“Show Us More Shoes”

Since 1921, the Show Us Your Shoes Parade has been an opportunity for Miss America contestants to display their creative side to the public by decorating their shoes to match their unique personalities

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White House Logs Can be Kept From Public

President Obama and his successors in the Oval Office are not obligated to make public the names of individuals visiting the White House

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Taxpayer Dollars Paid 1/3 of Richest Corporate CEOs

More than one-third of the nation’s highest-paid CEOs from the past two decades led companies that were subsidized by American taxpayers

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Tanzania’s Child Gold Miners Risk Abuse to Support Families

Thousands of children, some as young as eight, work in licensed and unlicensed small-scale gold mines in Tanzania, despite strong laws prohibiting child labour in mining

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Revealed: El Salvador’s Secret Prison Pits

Huddled together like cattle in a cage no bigger than a shed some of the men of El Salvador’s prison pits have languished in these rancid, disease ridden holding cells for more than a year

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Police Kidnap Home-schooled Children From Home

Four children, ages 7 to 14, have been forcibly taken from their Darmstadt, Germany, home by police armed with a battering ram, and their parents have been told they won’t see them again soon, all over the issue of homeschooling

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Contradicting War Powers

As President Barack Obama weighs military action in Syria, it remains unclear whether he will first seek congressional authorization

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$52 Billion ‘Black Budget’ – U.S. Spying Revealed in Leaked Report

The $52.6 billion “black budget” for fiscal 2013, obtained by The Washington Post from former ­intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, maps a bureaucratic and operational landscape that has never been subject to public scrutiny

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Intel Report Doesn’t Confirm Origin of Syrian Chemical Attack

United States Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that the US intelligence community has concluded that the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is responsible for killing more than 1,000 people with chemical gas last week near Damascus

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Broke: U.S. Can’t Afford to Intervene in Syria

The U.S. military, struggling after defense cuts of tens of billions of dollars, will be unable to pay for attacks on Syria from current operating funds and must seek additional money from Congress

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