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  • AAN Interactive - The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies offers links to alternative newspapers around the country.
  • ABYZ Newslinks - "A portal to online news sources from around the world. It is primarily composed of newspapers but also provides many broadcast stations, internet services, magazines, and press agencies."
  • ABC News - News summaries and headlines with links to full stories.
  • Aljazeera - "The world’s first global English language news channel to be headquartered in the Middle East."
  • BBC News - BBC News Front Page includes text of major stories with links to audio and video clips.
  • Christian Science Monitor - The electronic edition with article summaries, links to full stories, and searchable archives.
  • CNN Interactive - Choose U.S. and international news from a variety of categories.
  • CNS News - News and views from a right wing perspective, compiled by the Conservative News Service.
  • Democracy Now! - "A national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
  • Drudge Report - A news aggregation site.
  • Fox News Online - News from the Fox network.
  • Huffington Post - An Internet newspaper founded by Arianna Huffington.
  • Internet Public Library Online Newspapers - Major foreign language newspapers from around the world, organized by region with searching available. Maintained by Internet Public Library and hosted by the School of Information at University of Michigan.
  • Kidon Media-Link - "Links to 19,251 newspapers and other news sources from almost every country and territory in the world."
  • Los Angeles Times - Offers recent news free of charge, as well as an index to their archives. Older articles must be purchased online (we suggest using the index for citation information, and then turning to Cuyamaca's microfilm collection for actual articles. Or you can track down specific articles using interlibrary loan).
  • MSNBC - Aims to provide "a full spectrum of news for our readers."
  • New York Times in College - Specially selected resources for students and faculty.
  • Newseum - Check out the front pages of newspapers around the world.
  • NewsLink - Links to newspapers, magazines, radio station, and TV stations all around the world.
  • Newswealth.com - "Spotlights thousands of news sources including online newspapers worldwide plus online magazines, celeb tabloids, news blogs, trade journals, newsletters, online radio stations, Internet television channels, live traffic and weather webcams, as well as breaking news from live police and fire department scanner feeds all around the world."
  • NPR Online - National Public Radio information online.
  • PBS Online - Includes news, background material on programs in an alphabetical list, and a list of local PBS station's listings.
  • Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) - A daily report on developments in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Asia prepared by the staff of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
  • Radio-Locator - "Links to over 10,000 radio station web pages and over 2500 audio streams from radio stations in the U.S. and around the world."
  • Radio Station World - "An informational directory dealing with the radio broadcasters worldwide."
  • Reuters - "Reuters is a global information company providing indispensable information tailored for professionals in the financial services, media and corporate markets."
  • San Diego Union Tribune - Includes more than two years of full text coverage.
  • Silobreaker - A news search tool that "finds people, companies, organisations, topics, places and keywords; understands how they relate to each other in the news flow, and puts them in context through graphical results in its intuitive user interface."
  • Today's Front Pages - "The Newseum displays these daily newspaper front pages in their original, unedited form. Some front pages may contain material that is objectionable to some visitors. Viewer discretion is advised."
  • USA Today - News, sport, money, life and weather for the U.S.
  • U.S. News Archives on the Web - Provided by the News Division of the Special Libraries Association, this site includes a table arranged by state and city. There is a link to the home page of each newspaper, the archive page, dates covered, and information about any charges for downloading articles.
  • U.S. Newswire - The wire service for news from the U.S. government and other public policy news sources.
  • Washington Post - An unusually comprehensive site covering one of American's leading newspapers.
Revised  October 29, 2013
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