A daily newspaper based in New York City with a wide range of national and local news, plus intense city news coverage, politics and the latest gossip and sports. No one covers the Yankees, Mets, Giants and Jets like the Daily News. Daily News award-winning writers, columnists and opinion formers bring you the news and commentary that make this city special.
This archive is a digital version of the print edition. It includes all the stories published in the paper on a given day, including articles, photographs, classified ads and comics. In addition, this edition allows for full-text searching, and it has a built-in dictionary with definitions of terms in the text. The archives include more than 180,000 searchable issues from 1919 to 2023.
Founded on January 28, 1878, the Yale Daily News is America’s oldest college newspaper. It is financially and editorially independent of the university, publishing Monday through Friday during the academic year. In addition to its regular weekly issue, the News publishes several specialty issues each year celebrating the diversity of the Yale community.
The News has a long and varied history, from its origins as the first U.S. daily printed in tabloid format to its current position as the ninth highest-circulation paper in the nation, owned by tronc and headquartered in the landmark New York Times Building (also known as Manhattan West). Over the years, the News has adopted a broad range of political positions and has been described as both centrist and liberal, though it has a stronger lean toward the left.
Today, despite widespread fears that local journalism is dying, newspapers in small communities across the country are finding ways to survive. In Death of the Daily News, Andrew Conte offers a fascinating and necessary anatomy of what happens when a town loses its newspaper—and how it may be saved. This is a powerful look at the importance of local news, and it serves as a call to action for anyone who cares about the future of media.