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This Saturday, we take a look at the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away from complications with cancer Friday evening. She was 87. News outlets across the U.S. remember Justice Ginsburg for the advances she made towards women’s rights, contributions towards healthcare and LGBT rights, and her achievements as the second woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. She is mourned by the many people she inspired. The news also contemplates how her death and vacancy on the Supreme Court will im...
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
In today’s news, we take a look at media coverage on the ongoing wildfires in the American West, tropical storms along the Gulf Coast, and other extreme weather. Plus, as campaigns are in full swing for the 2020 elections, states and counties are evaluating discrepancies in absentee mail-in voting amid the pandemic. These headlines were curated from Newse...
In today’s news, many school districts around the world continue to monitor attendance, community feedback, and how kids are feeling as students return to class. The wide ranging responses to learning during the pandemic is proving to be a difficult and sensitive situation for school administrators, educators, families, and students. Read more from Sunday’s news roundup. Frontpage headlines were curated from
This Sunday, newspapers take a closer look at how schools are handling reopening and remote learning, stormy weather and wildfires, and local issues and policies with the pandemic. These frontpage headlines were selected from Newseum: 
Happy Father’s Day! Today, many are celebrating and featuring stories about fathers around the world. Plus, with summer officially upon us, some countries and cities are grappling with the loss of tourism. People are coming to grips with what summer vacationing looks like in a pandemic. These headlines were curated from Newseum
In today’s news, states across the country are beginning to see more stores, restaurants, bars, businesses, and spaces reopen. As the United States enters the first phase of reopening after months of shutdown, new guidelines and public health procedures are being put in place. However, some states are experiencing upticks of coronavirus cases upon reopening. See the news featured on Sunday’s front pages, from
In all 50 states, protestors have held demonstrations against police brutality and racial inequality. The protests have taken many different forms over the weekend. People—i...
As a journalist, I’m always looking for new public domain and creative commons image databases. When students come to the library services desk asking for help with finding photos for a project or presentation, I am eager to offer recommendations—and probably provide more than necessary. And many of my favorites are those that feat...