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  •  - A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    Posted: 4/26/2013 12:31:02 PM EST
    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint before boarding their aircraft at Reagan National Airport in Washington, in this April 25, 2013 photograph. The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air-traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, seeking to calm an irritated traveling public as lawmakers themselves flew out of Washington for a week-long recess. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    Posted: 4/26/2013 12:31:02 PM EST
    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint before boarding their aircraft at Reagan National Airport in Washington, in this April 25, 2013 photograph. The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air-traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, seeking to calm an irritated traveling public as lawmakers themselves flew out of Washington for a week-long recess. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    Posted: 4/26/2013 12:31:02 PM EST
    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint before boarding their aircraft at Reagan National Airport in Washington, in this April 25, 2013 photograph. The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air-traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, seeking to calm an irritated traveling public as lawmakers themselves flew out of Washington for a week-long recess. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    Posted: 4/26/2013 12:25:47 PM EST
    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint before boarding their aircraft at Reagan National Airport in Washington, in this April 25, 2013 photograph. The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air-traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, seeking to calm an irritated traveling public as lawmakers themselves flew out of Washington for a week-long recess. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    Posted: 4/26/2013 12:25:47 PM EST
    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint before boarding their aircraft at Reagan National Airport in Washington, in this April 25, 2013 photograph. The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air-traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, seeking to calm an irritated traveling public as lawmakers themselves flew out of Washington for a week-long recess. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint at Reagan National Airport in Washington

    Posted: 4/26/2013 12:25:47 PM EST
    A long line of people line up for security at checkpoint before boarding their aircraft at Reagan National Airport in Washington, in this April 25, 2013 photograph. The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air-traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, seeking to calm an irritated traveling public as lawmakers themselves flew out of Washington for a week-long recess. REUTERS/Larry Downing
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              This undated photo released by Chile's Police Investigative Unit on Thursday, April 25, 2013, shows Ramon Gustavo Castillo Gaete, 36, who authorities said is the leader of a 12-member s

    This undated photo released by Chile's Police Investigative Unit on Thursday, April 25, 2013, shows Ramon Gustavo Castillo Gaete, 36, who authorities said is the leader of a 12-member s

    Posted: 4/25/2013 7:28:37 PM EST
    This undated photo released by Chile's Police Investigative Unit on Thursday, April 25, 2013, shows Ramon Gustavo Castillo Gaete, 36, who authorities said is the leader of a 12-member sect that is accused of burning a baby alive. Police on Thursday, arrested four people accused of burning a baby alive in a ritual because Castillo Gaete believed that the end of the world was near and that the child was the antichrist. Police said Castillo Gaete, who remains at large, was last seen traveling to Peru to buy ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic brew plant that he used to control the cult members. (AP Photo/ Chile's Police Investigative Unit)
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              This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Jahangir Alom who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three Brit

    This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Jahangir Alom who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three Brit

    Posted: 4/25/2013 8:38:22 AM EST
    This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Jahangir Alom who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three British Muslims, including a convert who was featured in a documentary about radical Islam and a former London police support officer, were jailed Thursday in London for traveling to Pakistan for terrorism training. Richard Dart, Imran Mahmood and Jahangir Alom pleaded guilty last month. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Police)
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              This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Imran Mahmood who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three Brit

    This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Imran Mahmood who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three Brit

    Posted: 4/25/2013 8:38:22 AM EST
    This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Imran Mahmood who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three British Muslims, including a convert who was featured in a documentary about radical Islam and a former London police support officer, were jailed Thursday in London for traveling to Pakistan for terrorism training. Richard Dart, Imran Mahmood and Jahangir Alom pleaded guilty last month. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Police)
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              This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Richard Dart who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three Briti

    This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Richard Dart who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three Briti

    Posted: 4/25/2013 8:38:22 AM EST
    This undated photo made available by the Metropolitan Police shows Richard Dart who was jailed at the Old Bailey in London on Thursday April 25, 2013 for terrorist offences. Three British Muslims, including a convert who was featured in a documentary about radical Islam and a former London police support officer, were jailed Thursday in London for traveling to Pakistan for terrorism training. Richard Dart, Imran Mahmood and Jahangir Alom pleaded guilty last month. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Police)
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              President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk out of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, April 24, 2013, before boarding the Marine One helicopter. Obama is traveling

    President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk out of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, April 24, 2013, before boarding the Marine One helicopter. Obama is traveling

    Posted: 4/24/2013 5:03:24 PM EST
    President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk out of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, April 24, 2013, before boarding the Marine One helicopter. Obama is traveling to Texas for a Democratic fundraiser in Dallas and tomorrow he will attend dedication ceremony for President George W. Bush’s library. He will also attend a memorial service for the victims of the fertilizer plant on Thursday at Baylor University. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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              In this Aug. 28, 2010 photo, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti runs during a photo session in a Mexico City public park, one year after he lost his leg during an attack whi

