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National Archives’ Emails Show Little Debate Over Altering Photo of Women’s March

The museum has released emails about its decision to blur some signs in a photo of the 2017 Women’s March that were critical of President Trump.
NYTimes.com - Published

‘Frustrated’: Tribes finally get hearing with National Archives about Sand Point facility closure

About 10 people held signs, such as “Tribal records are sacred,” outside of the National Archives at Seattle on Tuesday, doing what they could to call attention to the stunning announcement two..
Seattle Times - Published

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5 Things to Know About Presidents' Day [Video]5 Things to Know About Presidents' Day

5 Things to Know About Presidents' Day Before you celebrate America's past leaders this year on February 17, here are some facts about the holiday. 1. Presidents' Day celebrates the birthday..

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Virginia National Guard On Probation For Stealing WWII Gog Tags From Archives [Video]Virginia National Guard On Probation For Stealing WWII Gog Tags From Archives

A Virginia National Guard sergeant was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months of supervised probation for stealing World War II-era dog tags from the National Archives and Records Administration in Maryland.

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Man Sentenced To Probation In Theft Case Of WWII Dog Tags From National Archives [Video]Man Sentenced To Probation In Theft Case Of WWII Dog Tags From National Archives

A Virginia National Guard sergeant was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine in connection to the theft of World War II dog tags kept at the National Archives.

Credit: Geo Beats     Duration: 00:47Published

National Archives Blurs Anti-Trump Signs In Women's March Photo [Video]National Archives Blurs Anti-Trump Signs In Women's March Photo

The National Archives blurred anti-Trump signs.

Credit: Geo Beats     Duration: 00:42Published

 

Why You May Never Learn the Truth About ICE

The National Archives is letting millions of documents, including many related to immigrants’ rights, be destroyed or deleted.
NYTimes.com - Published

National archives: Asian American history

I have spent many hours at the NARA archives at Sand Point Way for my interest in Chinese American history. Nowhere else can I find such details of individual Chinese in the Northwest. Because of the..
Seattle Times - Published

National archives: Duty of a democracy

Re: “Save National Archives at Seattle, a link from past to present” [Jan. 25, Opinion]: While preparing a presentation on the camouflaging of Boeing’s Plant 2 during World War II, I found the..
Seattle Times - Published

US Archives confirms it won’t take steps to certify ERA

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A day after Virginia became the critical 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, the National Archives reiterated on Tuesday that it would not immediately take any..
Seattle Times - Published

Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson looking into decision to close National Archives in Seattle

The U.S. Office of Management and the Budget last week approved a recommendation to close the National Archives at Seattle despite opposition from senators from Washington, Alaska, Oregon and Idaho.
Seattle Times - Published

‘Terrible and disgusting’: Decision to close National Archives at Seattle a blow to tribes, historians in 4 states

The U.S. Office of Budget Management issued a decision on Friday to close the facility in Seattle's Sand Point neighborhood despite a last-minute plea by senators in Washington, Oregon, Alaska and..
Seattle Times - Published

Save National Archives at Seattle, a link from past to present

Closing the National Archives at Seattle and moving the records to Missouri or California does not reflect the mission and values of the National Archives.
Seattle Times - Published

National Archives replaces altered Women’s March photo with original version

Four days after apologizing for altering a photo of the 2017 Women’s March, the National Archives replaced it with an unaltered copy of the original, according to an announcement on the agency’s..
Seattle Times - Published

Virginia man gets probation, small fine, for stealing WWII dog tags from National Archives

A Virginia National Guard sergeant -- who previously faced 1 year in prison -- was sentenced to 18 months of supervised probation Wednesday after being convicted of stealing World War II dog tags..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

ACLU pressing Nat’l Archives on censored women’s march photo

WASHINGTON (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding answers from the National Archives in the wake of a scandal over politically motivated edits to a photo of the 2017 Women’s March...
Seattle Times - Published

Colbert Breaks Down How He Thinks Mitch McConnell Is Fixing Trump’s Impeachment Trial (Video)

colbert breaks down how he thinks mitch mcconnell is fixing trump’s impeachment trial (video)
Like many of you, Stephen Colbert isn’t too happy about the way Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is handling the Donald Trump impeachment, and on Tuesday’s episode of “The Late Show,” the..
The Wrap - Published

