Founded in 1919, the Daily News was the first American newspaper to be printed in tabloid format. It has won eleven Pulitzer Prizes and is based in New York City. It is a subsidiary of tronc, the former publishing operations of the Tribune Company. The newspaper is headquartered at 4 New York Plaza in Lower Manhattan, with bureaus across the city and throughout New York State. The paper also publishes a Sunday edition and has a radio station (WPIX, now WFAN-FM).
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News-O-Matic: Daily News for Kids and Teachers
Every weekday, students around the world read interactive daily news articles that teach 21st-century skills. Thousands of schools incorporate News-O-Matic into their literacy, science and social studies curricula. Designed for all levels of learners, the site offers interactive lessons and activity ideas. The site also teaches critical thinking and media literacy.
News-O-Matic features multiple reading levels ranging from 400L to 1000L in the Lexile framework, and includes translations in Spanish, French, Arabic and Mandarin. Each article is also read out loud in authentic dialect by a team of global translators.
Use the search bar to find articles, or browse through text sets based on key topics in ELA, science and social studies. Each unit has objectives and essential questions that teachers can use to guide instruction.
Hometown Hero Award Winners
Every month, the Daily News honors a group of heroes from across the country with a special Hometown Hero award. This year, we’re honoring two NYPD deputies and a retired school administrator who are making a difference in their communities.
Lieutenant Jimmy Lee and his crew rescued two seniors from their burning apartment on October 29. They’re part of Ladder Company 45, a unit of the FDNY that rescues people from fires and other life-threatening situations in New York.
Ray Pereira and the FDNY: Helping Flooded Subways and Trains After Hurricane Ida
For decades, Tweedy has been a hero in her hometown of Maspeth by opening a soup kitchen to serve local families in need. Her efforts have made a significant impact in the community, earning her two Hometown Hero Awards from the Daily News.
When she isn’t helping flood-affected families, Tweedy runs her own dance studio in Maspeth. She also is a Peloton instructor and the CEO of Love Squad, which has helped thousands of people reach their fitness goals.