    In this Aug. 28, 2010 photo, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti runs during a photo session in a Mexico City public park, one year after he lost his leg during an attack whi

    Posted: 4/23/2013 12:13:31 PM EST
    In this Aug. 28, 2010 photo, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti runs during a photo session in a Mexico City public park, one year after he lost his leg during an attack while on assignment in Afghanistan. For those who lost a limb or more in the Boston Marathon, Monday, April 15, 2013, was the day their world changed forever. Morenatti's world changed also, on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2009, when during his embed in southern Afghanistan with the U.S. military as a photographer for The Associated Press, which was to have been his last patrol before going home, the eight-wheel armored Stryker vehicle where he was traveling in with U.S soldiers hit a roadside bomb and flipped over, knocking him unconscious. Morenatti, who lost his leg below the knee in the bomb blast, says that if those maimed in Boston were to ask him what was harder, the physical or psychological recovery, he would say the two go hand-in-hand. "If you don't confront the feelings of loss, the fact that your world has changed, you never fully recover from the amputation," writes Morenatti. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
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              In this Jan. 8, 2005 photo, men who lost their legs after stepping on anti-personnel mines learn to walk with their prosthesis at the Orthopedic Center of the Red Cross, which runs one

    In this Jan. 8, 2005 photo, men who lost their legs after stepping on anti-personnel mines learn to walk with their prosthesis at the Orthopedic Center of the Red Cross, which runs one

    Posted: 4/23/2013 10:23:35 AM EST
    In this Jan. 8, 2005 photo, men who lost their legs after stepping on anti-personnel mines learn to walk with their prosthesis at the Orthopedic Center of the Red Cross, which runs one of the best rehabilitation centers in the country and is one of the few that provides prostheses to patients, including children, who had been blown up by forgotten mines in rural areas in Kabul, Afghanistan. Emilio Morenatti's world changed on Aug. 11, 2009 when during his embed in southern Afghanistan with the U.S. military, which was to have been his last patrol before going home, the eight-wheel armored Stryker vehicle in which he was traveling with U.S. soldiers hit a roadside bomb and flipped over, knocking him unconscious. "I never stop thinking about those Afghan patients and how they were facing their rehabilitation process even in that calamitous center," writes Morenatti, who lost his leg below the knee in the bomb blast. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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              In this June 19, 2004 photo, Mohammed, 12, runs using his new pair of prosthetic legs at his home in a Kabul suburb in Afghanistan.  In Afghanistan, Associated Press photographer Emilio

    In this June 19, 2004 photo, Mohammed, 12, runs using his new pair of prosthetic legs at his home in a Kabul suburb in Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, Associated Press photographer Emilio

    Posted: 4/23/2013 10:23:35 AM EST
    In this June 19, 2004 photo, Mohammed, 12, runs using his new pair of prosthetic legs at his home in a Kabul suburb in Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti had visited a rehabilitation center run by the Red Cross in Kabul that was considered one of the best in the country and was one of the few that provided prostheses to patients, including children, who had been blown up by forgotten mines in rural areas. Morenatti's world changed on Aug. 11, 2009 when during his embed in southern Afghanistan with the U.S. military, which was to have been his last patrol before going home, the eight-wheel armored Stryker vehicle in which he was traveling with U.S soldiers hit a roadside bomb and flipped over, knocking him unconscious. "I never stop thinking about those Afghan patients and how they were facing their rehabilitation process even in that calamitous center," writes Morenatti, who lost his leg below the knee in the bomb blast. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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              In this Aug. 14, 2004 photo, Mohammaed Mahdi, who lost his foot in a mine explosion, waits for a Red Cross doctor in his home in Kabul, Afghanistan.  In Afghanistan, Associated Press ph

    In this Aug. 14, 2004 photo, Mohammaed Mahdi, who lost his foot in a mine explosion, waits for a Red Cross doctor in his home in Kabul, Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, Associated Press ph

    Posted: 4/23/2013 10:23:35 AM EST
    In this Aug. 14, 2004 photo, Mohammaed Mahdi, who lost his foot in a mine explosion, waits for a Red Cross doctor in his home in Kabul, Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti had visited a rehabilitation center run by the Red Cross in Kabul that was considered one of the best in the country and was one of the few that provided prostheses to patients, including children, who had been blown up by forgotten mines in rural areas. Morenatti's world changed on Aug. 11, 2009 when during his embed in southern Afghanistan with the U.S. military, which was to have been his last patrol before going home, the eight-wheel armored Stryker vehicle in which he was traveling with U.S. soldiers hit a roadside bomb and flipped over, knocking him unconscious. Morenatti lost his leg below the knee in the bomb blast. "I never stop thinking about those Afghan patients and how they were facing their rehabilitation process even in that calamitous center," writes Morenatti. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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              In this Aug. 28, 2010 photo, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti runs during a photo session in a Mexico City public park, one year after he lost his leg during an attack whi

    In this Aug. 28, 2010 photo, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti runs during a photo session in a Mexico City public park, one year after he lost his leg during an attack whi

