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“Be not afraid,” said today’s headlines, all 36 eyes blinking. “Whoa,” I gasped. “I read about this!” They rolled their eyes in a mesmerizing show of scepticism. “Ok, maybe not the primary sources,” I conceded. “It’s fine,” they muttered. “You should probably be focusing on How ...
Today’s headlines can barely be understood over the klaxons and flashing lights. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org. Indigenous Territory names and Treaty information are taken from the
“Shana Tovah!” exclaimed today’s headlines. “Yes,” I concurred, “it’s nice to have something to celebrate.” Together, we look at how the faithful are celebrating Rosh Hashanah across the country, as well as how others folks are honoring memories of the fallen on this day. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org
Today’s headlines reimpose an 1861 map on the present day U.S. to look at how Civil War history is being observed, and conversations about police violence are unfolding, in the latter six states to secede. One by one, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and...
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
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...
Today’s headlines look at some of the natural habitats recovering around the U.S., as well as the persistent issue of police abuse. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org. Indigenous Territory names and Treaty information are taken from the
Today’s headlines look at international coverage of events in the United States, as Hurricane Laura, the Republican National Convention, and American athletes’ unprecedented strikes in protest of police violence make front pages around the world. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org
Today’s headlines break with convention to look at two stories from Wisconsin, the latest site of unrest after another police shooting of an unarmed Black man. Next, we look at changes in the COVID-19 case rate throughout the United States. Note that headlines ending with an asterisk (*) appeared on the newspaper’s front-page, but not on its website. As always, these headlines are selected from the front pages curated by