News photographs showing protests at the White House, via the AP Images database.
Top, left to right: Anti-lynching (1946); Anti-nuclear tests (1958); Anti-Castro (1961)
Bottom, left to right: Anti-Vietnam War (1970); Anti-abortion (1982); Veterans chained to the fence to protest military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy on LGBT service members (2010)
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Digitized newspapers allow you to see news photographs in the context in which they appeared.
Front page U.S. newspaper coverage of disasters: Top, left to right: Hurricane Katrina (2005); the Cocoanut Grove fire (1942); Earthquake in Haiti (2010). Bottom: Earthquake and tsunami in Japan (2011); California fires (2018); Boston molasses flood (1919). (Click image for larger view.)
ProQuest Digitized Newspapers: Recent Newspapers
The digitized recent newspapers start with issues from 2008 and are updated approximately every three months.