‘We Made a Mistake.’ National Archives Issues Apology for Altering 2017 Women’s March Photo


TIME - Published

National Archives apologizes for blurring anti-Trump signs in Women's March photo: 'We made a mistake'

The National Archives on Saturday apologized for having blurred out signs in a photograph of the 2017 Women’s March in Washington D.C. showcased at the museum -- saying it would review policies and..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •MediaiteUSATODAY.com

National Archives says it was wrong to alter images

WASHINGTON — Officials at the National Archives on Saturday said they would remove from display an altered photo of the 2017 Women’s March in which signs held by marchers that were critical of..
Seattle Times - Published

National Archives removes exhibit that altered images of Women's March

The U.S. National Archives, home to foundational documents such as the Bill of Rights, apologized on Saturday for altering images critical of President Donald Trump at an exhibit on women's fight for..
Reuters - Published Also reported by •Seattle TimesNYTimes.com

National Archives: ‘We made a mistake’ altering Trump photos

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The National Archives said Saturday it made a mistake when it blurred images of anti-Trump signs used in an exhibit on women’s suffrage. The independent agency is..
Seattle Times - Published

National Archives apologizes for editing Women's March photo

"We made a mistake," the Archives said in a press release.
CBS News - Published Also reported by •Seattle TimesNYTimes.comUSATODAY.com

National Archives blurs anti-Trump signs in image of 2017 Women’s March: report

The National Archives confirmed this week that it had blurred out signs in a photograph on display of the 2017 Women’s March in Washington D.C. that is now showcased at the museum. 
FOXNews.com - Published

Images of Women’s March Are Said to Have Been Altered

A photo from the march displayed at the National Archives was altered to blur signs that might be offensive, officials said.
NYTimes.com - Published

National Archives Censors Anti-Trump Messages from 2017 Women’s March Photo to Avoid ‘Political Controversy’

A massive, blown-up photo of the 2017 Women’s March on Washington, D.C., currently on display in the National Archives, has been altered to remove anti-Trump messages, in order to avoid “political..
Mediaite - Published

The National Archives preserve JFK assassination bullets with 3D scans

The 56th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination is later this month. Early next year, you'll be able to see, in almost nauseating detail, the bullets that took his life. The National..
engadget - Published

Virginia man pleads guilty in WWII dog tags theft

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — A Virginia National Guard sergeant accused of stealing World War II-era dog tags from the National Archives and Records Administration in Maryland has pleaded guilty to a..
Seattle Times - Published

National Archives probes Wilbur Ross’ use of private email

The emails came to light in a Washington Post article.
Politico - Published

The mysterious case of NASA's missing $1.1 billion moon lander

the mysterious case of nasa's missing $1.1 billion moon lander
· *In the 1960s, NASA commissioned Grumman Aircraft to build 15 space-worthy lunar modules for its Apollo program. * · *The fate of 13 modules is well-documented, and secondary sources suggest one..
Business Insider - Published

Reagan called Africans ‘monkeys’ in call with Nixon, tape reveals

The exchange between two former U.S. presidents on Oct. 26, 1971, was revealed in new audio released by the National Archives. It's the latest reminder of the long history of racism by American..
Seattle Times - Published

Recording reveals Ronald Reagan making racist remarks to President Richard Nixon

The National Archives first released the recording in 2000 but the conversation was cut out to protect Reagan's privacy.
USATODAY.com - Published

President Nixon had this 'Moon Disaster' speech ready in case Apollo 11 astronauts died

president nixon had this 'moon disaster' speech ready in case apollo 11 astronauts died
· *NASA's Apollo 11 mission sent three astronauts to the moon exactly 50 years ago, in July 1969. Two of them landed on the moon's surface and they all returned home safely.* · *But NASA knew the..
Business Insider - Published

National Archives confirm Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights safe after D.C. flooding

Dangerous flash floods have rocked the Washington, D.C. area on Monday, but the nation's founding documents are safe, according to The National Archives.
FOXNews.com - Published

Pence says 'give back' at naturalization ceremony

Vice President Mike Pence told more than 40 immigrants who became new U.S. citizens after taking the oath of citizenship at the National Archives in Washington to "find a way to give back for all that..
USATODAY.com - Published

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