A daily news is a newspaper that comes out each day and contains current events. Daily newspapers are often used in classrooms to help students keep up with current events and learn about their world. These papers can also be used to teach students about the importance of reading and how to analyze informational text.
The New York Daily News is an American morning tabloid newspaper founded in 1919. It was one of the first tabloids to become successful and dominated the market for many years. It attracted readers with sensational coverage of crime, scandal, and violence, lurid photographs, and cartoons. The newspaper grew to be the largest in the United States by 1930, but its circulation declined in the 21st century.
In its early years, the newspaper was a staunchly Republican paper, but supported isolationism in World War II. After that, it shifted its stance to support the Democratic Party and was considered a liberal newspaper. However, in the late 1970s and 1980s it reverted to its conservative roots. It remained a major newspaper with strong local news coverage, but fought an ongoing circulation battle with its rival, the New York Post.
From 1981 until 2023, the newspaper was owned by Johnson Newspaper Corp. of Watertown, New York. On May 1, 2023, it was purchased by Sample News Group of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, a company that owns 17 daily newspapers and 35 weeklies across six states.
A bus driver is facing criminal charges in Michigan after fatally striking a woman walking in front of him. The woman was crossing a downtown Detroit street during a green light when the bus struck her.
The General Manager of a television station in western Michigan has apologized for sending a memo to staff saying the station should avoid covering LGBTQ+ issues during Pride Month because it could be polarizing and cause people to turn away from the station.
A 22-year-old Real Madrid winger was racially abused after a home match against Valencia. The incident was caught on video and the player has been suspended by the club.
In a bid to re-energize its editorial and business operations, the New York Daily News launched an ambitious digital initiative in June 2018, introducing an online newsroom with a team of more than 200 journalists working to produce quality reporting, multimedia and video content for the website. The Daily News aims to offer a comprehensive source of local news and sports, along with national and international news, while continuing its long-standing commitment to breaking news and community engagement.
The Yale Daily News Historical Archive provides access to digitized versions of the daily news from 1878 to the present. This collection, available on the Library of Congress Web site, is an important resource for historians and scholars. The archive provides an unprecedented opportunity to see what a newspaper looked like over the past 140 years.