The Daily News is a morning newspaper published in New York City. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News and is currently the tenth-most-read newspaper in the United States.
During the late 1920s, it was the first successful American tabloid, drawing its readers with sensational crime coverage, lurid photographs and cartoons, and a flurry of newsprint innovations such as the wirephoto. Today the newspaper is owned by Mortimer B. Zuckerman, who in 2017 sold it to Tronc, a Chicago-based media company.
The E-dition is the Daily News’s online version of its print publication, providing a high-definition replica of every story in the newspaper. Designed to be accessible on desktop, tablet or smartphone, the E-dition allows you to enjoy the paper’s contents wherever you are, whenever you want.
The site offers a curated collection of the most important stories of the day, from the latest news and financial reports to company earnings announcements, stock price movement, mergers & acquisitions, business strategy and much more. It also features a nifty little tool, the Earnings Rank, that helps you find stocks that have beat their analysts’ expectations.
The website is a curated collection of breaking news from the world of science, technology and health, sourced from hundreds of sources. It features more than 500 topics organized into 12 main categories: the medical sciences and health; the physical sciences and technology; the biological sciences; and the social sciences, business and education.
Using a combination of RSS feeds and email newsletters, the website provides daily headlines on a variety of scientific research topics that are relevant to the public and scientists alike. The site’s design has been consciously curated to display the most pertinent information in the most clear and simple manner.
Great Lakes Daily News
Powered by GLIN, the Great Lakes Daily News is a collection of news articles of interest to the Great Lakes region curated each day by the Great Lakes Commission staff. The newsletter combines the best of recent coverage from regional and national sources to provide a daily digest of important Great Lakes issues.