The Daily News Digital Collection

Founded in 1919, the Daily News has been called “New York’s Hometown Newspaper.” It is known for zesty headlines – perhaps most famously, its 1975 screamer, “Ford to City: Drop Dead” – intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics and a strong opinion section. It has won 11 Pulitzer Prizes, including this year’s public service journalism award for uncovering how the city used a little-known law to evict poor minorities from their homes. It is owned by publisher Mortimer Zuckerman and has been at the forefront of tabloid journalism.

In addition to a robust collection of articles, Daily News includes the latest breaking news and videos. Its team of journalists and editors cover the latest political events, celebrities and sports stories from around the world. Its mobile app lets you stay up to date with the latest local news on the go.

Daily News is a good choice for students who are interested in learning more about the world around them. This collection features a variety of articles, photos and video clips that are sure to be interesting for any student or teacher. The collection is also available on a variety of devices, making it easy for any classroom to access this content at home or at school.

Educators can use Daily News to help students develop important research and analytical skills. The collection includes current and archived articles, along with a wide range of other resources such as maps, photos, graphics, charts and data. Educators can use this collection to teach students about a variety of topics, including history, politics, science and business.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive provides access to digitized versions of the printed Yale Daily News (YDN) from January 28, 1878 through today. This collection was created through a generous gift from an anonymous alumnus, and has been made publicly accessible online through the YDN website.

Yale Daily News (YDN) is the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States and has provided a training ground for generations of leaders in American journalism, public service and private enterprise. YDN staff members have included prominent figures such as William F. Buckley, Joseph Lieberman, Lan Samantha Chang, Paul Steiger and Sargent Shriver.

The Daily News is one of the country’s most widely read newspapers. It is a morning daily that describes itself as “New York’s Hometown Newspaper.” The paper was first published in 1919 and began as a tabloid, attracting readers with sensational reports of crime and scandal. It also featured lurid photographs, and cartoons that depicted social problems and the latest fashions. It also featured a number of star columnists, among them Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill. In the early 1930s, it grew to be a major player in the national tabloid market. Its circulation dipped in the late 20th century, but it remained competitive with rival New York Post and other tabloids. In 1993, it was sold to real estate magnate Mortimer Zuckerman.