News is the information about current events, including political, economic, social, and cultural activities. It is typically written for a public audience, such as newspapers, magazines, and websites.
Daily News provides a wide variety of breaking news stories from around the world, in multiple languages and on all topics. Its articles are easy to read and include both basic information and advanced analysis. The website offers readers a unique reading experience, with a simple, user-friendly interface and a variety of features to enhance their enjoyment of reading.
ScienceDaily is an online daily news site dedicated to highlighting the latest discoveries in the scientific fields of health, medicine, biology, and technology. These stories are sourced from leading universities, scientific journals, and research organizations. They are organized by topic and arranged in a user-friendly way that makes it easier to find stories that are most relevant to your interests.
Featuring a large, interactive database of over 12,000 high-quality articles in three Lexile levels (400L to 1000L), ScienceDaily is a great source for teachers to incorporate into the curriculum. It also contains text sets, unit plans, and lesson ideas that support ELA, science, and social studies curricula.
It also includes a “Read to Me” feature that reads articles out loud in authentic dialect, making it a great way for students to improve their literacy skills. Thousands of schools across the country incorporate News-O-Matic into their classrooms and incorporate its interactive learning content into their literacy, science, social studies, and other curricula.
In addition to providing quality, age-appropriate news for teachers and students, News-O-Matic teaches students 21st century skills such as critical thinking, media literacy, and global awareness. It is available across the web and mobile devices, allowing students to learn anywhere and anytime.
The site is ranked on AllSides as having a left-bias, which means it aligns with liberal or progressive thought and/or policy agendas. This is a higher rating than sources on the right or conservative side of the spectrum, which are rated as being left-bias friendly.
Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News was the first tabloid newspaper in the United States. It reached its peak circulation in 1947, at 2.4 million copies a day. Today, it is owned by tronc, the publishing operations of the former Tribune Company.
Its editors are renowned for delivering timely, accurate news, backed by extensive reporting and an editorial process. Its editorial board consists of editors from major newspapers throughout the United States, as well as foreign correspondents.
This paper is a popular and dependable choice for busy readers seeking an easily accessible daily news source with easy-to-digest news articles and a comprehensive digital newspaper. Its content is regularly updated, and its online editions provide an interactive experience for users on all platforms.
With your library card, you can search through over a decade of Daily Review articles at no charge. Click here to browse the full collection, or search for specific issues and date ranges at the links below.