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    Posted: 3/15/2012 5:45:47 AM EST
    FILE - This June 29, 2011 file photo, shows the headquarters building of Goldman Sachs, in New York. On Wednesday, March 14, 2012, Greg Smith, an executive director at the bank, resigned with a blistering editorial in the New York Times that accused the bank of losing its ?moral fiber,? putting profits ahead of customers' interests and dismissing customers as ?muppets.? (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)
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    Posted: 3/13/2012 3:07:15 PM EST
    Photo credit: Josh Haner/The New York Times - Caption: "Newt and Callista Gingrich stayed up until 2 a.m. Thursday dancing to an oldies band in a hotel bar in Jackson, Miss."
  •  - The facade of the New York Times building is seen in New York

    The facade of the New York Times building is seen in New York

    Posted: 3/9/2012 4:58:49 PM EST
    The facade of the New York Times building is seen in New York, November 29, 2010. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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    Posted: 3/3/2012 10:40:50 PM EST
    Nada Bakri, the widow of foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid, speaks at a memorial service for Shadid in Oklahoma City, Saturday, March 3, 2012. Shadid is pictured at rear in a large photograph taken of him on the streets of Cairo. Shadid, 43, died Feb. 16 reporting for The New York Times on the uprising against Syria?s president. He had an apparent asthma attack returning with smugglers from Syria to Turkey. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
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    Posted: 3/3/2012 10:40:50 PM EST
    Buddy Shadid, the father of the late foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid, cries as he speaks at a memorial service for his son in Oklahoma City, Saturday, March 3, 2012. Behind him is a large photo of his son on the streets of Cairo. Shadid, 43, died Feb. 16 reporting for The New York Times on the uprising against Syria?s president. He had an apparent asthma attack returning with smugglers from Syria to Turkey. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
  •  - Turkish journalists demonstrate against the killings of journalists in Syria, in front of the Syrian Embassy in Ankara

    Turkish journalists demonstrate against the killings of journalists in Syria, in front of the Syrian Embassy in Ankara

    Posted: 2/24/2012 8:27:54 AM EST
    Turkish journalists hold portraits of (from R to L) American correspondent Marie Colvin, French photographer Remi Ochlik and American correspondent of Lebanese origin Anthony Shadid as they demonstrate against the killings of journalists in Syria, in front of the Syrian Embassy in Ankara February 24, 2012. Colvin and Ochlik were killed in the besieged Syrian city of Homs on Wednesday when rockets fired by government forces hit the house they were staying in, opposition activists and witnesses said. Shadid, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, died from a severe asthma attack in Syria, the New York Times said. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA)
  •  - Malik, Shadid's son, is pushed on a stroller by his grandmother, Anthony's mother-in-law, during a ceremony in his memory at the American University of Beirut

    Malik, Shadid's son, is pushed on a stroller by his grandmother, Anthony's mother-in-law, during a ceremony in his memory at the American University of Beirut

    Posted: 2/21/2012 1:40:56 PM EST
    Malik, Anthony Shadid's son, is pushed on a stroller by his grandmother, Anthony's mother-in-law, during a ceremony in his memory at the American University of Beirut (AUB), February 21, 2012. New York Times correspondent Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, died while reporting in Syria on February 16 after an apparent asthma attack, the newspaper said. He was 43. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: OBITUARY)
  •  - Malik, Shadid's son, is pushed on a stroller by his grandmother, Anthony's mother-in-law, during a ceremony in his memory at the American University of Beirut

    Malik, Shadid's son, is pushed on a stroller by his grandmother, Anthony's mother-in-law, during a ceremony in his memory at the American University of Beirut

    Posted: 2/21/2012 1:40:33 PM EST
    Malik, Anthony Shadid's son, is pushed on a stroller by his grandmother, Anthony's mother-in-law, during a ceremony in his memory at the American University of Beirut (AUB), February 21, 2012. New York Times correspondent Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, died while reporting in Syria on February 16 after an apparent asthma attack, the newspaper said. He was 43. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: OBITUARY)
  •  - A security guard stands next a picture of Shadid outside venue of a ceremony at the American University of Beirut

    A security guard stands next a picture of Shadid outside venue of a ceremony at the American University of Beirut

    Posted: 2/21/2012 1:19:15 PM EST
    A security guard stands next a picture of Anthony Shadid speaking with people in Cairo, hung outside the Assembly hall where a ceremony in memory of Shadid is taking place, at the American University of Beirut (AUB), February 21, 2012. New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, died while reporting in Syria on Thursday after an apparent asthma attack, the newspaper said. He was 43. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: OBITUARY MEDIA)
  •  - Picture of Shadid are hung outside venue of memorial in Beirut

