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    Fast Facts: Oct. 2

    The CIA once called an assassination team the Health Alteration Committee.

    Green Cards (the permanent resident identifications for the United States) are yellow.

    The only crime defined in the U.S. Constitution is treason.

    The city of Chicago has hosted more major national political conventions than any other city in the United States.

    Republican and Democrat are both towns in North Carolina.

    The U.S. government called the invasion of Grenada a “”predawn vertical insertion.””

    Thirty-two percent of all land in the United States is owned by the federal government.

    U.S. law requires that Yankee bean soup be served in the congressional dining room at all times.

    Strom Thurmond was the only person ever elected to a U.S. Senate seat as a write-in candidate (in 1954).

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