The Daily News

The Daily News is an American newspaper, founded on January 28, 1878, in New York City. It is the oldest continuously published daily newspaper in the United States and remains independent from other New York newspapers and other major national or international periodicals. The paper has a strong reputation for being very reliable in reporting on local news, especially New York City. It has a very large circulation, and is a major source of information about New York and the city’s people, businesses, and politics. The newspaper is also known for its intense tabloid journalism, celebrity gossip and pictures, classified ads, comics, and a very large sports section.

The paper’s history is closely linked to the development of New York City, and the paper has been credited with starting many of the innovations in tabloid publishing that have become commonplace today. The paper was also the first to publish a television station, which at one point had call letters based on its nickname, “New York’s Picture Newspaper.” The News once maintained local bureaus in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens, and at one time shared space within the One Police Plaza building with other news agencies.

It has a wide range of coverage, including local and international news, as well as opinion pieces, features, celebrity gossip, business, science, and health. Its political columnists are among the most respected in the United States.

In addition to print editions, the paper has an extensive online presence with its own website and the site of its parent company, New York Media. The website features video clips, photos, and other multimedia. It is also home to the Daily News Live page, which streams live video of news events as they happen and provides real-time quotes from stock markets around the world.

A digital archive of The Daily News includes articles, photographs and other materials from the newspaper’s history. The archive is available through a subscription.

Several sources of Daily News are available to Yale users through the library’s electronic resources. The Yale Daily News Historical Archive contains digitized copies of selected issues of the YDN since its founding on January 28, 1878.

This collection offers a glimpse into daily life during the Great Depression, when the nation’s economy collapsed and mass unemployment became widespread. The collection provides a glimpse into the day-to-day struggles of people in New York City and across the country who were trying to survive and stay afloat during this difficult economic period.

This collection is a part of the New York City Digital Collections project, an effort to digitize and make available online the most comprehensive collection of historic New York City-related materials in the world. The project is supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The project is being developed in partnership with the New York Public Library. It is expected to be completed in 2023. The collections are available for use in the library’s reading rooms and online.