Skip to main content

Point of View of Periodicals: Newspapers (editorial stance)

Liberal Examples

New York TimesReports on regional, national, and international news events. Analyzes important current issues. Features articles on business, science, sports, the arts, computers, and fashion, dining, and entertainment.

Washington PostLook for reports and analysis on federal politics at national and international levels. This site requires a one-time, free registration, after which full access is available to Washington Post articles from 1987 to the present.

Los Angeles TimesExtensive coverage of the arts and entertainment and how they affect society. The L.A. Times site provides users full access after completing a free registration.

Conservative Examples

Sunday Times (London)Follow link to request articles through Interlibrary Loan by using the citation. Users can search this site's database, with articles form 1985 to the present, and retrieve results, but viewing full-text articles requires a subscription.

Wall Street JournalProvides detailed news and commentary on political, economic, and social issues worldwide affecting the world of business.

Washington TimesThis site has a short-term archive (the last 7 editions) that users can search for free and a long-term archive (1990-present) that requires a fee to view complete articles.

[ B. D. Owens Library ] B.D. Owens Library | 800 University Dr. Maryville, MO 64468 | 660.562.1193 [ Twitter ] [ Facebook ] [ Instagram ] [ Spotify ] [ Pinterest ]