The Daily News

Founded in 1919, the Daily News considers itself New York’s hometown newspaper, informing everyday New Yorkers about their city and more. The paper has long been known for its zesty headlines — perhaps most famously when it screamed “Ford to City: Drop Dead” during the city’s financial woes in 1975 — and its gossip, city coverage and star columnists that include Jimmy Breslin, Pete Hamill and Liz Smith.

Throughout its history, the newspaper has been at the forefront of several social and political movements. It was one of the first to publish a black-and-white photo of an African-American wedding and was the first major American newspaper to print photographs of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Daily News has also been at the forefront of investigative journalism, winning multiple Pulitzer Prizes over the years and helping to uncover corruption at all levels of government.

The newspaper also carries out extensive community service and cultural activities through its various publications and programs. Its annual charity campaign, The Daily News Good Neighbor Awards, has honored tens of thousands of volunteer workers for their tireless efforts to make life in New York City better for everyone. The newspaper’s editorial staff and contributors are dedicated to keeping readers informed and engaged with the news, both local and national.

While the Daily News may have lost its top spot in circulation to the rival New York Post, it was still one of the nation’s leading newspapers at the turn of the 21st century, though much diminished from its mid-20th-century peak. The emergence of the Donald Trump presidency offered the Daily News an opportunity to reinvent itself once again, employing a more provocative tone and style and rehashing its most famous headline of all: “TRUMP TO WORLD: DROP DEAD.”

Despite its diminution in readership over the years, the Daily News has not abandoned its commitment to quality journalism. In fact, the newspaper recently won a Pulitzer Prize along with ProPublica for an investigation of how local police departments were using an obscure law to evict poor minorities from their homes. The Daily News was bought in 1993 by real estate magnate Mort Zuckerman, who has been its co-publisher ever since.

The Analyst’s Daily Newspaper Analysis Videos are a great resource for students who are looking to prepare for the Civil Services Examination. These videos are accompanied by handouts that summarize the News discussed in the video, making it easier for students to read and comprehend complex issues. In addition, students can use these handouts for note-making during classroom discussions and lectures. This helps in enhancing their understanding of global occurrences and keeps them up to date with the latest news and events. It is recommended that these handouts are used in conjunction with the videos, as they provide a more comprehensive and thorough understanding of current affairs. The handouts are designed to be an efficient way to help students keep up with the latest news in a short amount of time.