The Freedom Forum's Newseum is the nation's only museum devoted to the history of journalism. Here is a Newseum gallery of heroesâ€”or rogues, depending on your point of viewâ€”of the news trade in America over the last 350 years. As the Newseum's executive director Joe Urschel says in his introduction, â€”News, we need. It's the people who bring it to us we have trouble with.â€” Represented here by a photograph and brief excerpts from their writings, they range from â€”political animalsâ€” such as Alexander Hamilton and William F. Buckley to war reporters Paul Revere and Peter Arnett to literary journalists like Ernest Hemingway and Joan Didion. Sex has been a hot topic since the beginning: in 1690 the first (and only) edition of Publick Occurrences (it was subsequently suppressed) contained a scandalous piece of news about King Louis XIV of France. Devotees of the First Amendment will be amply gratified by browsing through this volume of memorable news men and women.