    Picture of Shadid are hung outside venue of memorial in Beirut

    Posted: 2/21/2012 1:17:00 PM EST
    Pictures of Anthony Shadid speaking with people in Cairo, are hung outside the Assembly hall where a ceremony in memory of Shadid is taking place, at the American University of Beirut (AUB), February 21, 2012. New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, died while reporting in Syria on February 16 after an apparent asthma attack, the newspaper said. He was 43. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: OBITUARY MEDIA)
  •  - Nada Bakri, Anthony Shadid's wife, lights a candle at a vigil for Shadid, at the American University of Beirut

    Nada Bakri, Anthony Shadid's wife, lights a candle at a vigil for Shadid, at the American University of Beirut

    Posted: 2/21/2012 1:14:49 PM EST
    Nada Bakri, Anthony Shadid's wife, lights a candle at a vigil for Shadid, at the American University of Beirut (AUB), February 21, 2012. New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, died while reporting in Syria on February 16 after an apparent asthma attack, the newspaper said. He was 43. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: OBITUARY MEDIA)
  •  - Man attends a candlelight vigil for New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid at the American University of Beirut

    Man attends a candlelight vigil for New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid at the American University of Beirut

    Posted: 2/21/2012 1:12:05 PM EST
    A man attending a candlelight vigil for New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid holds a programme booklet that shows Shadid speaking with people in Cairo on the cover, at the American University of Beirut February 21, 2012. Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, died while reporting in Syria on February 16 after an apparent asthma attack, the newspaper said. He was 43. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: OBITUARY MEDIA)
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    Posted: 2/17/2012 7:55:46 PM EST
    This May 25, 2004 photo provided by The Washington Post shows then-Post reporter Anthony Shadid, in Washington. Shadid died Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012, apparently of an asthma attack, while on assignment for the New York Times in Syria, the paper said. He was 43. (AP Photo/The Washington Post, Julia Ewan) MANDATORY CREDIT: THE WASHINGTON POST, JULIA EWAN
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    Posted: 2/17/2012 7:55:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this March 21, 2011 file photo provided by Turkish Foreign Ministry, four New York Times journalists, who had been held by Libya, seen with Turkish ambassador to Tripoli Levent Sahinkaya, center, at the Turkish embassy in Tripoli, Libya. Photographers Tyler Hicks, second left, and Lynsey Addario, second right, Anthony Shadid, right, and videographer Stephen Farrell pose after their release. Shadid died Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012, apparently of an asthma attack, while on assignment for the New York Times in Syria, the paper said. He was 43.(AP Photo ( AP Photo/Turkish Foreign Ministry, File)
  •  - Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Posted: 2/17/2012 8:49:13 AM EST
    Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Shadid, one of the four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, poses at the Turkish embassy in Tripoli, in this undated handout released March 21, 2011. REUTERS/Turkish Foreign Ministry/Handout
  •  - Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Posted: 2/17/2012 8:48:58 AM EST
    Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Shadid, one of the four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, poses at the Turkish embassy in Tripoli, in this undated handout released March 21, 2011. REUTERS/Turkish Foreign Ministry/Handout
  •  - Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Posted: 2/17/2012 8:48:49 AM EST
    Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Shadid, one of the four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, poses at the Turkish embassy in Tripoli, in this undated handout released March 21, 2011. REUTERS/Turkish Foreign Ministry/Handout
  •  - Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Posted: 2/17/2012 8:44:30 AM EST
    Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Shadid, one of the four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, poses at the Turkish embassy in Tripoli, in this undated handout released March 21, 2011. REUTERS/Turkish Foreign Ministry/Handout
  •  - Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Posted: 2/17/2012 8:44:05 AM EST
    Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Shadid, one of the four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, poses at the Turkish embassy in Tripoli, in this undated handout released March 21, 2011. REUTERS/Turkish Foreign Ministry/Handout
  •  - Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Handout of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Shadid, one of four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, posing at the Turkish embassy in

    Posted: 2/17/2012 8:43:55 AM EST
    Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Shadid, one of the four New York Times journalists, who had been captured by Libyan forces while covering the conflict there, poses at the Turkish embassy in Tripoli, in this undated handout released March 21, 2011. REUTERS/Turkish Foreign Ministry/Handout