Today’s Front Pages

Newseum Rededicates Its Journalists Memorial

The memorial will be updated with the names of 14 journalists who died in pursuit of the news in 2016.
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Notable Front Pages in 2016

In an eventful year of outstanding front pages, these 10 stood out for power, influence and the embodiment of a free press.
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News Ratings Trumped Credibility

Trump Triumphs

After one of the nastiest and most divisive presidential campaigns in recent memory, business tycoon Donald Trump is president-elect of the United States.
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Newseum’s Front Pages Capture History-Making Win

Cubs Win!

The Chicago Cubs overcame a 108-year curse, a 3-1 series deficit and a 17-minute rain delay to defeat the Cleveland Indians in the 2016 World Series.
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Newspaper Endorsements: Do They Matter?

Newspaper Endorsements: Do They Matter?

In the contentious 2016 presidential elections, how influential are newspaper endorsements of presidential candidates?
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History Has Its Eyes on Her?

For the first time in America’s 240-year history, a woman — Democrat Hillary Clinton — is the presidential candidate of a major political party. So why was Hillary missing on many front pages?
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Death in Dallas

Today’s Top Ten

A peaceful protest against police brutality in Dallas turned violent late Thursday, July 7, when snipers opened fire, killing five police officers and wounding six others. See how newspapers responded to the late-breaking news.
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Notable Front Pages in 2015

Notable Front Pages in 2015

In an eventful year of outstanding front pages, these 10 stood out for power, influence and the embodiment of a free press.
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Shooting in Oregon

Shooting in Oregon

Another city, another mass shooting. Many Oct. 2 front pages focused on the all-too familiar tragedy, with headlines emphasizing and questioning the redundancy.
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