The Daily News

Daily News

Daily News is a tabloid-style newspaper published in New York City. It is known for its sensational headlines and focus on local news and entertainment, with an editorial content that often reflects a liberal perspective. In terms of circulation, Daily News is the eleventh highest-circulated newspaper in the United States. The newspaper also has an extensive network of radio and television stations.

The Daily News was founded in 1919, and has been described as “New York’s hometown newspaper.” The paper is best known for its zesty headlines—perhaps most notably, “Ford to City: Drop Dead” during the financial woes of 1975—and gossip, city coverage, and star columnists such as Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill. The paper has won many Pulitzer Prizes for its reporting, and in recent years has been led by publisher Marty Zuckerman, who purchased the newspaper in 1996.

In the modern era of digital media, the Daily News has expanded its offerings to include online, video, and mobile platforms. Its website features a diverse collection of articles and multimedia content that covers everything from politics to sports to culture. Its mobile apps allow readers to access the paper on their phones and tablets, and the Daily News has a dedicated YouTube channel for its videos.

Its print edition remains a popular source of local news and information in the city, primarily due to its high circulation. The newspaper has a number of local bureaus, and is the only major daily to maintain an office at City Hall and One Police Plaza. The Daily News also publishes a Sunday edition, The Sunday News.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive is a digital repository of digitized issues of the Yale Daily News from its inception in 1878 to the present. The archive is freely accessible via the web and contains over 140 years of YDN reporting. The Archive is made possible by a generous gift from an anonymous Yale College alumnus.

Daily Current Affairs for UPSC

It is important to understand the larger context of a news story, so make sure to read articles from multiple sources. The more you can connect a news story to related contemporary issues, the easier it will be for you to answer questions during the exam. For this reason, it is important to dedicate time each day to reading newspapers and other sources of information. Investing in well-structured books designed for UPSC preparation is also helpful, as they often provide a consolidated view of essential topics.