Is There a Santa Claus? Yes, Virginia

Virginia O’Hanlon

American journalism’s best-known editorial, a timeless tribute to childhood and the Christmas spirit, marked its 117th anniversary this year.
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Remembering the Journalists We Lost

In Memoriam 2014

As 2014 comes to an end, the Newseum recognizes notable men and women who passed away this year whose contributions to journalism will not be forgotten.
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Ferguson protest artifacts now on display

Ferguson artifacts

Newseum curators selected a variety of objects related to reporting on the protests and the demonstration of First Amendment rights.
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Meet the Boomer List: Rosie O’Donnell

The Boomer List

As host of her own TV talk show, O’Donnell was dubbed the “Queen of Nice” for her friendly banter, but she’s never been afraid to speak her mind.
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Remembering Richard Hottelet

Richard C. Hottelet

Richard C. Hottelet, war correspondent, lecturer, and the last of the original “Murrow Boys,” died in his sleep Dec. 17 at his home in Wilton, Conn. He was 97.
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Student Journalists Contribute to News Coverage of Brown/Garner Cases

Ilse Gonzalez

While mainstream media outlets have dominated news coverage of the Brown and Garner trials, student journalists have also addressed the story in their own newspapers.
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Alice Rogoff Rubenstein speaks at Newseum

Newseum Program with Alice Rogoff Rubenstein

The owner of Alaska Dispatch News discussed the unique challenges of running a newspaper in the Alaskan frontier.
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Stop the Press!

Supreme Court

This is a case for the Supreme Court.
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Remembering Michel du Cille

Michel du Cille

Michel du Cille, a photojournalist at The Washington Post who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize three times for his esteemed work, died Dec. 11 of an apparent heart attack while on assignment in Liberia. He was 58.
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Meet the Boomer List: Deepak Chopra

The Boomer List

Dubbed “the poet-prophet of alternative medicine” by Time magazine, Chopra has reached millions through TV and books.
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