100-year-old headlines tell of baseball, protest, war
High-profile acts of photo theater
From President Obama skeet shooting at Camp David to walking on the moon, photographs of key moments have served as evidence of proof — or fodder for conspiracy theories. Here is a look at some newsmakers over the years.
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News photographs that have been called into question, legitimately or not, for one reason or another, include that of President Obama shooting clay targets on the range at Camp David, Md., in early August to prove his gun-rights bona fides. (Associated Press)
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