The Daily News is a popular newspaper that publishes in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was founded in 1919 and is one of the oldest and most successful newspapers in the United States.
It is published as a tabloid newspaper. It was the first of its kind in the United States and is primarily known for its sensational coverage of crime, scandal, and violence. The paper is a subsidiary of the Tribune Company of Chicago.
Despite its large circulation and reputation as the first successful tabloid, the Daily News had difficulty competing with rivals such as the New York Post and the Boston Globe. In 1923, it lost its title as the most circulated newspaper in the world.
In 2017, the Daily News was sold by its owner to Tronc, a Chicago-based media company. The company also owns several other papers including the Los Angeles Times and the Miami Herald.
Today, the Daily News is a morning daily tabloid. It is the eleventh-highest-circulated newspaper in the United States and has a readership of 2.4 million readers a day.
The Daily News specializes in reporting on politics, crime, and sports. It also covers entertainment, celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics, and opinion.
While the paper focuses on local news, it often covers national events as well. For example, it reports on the ongoing war in Ukraine and tries to provide analysis and counter-narratives of Russia’s actions.
Daily News is a digital replica of the print newspaper available on your computer and mobile devices, featuring a simple user interface and the latest digital tools to enhance your reading experience. With a subscription, you can enjoy a high-quality reading experience anytime and anywhere.
Breaking News Stories
Each day, we bring you a variety of breaking news articles from around the world, sports and entertainment. These short, informational articles keep students up-to-date with interesting and important events, keeping them informed. The stories support students’ reading skills and reading standards by providing background information, a variety of question types, and a brief summary of the story.
Breaking News is ideal for teaching a wide range of skills, from informational text to comprehension and critical thinking. The content can be adapted to various learning styles and students can read the articles at their own pace, comment on them, and ask questions about the story.
The Breaking News feature is an extension of our weekly online newspaper, News-2-You(r). Both the Breaking News and the weekly editions are a valuable resource for students with diverse needs to connect with the world through reading about exciting news and current events.
Unlike the weekly edition, which is presented in two versions and is longer, the Breaking News article is shorter and is presented in both an Advanced and instructional level. The Advanced version offers the richest vocabulary and text, while the instructional level contains shorter text that supports students’ reading standards for informational text.