Podcast: S.E. Cupp talks politics and “1776”

S.E. Cupp

CNN contributor S.E. Cupp talks about the 2016 presidential campaign and why she is sticking with the Republican party. Cupp is featured in the Newseum’s newest exhibit “1776 – Breaking News: Independence.”
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BuzzFeed podcast recorded at Newseum Nights now available

“No One Knows Anything”

The newest episode of BuzzFeed’s political podcast “No One Knows Anything,” featuring an interview with Sen. Al Franken, was recorded at the Newseum May 11.
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Eyewitness News with Al Primo

Al Primo

This special episode of the Newseum Podcast marks the 50th anniversary of the Eyewitness News format, which was pioneered by Al Primo in Philadelphia, Pa.
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Pulitzer Prize Photography: Saigon Execution

Saigon Execution

The latest episode of the Newseum Podcast’s Pulitzer Prize Photos series looks at one of the most iconic – and brutal – photos to come out of the Vietnam War.
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Pulitzer Prize Photography: The Oklahoma City Bombing

1996 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography

The latest episode of the Newseum Podcast features an interview with Charles Porter IV, an aspiring journalist who won the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the 1995 bombing of a federal building.
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Pulitzer Prize Photography: The Elian Gonzalez Affair

Elian Gonzalez

The latest episode of the Newseum Podcast features an interview with Alan Diaz, who captured this award-winning image of one of the biggest news stories of 2000.
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Pulitzer Prize Photography: Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima

Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery

The latest episode of the Newseum Podcast’s Pulitzer Prize Photos series features a 1997 interview with Joe Rosenthal of the Associated Press on one of the most iconic images in modern photography.
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Newseum Podcast Pulitzer Photos Series Continues

Irwin Thompson

This week’s episode features three The Dallas Morning News photographers talking about covering Hurricane Katrina.
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Newseum Podcast presents Pulitzer Photos series

Damon Winter

Hosts Frank and Sonya take listeners behind the scenes of some of the most iconic photographs in recent history to explore the stories behind the images.
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25 Years Ago: The Berlin Wall Crumbled

Fall of the Berlin Wall

On the night of Nov. 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall came down. East German authorities opened the border between East and West Berlin and the door to the fall of tyranny. The wall went up in the early morning darkness of Aug. 13, 1961, to keep millions of people from fleeing communist East Germany after World War II. It fell as suddenly as it had been built.
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