Daily News, an American newspaper based in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News by Joseph Medill Patterson and was the first tabloid printed in the United States.
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The Daily News is a digital version of the printed edition available to you wherever you go. Our interactive E-dition features simple user interface and a host of innovative, customised digital tools that will engage you with the newspaper.
Our top-of-the-line Daily News App is a perfect companion for the mobile device of your choice, offering you a fast and efficient way to stay up to date with all the news. The Daily News App comes with an intelligent, personalised content delivery system that keeps you in touch with the latest stories from our team of writers and journalists.
The best part is that there’s no need to buy a paper copy of the Daily News, because the digital edition is free to download and read. It’s the same content, but you can read it at your leisure on your smart phone or tablet and share it with friends.
What’s more, our bespoke app features a number of useful tools for teachers and students alike, including comprehension and critical thinking questions, background information and links to related articles. These resources are designed to enhance learning and help you to teach with confidence and flair!
News-2-You – Weekly Online Newspapers
News-2-You is an exciting online newspaper for children with varying reading abilities. It enables readers to connect with the world around them through exciting and relevant world, sports and entertainment news articles that are sure to make a splash in the classroom and beyond!
In addition to our regular weekly newspaper editions, we also offer a range of news-related resources for teaching the latest in science, technology and innovation. These include:
ScienceDaily – Breaking Scientific Stories from Leading Universities and Research Organisations
Our daily science news articles are selected from press materials provided by a variety of sources, including leading universities and scientific journals. Our articles are accompanied by informative headlines, summaries and links to relevant resources.