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              FILE - In this July 24, 2013, file photo Dan McNamara, president of the Detroit Fire Fighters Association, speaks to firefighters outside the Theodore Levin United States Courthouse in

    FILE - In this July 24, 2013, file photo Dan McNamara, president of the Detroit Fire Fighters Association, speaks to firefighters outside the Theodore Levin United States Courthouse in

    Posted: 7/27/2013 10:23:56 AM EST
    FILE - In this July 24, 2013, file photo Dan McNamara, president of the Detroit Fire Fighters Association, speaks to firefighters outside the Theodore Levin United States Courthouse in Detroit. Detroit's historic bankruptcy filing is a major setback for public sector unions that have spent years trying to ward off cuts to the pensions and benefits of government workers. If the city succeeds, it could put into jeopardy a key bargaining tool for unions that have often deferred higher wages in favor of more generous pension benefits. And it could embolden other financially troubled cities dealing with pension shortfalls to consider bankruptcy, or at least take a harder line with their unions in negotiating cuts. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
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              FILE - In this July 24, 2013 file photo protesters carry a sign outside the Levin Federal Courthouse in Detroit. Detroit's historic bankruptcy filing is a major setback for public secto

    FILE - In this July 24, 2013 file photo protesters carry a sign outside the Levin Federal Courthouse in Detroit. Detroit's historic bankruptcy filing is a major setback for public secto

    Posted: 7/27/2013 10:23:56 AM EST
    FILE - In this July 24, 2013 file photo protesters carry a sign outside the Levin Federal Courthouse in Detroit. Detroit's historic bankruptcy filing is a major setback for public sector unions that have spent years trying to ward off cuts to the pensions and benefits of government workers. If the city succeeds, it could put into jeopardy a key bargaining tool for unions that have often deferred higher wages in favor of more generous pension benefits. And it could embolden other financially troubled cities dealing with pension shortfalls to consider bankruptcy, or at least take a harder line with their unions in negotiating cuts. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
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              In this June 11, 2013, photo, President Barack Obama speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington.  One of the big goals of President Barack Obama's upcoming trip to Europe

    In this June 11, 2013, photo, President Barack Obama speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington. One of the big goals of President Barack Obama's upcoming trip to Europe

    Posted: 6/13/2013 3:59:21 AM EST
    In this June 11, 2013, photo, President Barack Obama speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington. One of the big goals of President Barack Obama's upcoming trip to Europe may be in jeopardy with French objections threatening to hold up the launch of negotiations on a sweeping U.S.-European Union free trade pact. The proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership has raised great expectations of boosting growth and jobs by eliminating tariffs and other barriers that have long plagued economic relations.(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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              In this Sunday, June 9, 2013 photo, Leon Wieseltier,.intellectual and philosopher who has been the literary editor of The New Republic for more than three decades, poses for a photograp

    In this Sunday, June 9, 2013 photo, Leon Wieseltier,.intellectual and philosopher who has been the literary editor of The New Republic for more than three decades, poses for a photograp

    Posted: 6/10/2013 3:14:04 PM EST
    In this Sunday, June 9, 2013 photo, Leon Wieseltier,.intellectual and philosopher who has been the literary editor of The New Republic for more than three decades, poses for a photograph in Tel Aviv, Israel. Wieseltier has been a leading supporter of Israel in Jewish American intellectual circles. But the U.S.-based author now fears the country’s survival may be in jeopardy and says much of the blame lies with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (AP Photo/Dan Balilty)
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              In this Sunday, June 9, 2013 photo, Leon Wieseltier,.intellectual and philosopher who has been the literary editor of The New Republic for more than three decades, poses for a photograp

    In this Sunday, June 9, 2013 photo, Leon Wieseltier,.intellectual and philosopher who has been the literary editor of The New Republic for more than three decades, poses for a photograp

    Posted: 6/10/2013 3:14:04 PM EST
    In this Sunday, June 9, 2013 photo, Leon Wieseltier,.intellectual and philosopher who has been the literary editor of The New Republic for more than three decades, poses for a photograph in Tel Aviv, Israel. Wieseltier has been a leading supporter of Israel in Jewish American intellectual circles. But the U.S.-based author now fears the country’s survival may be in jeopardy and says much of the blame lies with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (AP Photo/Dan Balilty)
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              CORRECTS FIRST NAME TO EULAR - Eular Hatchett, whose 13-year-old nephew's school is in jeopardy of closing, speaks after a news conference held by the Committee to Save North Lawndale S

    CORRECTS FIRST NAME TO EULAR - Eular Hatchett, whose 13-year-old nephew's school is in jeopardy of closing, speaks after a news conference held by the Committee to Save North Lawndale S

