The Daily News and ScienceDaily
Daily News is a tabloid newspaper with large and prominent photographs, intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, classified ads and comics. The paper is published in New York City and is owned by the New York News, Inc. Founded in 1919, it is the first American tabloid newspaper to be printed. It reached its peak circulation in 1947 at 2.4 million copies per day.
The newspaper is a national and international news publication, covering a wide range of topics and attracting readers around the world. It has an extensive sports section. It is a member of the Associated Press and serves as its world headquarters.
Breaking News is a feature of our weekly online newspaper, News-2-You(r). This service is designed to support students with diverse needs in connecting with the world through interesting and important informational text that enables students to read and participate in a discussion.
A variety of breaking stories are presented from around the world, including the US and Canada. Keeping students up to date with relevant and important world, sports and entertainment news is important for their learning, growth and development.
The articles are grouped by topic and provide a rich source of current events that are accessible to students in grades K-8. They are written in three different Lexile levels and include an interactive component that helps students practice their phonics, reading fluency and vocabulary.
For more information, please see our article on How to Use Daily News in the Classroom.
ScienceDaily offers the latest news in scientific research and discoveries from leading universities and journals. It is a great resource for faculty and students who want to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the fields of health, science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
It provides a wealth of high-quality news, as well as links to sources and journal citations for each article. The site features more than 500 individual topics, grouped into 12 main sections: the medical sciences and health; physical sciences and technology; biological sciences and the environment; and social sciences, business and education.
The website is updated daily with news from hundreds of sources, providing the latest headlines and summaries on topics that interest you. You can also follow specific scientific research areas and read about recent discoveries related to those topics.
You can also download the E-dition of Daily News, which is a digital replica of the print newspaper that you can view on your computer or smartphone. This is a convenient and cost-effective way to keep up with the news.
The Center for Media Studies has published data on total circulation and advertising and circulation revenue for the U.S. newspaper industry since 2012. The data is based on the financial statements of publicly traded newspaper companies. The year-over-year percentage change in the total circulation of these newspapers was determined and used to calculate the revenue estimates.