The Daily News

Daily News is a New York City-based tabloid newspaper founded in 1919. It is currently owned by tronc, and is the ninth most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States, with an average circulation of about 200,000. The News is known for its investigative reporting and aggressive stance on politics and crime, and it has long been a rival of the more conservative New York Post.

The paper is a member of the National Press Club and an affiliate of the Association of American Publishers. In addition to its print edition, the News publishes online and offers an app for smartphones. It is also the source of the Newsday section in the New York Times and a number of its special issues, including the Yale-Harvard Game Day Issue, Commencement Issue, and First Year Issue. The Daily News Historical Archive is funded by an anonymous gift from a Yale alumnus, enabling the migration of the archive to a new platform and ongoing maintenance and preservation of the collection.

Among its signature stories, the Daily News is famous for its 1975 headline “Ford to City: Drop Dead!” The New York Times wrote that the News was “the most sensational and sensational of all the tabloids.” The News has often been accused of a liberal-to-moderate bias, especially in comparison to its more conservative rival, the New York Post.

In addition to politics and crime, the Daily News covers business news as well as the latest in science and technology. This page also provides detailed coverage of government policies aimed at boosting economic growth, such as Make in India, Digital India, and Start-up India. IAS aspirants can find articles on a variety of topics that are important to the economy, such as stock market updates and inflation trends.

This page also features updates on environmental issues, such as climate change and pollution. It covers the impact of these issues on human health and biodiversity, as well as efforts to address them. Aspirants can also find the latest in scientific breakthroughs, such as space exploration and medical advances.

In addition to highlighting important developments in the world of business, this page provides comprehensive coverage of international relations. It includes a daily recap of global events, as well as coverage of important policy decisions and diplomatic efforts. The page also contains updates on international organizations, such as the UN and NATO. It is a great resource for IAS aspirants who are interested in global politics and current affairs.

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