As the political hotbed of the USA, Washington DC has seen more than its fair share of newsworthy events, especially when it involves politics and some of the biggest events in the nation's history. The best journalists in the world jockey to DC in order to get the very latest information on the political climate of the most powerful country in the world. It's no surprise that the Washington DC Newseum was headquartered right in the city in order to promote the First Amendment rights of journalists to explain freedom of expression and their right to press. Millions of visitors enter the halls of the Newseum in order to explore its 15 galleries and 15 theatres, all chronicling the most memorable journalistic moments in American history. Everything from the 9/11 Gallery to the Berlin Wall Gallery introduces visitors to news coverage of these famous events that have taken place not just in America but also around the world, covered by the brave men and women of the press. You'll learn about the process on how the biggest events in history have become chronicled, and even a glimpse into the lives of some of the most famous journalists in America. Aspiring reporters, writers, and journalists shouldn't miss the chance to absorb the wealth of information in these halls.