    Posted: 3/21/2013 6:23:23 PM EST
    CORRECTS FIRST NAME TO EULAR - Eular Hatchett, whose 13-year-old nephew's school is in jeopardy of closing, speaks after a news conference held by the Committee to Save North Lawndale Schools Thursday, March 21, 2013, in Chicago. The city of Chicago has begun informing teachers about which public schools it intends to close under a contentious plan that opponents say will disproportionately affect minority students in the nation's third largest school district. Chicago Public Schools hasn't said how many schools or students will be affected, but administrators identified up to 129 schools that could be shuttered, saying many serve too few students to justify remaining open. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
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              Evlar Hatchett, who's 13-year-old nephew's school is in jeopardy of closing, speaks after a news conference held by the Committee to Save North Lawndale Schools Thursday, March 21, 2013

    Evlar Hatchett, who's 13-year-old nephew's school is in jeopardy of closing, speaks after a news conference held by the Committee to Save North Lawndale Schools Thursday, March 21, 2013

    Posted: 3/21/2013 2:28:52 PM EST
    Evlar Hatchett, who's 13-year-old nephew's school is in jeopardy of closing, speaks after a news conference held by the Committee to Save North Lawndale Schools Thursday, March 21, 2013, in Chicago. The city of Chicago has begun informing teachers about which public schools it intends to close under a contentious plan that opponents say will disproportionately affect minority students in the nation's third largest school district. Chicago Public Schools hasn't said how many schools or students will be affected, but administrators identified up to 129 schools that could be shuttered, saying many serve too few students to justify remaining open. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
  •  - Venezuela's Vice President Nicolas Maduro gives a statement about President Hugo Chavez's cancer surgery in Caracas

    Venezuela's Vice President Nicolas Maduro gives a statement about President Hugo Chavez's cancer surgery in Caracas

    Posted: 12/12/2012 2:34:10 AM EST
    Venezuela's vice President Nicolas Maduro (C) flanked by cabinet members statement about President Hugo Chavez's cancer surgery in Caracas December 11, 2012. Chavez's cancer operation in Cuba on Tuesday was successful, his vice president Maduro said, adding it was a complicated procedure that lasted more than six hours. The third recurrence of the socialist leader's illness has thrown his 14-year-old presidency into jeopardy and upended politics in the South American OPEC nation. REUTERS/Handout/Miraflores Palace
  •  - Venezuela's Vice President Nicolas Maduro gives a statement about President Hugo Chavez's cancer surgery in Caracas

    Venezuela's Vice President Nicolas Maduro gives a statement about President Hugo Chavez's cancer surgery in Caracas

    Posted: 12/11/2012 11:06:57 PM EST
    Venezuela's vice President Nicolas Maduro (C) flanked by cabinet members statement about President Hugo Chavez's cancer surgery in Caracas December 11, 2012. Chavez's cancer operation in Cuba on Tuesday was successful, his vice president Maduro said, adding it was a complicated procedure that lasted more than six hours. The third recurrence of the socialist leader's illness has thrown his 14-year-old presidency into jeopardy and upended politics in the South American OPEC nation. REUTERS/Handout/Miraflores Palace
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              FILE - In this Aug. 26, 2009 file photo, a merchant speaks with a woman holding her ill child at a pharmacy in Pailin, Cambodia. The future of a pricey malaria program meant to provide

    FILE - In this Aug. 26, 2009 file photo, a merchant speaks with a woman holding her ill child at a pharmacy in Pailin, Cambodia. The future of a pricey malaria program meant to provide

    Posted: 10/31/2012 4:18:25 AM EST
    FILE - In this Aug. 26, 2009 file photo, a merchant speaks with a woman holding her ill child at a pharmacy in Pailin, Cambodia. The future of a pricey malaria program meant to provide cheap drugs for poor patients may be in jeopardy after health officials clashed over its effectiveness in two new reports. In 2010, the Affordable Medicines Facility for malaria was started by groups including United Nations agencies and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. It was a pilot project to subsidize artemesinin combination drugs. Most of the drugs bought were sold in the private sector, where there are few controls on who gets them. But in October 2012, a report by Oxfam, an international charity, labeled the program a failure and said there was no proof it had saved lives because officials didn't track who received the drugs. (AP Photo/David Longstreath, File)
  •  - A worker yawns at the construction site of an office building in Beijing's central business district

    A worker yawns at the construction site of an office building in Beijing's central business district

    Posted: 6/25/2012 8:07:18 AM EST
    A worker yawns at the construction site of an office building in Beijing's central business district, June 25, 2012. China's annual growth target for 2012 looks increasingly in jeopardy as demand at home falters and Europe's debt crisis worsens, complicating matters for Beijing as the country heads into a once-in-a-decade leadership transition. The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy could be more entrenched than expected as Beijing's property tightening measures dilute the impact of any fresh policy stimulus, diminishing China's ability to offset faltering demand in Europe and the United States. REUTERS/Jason Lee
  •  - A construction worker sits in the doorway of his temporary housing on a building site in central Beijing

