The Daily News

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The Daily News is a morning newspaper published in New York City. It is a subsidiary of the Chicago-based Tribune Company and is one of the most popular newspapers in the United States. The Daily News has been in operation since 1919 and is regarded as one of the first successful tabloid newspapers.

Founded by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News, it became known for sensational coverage of crime, scandal and violence, as well as lurid photographs and cartoons. It was the first US daily paper to be printed in tabloid format and reached peak circulation in 1947 at 2.4 million copies per day.

Its headquarters are at 450 West 33rd Street in Manhattan West, New York City. The building was designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood in 1929, and it remains an official city landmark. It is still used as the headquarters of the Associated Press and of WPIX-TV, the former TV station of the Daily News.

For over five decades, the Daily News was a staunchly Republican newspaper, and it espoused conservative populism. In the 1970s, however, it began to shift its stance towards a more flexible centrist position. It has also been a strong voice against the Vietnam War and has supported the movement to abolish the death penalty.

The newspaper is a national news outlet that covers the United States and international events. It publishes a newspaper daily, which is also available in digital format. The Daily News is a subsidiary of the Tribune Company, and it is one of the most popular newspapers in the world.

Breaking News

The Breaking News feature of our weekly online newspaper, News-2-You(r), keeps students up-to-date on interesting and important world, sports and entertainment news. Its content is adapted to help students with diverse needs meet their reading standards for informational text and provides comprehension and critical thinking questions that can be used in a variety of ways.

Keeping up with the news is important for all citizens of the world and helps students build an awareness and understanding of their community, country and the larger world. It also enhances students’ reading, re-telling and summarizing skills while giving them an opportunity to practice their speaking and listening.


The ScienceDaily website features breaking news and stories on topics relating to scientific research, discoveries and developments in science. Its articles are sourced from press materials provided by hundreds of sources worldwide. The website is divided into 12 main topics, covering the medical sciences and health; physical sciences and technology; biological sciences and the environment; and social sciences, business and education.