    Posted: 4/23/2013 10:03:45 AM EST
    In this Aug. 28, 2010 photo, Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti runs during a photo session in a Mexico City public park, one year after he lost his leg during an attack while on assignment in Afghanistan. For those who lost a limb or more in the Boston Marathon, Monday, April 15, 2013, was the day their world changed forever. Morenatti's world changed also, on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2009, when during his embed in southern Afghanistan with the U.S. military as a photographer for The Associated Press, which was to have been his last patrol before going home, the eight-wheel armored Stryker vehicle where he was traveling in with U.S soldiers hit a roadside bomb and flipped over, knocking him unconscious. Morenatti, who lost his leg below the knee in the bomb blast, says that if those maimed in Boston were to ask him what was harder, the physical or psychological recovery, he would say the two go hand-in-hand. "If you don't confront the feelings of loss, the fact that your world has changed, you never fully recover from the amputation," writes Morenatti. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
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              In this Sept. 29, 2009 photo, prosthetic legs stand in a a repair room at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, D.C.  For those who lost a limb or more in the

    In this Sept. 29, 2009 photo, prosthetic legs stand in a a repair room at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, D.C. For those who lost a limb or more in the

    Posted: 4/23/2013 10:03:32 AM EST
    In this Sept. 29, 2009 photo, prosthetic legs stand in a a repair room at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, D.C. For those who lost a limb or more in the Boston Marathon, Monday, April 15, 2013, was the day their world changed forever. Emilio Morenatti's world changed also, on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2009, when during his embed in southern Afghanistan with the U.S. military as a photographer for The Associated Press, which was to have been his last patrol before going home, the eight-wheel armored Stryker vehicle where he was traveling in with U.S. soldiers hit a roadside bomb and flipped over, knocking him unconscious. Morenatti, who lost his leg in the bomb blast, says the strength of the wounded soldiers at Walter Reed helped him a great deal. Even though many of their injuries were so much worse than his, he never heard them complain about pain or withdraw in self-pity. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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              In this Aug. 25, 2009 picture, photographer Emilio Morenatti takes pictures as he is carried on a stretcher at University of Maryland Medical Center's R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Cente

    In this Aug. 25, 2009 picture, photographer Emilio Morenatti takes pictures as he is carried on a stretcher at University of Maryland Medical Center's R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Cente

    Posted: 4/23/2013 9:23:27 AM EST
    In this Aug. 25, 2009 picture, photographer Emilio Morenatti takes pictures as he is carried on a stretcher at University of Maryland Medical Center's R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Md. For those who lost a limb or more in the Boston Marathon, Monday, April 15, 2013, was the day their world changed forever. Emilio's world changed also, on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2009, when during his embed in southern Afghanistan with the U.S. military as a photographer for The Associated Press, which was to have been his last patrol before going home, the eight-wheel armored Stryker vehicle where he was traveling in with U.S soldiers hit a roadside bomb and flipped over, knocking him unconscious. Morenatti lost his leg in the bomb blast. (AP Photo/Enric Marti)
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              In this Feb. 19, 2013 photo, a convoy of United Nations vehicles, led by armed Myanmar police officers traveling through a region known for drug smuggling and a decades-old insurgency,

    In this Feb. 19, 2013 photo, a convoy of United Nations vehicles, led by armed Myanmar police officers traveling through a region known for drug smuggling and a decades-old insurgency,

    Posted: 4/18/2013 3:14:13 AM EST
    In this Feb. 19, 2013 photo, a convoy of United Nations vehicles, led by armed Myanmar police officers traveling through a region known for drug smuggling and a decades-old insurgency, close to Taunggyi in central Shan state, Myanmar. A winding, bumpy route through the misty mountains of eastern Myanmar is being paved into a smooth two-lane highway, the type of road commonly found in other scenic stretches from the Alps to the Rockies. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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              This Thursday, April 11, 2013, photo shows Matt Brown, co-owner of Denver'S new "My 420 Tours, shows a sampling of marijuana at a dispensary in Denver.  "My 420 Tours,"  gives traveling

    This Thursday, April 11, 2013, photo shows Matt Brown, co-owner of Denver'S new "My 420 Tours, shows a sampling of marijuana at a dispensary in Denver. "My 420 Tours," gives traveling

    Posted: 4/15/2013 4:08:30 AM EST
    This Thursday, April 11, 2013, photo shows Matt Brown, co-owner of Denver'S new "My 420 Tours, shows a sampling of marijuana at a dispensary in Denver. "My 420 Tours," gives traveling pot users everything but the drug. Brown has sold 160 tour packages to visiting pot smokers for the April 20 weekend. Prices start at $499, not including hotel or air. Instead, the service plans to pick up marijuana tourists at the airport in limousines, escort them to Cannabis Cup and other Denver-area marijuana celebrations and take them to a cannabis-friendly hotel (a national chain that has given permission for Denver patrons to smoke marijuana on outdoor patios but doesn't want its name advertised). (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)


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