The Daily News and the Yale Daily News

The Daily News, founded in 1919, was once the largest-circulation tabloid newspaper in the United States. Its sensational coverage of crime and scandal and lurid photographs made it an early leader in tabloid journalism. The newspaper is published in New York City by Tronc Inc., which also publishes the Los Angeles Times.

The paper is available on the web and as an app, with a print edition still distributed Monday through Saturday. Each edition contains articles and features focusing on national and international politics, business, sports, culture, and science, as well as local news in New York City and the surrounding area. The website also includes a variety of interactive features, such as polling, blogs, and multimedia content.

In addition to the print and online editions, the Daily News has a television station in New York City called WPIX, whose call letters are taken from its nickname of “New York’s Picture Newspaper,” and a radio station branded as WFAN-FM, which is owned by CBS Radio. The television and radio stations remain in the Daily News Building, an official city landmark designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood for the Tribune Company.

Each article on the site is accompanied by comprehension and critical thinking questions, as well as background and resources to help students understand the news story. The site also provides access to original videos, maps, and other tools that are used to make the article more engaging for students. Each article is also accompanied by a “Teacher’s Notes” section that offers suggestions for how teachers can use the material in their classrooms.

StudentNewsDaily is free for teachers to use and fulfills Common Core standards. It is available on all devices, including smartphones and tablets. The website allows students to interact with the articles and find additional information about the stories, and it includes quizzes that can be completed on the site or through other apps. The site also offers a subscription option that gives teachers the ability to track student progress and assign activities.

The Yale Daily News, a student-run newspaper at Yale University, is the oldest college daily in the United States. It is published each weekday during the academic year and serves the Yale community. Several of the News’s editors and writers have gone on to prominent careers in journalism or public service, including William F. Buckley, Lan Samantha Chang, John Hersey, Joseph Lieberman, Sargent Shriver, and Paul Steiger. The News is editorially and financially independent of the university. The newspaper also produces a weekly supplement, the Friday News, and special issues such as the Yale-Harvard Game Day issue and the Commencement issue. The News is a member of the American Press Association and the New England Newspaper Guild. Its website includes a blog and is updated frequently. The Daily News is also available for purchase in print format, and its archive dates back to the earliest issues of the newspaper. The Yale Daily News Historical Archive is maintained by the Yale University Library.