The Daily News

Daily News brings you the latest in New York City and world news, politics, sports, celebrity gossip and entertainment. Award-winning journalists and columnists give you the inside scoop on the city’s biggest stories.

In the early 20th century, the Daily News was a top-selling newspaper and one of the nation’s largest news organizations. Although it lost circulation to sensational rival tabloids like the New York Post, it maintained a reputation for high-minded and thorough reporting. The News found abundant subject matter, including political wrongdoing such as the Teapot Dome scandal and social intrigue such as the romance between Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII that led to his abdication.

The News also had a strong presence in television and radio. It established WPIX in 1948, whose call letters were inspired by the newspaper’s nickname; and bought what became WFAN-FM in 2014, which still resides in its former News building at 220 East 42nd Street (also known as “The News Building”). The News also leased space for television and radio in the Empire State Building and at One Police Plaza.

For many years, the News was based in the iconic News Building at 220 East 42nd Street, designed by architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood. It is an official New York City landmark and served as the model for the fictional Daily Planet building in Superman films. In 1995, the newspaper moved to 450 West 33rd Street, but its old home is still called The News Building and continues to house the WPIX TV station.

Aspirants preparing for UPSC CSE exam must read editorials on a regular basis to stay updated about the happenings in the country and abroad. This helps them to develop an opinion about any topic of national and international importance that may be asked in the exam. Moreover, aspirants can use the information to prepare for interview.

IAS GYAN, an online platform for IAS aspirants, provides comprehensive study material on the daily current affairs in a structured manner. This includes daily news analysis, daily editorials and quizzes. With this, aspirants can develop a firm grip over the subjects that are likely to be asked in the exam – prelims and mains.

This app is an excellent tool for aspirants who want to improve their understanding of various issues and topics of national and international importance. The quizzes provided by this application help aspirants test their knowledge on various subjects and also identify areas of improvement. Its easy-to-use interface makes it simple and convenient to use. It also allows aspirants to save articles for offline reading. The app also lets users share the content with friends and colleagues through email. Its free-trial period offers unlimited access for 30 days and is available on iOS and Android platforms. After the trial period, subscription fees are charged by the publisher. If you wish to cancel the subscription, please contact the publisher directly. You can find contact details on the publisher’s website.

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