    A construction worker sits in the doorway of his temporary housing on a building site in central Beijing

    Posted: 6/25/2012 8:07:18 AM EST
    A construction worker sits in the doorway of his temporary housing on a building site in central Beijing June 25, 2012. China's annual growth target for 2012 looks increasingly in jeopardy as demand at home falters and Europe's debt crisis worsens, complicating matters for Beijing as the country heads into a once-in-a-decade leadership transition. The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy could be more entrenched than expected as Beijing's property tightening measures dilute the impact of any fresh policy stimulus, diminishing China's ability to offset faltering demand in Europe and the United States. REUTERS/David Gray
  •  - An employee looks out from the window of a meeting room at China World Trade Centre Tower II, in Beijing's central business district

    An employee looks out from the window of a meeting room at China World Trade Centre Tower II, in Beijing's central business district

    Posted: 6/25/2012 8:07:18 AM EST
    An employee looks out from the window of a meeting room at China World Trade Centre Tower II, in Beijing's central business district, June 25, 2012. China's annual growth target for 2012 looks increasingly in jeopardy as demand at home falters and Europe's debt crisis worsens, complicating matters for Beijing as the country heads into a once-in-a-decade leadership transition. The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy could be more entrenched than expected as Beijing's property tightening measures dilute the impact of any fresh policy stimulus, diminishing China's ability to offset faltering demand in Europe and the United States. REUTERS/Jason Lee
  •  - Workers clean the windows of China World Trade Centre Tower III in Beijing's central business district

    Workers clean the windows of China World Trade Centre Tower III in Beijing's central business district

    Posted: 6/25/2012 8:07:18 AM EST
    Workers clean the windows of China World Trade Centre Tower III in Beijing's central business district June 25, 2012. China's annual growth target for 2012 looks increasingly in jeopardy as demand at home falters and Europe's debt crisis worsens, complicating matters for Beijing as the country heads into a once-in-a-decade leadership transition. The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy could be more entrenched than expected as Beijing's property tightening measures dilute the impact of any fresh policy stimulus, diminishing China's ability to offset faltering demand in Europe and the United States. REUTERS/Jason Lee
  •  - Workers set up a cable at the construction site of an office building in Beijing's central business district

    Workers set up a cable at the construction site of an office building in Beijing's central business district

    Posted: 6/25/2012 8:07:18 AM EST
    Workers set up a cable at the construction site of an office building in Beijing's central business district June 25, 2012. China's annual growth target for 2012 looks increasingly in jeopardy as demand at home falters and Europe's debt crisis worsens, complicating matters for Beijing as the country heads into a once-in-a-decade leadership transition. The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy could be more entrenched than expected as Beijing's property tightening measures dilute the impact of any fresh policy stimulus, diminishing China's ability to offset faltering demand in Europe and the United States. REUTERS/Jason Lee
  •  - Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse

    Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse

    Posted: 2/14/2012 7:59:58 AM EST
    Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse February 14, 2012. European shares fell on Tuesday after rating agency Moody's put the United Kingdom's triple-A rating in jeopardy for the first time and warned it may cut France and Austria as well, while downgrading six euro zone nations including Spain and Italy. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
  •  - Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse

    Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse

    Posted: 2/14/2012 7:59:17 AM EST
    Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse February 14, 2012. European shares fell on Tuesday after rating agency Moody's put the United Kingdom's triple-A rating in jeopardy for the first time and warned it may cut France and Austria as well, while downgrading six euro zone nations including Spain and Italy. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
  •  - Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse

    Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse

    Posted: 2/14/2012 7:01:27 AM EST
    Traders talk in front of a screen showing an index at Madrid's Bourse February 14, 2012. European shares fell on Tuesday after rating agency Moody's put the United Kingdom's triple-A rating in jeopardy for the first time and warned it may cut France and Austria as well, while downgrading six euro zone nations including Spain and Italy. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Two traders read documents on floor of Madrid's Bourse

    Two traders read documents on floor of Madrid's Bourse

    Posted: 2/14/2012 7:00:00 AM EST
    Two traders read documents on the floor of Madrid's Bourse February 14, 2012. European shares fell on Tuesday after rating agency Moody's put the United Kingdom's triple-A rating in jeopardy for the first time and warned it may cut France and Austria as well, while downgrading six euro zone nations including Spain and Italy. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 2/10/2012 1:35:46 PM EST
    An Afghan private security commaner, part of a private security company called Arya teaches his under command security men how to join parts of an heavy machine gun during a military lesson at their base in Adraskan, Herat west of Kabul, Afghanistan, Feb. 8, 2012. The push by Afghanistan's president to nationalize legions of private security guards before the end of March is putting multibillion-dollar aid projects in jeopardy and creating a shaky structure ripe for corruption and abuse, according to companies trying to make the switch. (AP Photo/Hoshang Hashimi)