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SU Library News Sources
New York Times Digital EditionThis link opens in a new windowCreate an account for access. Access to the NYT Digital edition for all Shenandoah faculty, staff, and students. Coverage from 1851 to date, with some exceptions. Access to archived articles from 1923-1980 is limited to 5 articles per 24 hours. Crosswords and Times Insider not included.
Newspaper Source PlusThis link opens in a new windowAvailable from EBSCO, provides cover-to-cover full text for 131 national & international newspapers (The New York Times, The Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, The Christian Science Monitor, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Times (London), The Age, The Australian, The Toronto Star, The Irish Times and others). Selective full text for more than 335 U.S. newspapers, plus television & radio news transcripts.
NewswiresThis link opens in a new windowNewswires provides near real-time access to top world-wide news from Associated Press, United Press International, PR Newswire, Xinhua, CNN Wire, and Business Wire on a continuous basis. This collection includes AP Financial News, AP Top News, AP WorldStream, AP U.S. Politics & Government, AP 50 State Reports, UPI Security Industry, UPI Emerging Threats, UPI Business, UPI Entertainment, UPI Sports, UPI Top News, Arabia 2000, and more.
Regional Business NewsThis link opens in a new windowAvailable from EBSCO, Regional Business News incorporates 75 business journals, newspapers and newswires covering all metropolitan and rural areas within the United States.
Web NewsThis link opens in a new windowEBSCO's Web News provides near real-time access to thousands of top news feeds from around the globe. This collection includes over 14,000 feeds covering a range of business and general news topics. End users can immediately access the full text of the web content, by following the link in the record.
Professor Melissa Zimdars of Merrimack College has complied a list of unreliable news sites. It's huge; keep scrolling. Although Prof. Zimdars is no longer updating the 2016 list, it remains a valuable resource.