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Kellyanne Conway Told To Her Face: 'You Are The Darkness'

Kellyanne Conway Told To Her Face: 'You Are The Darkness'

Hollywood Reporter media columnist Michael Wolff went there, "This coverage of you... 'Democracy dies in darkness,' Because I'm gonna tell you, when they say, 'Democracy dies in darkness,' you're the
The Newseum Is Increasingly Relevant, but Can It Survive?

The Newseum Is Increasingly Relevant, but Can It Survive?

One gallery at the Newseum includes materials dealing with the 9/11 attacks, including newspaper front pages from the day after.
5 Takeaways from a TimesTalks with Senators Corker and Warner

5 Takeaways from a TimesTalks with Senators Corker and Warner

Senators Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee, and Mark Warner, Democrat of Virginia, discussed waning bipartisanship during a New York Times event.
Senators Warner and Corker Speak With The Times on Withering Bipartisanship

Senators Warner and Corker Speak With The Times on Withering Bipartisanship

In an era where comity is fleeting and the art of the deal appears closed for business, some senators are lamenting the sunset of bipartisanship.

Step inside the Unabomber investigation in VR

In 1996, law enforcement officials arrested Ted Kaczynski, aka the Unabomber, after nearly two decades of investigation. But it wasn't until the Washington Post and the New York Times published
Newseum: Monument to America’s Most Disgraced Institution in Talks to Sell

Newseum: Monument to America’s Most Disgraced Institution in Talks to Sell

The Washington D.C.-based Newseum is a massive failure, bleeding red ink and in serious talks to sell out and relocate.
Parkland Student Journalists on Covering the Shooting and Aftermath: ‘It’s a Balancing Act’

Parkland Student Journalists on Covering the Shooting and Aftermath: ‘It’s a Balancing Act’

WASHINGTON — The day before hundreds of thousands are expected at a march on Washington to address gun violence, five high school student journalists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School told of

Rosenstein Scoffs At Impeachment Threats: 'They Can't Even Resist Leaking Their Own Drafts'

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein clapped back at his critics in the White House and Congress during a moderated panel at the Newseum earlier today. Republicans leaked eight articles of
Perfection: “Fake News” t-shirts and MAGA hats now being sold by … the Newseum

Perfection: “Fake News” t-shirts and MAGA hats now being sold by … the Newseum

Endgame. The post Perfection: “Fake News” t-shirts and MAGA hats now being sold by … the Newseum appeared first on Hot Air.
Newseum Defends ‘Fake News’ T-Shirts as Satire — But Journalists Are Concerned
Newseum pulls ‘fake news’ t-shirts, but ‘MAGA’ hats still for sale

Newseum pulls ‘fake news’ t-shirts, but ‘MAGA’ hats still for sale

Officials at the Newseum backtracked Saturday after facing intense criticism, and said they will no longer sell “fake news” t-shirts online or at the museum’s gift shop. The museum, though, will

Newseum stops selling Trump-related ‘fake news’ merchandise after journalist meltdown

The Newseum, the Washington D.C.-based journalism museum, caved to the online outrage mob over the weekend and removed merchandise that pays homage to President Donald…
Alice Dunnigan, First Black Woman to Cover White House, Will Get Statue at Newseum

Alice Dunnigan, First Black Woman to Cover White House, Will Get Statue at Newseum

A sculpture of Alice Allison Dunnigan, modeled on this 1947 photograph of her outside the Capitol, will honor her with a 6-foot bronze statue at the Newseum, a museum in Washington dedicated to the
Alice Dunnigan, First Black Woman to Cover White House, Will Get Statue at Newseum

Alice Dunnigan, First Black Woman to Cover White House, Will Get Statue at Newseum

A 6-foot bronze statue of Alice Allison Dunnigan, modeled on this 1947 photograph of her outside the Capitol, will honor her at the Newseum, a museum in Washington dedicated to the press and the First
Newseum Building to Be Sold to Johns Hopkins for $372.5 Million

Newseum Building to Be Sold to Johns Hopkins for $372.5 Million

The Newseum, with the First Amendment facade.