Former Newseum Editor Donald Ross Dies

Donald Ross

The Newseum and Newseum Institute today mourn the loss of Donald Ross, a writer and editor who shaped some of the Newseum’s major galleries and exhibits.
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On This Day in History, President John F. Kennedy Was Shot

CBS News Bulletin

See powerful artifacts and photographs at the Newseum that show how the story of the assassination spread across the nation.
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Newseum launches groundbreaking photography exhibit

“REFUGEE”

“REFUGEE” offers a glimpse into the lives of displaced and dispersed people around the world.
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The Newseum’s Top Five Holiday Gift Ideas

The Newseum’s Top Five Holiday Gift Ideas

Knock out your holiday shopping with these five one-of-a-kind gifts from the Newseum Store.
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Hillary Clinton Delivers First Post-Election Address at the Newseum

Hillary Clinton

Clinton was honored by the Children’s Defense Fund in an event hosted at the Newseum on Nov. 16.
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SOLD OUT: The Newseum’s 2017 Presidential Inauguration Celebration

Inauguration Day

Tickets to the all-inclusive event on Inauguration Day sold out during an exclusive members-only pre-sale
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Considering the Future of Journalism

Considering the Future of Journalism

On Nov. 15, the Newseum hosted a discussion with Richard Gingras, vice president of Google News, and Michael Oreskes, senior vice president of news and editorial director at NPR.
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Remembering Gwen Ifill

Gwen Ifill

Gwen Ifill, author, moderator and managing editor of PBS’s “Washington Week,” and one of the most prominent journalists in the country, died Nov. 14, 2016, in Washington. She was 61.
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Statement on the passing of Gwen Ifill

Gwen Ifill

We are profoundly saddened to learn of the passing of Gwen Ifill, an esteemed journalist and a great friend of the Newseum.
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Now Trending: Hoaxes and Fake News

moon hoax

In 1835, fake news and hoaxes were designed to entertain and sell newspapers. Today, the proliferation of misinformation is intentionally meant to sway minds and influence public opinion.
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