In its heyday in the 1920s, the Daily News was a brawny metro tabloid that thrived on crime and corruption coverage. It is the newspaper whose model gave rise to The Daily Planet of Superman and Lois Lane fame, and which served as the inspiration for the movie “The Paper.” It won Pulitzer Prizes in commentary and feature writing, and has had many famous writers and columnists.
Its editorial stance has been described as “flexibly centrist” with a “high-minded, if populist, legacy.” In its early days, it leaned Republican and was a supporter of isolationism during World War II. From the 1980s on, it shifted to a moderately liberal stance, competing with the right-wing New York Post as a Democratic alternative.
The Daily News is a free-speech, independent and local New York City newspaper with an AllSides Media Bias Rating of Left. This means that the newspaper has a strong tendency to favor stories and perspectives that align with the views of liberals in the United States.
This page provides a list of notable editorials from the Daily News. Editorials are pieces that offer an editorial opinion on a specific topic or story, and may be written by staff or guest editors. The Daily News editorial team consists of editors and staff members who are responsible for determining what will appear in each day’s issue of the paper. The editorial staff also reviews all letters to the editor, guest columns, and other features that are published in the Daily News.
In addition to editorials, the Daily News regularly publishes articles aimed at informing readers on topics that are important to the community. It has a strong focus on local news, and it covers a wide range of subjects including government, politics, sports, culture, and business. The paper primarily serves the residents of North County San Luis Obispo and beyond, including Paso Robles, Atascadero, Templeton, San Miguel, and Shandon.
It has long been an institution in Yale University, and its students, alumni, and faculty have a number of notable careers in journalism and public life. It is a primary source of debate and discussion for the entire student body, and its writers have received numerous honors and awards.
Yale Daily News has been publishing every weekday when classes are in session for over 130 years. It is the oldest college daily newspaper in the United States, and its editors and staff have gone on to prominent careers in journalism and public life. It has won numerous awards, including the William F. Buckley Memorial Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary.
The Yale Daily News Historical Archive was made possible by a generous gift from an anonymous Yale alumnus, and is maintained by the Yale University Library. The Archive is a valuable resource for research, teaching, and learning, and it is available online. It is free of charge for all users. The Library is grateful for this gift, which has enabled it to migrate the archive to a modern platform and expand its coverage to include issues from 1996 to the present.