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December 1st marks both Rosa Parks Day and World Aids Day, which we commemorate today while reflecting on current challenges we face in regards to both racial equality and public health. As we look to the past to see how to navigate the future, it's important to learn from the experiences that have paved the way to shape our present. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
Happy Saturday! I hope everyone got some fresh air and sun today as we continue to experience our beautiful, unseasonable global warming weather. Our weekend news features robots, food and adorable wildlife. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
Good day! Today's news is full of hits and features dinosaurs, trains, science, medicine and technology. What more could you ask for? As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
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.
It comes as no surprise that today's news is inundated with updates, speculations and grievances about the United States presidential election. Whereas most papers are sticking to the basics, reporting on local congressional and Senate races and the standings of each presidential candidate within the electoral college system, I was interested in the potentially overlooked ways that the results of this election will shape the both future of governance and the way that we vote. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on
As early voting wraps up with Election Day right on the other side of the sun, political tensions are nearing their highest. In a historically important election taking place under unprecedented circumstances, American news is inundated with updates, predictions and fears. It's impossible to avoid reading about the impact of the race at home, but how is the rest of the world following? The results of this election will have huge global impact, ranging from the climate crisis to international relations to health and safety. I took a look at what a handful of other countries are focusing on t...
On Monday, yet another innocent Black life was stolen by police. This time his name was Walter Wallace Jr. from Philadelphia, and although this happened only three days ago, I already struggled today to find front pages acknowledging his killing. This is not acceptable. Walter Wallace's story should be on every front page in the country; he deserved to live and he will not be forgotten. How many times can we ask "how many more" before this will actually stop? Today, in remembrance of Walter and in honor of his family, I've selected features that highlight ways that people around the world a...
Today's news from around the world sheds light on people and organizations doing their part to make the world a little bit safer and brighter for everyone. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
Good day! Today's news from around the world discusses same-sex civil unions and the Catholic Church, the folks volunteering to work the polls on election day, virtual special education success tips, the benefits of interdisciplinary mental health resources and international goals to curb climate change. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
Happy Monday to our TC friends and beyond. Today's news covers legislation that protects voters and tenants, a small newspaper that had a march composed for them, a generous woman who cleans tombstones for people she's never met and a Saudi artist who just won a Guinness World Record. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.