Newseum Partners With Amazon on a New Resource for Teachers

Amazon Inspire

Amazon Inspire will shape the future of K-12 education by helping teachers easily discover and share free, quality educational resources.
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Celebrating the World’s Champions for Free Expression

2017 Free Expression Awards

Save the date for the Newseum and Newseum Institute’s celebration of the 2017 Free Expression Awards on April 18, 2017.
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ESPN anchor Chris Berman honored at Newseum

ESPN anchor Chris Berman honored at Newseum

Veteran ESPN sports broadcaster Chris Berman received the 2016 Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media during a celebration held at the Newseum. The annual award was presented by the Newseum Institute during the weeklong Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference.
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Newseum Selected to Host IPW 2017 Press Brunch

U.S. Travel Association’s IPW 2017

The Newseum will host more than 600 international journalists during the world’s largest international travel conference.
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Inside Today’s FBI: Nabbing an American Mobster

Inside Today’s FBI: Nabbing an American Mobster

Marking the end of a 16-year chase, the FBI arrested crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger five years ago today.
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“Juxtapositions”: The Photos of Ted Polumbaum

Juxtapositions: Images From the Newseum Ted Polumbaum Collection

An upcoming book features images from Ted Polumbaum’s 40-year career covering newsmaking people and events.
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Newseum to Receive 2016 Education Commission of the States Corporate Award

Education Commission of the States

The award recognizes the Newseum’s commitment to and investment in improving public education.
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Video: Pear v. United States

Pear v. United States

The issues involved in the “Apple-FBI” iPhone controversy were argued Wednesday before a panel of First Amendment, cybersecurity, civil liberties and national security experts — and the verdict from audience members watching the mock Supreme Court session was split.
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Fallen Journalists Recognized at Newseum

2016 Rededication of the Journalists Memorial

Family, friends and fellow journalists gathered in the Newseum’s Journalists Memorial June 6 to recognize 20 men and women from 11 countries who were killed in 2015 while covering the news and whose names were added to the memorial.
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NPR Photojournalist Killed in Afghanistan

David Gilkey

David Gilkey, an award-winning photographer who covered war and conflict all over the world, was killed alongside his Afghan translator while reporting near Marjah, Afghanistan, on June 5, 2016.
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