The Daily News

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The daily news is a broad-based newspaper, featuring national and local news, politics, sports and celebrity gossip. Its award-winning writers, columnists and opinion formers provide New York City exclusives, as well as top-notch national and international coverage. Daily News readers also enjoy a wide range of local sports news, including the Yankees, Mets and Giants.

The newspaper’s long history includes many notable and controversial events, including the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, the 1919 New York World’s Fair, the 1932 summer Olympics and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The Daily News is the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States, and its website features an extensive archive of historic articles.

Founded on January 28, 1878, the Yale Daily News is America’s oldest college daily and remains financially and editorially independent. The News publishes Monday through Friday during the academic year, and produces special issues for major events, such as the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue, Commencement and First Year Issue. The News also publishes a weekly magazine, WKND, and several other annual and special publications.

Its history has also included significant struggles with the same forces affecting all newspapers: declining print circulation; the emergence of new media; and the overall shift in news consumption and advertising revenue online. The News has long struggled with its muscular hometown tabloid rival, the New York Post, and also fought to maintain its position as one of the nation’s leading newspapers. In recent years, the Daily News has been under financial pressure due to sagging subscription and advertising revenues.

In addition to the main newspaper, the Daily News has a number of sister publications, such as its entertainment section, Page Six; and various online offerings, such as The Daily Dot, an advice and tips site for young adults; and Daily Intel, an intelligence report aimed at business leaders. The News is currently owned by Tronc, a Chicago-based media company.

The Daily News is known for its unbiased content and is read by over 3.3 million people every day. It is available in both digital and print format, and its articles are divided into different categories: Culture, Science, Sports, Politics, and Business. Each category has articles curated by a team of editors from over 100+ sources. Each article is written to be as accurate and unbiased as possible. The website also provides questions and resources for each article to help students understand the news they are reading. It is free to use and can be accessed by anyone. The website is updated on a daily basis. Donations are greatly appreciated as they allow us to keep the website running. You can donate here.