countries that use the euro, answers questions during a join news conference with Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras, in Athens, on Friday, May 31, 2013. Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem credited Greece with the efforts it is making to get its economy back into shape and laid out the hope of a recovery across the 17 EU countries that use the euro in the next year. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)