The Newseum is displaying the defiant new issue of the Parisian satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
Hundreds gathered in D.C. Sunday afternoon in memory of the 17 victims of the terrorist attacks that took place in France last week.
Dozens of local Parisians gathered in the freezing temperatures Wednesday night to honor the 12 people that were shot dead by three masked gunmen at a satirical newspaper in Paris.
The Newseum in Washington is condemning the deadly attack against a French satirical newspaper in Paris and plans an evening display in solidarity.
The Newseum is displaying items from the protests and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, as an extension of the Washington museum’s exhibit about civil rights.
The chief executive of the Newseum and its parent organization the Freedom Forum is resigning from the museum of journalism and the First Amendment after three years at the helm of an institution struggling to cover its costs.
The Newseum in Washington is planning a special program to remember legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who died this week.
The Newseum will host a memorial for former White House press secretary James Brady, who died in August.
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It’s the last weekend to see the office of longtime “Meet the Press” moderator Tim Russert at the Newseum.