The admission fee, for once, is more than balanced out by the collection of this non-free museum in DC. The display of historic newspapers, Tim Russert's office, and the views on Pennsylvania Ave are impressive. Equally impressive is the G-Men exhibit, featuring the Unabomber's cabin, Richard Reid's shoe bomb, and firearms used by a number of famous gangsters like Pretty Boy Floyd.
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