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HISTORICAL NEWSPAPERS CURRENT NEWSPAPERS
Hartford Courant‎  (1764 - 1993
Hartford Courant‎  (1992 - current)
The Christian Science Monitor‎  (1908 - 2006

US Major Dailies‎  (1980 - current) - see below: 

Chicago Tribuneinformation Los Angeles Timesinformation New York Timesinformation  The Wall Street Journal information The Washington Postinformation 

Los Angeles Times‎  (1881 - 2010  
The New York Times with Index‎  (1851 - 2015  
The Washington Post‎  (1877 - 2002)  

RESEARCHIT CT

RESEARCHIT CT NEWSSTREAM (search all newspapers provided by ProQuest)*

CT Digital Newspaper Project (includes 14 historic CT newspapers)

Historical Newspapers of Connecticut (19th Century) (provided by the CT State Library)

Newspaper Source Plus (search all newspapers international  provided by EBSCO)*

* These newspapers are automatically searched in researchIT CT OneSearch.

NEWSCOMPARE

From Newscompare's About Us page:

"The news industry is broken. Just 41% of Americans believe the mass media reports the news “fully, accurately and fairly.” Even fewer Americans who are politically involved believe what they see on television, read in the papers or hear on the radio. Newscompare is trying to change that. This one-of-a-kind news platform gives Americans a side-by-side comparison of how major news organizations are framing the biggest stories of the day. And if you want to read more, you simply click on the “left, right or center” to hear what each side is saying about the day’s biggest stories. If you’re someone who appreciates a non-partisan, balanced take on the news, you can sign up for Tangle. That’s our daily newsletter that breaks down the biggest stories of the day by telling you what each side is saying and then offering our own take on their arguments. You can even submit a reader question directly to our team. We answer a question in every newsletter."

NEW YORK TIMES

We now have a subscription to NYTimes.com Academic Passes.  Members of school community (teachers, staff and students!!) with valid school email addresses can now enjoy full access to NYTimes.com.* This access is not limited to the school building...  access anywhere!

To activate your Pass, please follow these steps:

  • Visit nytimes.com/passes. Create a free NYTimes.com account using your school email address. If you already have an NYTimes.com account associated with your school email address, log in with those credentials.
  • Check your email inbox for our confirmation message. Click on the link in your confirmation message to validate your email address and claim your Pass. If the confirmation email didn’t arrive, check your spam folder. If it isn’t there, send an email to edu@nytimes.com from your school email address to request confirmation.
  • You have successfully claimed a Pass when you see the Start Your Access screen. Now you can enjoy seamless, full access to NYTimes.com, INYT.com and NYT mobile apps from any location, on or off campus, just by logging into your NYTimes.com account. You may download NYTimes mobile apps at nytimes.com/mobile.

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