As the Washington Nationals celebrate their first decade in the nation’s capital, the Newseum is opening a new exhibit spotlighting 10 of the team’s most newsworthy moments.
John Foley appreciates the fact that his son James, the American journalist beheaded in Syria by the Islamic State group last year, has been honored on a memorial to journalists who lost their lives while reporting the news.
“Reporting Vietnam,” a new exhibit marking the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, is now open for visitors at the Newseum in D.C.
Teachers can make an enormous impact on the education and personal lives of a student. Whether it is a music teacher, art teacher, science teacher, English teacher or any other subject, a teacher is one of the most important professions. Celebrate teachers on National Teacher Day on May 5 with these great events.
Washington DC is best known for its historic buildings, monuments and museums. Check out this list of five must-see museums and see exactly what our nation’s capital has to offer.
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.