Daily News, published in New York City, is one of the largest newspapers in the United States. It is known for its sensational tabloid style and large and prominent photographs, for its intense coverage of local news and sports, and for its cartoons, comics, classified ads, and opinion pieces. It is also a leading source of celebrity gossip, and its coverage of local, state, and federal government has been noted for its accuracy and integrity.
The New York Daily News is a newspaper that was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News by Joseph Medill Patterson. It was the first American daily to be printed in a tabloid format. It reached its peak circulation in 1947. The paper was a major supporter of the American Republican Party during the 1920s and 1930s. It later shifted its editorial stance toward a more flexible centrist position. It remained a conservative publication for much of its history, but has become more liberal since the 1960s.
Throughout the years, Daily News has been named as one of the city’s top-selling papers and as New York’s best-selling newspaper. In 2018, the paper had a circulation of more than 200,000, with its total circulation reaching nearly 1.2 million copies.
It is published from a building located at 220 East 42nd Street in New York City. The building is an official city and national landmark, designed by John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. It is still used by the News today and was the model for the Daily Planet building in the first two Superman films.
The Daily News is also a leading source of breaking news in science, health, the environment and technology. It provides coverage of breaking news and important events in these fields from a variety of sources, including scientific journals, research institutions, universities, and other media organizations.
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The Daily News has named a number of people as Hometown Heroes for their selfless efforts to serve the community. For example, Ray Pereira, a married mother of two teenage sons, started a four-day, around-the-clock effort to clear floodwaters from the subways and get trains running again after Hurricane Ida spewed buckets of rain into New York. Others include NYPD Det. Tanya Duhaney, whose good deeds in her Patrol Borough Queens South Community Affairs office span the past decade.