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New York Daily News

  1. politics
    Andrew Yang Says Suggesting He Isn’t a Real New Yorker Is RacistYang said a Daily News cartoon depicting him as a tourist and other similar criticism shows anti-Asian bias.
  2. ink
    Why New York Needs Both the Post and the Daily News A two-vigorous-tabloid town is a very good thing.
  3. The Ax Falls at the Daily NewsAbout half of the venerable newspaper’s editorial staff was laid off Monday morning.
  4. The New York Daily News Axes Half of Its Editorial StaffChicago-based Tronc intends to refocus on breaking news and its first move is firing half of the paper’s newsroom.
  5. media
    New York Daily News Sold to Publisher TroncThe company, which was formerly known as Tribune Publishing, also owns the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune.
  6. Clinton Isn’t Sure That Sanders Is a DemocratClinton goes on the attack in a pair of interviews, questioning Sanders’s party loyalty and his understanding of Wall Street reform.
  7. NYPD Booting Innocent People From Their HomesEvicted on a hunch?
  8. ink-stained wretches
    How the New York Daily News Became Twitter’s TabloidThe paper is reinventing the attention-grabbing, old-school front page as an agenda-setter on social media. But can that be a business model?
  9. media
    The Editor of the New York Daily News Is Headed Back to LondonAfter less than four years on the job.
  10. media
    Mort Zuckerman Won’t Sell the Daily News After All“I have instructed our financial advisers to inform the suitors.”
  11. Daily News Calls Mayor de Blasio an ‘Ass’ on Thursday’s CoverBecause he didn’t pick up their carriage-horse petitions in person.
  12. bill de blasio’s new york
    Mayor de Blasio Demands the Tabloids Apologize to His Wife, Chirlane McCrayThe first lady’s quotes about motherhood to New York were caricatured, he says.
  13. the most important tabloids in the world
    Cray-Z: Post, Daily News Matching Solange CoversAt least it’s not a “99 Problems” joke.
  14. tabloid wars
    Who Won the Headline War Over de Blasio’s Jailed Ally?Nobody, really, but sort of the Daily News.
  15. tabloid wars
    Daily News Puts Post in Front-Page CrosshairsThe tabloid wars are heating up.
  16. the racie for gracie
    The New York Daily News Seems Pretty Worried About This De Blasio ThingThe paper’s endorsement isn’t too robust.
  17. spoiler alert
    Daily News Spoils Breaking Bad Finale on CoverDon’t click on this, obviously, if you haven’t seen it yet. 
  18. weinergate forever
    Weiner Stopped Sexting a Year Ago, He SaysThe candidate wasn’t as slippery as it seemed.
  19. ink-stained wretches
    The Daily News Has Information About Glenn Greenwald’s DogA “hit piece” on Greenwald’s legal history is less than damning.
  20. ink-stained wretches
    Daily News Digital ‘Restructuring’ Includes Big LayoffsThe tabloid let go of more than a dozen today.
  21. boston bombing
    Extremely Gory Boston Marathon Picture a Little Too Gory for Daily NewsBut the New York Post did worse.
  22. ink-stained wretches
    Today Is the Worst Day to Accidentally Publish an Old Article About Gang RapeThe Daily News says the Central Park jogger story was a tech glitch, not a joke.
  23. ink-stained wretches
    Judging the Soda-Ban Front Pages of the New York TabloidsWho had the best clip art? Who had the worst pun?
  24. crimes and misdemeanors
    Man Accused of Slashing Wife in Grisly Brooklyn MurderSources say he “went berserk.”
  25. ink-stained wretches
    New York Daily News Returns From Hurricane Sandy Exile in New JerseyThe tabloid is moving in near its rival.
  26. crazy things
    NYC Tabloids’ NRA Headlines Get to the PointThe Post and Daily News know crazy when they see it.
  27. ink-stained wretches
    Daily News Office Sunk by SandyIt could be a year before the tabloid is back home.
  28. ink-stained wretches
    The Daily News Is a Post-Sandy MiracleAlmost all of its competitors helped it print. Almost.
  29. ink-stained wretches
    ‘Gatecrasher’ Is No More in the Ongoing Daily News RevampTabloid war: back on?
  30. ink-stained wretches
    The New York Post Will Now Cost $1They’re raising the price from 75 cents.
  31. ink-stained wretches
    Daily News Plugs Puerto Rican Day Parade With Cuban FlagDamn stripes.
  32. ink-stained wretches
    Can Finger-pointing Over Phone Hacking Reignite the NYC Tabloid War?The Post blames the Daily News editor on behalf of Rupert Murdoch.
  33. col allan
    Post Editor Col Allan Protests New York’s ‘Mischief’The Post’s Col Allan responds to our profile of his ex-deputy.
  34. ink-stained wretches
    Is New York City’s Tabloid War Over?A former tabloid editor is embarrassed by both titles in light of the Manhattan-madam fumble.
  35. investigations
    Greg Kelly Accuser’s Boyfriend All But Outed As Tabloids Slam Rape ClaimThe allegations against Kelly might not result in criminal charges, but the accuser faces scrutiny, too.
  36. ink-stained wretches
    Ex-Murdoch Man Myler Named Editor of Daily NewsThe ex-News Corp. editor is taking over New York City’s other tabloid.
  37. ink-stained wretches
    Daily News Lays Off VeteransThe tabloid is “downsizing.”
