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              United States Attorney David J. Hicton, center, flanked by Akeia P. Conner, special agent in charge of Internal Revenue Service Ingvestigations, left, and Doug Perdue, special agent in

    United States Attorney David J. Hicton, center, flanked by Akeia P. Conner, special agent in charge of Internal Revenue Service Ingvestigations, left, and Doug Perdue, special agent in

    Posted: 3/22/2013 7:18:26 PM EST
    United States Attorney David J. Hicton, center, flanked by Akeia P. Conner, special agent in charge of Internal Revenue Service Ingvestigations, left, and Doug Perdue, special agent in charge or the Pittsburgh Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announces that a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh has indicted retired Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper on charges of conspiracy and willful failure to file income tax returns, Friday, March 22, 2013 in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
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              United States Attorney David J. Hicton, center, flanked by Akeia P. Conner, special agent in charge of Internal Revenue Service Ingvestigations, left, and Doug Perdue, special agent in

    United States Attorney David J. Hicton, center, flanked by Akeia P. Conner, special agent in charge of Internal Revenue Service Ingvestigations, left, and Doug Perdue, special agent in

    Posted: 3/22/2013 7:18:26 PM EST
    United States Attorney David J. Hicton, center, flanked by Akeia P. Conner, special agent in charge of Internal Revenue Service Ingvestigations, left, and Doug Perdue, special agent in charge or the Pittsburgh Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announces that a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh has indicted retired Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper on charges of conspiracy and willful failure to file income tax returns, Friday, March 22, 2013 in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
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              In this Sept. 21, 2012 photo, Pittsburgh Chief of Police Nate Harper speaks during a news conference at Pittsburgh Police headquarters as he describes the events surrounding a hostage i

    In this Sept. 21, 2012 photo, Pittsburgh Chief of Police Nate Harper speaks during a news conference at Pittsburgh Police headquarters as he describes the events surrounding a hostage i

    Posted: 3/22/2013 7:18:26 PM EST
    In this Sept. 21, 2012 photo, Pittsburgh Chief of Police Nate Harper speaks during a news conference at Pittsburgh Police headquarters as he describes the events surrounding a hostage incident at Three Gateway Center in Pittsburgh. Harper has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on charges of conspiracy and willful failure to file income tax returns, United States Attorney David J. Hickton announced Friday, March 22, 2013. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, FILE)
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              In this Sept. 21, 2012 photo, Pittsburgh Chief of Police Nate Harper speaks during a news conference at Pittsburgh Police headquarters as he describes the events surrounding a hostage i

    In this Sept. 21, 2012 photo, Pittsburgh Chief of Police Nate Harper speaks during a news conference at Pittsburgh Police headquarters as he describes the events surrounding a hostage i

    Posted: 3/22/2013 7:18:26 PM EST
    In this Sept. 21, 2012 photo, Pittsburgh Chief of Police Nate Harper speaks during a news conference at Pittsburgh Police headquarters as he describes the events surrounding a hostage incident at Three Gateway Center in Pittsburgh. Harper has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on charges of conspiracy and willful failure to file income tax returns, United States Attorney David J. Hickton announced Friday, March 22, 2013. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, FILE)
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              In this Wednesday, March 20, 2013 photo people leave an Olive Garden restaurant at sunset in Foxborough, Mass. Darden Restaurants, owners of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and LongHorn Steak

    In this Wednesday, March 20, 2013 photo people leave an Olive Garden restaurant at sunset in Foxborough, Mass. Darden Restaurants, owners of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and LongHorn Steak

    Posted: 3/22/2013 8:48:32 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, March 20, 2013 photo people leave an Olive Garden restaurant at sunset in Foxborough, Mass. Darden Restaurants, owners of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and LongHorn Steakhouse, said Friday, March 22, 2013 that its third-quarter net income dropped 18 percent, as it dealt with soft sales at Red Lobster but the performance still beat Wall Street's expectations. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
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              In this Wednesday, March 20, 2013 photo people leave an Olive Garden restaurant at sunset in Foxborough, Mass. Darden Restaurants, owners of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and LongHorn Steak

    In this Wednesday, March 20, 2013 photo people leave an Olive Garden restaurant at sunset in Foxborough, Mass. Darden Restaurants, owners of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and LongHorn Steak

    Posted: 3/22/2013 8:48:32 AM EST
    In this Wednesday, March 20, 2013 photo people leave an Olive Garden restaurant at sunset in Foxborough, Mass. Darden Restaurants, owners of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and LongHorn Steakhouse, said Friday, March 22, 2013 that its third-quarter net income dropped 18 percent, as it dealt with soft sales at Red Lobster but the performance still beat Wall Street's expectations. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
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              FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2008 file photo, shoppers look in through a window at Tiffany & Co.'s new store at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. Jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co. said Frida

    FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2008 file photo, shoppers look in through a window at Tiffany & Co.'s new store at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. Jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co. said Frida

    Posted: 3/22/2013 8:48:32 AM EST
    FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2008 file photo, shoppers look in through a window at Tiffany & Co.'s new store at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. Jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co. said Friday, March 22, 2013, its fourth-quarter net income edged up less than 1 percent, but managed to beat Wall Street predictions. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)
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              FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2008 file photo, shoppers look in through a window at Tiffany & Co.'s new store at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. Jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co. said Frida

    FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2008 file photo, shoppers look in through a window at Tiffany & Co.'s new store at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. Jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co. said Frida

    Posted: 3/22/2013 8:48:32 AM EST
    FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2008 file photo, shoppers look in through a window at Tiffany & Co.'s new store at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. Jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co. said Friday, March 22, 2013, its fourth-quarter net income edged up less than 1 percent, but managed to beat Wall Street predictions. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)
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              In this Tuesday, March 5, 2013, photo,  shoppers push their carts at the Costco store in Nashua, N.H. Costco's fiscal second-quarter net income climbed 39 percent as it pulled in more m

    In this Tuesday, March 5, 2013, photo, shoppers push their carts at the Costco store in Nashua, N.H. Costco's fiscal second-quarter net income climbed 39 percent as it pulled in more m

    Posted: 3/13/2013 7:38:20 AM EST
    In this Tuesday, March 5, 2013, photo, shoppers push their carts at the Costco store in Nashua, N.H. Costco's fiscal second-quarter net income climbed 39 percent as it pulled in more money from membership fees, sales improved and it recorded a large tax benefit. The wholesale club operator earned $547 million, or $1.24 per share, for the period ended Feb. 17. That compares with $394 million, or 90 cents per share, a year earlier. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
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              In this Tuesday, March 5, 2013, photo,  shoppers push their carts at the Costco store in Nashua, N.H. Costco's fiscal second-quarter net income climbed 39 percent as it pulled in more m

    In this Tuesday, March 5, 2013, photo, shoppers push their carts at the Costco store in Nashua, N.H. Costco's fiscal second-quarter net income climbed 39 percent as it pulled in more m

    Posted: 3/13/2013 7:38:20 AM EST
    In this Tuesday, March 5, 2013, photo, shoppers push their carts at the Costco store in Nashua, N.H. Costco's fiscal second-quarter net income climbed 39 percent as it pulled in more money from membership fees, sales improved and it recorded a large tax benefit. The wholesale club operator earned $547 million, or $1.24 per share, for the period ended Feb. 17. That compares with $394 million, or 90 cents per share, a year earlier. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
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              House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio smiles during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 5, 2013, following  a Republican strategy session. Congressional Republi

    House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio smiles during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 5, 2013, following a Republican strategy session. Congressional Republi

    Posted: 3/5/2013 12:43:29 PM EST
    House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio smiles during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 5, 2013, following a Republican strategy session. Congressional Republicans’ unyielding stand against income tax increases has caught President Barack Obama and his allies off guard. The result is a spending-cuts-only approach to deficit reduction that Democrats wanted to avoid. The events have dimmed hopes for broader efforts to start taming costly “entitlement” programs such as Medicare and Social Security. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
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              House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio smiles during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 5, 2013, following  a Republican strategy session. Congressional Republi

    House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio smiles during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 5, 2013, following a Republican strategy session. Congressional Republi

    Posted: 3/5/2013 12:43:29 PM EST
    House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio smiles during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 5, 2013, following a Republican strategy session. Congressional Republicans’ unyielding stand against income tax increases has caught President Barack Obama and his allies off guard. The result is a spending-cuts-only approach to deficit reduction that Democrats wanted to avoid. The events have dimmed hopes for broader efforts to start taming costly “entitlement” programs such as Medicare and Social Security. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
  •  - A man carries buckets of water along an alley in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    A man carries buckets of water along an alley in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    A man carries buckets of water along an alley in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
  •  - A man carries buckets of water along an alley in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    A man carries buckets of water along an alley in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    A man carries buckets of water along an alley in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
  •  - A villager cooks in his house in Yuangudui, Gansu Province

    A villager cooks in his house in Yuangudui, Gansu Province

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    A villager cooks in his house in Yuangudui, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
  •  - A villager cooks in his house in Yuangudui, Gansu Province

    A villager cooks in his house in Yuangudui, Gansu Province

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    A villager cooks in his house in Yuangudui, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
  •  - A woman closes her eyes as she talks to another villager in Yuangudui

    A woman closes her eyes as she talks to another villager in Yuangudui

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    A woman closes her eyes as she talks to another villager in Yuangudui, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
  •  - A woman closes her eyes as she talks to another villager in Yuangudui

    A woman closes her eyes as she talks to another villager in Yuangudui

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    A woman closes her eyes as she talks to another villager in Yuangudui, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
  •  - Teenagers play basketball in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    Teenagers play basketball in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    Teenagers play basketball in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
  •  - Teenagers play basketball in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    Teenagers play basketball in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province

    Posted: 3/3/2013 3:33:50 AM EST
    Teenagers play basketball in Yuangudui village, Gansu Province February 12, 2013. Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who takes over as China's new president during the annual meeting of the legislature beginning on March 5, visited Yuangudui in February to highlight the poverty that still reigns in huge swaths of the country. Closing a yawning income gap is likely to be one of the policy priorities of his administration and the impoverished villagers are fully conscious of the inequality plaguing China, even if some of them had never heard of Xi Jinping before he showed up in town. Most young people have left for the provincial capital of Lanzhou, where they can make 1,000 yuan ($160) a month, more than the average village income of 800 yuan a year. Picture taken on February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria