Daily News is a tabloid newspaper based in New York City. It was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News and became the first U.S. daily printed in tabloid format. The paper is not related to the earlier New York Daily News, which shut down in 1906.
This page provides the latest news and analysis on topics of interest to art and culture aspirants. It features articles on art and cultural heritage, conservation efforts and the impact of climate change on our planet. It also includes coverage on the latest developments in cultural events and celebrations around the world.
Whether you’re planning to visit a museum, art gallery or exhibition, the art and culture section of the daily current affairs page will provide you with all the information you need. We’ll tell you where it’s happening and provide background information on artists and the artwork on display.
The ITN Video Archive is an extraordinary repository of British cultural history, featuring iconic news footage dating back to 1955. With access to over a million clips, you can explore the most important moments of UK and international history and find out what’s happened in the past few weeks or years.
Aspirants preparing for the UPSC CSE will need to stay abreast of daily current affairs. The questions in the exam are often very difficult, and it’s crucial that you understand how these issues have impacted our lives and the way we live. This page provides the latest news and analysis on all the topics that will help you prepare for the exam.
The husband of a Montcalm County clerk’s office administrative aide made some explosive allegations at Monday’s county board meeting. Clayton Thomas, a former sheriff’s deputy, claimed that he and his wife Candis Thomas have been receiving threats over their involvement with the board’s decision not to fill four vacant maintenance positions in the county clerk’s department.
Shareholders of Tribune Publishing, the parent company of the New York Daily News, will vote this week on a takeover deal from cost-slashing hedge fund Alden Global Capital. Workers at the 102-year-old paper are already bracing for the jitters ahead of the deal’s approval, which would put the newspaper in a race against time to save itself from extinction. They’ve voted to be represented by the NewsGuild of New York, and they’re holding three multi-city protests and written pleas for the company to save itself.