Newseum and Newseum Institute Appoint New Trustees


Karen Appleton Page, R. David Edelman, Murray Garnick and Julie Henderson Join the Boards of Trustees of the Newseum and Newseum Institute.
Read More

Newseum Opens ‘1967: Civil Rights at 50’

“1967: Civil Rights at 50”

Exhibit tells the story of the rise of the Black Panther Party and the turbulent events of 1967.
Read More

Tim Cook Named Recipient of the Free Expression Award

Tim Cook

Cook to be honored at Free Expression Awards Dinner April 18 at the Newseum.
Read More

Newseum features StubHub’s “Always” VR experience

Always - StubHub

StubHub’s video “Always” selected as a Top Ten VR video of month.
Read More

Newseum to Host TEDx Pennsylvania Avenue

TEDx Pennsylvania Avenue

The event will feature cutting-edge presentations from leaders in philanthropy, technology, government, journalism and more.
Read More

Newseum CEO to Speak at SXSW

Newseum CEO Jeffrey Herbst and FBI Director James Comey

Jeffrey Herbst will discuss our rights under the First Amendment, particularly in this age of cybersecurity threats, with FBI Director James Comey at the annual conference in Austin, Tex.
Read More

Photos: Women’s March Passes Beneath the Newseum’s First Amendment Tablet

Marchers exercised fundamental freedoms of speech, petition and assembly
Read More

Newseum Selects Best VR Videos From January

Great Performers: Natalie Portman

The top 10 videos are exhibited in the Newseum’s VR Lab.
Read More

Newseum Hosts Release of NIC’s “Global Trends” Report

Global Trends: Paradox of Progress

The report analyzes global developments, risks and opportunities that will shape the next five and 20 years.
Read More

100 Years Ago, A Different March for Women’s Rights

Silent Sentinels

One hundred years ago today, a group of women known as the “Silent Sentinels” picketed the White House — for the first time in history — to demand votes for women.
Read More