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

Marchers exercised fundamental freedoms of speech, petition and assembly
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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.
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Newseum and Reporters Without Borders unveil banner for Austin Tice

The banner hangs in front of the Newseum on Pennsylvania Avenue to heighten public awareness about Tice’s captivity.
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Newseum receives final issue of shuttered Hungarian paper

The sudden closure of Nepszabadsag has raised concern regarding the state of Hungary’s press freedom.
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Sens. Cory Booker and Mike Lee Kick off BuzzFeed Brews Discussion Series at the Newseum

BuzzFeed Brews @ the Newseum

The first interview in the monthly series focused on criminal justice reform, but also covered issues ranging from congressional gridlock to Colin Kaepernick.
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Stories of freedom: Meet the illustrator behind “1776 — Breaking News: Independence”

Meet Tom Kaczynski, the illustrator of “1776 — Breaking News: Independence,” in this special video profile.
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CNN’s John King at the Newseum: ‘Expect the Unexpected’ on V.P. Picks

“Inside Politics” with CNN’s John King at the Newseum

A week before the start of the Republic National Convention, CNN’s John King led a discussion about the unpredictable 2016 presidential campaign.
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Philanthropist David M. Rubenstein on Freedom and the Newseum’s “1776” Exhibit

David M. Rubenstein with Newseum president and CEO Jeffrey Herbst

Rubenstein joined Newseum President and CEO Jeffrey Herbst on July 7, 2016, for a discussion on the significance and legacy of the American declaration of freedom.
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