The Unabomber Manifesto: Giving a Killer a Voice

Newseum and Discovery Channel series explore ethical decisions faced by newspaper publishers in printing a manifesto from one of America’s most infamous criminals.
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Newseum Unveils Exhibit on Fake News

Fake News

The exhibit uses eye-opening examples to show how lies and misinformation influenced the 2016 presidential election.
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Capturing the Unabomber

Theodore Kaczynski

Newseum artifacts bring the Unabomber story to life for fans of the Discovery Channel series “Manhunt: UNABOMBER.”
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The Moment the Unabomber’s Identity Was Discovered

Midway through the Discovery Channel’s new series, “Manhunt: UNABOMBER,” we revisit our 2016 program with the famous criminal’s brother, who helped uncover his identity.
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Celebrate Women’s Equality Day This Saturday at the Newseum

Women’s Equality Day

The day’s special programming will commemorate the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, which granted women the right to vote.
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Summer Fun Deal Ends Sept. 4!

Now through Sept. 4, kids 18 and younger get free admission to the Newseum.
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Newseum CEO Jeffrey Herbst to Receive Freedom of Speech Award

Jeffrey Herbst

The Media Institute’s annual award honors individuals who have worked to advance free speech and the First Amendment.
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Newseum Unveils New Journalism Artifacts

The artifacts are central to two prominent and recent incidents involving press freedom in the United States.
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Washington Post Editor Martin Baron Receives Al Neuharth Award

The award, which honors lifetime achievement in the media, was presented to Baron last evening at the Newseum.
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Pioneering Journalist’s Story Told for the First Time

Lowell Thomas

Journalism professor and Newseum historian Mitchell Stephens to publish a biography of newscaster Lowell Thomas.
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