  38. ink-stained wretches
    Daily News Beating Post in Tabloid WarGood thing Rupert Murdoch owns two local papers.
  39. rock you like a hurricane
    Hurricane Irene Tabloid Covers ‘Blow’Both papers picked the same picture.
  40. ink-stained wretches
    Post to Raise Newsstand Price to 75 CentsStarting Monday!
  41. the shawsnake redemption
    Bronx Zoo, Daily News Unaware That Shawsnake Already Has a NameThey’re having a contest to name it, which is obviously an outrage.
  42. ink-stained wretches
    Tabloid Covers Beg the Age-Old Question: Tits or Ass?Dueling covers from New York Post and the New York Daily News.
  43. andrew cuomo
    Daily News ‘Cuts to the Chase,’ Endorses Cuomo“Rick Lazio and Carl Paladino have been that awful.”
  44. the sports section
    Mets Ban Copies of Tabloids; All Bad Vibes to Cease ImmediatelyClearly, this is the change the Mets needed.
  45. ink-stained wretches
    Daily News: Don’t Count Us Out in Eighteen MonthsThe tabloid doesn’t appreciate being included on a list of newspapers that are predicted to disappear in under two years.
  46. ink-stained wretches
    Editor’s Russell Crowe Impression Does Not Go Over Well in NewsroomA ‘Daily News’ editor gets suspended after throwing a phone.
  47. in other news
    Preppy Ladies Gone Wild?You have to love crime coverage in New York. When two preppy ladies are caught going into open-house viewings at ritzy apartments and making off with pursefuls of trinkets, it’s not a paragraph in the police blotter. It’s a page-four story with the headline: “THELMA & LOUISE BUSTED!” Never mind that in the film Thelma & Louise, the two women drive off a cliff to their doom to avoid getting caught by police (as opposed to just driving into traffic away from a real-estate broker on foot), they also killed a man in a bar parking lot. But aside from this old-school take, the Daily News coverage of the string of apartment robberies is quite forward-thinking! They downloaded a picture of Jennifer Jones, one of the accused thieves, from Facebook.com. And she’s doing yoga, no less! Now, the News clearly isn’t one of Jennifer’s 73 friends — otherwise you can imagine all of the Vampire applications they’d be using on her (“Start biting chumps!”) — so we can’t be sure whether the flexible woman in question is, in fact, a robber. But ever since Virginia Tech, when message boards on Facebook were often the only accurate listings of the missing and wounded, have you noticed that the Website has been adopted as an acceptable, reliable way for news outlets to research young people? Interesting, huh? Also interesting: the fact that Jennifer Jones is 33, and therefore way too old to be on Facebook in the first place. Two women arrested for posing as apt. buyers, then swiping luxury goods [NYDN]
  48. intel
    Grudgingly, Editors Open the Door to J-School Students Normally, editors at the city’s august publications roll their eyes when they receive calls from bright-eyed Columbia Journalism School students eager to begin plying their trade. But Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s appearance seems to have created an alliance between those young whippersnappers and their journalism elders. Since attendance for the much-anticipated speech has been restricted to students, who had to register for places in advance, and few reporters, the New York Times and the Daily News, among other news outlets, have hired a few enterprising student stringers to beef up their coverage. “I know a lot of people called the papers and offered their services,” said New York’s own intern-on-the-inside. “It’s a great opportunity for us.” Aw, that’s sweet. But we don’t want to be around when the Times stops returning their texts and changes their Facebook status to “It’s Complicated.”
  49. in other news
    ‘Daily News’: Mayor’s Gal Pal Is No Mere Gal PalNormally it takes a cop’s funeral, or a fireman’s funeral, or a big win by a local team, or maybe even Lindsay Lohan going to rehab, for a story to make its way to the cover of the Daily News. But today, mysteriously, the paper devotes its front page to a profile of Diana Taylor, Mayor Bloomberg’s girlfriend, former State Bank superintendent, and recently appointed Hudson River Trust chief. So what new and exciting news does reporter Heidi Evans, who earlier this year won a Pulitzer for the paper with her 9/11 reporting, elicit from the city’s quasi–First Lady to merit this page-one placement? Um, actually, nothing. Evans had a breakfast of “oatmeal and blueberries” with Taylor, and a side order of girl talk. The only thing we learned from the article — not that we didn’t know it already — is that Diana Taylor is much too successful in her own right just be called the mayor’s “Gal Pal.” This is apparently big news to the paper — it’s called her that at least sixteen times since 2002. She’s Not Just His ‘Gal Pal’ [NYDN]
  50. in other news
    Today in Albany: Spitzer’s on Defense, Bruno’s on Offense, and the ‘Post’ Hates Everyone The latest news from Albany finds the principals in the Spitzer-Bruno-Cuomo battle defining and refining their positions. Last night, the governor finally abandoned what New York’s Steve Fishman called his “silly business-as-usual tactic” and deigned to hand-feed his side of the story to the Daily News. New York’s Hometown Paper reports today that Joe Bruno’s constant requests to use state aircraft were well known in Albany even before Day One; they became “almost a punch line” after Spitzer inauguration, when, the governor says, people would “just roll their eyes.” Still, Spitzer didn’t know his own top aides were scheming to expose Bruno, he told the News — and even if he did, the State Senate doesn’t have subpoena power over the executive branch anyway. You may notice that these three statements clash with each other slightly, but, hey, he’s new at this weaseling-out-of-tight-spots thing. He’ll get better.
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