Daily news is a type of news that is published every day. It is written in English and usually includes the latest information about events, people, and other things happening around the world.
A feature of our weekly online newspaper, News-2-You(r), Breaking News articles are short stories that keep students up to date on important world, sports and entertainment news. These articles are a great way to support reading standards for informational text and to engage students in conversations about current events and topics of interest.
This website features breaking news about the latest developments in science, health and technology — from leading universities and scientific journals. It includes news about research, discoveries and inventions, from medical sciences and health to physical sciences and technology.
The site also includes stories about the environment, education and business, as well as science-related books, podcasts and video clips. The site provides links to sources, including journal citations (where available), and offers email and RSS feed alerts for topics of interest.
Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News was the first tabloid newspaper in the United States, and is still the largest-selling paper in the country. Its circulation is estimated to be 2.4 million copies per day in 2019.
For over five decades, the Daily News was a staunchly Republican newspaper with a conservative editorial stance. In the 1990s, however, it began to reposition itself as a moderately liberal newspaper and gained a reputation as a strong alternative to the right-wing New York Post.
It has also become a prominent feature of New York City culture. It maintains bureaus in all boroughs, as well as a local newspaper called Sunday News.
The Daily News building, a city landmark designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, was the News’s home until the mid-1990s. It is located at 450 West 33rd Street in Manhattan West.
Today, the News is part of a media company called The Tribune Company. It publishes a number of other publications, including a tabloid newspaper, a daily magazine, and a sports section. It also operates a television station and a radio station, as well as a Web site. Its main offices are in the Daily News Building, but it also maintains a bureau in New York City Hall and One Police Plaza. Its print edition is a daily tabloid, with sensational coverage of crime and scandal and large and prominent photographs.