Author Lee A. Craig talked about "Josephus Daniels: His Life and Times," his new biography of politician and newspaper publisher Josephus Daniels.
Religion News Service and the Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute explored the legal questions faced by leading journalists and media experts reporting on religion in Pakistan, Russia, Denmark, Saudi Arabia and China.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth (#20) visited the Newseum for a special program in the Knight TV Studio where he discussed his racing career and the upcoming Toyota Owners 400 race at Richmond International Raceway.
Former Health and Human Services Secretary Louis W. Sullivan talks about his new memoir, "Breaking Ground: My Life in Medicine," which recounts his life from his childhood in Jim Crow south Georgia through his extraordinary career.
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters Wendy Ruderman and Barbara Laker talk about their new book "Busted: A Tale of Corruption and Betrayal in the City of Brotherly Love."
The 16th annual National Freedom of Information Day conference brings together groups from all areas concerned with freedom of information and open records.
The Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute hosted a provocative and timely discussion about the assault on free speech taking place on campuses throughout the country.
Local broadcasting legend Johnny Holliday, who hosts the Washington Nationals pregame and postgame shows on the MASN Network, previews the 2014 baseball season and shares stories from his long career in sports broadcasting.
Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday previews the 86th annual Academy Awards and discusses some of the biggest hits — and misses — of the year.
The Muslim Public Affairs Council and Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute hosted a conversation on the role of African American Muslims in the development of American Muslim identity.
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