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Janie Funai, left, of Mechanicsville, Va., plays "Candy Crush" on her phone while waiting with her children Emma, 16, center, and Ben, 25, for a flight at Richmond International Airport, Thursday.  Feb. 13, 2014. They arrived around 5 a.m. with Ben to catch a 6:55 a.m. flight which was canceled.   They were waiting to board a flight to Charlotte, N.C.  Ben is on his way to Las Vegas to see a performance by Britney Spears. (AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch, P. Kevin Morley)
Photo by: P. Kevin Morley
Janie Funai, left, of Mechanicsville, Va., plays "Candy Crush" on her phone while waiting with her children Emma, 16, center, and Ben, 25, for a flight at Richmond International Airport, Thursday. Feb. 13, 2014. They arrived around 5 a.m. with Ben to catch a 6:55 a.m. flight which was canceled. They were waiting to board a flight to Charlotte, N.C. Ben is on his way to Las Vegas to see a performance by Britney Spears. (AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch, P. Kevin Morley)

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