The Daily News is a tabloid newspaper published in New York City. Founded in 1919, it is the first tabloid newspaper in the United States and is owned by Tronc (formerly Tribune Company) as of 2017. It is among the nation’s top-ranked newspapers in terms of overall circulation. The newspaper is known for its sensational reporting, especially of crime and scandal. It also has an extensive cartoons and entertainment section.
Despite the tragic death of one of its staffers, the paper still remains true to its roots as a conscientious chronicler of life in New York City and continues to take the pulse of its home from streets to subways to the skies. The paper has an AllSides Media Bias Rating of Skews Left, meaning that its reporting leans strongly in favor of liberal and progressive thought and agendas.
In the latest episode of TODAY’s “Today I Am,” Stacy Chapin, mother of University of Idaho slain journalist Ethan Chapin, opens up about how she’s keeping her son’s memory alive through a scholarship foundation, a new children’s book and connecting with those who knew him. She also discusses the decision to not attend her son’s murder trial.
Amid the furor of the phone hacking scandal, Prince Harry is preparing to testify in court. He’ll be the first British royal to do so in more than a century. TODAY’s Meagan Fitzgerald reports.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners voted 5-2 on May 8 to combine the clerk’s offices during a heated meeting. The move will relocate the clerk’s vital records/elections office from the Administrative Building across town to the circuit court offices at the county courthouse in Stanton. The commission also voted to add a clerk to the circuit court department.
Mickiah Allbee, a senior at Breckenridge High School, is an entertainer with talent. Whether it’s lame puns or dark jokes, she can make anyone laugh. But she’s more than that — she’s an actress.
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