The following links to newspapers are just a few of the types of sources where you can find news. Be sure to check out that first link and take advantage of the free subscription to the New York Times offered through the Cooper Union Library. If you have any questions, just contact us.
Use this site to register for a free institutional New York Times account. Then go to nytimes.com whenever you want to read the New York Times. Valid for current students, staff, and faculty. Must be renewed every four years.
The Associated Press is an independent global news organization dedicated to factual reporting. Founded in 1846, AP today remains the most trusted source of fast, accurate, unbiased news in all formats and the essential provider of the technology and services vital to the news business.
Global Breaking Newswires is a library news product which provides timely access to the best newswire content available globally as well as a growing archive of news that may not be captured in any of the traditional print sources.
Reuters, the news and media division of Thomson Reuters, is the world’s largest multimedia news provider, reaching billions of people worldwide every day. Reuters provides business, financial, national and international news to professionals via desktop terminals, the world's media organizations, industry events and directly to consumers.
Five of the most respected national and regional newspapers - Chicago Tribune (1985 to current), Los Angeles Times (1985 to current), New York Times (1980 to current), Wall Street Journal (1984 to current), and Washington Post (1987 to current).
Additional Newspapers and News Sources
For historic and more regional news sources, we recommend exploring the extensive collection of online newspapers databases available through the New York Public Library. For help in accessing NYPL's online resources, please contact us!
For almost 50 years, millions have turned to [PBS Newshour] as public broadcasting’s marquee nightly news program for the solid, reliable reporting that has made it the most objective news program on television.
NPR is an independent, nonprofit media organization that was founded on a mission to create a more informed public. Every day, NPR connects with millions of Americans on the air, online, and in person to explore the news, ideas, and what it means to be human. Through its network of member stations, NPR makes local stories national, national stories local, and global stories personal.
The Vanderbilt Television News Archive is the world's most extensive and complete archive of television news. We have been recording, preserving and providing access to television news broadcasts of the national networks since August 5, 1968. The core collection includes evening news from ABC, CBS, and NBC (since 1968), an hour per day of CNN (since 1995) and Fox News (since 2004).
Vox’s staff of over 100 journalists and subject-matter experts research, report and produce articles, videos, and podcasts that make complex ideas accessible. Whether it’s policy, culture, the Supreme Court, meatless meat, political extremism, biodiversity, artificial intelligence, the climate crisis, or something else, we give context to what’s happening today. Our goal is to ensure that everyone, regardless of income or status, can access accurate information that empowers them.