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  • Justice Department Wont Be Extorted Over Articles of Impeachment Says Rosenstein
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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Rule of Law

    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein talked about the rule of law. May 1 is celebrated by the American legal community as a day to to honor the principle of rule of law. Toward the end of…

  • Student Journalists from Parkland Discuss Shooting
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    Student Journalists on Gun Violence and Protests

    One day before the student-led “March for Our Lives” rally in Washington, D.C, student journalists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, talked about their experiences…

  • Newseum Hosts Discussion on Gun Violence and Students Rights
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    Students' First Amendment Rights

    The Newseum hosted a discussion on students' First Amendment rights. Mary Beth Tinker was one of the featured speakers and talked to students about the importance of speaking out peacefully for a…

  • Newseum Tet Offensive Exhibit
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    Newseum Tet Offensive Exhibit

    We visited the Newseum in Washington, DC to tour an exhibit on the Vietnam War’s Tet Offensive and the Battle of Hue, where some of the most intense fighting of the campaign took place. We…

  • Alliance Defending Freedom Previews Upcoming Supreme Court Case
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    California's Reproductive FACT Act

    Legal experts previewed Supreme Court oral argument in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra, which the high court was to hear on March 20, 2018. The case concerns…

  • Discussion on News Reports on President Lincolns Assassination
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    Lincoln Assassination News Reports

    Carrie Chistofferson talked about the Newseum exhibit of New York Herald special editions published on April 14-15, 1865, which show how the news unfolded after President Lincoln was shot.…

  • US Marines and the Vietnam Wars Tet Offensive
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    U.S. Marines and the Vietnam War's Tet Offensive

    The Vietnam War’s Tet Offensive started 50 years ago on January 30, 1968, with Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces attacking more than 100 cities, towns and outposts across a broad swath…

  • The Newseum Presents the 2017 Free Expression Awards
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    2017 Free Expression Awards Ceremony

    The Newseum presented its annual awards at a ceremony recognizing those who have promoted free expression in areas of speech, the press, religious liberty, and arts and entertainment. One…

  • Sean Spicer Apologizes for HitlerAssad Comparison
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    The Press and the Presidency

    The Newseum hosted a forum titled, “The President and the Press: The First Amendment and the First 100 Days.” The discussion focused on the relationship between the media and President Trump. Participants…

  • Bill of Rights Debate
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    Bill of Rights Debate

    Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton re-enactors debated the need for a Bill of Rights. December 2016 marked the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights, the first…

  • Declaration of Independence and 1776
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    Declaration of Independence and 1776

    David Rubenstein talked about the Newseum exhibit “1776 - Breaking News: Independence.” The exhibit features an original July 6, 1776, edition of the Pennsylvania Evening Post, the first…

  • Lesley Stahl Discusses emBecoming Grandmaem
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    Becoming Grandma

    Lesley Stahl talked about her book Becoming Grandma: The Joys and Science of the New Grandparenting, in which she discusses the science behind being a grandparent.

  • Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery
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    Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery

    Patty Rhule and Indira Williams Babic gave a tour of Newseum’s Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery in Washington, D.C. The gallery includes a John Singer Sargent portrait of Joseph Pulitzer. They…

  • Discussion on Combating World Hunger
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    Combating World Hunger

    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was among the panelists at a discussion on ending world hunger hosted by the Newseum for the opening of their exhibit “40 Chances: Finding Hope in a…

  • Combating World Hunger Introduction
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    Combating World Hunger, Introduction

    Jeffrey Herbst introduced a special program to open the Newseum’s exhibit, “40 Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World - The Photography of Howard G. Buffett.” The program opened a video…

  • Discussion on Women Reporters in Vietnam
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    Women Reporters in Vietnam

    Women journalists talked about their challenges while reporting on the Vietnam War in the 1960s. They spoke about the shift from traditional roles for female journalists, such as writing…

  • Discussion on the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
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    Tenth Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

    Former New Orleans Mayor Marc Morial, Douglas Brinkley, and Shepard Smith talked about the recovery of the Gulf Coast ten years after Hurricane Katrina. They discussed federal, state and…

  • Discussion on Vietnam War Reporting
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    Vietnam War Reporting

    Journalists Bob Schieffer, Peter Arnett, and David Hume Kennerly talked about reporting from the battlefields during the Vietnam War and the role of the press during that time. They spoke at the…

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    W. Joseph Campbell talked about his book, 1995: The Year the Future Began, about the political and historical importance of the year 1995. 1995 was the year of the Oklahoma City bombing,…

  • Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton DDC on Civil Rights and Media
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    Civil Rights and Media

    Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) and Bill Plante talked about the civil rights movement and the struggle for voting rights fifty years after the protests in Selma, Alabama. They spoke…

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