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Children of photographer W. Eugene Smith walk hand in hand in this iconic photo best known as: "The Walk to Paradise Garden." (W. Eugene SmithThe LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #tbt #throwbackthursday by life

In this unpublished 1955 fashion shoot LIFE showcases what you need to wear to be an amateur Uranium prospector. Pictured here is a young girl in a 'Diggerette Jr. Suit' Dad in a 'Smock Suit' and Mom wearing a 'U235 Suit.' And of course don't forget your Geiger counter! (Nina LeenThe LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #fashionfriday by life

The @WhiteHouse seen from afar earlier this evening by @zachgibson5 a photographer in the #Washington bureau of @nytimes. Earlier this summer @michelleobama announced the end of a longtime ban on photography during public tours of the #WhiteHouse. With this in mind we asked our politics reporter @nickwouldgo to put on his tourist hat. On Wednesday morning @nickwouldgo will make a #Snapchat story live on The New York Times Snapchat (username: thenytimes). You never know who might pop in to…

@tannerwendell is one of the most underrated photographers on the planet. We love this guy and his passion for life. #peoplescreatives by thepeoplescreatives

#DonaldTrump and two models walking down the street in #NYC. The billionaire #realestate mogul participated in the #GOP presidential #debate last night. ( Bruce Gilden/Magnum Photos) by magnumphotos

Where in the world is @nytimestravel? The photographer @juancristobalcobo took this picture for our upcoming issue. Where do you think the image was taken? # #regram

#TBT 2 years ago at @nycballet #NYCBartseries by jr

A baby deer named Bucky relaxing with a kitten. Bucky appeared on the cover of LIFE magazine on August 23 1948. (Jon BrenneisThe LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images) #wildLIFEwednesday by life

Picture 1/3 - For 15 years the world has been trying to ban blood diamondsprecious stones mined in African war zones often by forced labor and used to fund armed rebel movements. In 2003 the diamond industry established the Kimberley Process an international certification system designed to reassure consumers that the diamonds they bought were conflict-free. And yet while the process did reduce the number of conflict diamonds on the market it still remains riddled with loopholes unable to…