The Daily News

The Daily News is a tabloid newspaper founded in 1919 that focuses on New York City. It is currently owned by Tronc, the publisher of the former Tribune Company, and is headquartered in Manhattan. It is one of the largest daily newspapers in the United States. The News has a long history of investigative journalism, as well as an early commitment to photography and social intrigue—its headlines in the 1920s often featured political wrongdoing or royal romance, such as the scandal surrounding Wallis Simpson’s marriage to King Edward VIII that led to his abdication.

The News has a liberal bias and often features stories that criticize President Trump, though it has recently toned down its anti-Trump rhetoric. The paper also frequently covers social issues, including discrimination against immigrants and gay people. In recent years, the paper has been struggling with declining advertising revenue and subscriber numbers. In addition to its print and digital news outlets, the Daily News has a radio station and an outdoor advertisement company.

In the past, the Daily News was a major source of information for city residents, especially in the days before television and the internet were widely available. Many city dwellers listened to the News on the radio or read it in their homes. In addition, the News provided extensive coverage of local sports events, such as the annual New York City Marathon. The Daily News also provided a wide range of classified ads and other business information.

Today, the paper has a website, which is often accessed through an app on mobile devices. The site offers news articles and opinion pieces, as well as celebrity gossip and other entertainment stories. It also has a large section dedicated to city news and politics.

Readers can submit comments and questions for the News’ editors to review and publish. The site also has an extensive archive of photos and videos.

The Yale Daily News is the oldest college newspaper in the United States, published every weekday when the university is in session. It is a forum for student expression and debate and has spawned numerous journalists and public figures, including William F. Buckley, John Hersey, Samantha Power, Joseph Lieberman, and Sargent Shriver.

The Daily News has a BBB rating of A-, which means that it is trustworthy and provides an excellent product or service. However, it has received some negative feedback from customers. Some of these reviews complain about the website’s clunky design and constant redirections. Other complaints focus on the quality of content and its lack of balance. Despite these negative comments, the Daily News remains a popular news source among New Yorkers. The Daily News is free to read online and on mobile devices, but there are several premium subscription options for those interested in reading the paper in print. Subscribers can cancel their subscription at any time. The Daily News also has a variety of subscriptions for students and teachers. The News also has a digital archive of its history from 1923 to present.