Today we pivot away from election and coronavirus news to look at other stories and concerns. At the border, officials have been ordered to stop deporting unaccompanied minors entering the US. More states pursue marijuana legalization as a source of revenue. Boeing’s 737 Max has been cleared to fly again. High school students get practice with Zoom interviews and environmental groups continue to spread awareness of the dangers of plastic to marine life. As always, these headlines are courtesy of
In today's headlines around the world, many cities prepare for an upcoming vaccine for Covid-19, community members lead activities to help people combat the stress of every day life, a local high school undergoes an identity makeover, and a renewable energy plant deems promising for a town in the Midwest. As always, our selections are inspired and curated from the front pages provided by https://www.newseum.org/
On November 17th, 1558, Elizabeth Tudor at the age of 25 years succeeded her half-sister Queen Mary, to the throne of England. Daughters to the exuberant King Henry VIII, Mary was brought up as Catholic and became known for her efforts to reverse the English Reformation, while Elizabeth, was raised as Protestant and lent wittiness and temper to her strong-willed personality. Nicknamed the "Virgin Queen" or "Good Queen Bess," ...
“Do you see disaffected workers taking up armed struggle?” asked today’s headlines. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org. Indigenous Territory names and Treaty information are taken from the
Welcome to the Sunday news edition! Today’s stories continue to cover the recent election and the sustained fallout from the coronavirus pandemic in the US. As always, these headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org. The Huntsv...
This Saturday, we take a look at the education news and trends throughout the week. Many schools are facing yet more difficult decisions as flu season approaches and COVID-19 rates surge again in states across the country. Communities are trying to assess health safety. School districts are struggling due to staff shortages. Teachers are navigating remote education to continue to best serve students. These news stories are compiled from
Today’s headlines wanted to go home for the holidays, but who knows if that can happen, what with covid and the flooding and all. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org. Indigenous Territory names and Treaty information are taken from the
Currently, countries all over the world are continuing to combat the challenges of coronavirus and finding solutions to maintain traditions, hospitals and education. In international relations, the long-serving prime minister of Bahrain passed away yesterday and the US Secretary of State will begin a tour tomorrow of France, Turkey, Georgia, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudia Arabia. As always, these headlines are courtesy of
On November 11th, 1852, American writer Louisa May Alcott (November 29, 1832- March 6, 1888) published her first short story, The Rival Painters: A Story of Rome, in what many believe, The Saturday Evening Gazette; it tells of two painters who fall for the same woman. With love as a central theme in her work, Alcott would b...
Although we are still deep in the midst of a pandemic, today's news features hopeful progress and emerging plans that show promise. Keep reading to learn more about a potentially effective vaccine, President-elect Joe Biden's virus task force and updates on where we stand domestically and internationally in our fight against Covid. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.