The Newseum's new exhibit, "Every Four Years" features several parody artifacts from Saturday Night Live, The Colbert Report and the Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Bryan Schultz, director of exhibit services, tells how the World Press Freedom map is updated each year.
Freedom Forum media consultant Gene Mater talks about the Berlin Wall's history, what it represented and its ultimate demise.
The Newseum celebrates the 40th anniversary July 20 of the historic Apollo 11 lunar landing as Frank Bond surveys the scene.
In the 1930s, John Dillinger was Public Enemy No. 1 — the elusive bank robber who captured the public’s and the FBI’s attention. Seventy-five years after his dramatic death in a shootout outside Chicago’s Biograph Theater, FBI historian John Fox tells the Newseum’s Patty Rhule why Dillinger remains a compelling figure.
Nearly 6,000 people visited the Newseum April 11 to help celebrate the First Amendment and the museum’s first anniversary on historic Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Newseum’s Sonya Gavankar shows the fun that visitors had as they took part in the historic proceedings on America’s main street.
The Newseum’s unique communications systems and broadcast facilities make it home away from home for all the media covering the 44th inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Most of the TV networks and other media outlets have staked out prime spots in the Newseum, which is situated in ideal position along the inaugural parade route on Pennsylvania Avenue. The world’s most interactive museum has sweeping views of the U.S. Capitol and other Washington landmarks.
The Newseum’s Sonya Gavankar takes a nocturnal stroll through the building to document some of the shenanigans as the staff hunkers down on Inauguration Eve.
The Newseum’s Frank Bond talks with CNN anchor John King about new interactive, 3-D technology the cable news network is using.
The Newseum is getting a special wrap to commemorate President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration on Jan. 20. Senior exhibit manager Bryan Schultz explains the process.
Time is running out to complete your holiday shopping, and the Newseum’s Sonya Gavankar has some tips to make it easy.
First Amendment Center Vice President and Executive Director Gene Policinski asks Newseum visitors to name the Five Freedoms of the First Amendment.
National and international front pages trumpeted Barack Obama’s election as the first African-American president of the United States. See some of the headlines that brought the historic news to people around the world.
Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen. Joe Biden’s spirited 90-minute debate was front-page news around the country. The Newseum’s Sonya Gavankar asked Washington, D.C., locals what they thought about the debate.
World renowned chef Wolfgang Puck gives the Newseum’s Sonya Gavankar a tour of the kitchen at The Source, Puck’s award-winning restaurant located next to the Newseum.
The Newseum's Sonya Gavankar shows some of the FBI’s crime-fighting techniques and technology during an action-packed Family Day.
FBI agent Terry Turchie says that Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski was a true loner and ingenious at leaving no traces.
The Newseum Student Advisory Team shows how membership has great benefits.
FBI agents found a spartan dwelling when they arrived at Theodore Kaczynski's cabin in the woods near Lincoln, Mont., in April 1996. But inside were numerous clues to his life as the Unabomber.
For nearly 50 years, J. Edgar Hoover was the powerful ruler of the FBI, turning it into one of the world's finest and most recognizable crime-fighting forces. But power had its limits, as Hoover's iron-fisted leadership led to FBI abuses.
Watch this video to see how fun and easy it is to "Be a TV Reporter" — and then make plans to visit the Newseum and give it a try.
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