Fifteen major galleries blend five centuries of news history — including the people, places and times — with up-to-the-second technology.
Fifteen theaters, including a 4-D immersive experience, feature films that highlight the world's greatest stories and moments.
The Knight Studio and Knight Studio on Pennsylvania Avenue have hosted numerous local and national broadcasts.
"Pictures of the Year" spotlights the best news images from Pictures of the Year International (POYi), the oldest photojournalism contest in the world.
The Newseum, in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution, presents "One Nation With News for All," a new exhibit that tells the dramatic story of how immigrants and minorities used the power of the press to fight for their rights and shape the American experience.
The Newseum, in partnership with Paramount Pictures, presents "Anchorman: The Exhibit," featuring props, costumes and footage from the 2004 hit comedy "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy."
The Civil War changed journalism in America. Follow the story as Americans did in the 1860s: through the front pages of newspapers.
See photojournalist Ted Polumbaum's powerful images of Freedom Summer, and explore news coverage of key civil rights events of 1964.
For the past 100 years, the FBI has tackled America's most dangerous criminals. Along the way, the press helped create — and sometimes shoot down — the FBI's reputation. Explore some of the bureau's top cases and the headlines they inspired.
Two great features of the Newseum's "JFK" exhibit, "Creating Camelot" and the original documentary "A Thousand Days," have been extend through March 16, 2014.
"Make Some Noise" explores the new generation of student leaders of the civil rights movement who exercised their First Amendment rights and fought segregation in the early 1960s.
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