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The Daily News – The Morning Paper That Holds Your Attention

Daily News: The Morning Paper that Holds Your Attention

For over a century the New York Daily News has been New York City’s most popular newspaper. Founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News, it was the first successful tabloid in America and at one time held a daily circulation of more than 2.4 million copies. Today, it is a division of the Chicago-based Tribune Company.

The Daily News is known for its lurid photos and sensational headlines. The paper has been the subject of a number of notable scandals, such as the Teapot Dome Scandal and the death of a journalist named Ruth Snyder in 1928.

Its a great way to find out what’s going on around town and around the world. Read about the latest breaking news in politics, crime, sports and more – all in an easy-to-use app that is full of interactive features.

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Breaking News

With Breaking News, you’ll get an overview of current events from around the globe with news stories that include a brief description of the event and links to background information. This feature helps students keep up to date on important world and local news that they might otherwise miss.

In the classroom, Breaking News can be a useful tool in helping students learn how to navigate complex informational text and use it to their advantage. Teachers can use this material as a way to introduce topics and concepts, or as a way to get students thinking about how they would cover similar stories in the future.

The Daily News has an extensive multimedia library of over 1.2 million exclusive breaking news, expert interviews and weather videos. These are searchable by location, date and keyword and provide a more comprehensive view of the news.