The Daily News – A Brief Overview of the Day’s Happenings

Daily news is a brief overview of events that occur in the world of politics, business, science and more. The news is sourced from 100+ sources and is edited to be as unbiased as possible. This daily news brief is used by millions of people around the world to stay up-to-date on the day’s happenings.

Daily news articles are usually written to inform, entertain and stimulate debate on important current events. They are often based on reputable and reliable sources such as government agencies, research institutions and universities. The Daily News may also use opinion pieces and letters to the editor.

Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News was America’s first tabloid newspaper. It is known for its large headlines and photographs, intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, comics and a sports section. The newspaper has a long history of controversy and scandal, but is currently one of the nation’s top-selling newspapers.

The News has also been at the forefront of a number of technological advances. It was the first newspaper to use an electric typewriter, and in 1927 it introduced color photography with a special lens that could focus on small areas. The newspaper renamed itself the New York Evening News in 1936 to reflect its expanded coverage of news and entertainment.

In 1975, the Daily News won a Pulitzer Prize for breaking the story of the attempted assassination of President Gerald Ford by a man who later committed suicide. The following year the News won another Pulitzer for a series on police corruption, and in 1998 it earned recognition for its coverage of the beating of Abner Louima by NYPD officers.

By the 1980s, the paper was losing money, and in 1985, it incurred losses of more than $115 million due to a costly labor dispute that led to its hiring of non-union workers. The move was controversial and gained the newspaper a reputation as a union-buster.

After a series of scandals and financial troubles, the News was sold to the Tribune Company in 1995. The same year the News launched its BET Weekend insert for African Americans, and a monthly insert called Caribbean Monthly. In 1996 the News went on-line with its website, and in 1997 it began publishing a monthly supplement for gay and lesbian readers called Gay Weekly.

The Daily News has a number of local editions, including the Yale Daily News, which is the nation’s oldest college newspaper and serves the Yale and New Haven communities. Each edition features a range of news and sports stories, as well as opinion pieces, book reviews, arts and entertainment listings, and classified ads. The Yale Daily News publishes Monday through Friday during the academic year and also produces special issues in collaboration with Yale’s cultural centers and affiliated student groups. The newspaper is distributed on campus and throughout the community. The News is financially and editorially independent of the university. A version of this article originally appeared on the ASCO Daily News, the official conference reporter for the American Society of Clinical Oncology.