The Daily News

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A daily news is a newspaper that publishes every day and contains information about current events. A daily newspaper may also contain editorial opinions and analysis of those current events. It may also include sports and entertainment news as well as politics and world news. The daily news may be a print or digital edition.

The New York Daily News, formally known as the New York Daily News and sometimes abbreviated as the News, is an American newspaper founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson in New York City. The News is the oldest continually published daily newspaper in the United States.

As the newspaper of record for New York, the Daily News has covered many significant historic events. The paper has won numerous journalism awards, including two Pulitzer Prizes for Distinguished Commentary and one for Feature Writing. In addition to its award-winning journalism, the New York Daily News is well known for its front page headlines that have sparked public outrage, such as in 1975 when the newspaper ran what would become famously known as “FORD TO CITY: DROP DEAD” following President Gerald Ford’s veto of a bankruptcy bailout for New York City.

With a Daily News E-dition subscription, you can access the entire newspaper every day, on both desktop and mobile devices. Our digital editions are easy to read and feature a simple user interface designed for the way you want to use your device. It’s the most convenient, complete and cost-effective way to read your daily newspaper.

In the 1920s, the Daily News was one of the most widely-read newspapers in the world. Its circulation reached 1.5 million. That same decade, the News commissioned Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells to design what was then the largest freestanding Art Deco building in the world: the iconic News Building at 5 Manhattan West. The News Building was later the inspiration for the Daily Planet in the Superman film series.

Over time, the Daily News changed its political stance from being a staunch Republican publication to a more flexible centrist one. In the 1990s, under the leadership of editors-in-chief Pete Hamill and Debby Krenek, the News became known for its fearlessness in defending the First Amendment and in protecting the rights of New Yorkers, particularly those who were perceived to not have a voice.

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