The Daily News

Daily News is a newspaper published in New York City, New York, United States. It is one of the nation’s most widely read newspapers, and is known for its investigative journalism and use of sensational headlines. The newspaper has been a fixture in New York City for over a century. The paper was founded in 1919 and is currently owned by Tronc, Inc.

The newspaper has a reputation for being politically liberal, with a Media Bias rating of Left. It has often criticized Donald Trump, as well as sexism, racism and anti-Semitism. The paper is also a prominent advocate for gun control.

In the early 20th century, the Daily News had one of the highest circulations in the world. The newspaper was known for its sensational headlines and coverage of crime, politics, and sports, and at its peak was one of the largest papers in America. The Daily News was an important source of information about events in New York City, and its readers trusted the newspaper’s reporting and opinions.

After decades of circulation decline, the Daily News was sold in 2017 to the Chicago-based media company Tronc. The new ownership reportedly plans to continue the newspaper’s legacy while trying to adapt to a changing digital news landscape.

A recurring feature of the Daily News is the ‘Screamers’ column, in which readers send in their own headlines. These are typically outrageous or inflammatory in nature, and the paper publishes them as-is, along with a brief explanation of why the headline is appropriate for the paper’s pages.

The Daily News is also known for its long-running series of obituaries, and its infamous “Dear Abby” advice column. In recent years, the paper has shifted away from its traditional focus on crime and politics to a more community-based approach to local news. This approach has been successful in increasing the paper’s readership, but it remains to be seen whether this will be enough to sustain a sustainable business model for the Daily News in the long term.

In addition to the main Daily News publication, Yale Daily News is also the nation’s oldest college daily and has been editorially and financially independent since 1878. The News is distributed Monday through Friday during the academic year and serves the Yale and New Haven communities. It has a variety of special issues throughout the year, including the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue and Commencement Issue. The News also produces a weekly supplement called WKND and several annual commemorative issues celebrating the university’s Indigenous, Black, Latinx and Asian American communities.