Exhibits and Theaters: Temporary Exhibits

G-Men and Journalists

On display through Jan. 4, 2015

The FBI’s efforts to fight crime and its starring role in popular culture are examined in an exhibit now at the Newseum. With more than 200 artifacts — including the Unabomber’s cabin, Patty Hearst’s coat, and engine parts and landing gear from the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center — nearly 300 photographs, dozens of historic newspapers and interactive displays, the exhibit reflects the sometimes cooperative, sometimes combative relationship between the FBI and the news media.

Exhibit Update: War on Terror: The FBI's New Focus
The FBI's role in fighting terrorism before and after Sept. 11, 2001, is the subject of a new section of the "G-Men and Journalists" exhibit.

 

Location: CONCOURSE LEVEL