The "Anchorman" star played himself at a lively, freewheeling program Dec. 3.
Two days before the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former Secret Service agent Clint Hill, Bob Schieffer of CBS News and CNN's Jake Tapper share their memories of that day.
On the opening weekend of "Anchorman: The Exhibit," the Newseum presents a special "Inside Media" with ABC7 reporter Arch Campbell, who has reported on movies, theater and entertainment in Washington, D.C., since the 1970s.
Join Matt Apuzzo and Dina Cappiello, lead writers for the Associated Press, as they discuss the AP's Nov. 11 special report on the hidden, dirty costs on the environment of ethanol, touted as a green energy source.
Sid Davis, a former reporter for Westinghouse Broadcasting, talks about his experience covering the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963.
Twenty years after the Religious Freedom Restoration Act was signed into law by President Bill Clinton, what is the state of religious freedom in the United States?
American University's American Forum and the Newseum Institute will host a timely discussion on national security and freedom of the press.
Former Warren Commission staffer Howard Willens talks about his new book "History Will Prove Us Right," which chronicles the commission's 10-month investigation of the Kennedy assassination.
Harvard Divinity School, Harvard Kennedy School, and the Religious Freedom Center at t he Newseum Institute will host a frank discussion about religion and politics in a changing world.
Academy Award-winning director discussed his controversial movie "JFK," and the events surrounding President John F. Kennedy's assassination 50 years ago.
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