Johns Hopkins Plans To Buy Newseum Building In DC For $325MJohns Hopkins will acquire the Newseum building as the journalism museum looks to relocate.
Newseum Honors Capital Gazette Victims, Importance Of Freedom Of Press In New ExhibitThe Newseum in D.C. has a new installation on the deadly attack at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis.
New Exhibit About Attack On The Capital Gazette Opens At The NewseumA new exhibit about the attack on The Capital Gazette is now open at the Newseum.
Newseum Apologizes For 'Fake News' ShirtsThe Newseum in Washington DC, a monument to journalism and the First Amendment, has removed from its gift shop shirts emblazoned with the phrase "Fake News," saying stocking the items was a "mistake."
Newseum Features Nationals' First 10 Years In WashingtonAs 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.
Newseum CEO Departs After Financial ShortfallsThe chief executive of the Newseum and its parent organization the Freedom Forum is leaving the journalism museum after three years struggling to raise funds to cover its costs.
Newseum Highlights Ben Bradlee's History In NewsThe Newseum in Washington is planning a special program to remember legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who died this week.
Newseum Opens 'Pictures Of The Year' Exhibit In D.C.The Newseum is opening its "Pictures of the Year" exhibit to showcase some of the best photojournalism from 2013.
Anchorman Parody Of TV News Lands At NewseumWhile Dorothy's ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz" are prize artifacts at the Smithsonian, Ron Burgundy's burgundy "Anchorman" suit might turn out to be the most popular item at the Newseum in Washington.
Some D.C. Tourist Sites Open, Despite Talk Of ShutdownWhile museums on the National Mall will close for a government shutdown, many other Washington attractions plan to stay open for tourists.
Newseum In D.C. Makes Changes As Funding Falls ShortIn five years since moving to its new home overlooking the U.S. Capitol, the Newseum has become a major attraction with 4 million people visiting its exhibits about journalism and the First Amendment. Yet it's been struggling mightily to cover its costs.