Daily News is a New York City newspaper founded in 1919 that is printed in tabloid format. Currently, it is owned by Tronc and has an average circulation of around 200,000 per day. Its editorial stance has varied throughout its history, but it has generally been a moderate to liberal publication that contrasts with the more right-wing New York Post.
The New York Daily News is the ninth most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States, with a total readership of around 200,000 people per day. It was founded in 1919 and is one of the first newspapers to be printed in tabloid format. Initially, it was a staunchly Republican newspaper that promoted isolationism in the early stages of World War II. In the later decades, it shifted its stance and became more moderate to liberal.
Each article in the Daily News features comprehension and critical thinking questions that are designed to engage students as they read about important current events. We also provide “Background” and “Resources” (including video clips, maps and links) below the questions to give students a deeper understanding of each story. This is an excellent way to help students become active readers and learners, and to increase their confidence and independence.
In addition to the original print edition, the Yale Daily News publishes a digital supplement known as WKND, the Friday issue of the YDN Magazine and special issues throughout the year that celebrate Yale’s Indigenous, Black, Latinx, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. The YDN Historical Archive offers access to digitized versions of the Daily News’ printed issues dating back to 1878.
For more than 30 years, ITN’s award-winning camera operators have captured some of the most significant moments in recent history, from the fall of the Berlin Wall to exclusive footage of Nelson Mandela in hiding and unprecedented access to Royal engagements. ITN’s newsgathering platform delivers the most up-to-the-minute agenda-setting news footage in the world.
Powered by Stringr, the Great Lakes Commission’s news feed gathers professional media coverage of the Great Lakes and selects articles that may be of interest to the region’s citizens. It’s a convenient and reliable source of information about the Great Lakes and is delivered via email every day.