Thousands joined together in New York on Independence Day in a series of coordinated marches around the U.S., protesting the NSA's mass surveillance program. The Statue of Liberty reopened her doors ... more 
Thousands joined together in New York on Independence Day in a series of coordinated marches around the U.S., protesting the NSA's mass surveillance program. The Statue of Liberty reopened her doors to the huddled masses, a bright spot for an Independence Day dampened by soaking rains and canceled fireworks celebrations. People across the United States gathered for parades, picnics and fireworks at Independence Day celebrations, held under unprecedented security in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. less 
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Thu, Jul 4, 2013 4:05 PM EDT