The Newseum in Washington is laying off staff members at the museum about journalism and the First Amendment for the fourth time since its reopening in 2008, eliminating 16 positions this week.
The Newseum, which is located on the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route in Washington, plans to offer a special package for viewing the next presidential inauguration.
The best exhibits this fall promise to teach and enlighten with everything from politics to natural history.
The Redskins host their first home preseason game on Saturday, and to celebrate the official arrival of their new quarterback the Newseum is unveiling a giant Robert Griffin III mural.
With school is around the corner, this is the ideal time for busy families to let their candle burn at both ends and enjoy all that D.C. has to offer. Get the kids out of the house and soak up the last few days of summer in Penn Quarter, one of the area’s best places to play before school starts.
There is no shortage of things to do in DC. Whether it’s visiting museums, monuments or art galleries, the options are nearly limitless. DC is home to photography galleries as well. Whether you enjoy modern, historical or artful photos, DC has got you covered.
New media and the stories shaped by online culture and social networks now have a place in the Newseum, a Washington museum devoted to the history of news.
Organizers behind the National Law Enforcement Museum being built in Washington have named the Newseum’s former executive director to help lead the new museum.
Looking for the museum that is not just old painting and statues. Be sure to visit the Crime and Punishment Museum, International Spy Museum and Newseum.
Preteens can be some of toughest tourists to please. Fortunately, Washington’s best stuff for tweens (9 to 12) not only entertains, but educates.