The Daily News and the IPO Daily News

Daily News

Founded in 1919, the New York Daily News is one of the most widely read daily newspapers in the United States. The newspaper is known for its bold journalism, commitment to New York City, engaging storytelling and robust digital presence. The newspaper covers breaking news, in-depth investigations, politics, sports, entertainment and culture, and community news. The newspaper has won multiple awards for its writing and visual content and is recognized nationally as an industry leader. The New York Daily News is a division of Tribune Publishing.

The newspaper is also known for its sensational coverage of crime and scandal. The newspaper was the first to use the tabloid format in the United States and is famous for its headlines such as “Crowds Scream as Woman Slashed with Knife,” and “Ford to City: Drop Dead!”

A longtime competitor of the New York Post, a rival tabloid, the Daily News has often been the subject of speculation about the influence of advertising and political parties. In recent years, however, the paper has shifted toward a more moderate-to-liberal bias, often in contrast to the strongly conservative and pro-business New York Post.

The IPO Daily NewsTM is three to five concise paragraphs a day that provide summaries of all patent and trademark opinions from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit the next day after the opinions are issued and wire service stories of other selected IP cases. The IPO Daily NewsTM also includes stories from the world’s leading sources of news and information on intellectual property law.

Each article in the IPO Daily NewsTM is accompanied by comprehension and critical thinking questions that ask students to consider the story’s significance and impact. Several other resources, including videos and maps, are available for each story. Sign up to receive a free e-mail each day with answers to the questions.

Daily News articles are a great resource for high school and college classes. They allow students to practice their research skills, develop an understanding of current events, and examine the way different media outlets report on the same event. These articles can also be used for writing assignments or as source material for historical essays.

The Yale Daily News Historical Archive provides access to digitized versions of the printed Yale Daily News. The archive is open to the public and contains over 140 years of YDN reporting. The archive is maintained by the Yale University Library through an endowment from an anonymous alumnus. For more information on this and other library resources, see the Yale Library’s guide to Researching the Daily News. Please note that the reproduction or other use of YDN content is subject to permission requirements. If you are interested in obtaining permission to reproduce YDN content, please contact the Yale Daily News’ Rights and Permissions team.