Good afternoon! Here are a few of today’s headline news stories brought to us by Newseum. The stories cover everything from wildfires on America’s West Coast, Japan’s newest leader, and parliamentary developments in Canada and the UK:
As national divisions about teaching America’s racial history deepen, today’s headlines look at stories about racial justice and education from the first five states of the Confederacy. South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, and Georgia seceded from the Union in the span of five weeks from December, 1860 to January, 1861, followed by six additional Southern states and the outbreak of the Civil War. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by
Happy Sunday! This collection of newspaper headlines across America take a look at how states all over the United States are tackling sports, from youth to professionals. With many schools opening the question of extracurriculars especially sports in both a school setting and club have been arising in abundance. There is no one size fits all solution as every state has been hit by the pandemic differently and have created solutions based on the severity they have faced. These headlines of daily news are courtesy of
Today’s roundup of daily news takes a closer look at the local coverage on the devastating wildfires in the American West. Cities and communities have been burned by the flames, causing many to evacuate to safety. Thick smoke has colored skies a sickly orange and is raising concerns over poor air quality. Read the stories below to find out more about how these fires are impacting communities, curated from
With the 2020 Census deadline looming at the end of September, today’s headlines look at local coverage from the five states with the lowest response rates as of September 9th, the most recent date available. Please note that many of these stories discuss grief and the final story includes discussion of suicide; the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached at 1-800-273-8255. As always, these headlines are selected from the front pages curated by
Today’s headlines start with divergent efforts to protect waterways in the U.S., and end with scattered responses to the housing crisis exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org. Indigenous Territory names and Treaty information are take...
International Literacy Day is observed annually on September 8. Following recommendations made on November 7, 1965, it was first celebrated by Unesco in 1966 to help raise awareness of the importance of reading and writing on a global scale. Recognizing this important day, and the multidimensional concept of literacy, which embraces different areas of competence and knowledge -- digital, financial, cu...
Today's selected headlines feature examples of both advances and challenges facing remote educational systems in the U.S., as well as inspirational stories of progress from around the world in the fields of science, medicine and social awareness. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org. The Oregonian, Published in Portland, Oregon
Welcome to the weekend news. Here are some of the latest stories regarding coronavirus in the United States. As always, these headlines are courtesy of Newseum.orgThe Salinas Californian, Published in Salinas, California
Happy Friday! This collection of newspaper headlines across America take a look at how states all over the United States are tackling education during a pandemic. With some schools slated to open this upcoming week, while others have been open for almost a month already, secure solutions are vital for the safety of all students, faculty and staff. Schools districts all over the country can look to each other to learn what has been working and what needs to be fixed. These headlines of daily news are courtesy of