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Newspapers at the Library
The History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library provides research guidance and access to many historical and modern newspapers.
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National and international newspapers are indexed here and you can see either the specific article you are interested in, or a digital facsimile of the actual page. Includes 700 newspapers from 76 countries, many in the vernacular as well as English. Covers only the last 60 days.
Access World News
Select a source, a region, a country, or the whole world for news items of interest.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The New York Times
Digital reproductions of every issue from cover to cover. Includes not just the news stories and editorials, but also the photos, graphics, and advertisements, from 1851 to 1998.
Emerging Markets Information Service (EMIS)
Identifies data, news and analysis from emerging market countries from both government and private sources. Daily full text news articles, financial statements, industry analyses, equity quotes, macroeconomic statistics, and market-specific information. Information in both English and the local language.
Identifies articles from journals, newspapers and reference books. A comprehensive source for news, business, and legal information. Includes foreign news sources, major U.S. newspapers, regional U.S. news services, radio and television transcripts, federal and state case law, medical, legislative and industry news, annual reports from Securities and Exchange Commission and many other sources. Newspapers are updated several times daily, and wire services hourly. Go to legal research for access to CELEX (European Union Law).
EU Newsroom Recent Highlights
You can subscribe to a variety of RSS feeds through the European Union website. The "Highlights" feed is spotlighted below, but you can also subscribe to topics of interest (e.g. "Employment and social rights" or "Security and defense").
Additional News & Other Media Sources