A daily newspaper with the latest news from New York City and beyond. Award-winning writers, columnists and opinion formers deliver breaking news, intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, classified ads, sports, comics and a wide array of other content. No one covers the Yankees, Mets and Giants like the Daily News.
Originally founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News, it was the first successful tabloid newspaper in the United States. The Daily News became known for sensational crime and scandal stories, lurid photographs, and entertaining comics and cartoons. It has also been a major source for political reporting. The paper is currently owned by Tronc and has a left-leaning political agenda.
Current and historic news sources covering local, national and international events. Collections include articles, maps and photographs. Also available are documents, such as letters and telegrams, from the World War I period and early 20th century; and speeches from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Yale Daily News is the nation’s oldest college newspaper and serves the Yale community Monday through Friday during the academic year. In addition to the daily newspaper, the News publishes several special issues each year including the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue and Commencement Issue and is committed to highlighting the voices of its diverse student communities.
Covering the world’s top news stories with clarity and perspective, The Week is an antidote to the noise and spin that bombard us from every direction. Each day, The Week editors curate the best stories from dozens of the most trusted sources on the planet and deliver them in the concise, twice-daily format you know and love.
Search and view full-color, full-page reproductions of front pages from newspapers throughout the United States and many nations worldwide. Browse by country, region or city to find front pages from a specific area or time period.
Discover historical newspapers from the past with this collection of over 2,500 titles including newspapers, newswires, and magazines in full-text format. From the most recent global news to archives that stretch back into the 1980s, Newsstream has the most comprehensive news collection available.
Featuring primary source material essential to the study of African American history and culture, this resource offers access to key moments in black history. From the Great Migration and Civil Rights to the election of America’s first black president, Michigan Chronicle provides a wealth of content for researchers.
With a valid New York Public Library card, you can use this online resource to discover current and historic newspapers from the comfort of your own home. Previously known as Gannett Newsstand, this collection contains hundreds of full-color, full-page reproductions for thousands of newspapers worldwide. Its collection of American and international titles includes full-text for leading newspapers, as well as historical archives of The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and a number of other renowned publications. The collection is also home to the ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Le Monde database, providing researchers with access to important French, European and international newspapers from the 16th century to the present.