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    Challenges Facing Refugees

    Joshua Hammer talked about his piece in the April 2017 issue of Smithsonian Magazine, in which he highlights the challenges facing refugees. He spoke via Skype. This program was part of a…

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    Women Journalists at the Turn of the 20th Century

    Iowa State University professor Tracy Lucht talked about women journalists in the late-19th and early 20th centuries. She described the careers of some pioneers, such as Nellie Bly and…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social medai comments on the question, “Is the news media’s treatment of President Trump fair?” The question came from a previous day Newseum forum…

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    National Football League and Concussion Technology

    Ira Boudway talked about emerging technologies designed to detect concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and what this means for the National Football League (NFL). He spoke via video…

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    Media Smackdown

    Susan Wiesinger, co-author of Media Smackdown: Deconstructing the News and the Future of Journalism, talked about the history and future of journalism and news media. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

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    U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

    David Bier talked about his May 2017 Reason article on the challenges related to building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting…

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    Tom Nichols on Americans' Faith in Expertise

    Tom Nichols talked about his March/April 2017 Foreign Affairs article, "How America Lost Faith in Expertise: And Why That’s a Giant Problem. This program was part of a “Washington Journal”…

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    Q&A with Thomas Sowell

    Thomas Sowell, who recently ended the syndicated column that he had for 25 years, talked about his life and career. He also talked about his love of photography, which he has been engaged…

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    Ashley LiBetti Mitchel on Charter Schools and Pre-K Programs

    Ashley LiBetti Mitchel talked about her Education Next article in the Winter 2017 issue on pre-K programs at charter schools in the U.S. This program was part of a “Washington Journal”…

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    Michael Mishak on California and the Oil Industry

    Michael Mishak talked about his article in The Nation, “Big Oil’s Grip on California,” on the relationship between the oil industry and state regulators. This program was part of a “Washington…

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    The Accidental Life

    Terry McDonell talked about his book, The Accidental Life: An Editor’s Notes on Writing and Writers. He spoke at the 10th annual Savannah Book Festival.

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    Gridiron Club Annual Dinner Arrivals

    Guests were shown arriving in the lobby of the Renaissance Washington Hotel to attend the annual Gridiron Club dinner. The dinner features speeches and comedic sketches that satirize the…

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    Big Data in the Workplace

    Chelsea Barabas talked about her recent article in Democracy journal on how employers and other entities are using so-called “big data,” as well as how the relationship between workers and…

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    David Frum on Autocracy and the Trump Presidency

    David Frum talked about his Atlantic piece, “How to Build an Autocracy,” in which he details how President Trump could lay the groundwork for autocratic rule. This program was part of a “Washington…

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    Journalism and National Security, Part 2

    Panelists talked about recent leaks involving the Trump administration and relations between the media and government on national security matters. Speakers included Washington Post…

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    Journalism and National Security, Part 1

    Panelists examined the legacy of the 1971 publication of the Pentagon Papers, and how it changed the media’s relations with the government on issues of national security. Panelists also…

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    Representative Adam Schiff on Freedom of the Press

    Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) talked about President Trump’s attacks on the media. This was a brief portion of a remote interview from Munich, Germany, with Jonathan Karl on ABC’s “This…

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    Senator John McCain of Freedom of the Press

    Senator John McCain (R-AZ) spoke about the dangers of suppressing a free press. This was a brief portion of his remote interview from Munich, Germany, with Chuck Todd on NBC’s “Meet the…

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    World War I Newspapers' Effects on Soldier Morale

    Robert Nelson talked about how British, French, and German newspapers influenced soldier morale during World War I. Mr. Nelson also delves into the shortcomings of using soldiers' letters…

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    Influence of the "Alt-Right" Movement

    Ben Schreckinger talked about his piece in the January/February 2017 issue of Politico Magazine titled “The Alt-Right Comes to Washington.” Topics included the evolution of the term “alt-right” from…

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