News Around the World

U.S. News

New York Times.jpgStudents and staff have free access to unlimited articles from the New York Times while on campus. Note: This unlimited access is not available from home.

 

How do you evaluate the news you read?

According to the American Library Association, "Misleading information published as news is not new to the 21st century.  In the late 19th century we called it ;yellow journalism,' and its practitioners used sensational headlines and outright fraudulent stories to increase sales. Today, with increasing reliance on both digital news outlets and social media for news, sifting through the messages for non-biased sources requires attention, and possibly reviewing multiple sources--including seeking out a reliable original source." (ALA's "Evaluating Information")

 

Resources for Evaluating the News:

World News

 

telegraph.pngThe Telegraph: A national British daily newspaper published in London by Telegraph Media Group and distributed across the United Kingdom and internationally.

 

 

 
 

 

CNN_International_globe.pngCNN is an American news-based T.V. channel.

 
 
 
 
 

fox-news-logo.jpgFox News is an American T.V. news channel.

 

 

 

 

Global Voices.JPGGlobal Voices: A website written, translated, and curated by more than 800 citizen journalists and media experts, Global Voices is an excellent resource offering local, and often underreported stories.

Regional News

 

Al monitor.jpgAl-Monitor: Features news about the Middle East translated into English from Hebrew, Turkish, Persian, and Arabic. Topics covered: culture and society, business, and politics. Browse the site by "Pulse" -- for example, the Egypt Pulse or Syria Pulse -- for country-specific headlines. The Week in Review features an interactive timeline of stories and highlights the previous week's top stories.


alja.jpgAl Jazeera America is the U.S.-based news channel that provides both domestic and international news coverage for its American audiences. Translated from Arabic, "Al Jazeera" means "peninsula." The logo contains the name of the network written in Arabic using calligraphy.


AllAfrica_350W.jpgAllAfrica: Aggregated news from over 130 African news outlets and content from the reporters of AllAfrica. The country pages allow users to compare top headlines across national lines, demonstrating the diversity of Africa and its' people.


​Spanish and Latin American Newspapers

TV Archives 

TV.JPGTV News Archive: Televised news clips from 2009 to the present. Use this site to compare and contrast how certain events are reported across media outlets. Results can be filtered by date, outlet, and language.

 

Colorado News

 

Colorado-Springs-Gazette.pngThe Gazette is a daily newspaper based in Colorado Springs.

 

 

 

Denver Post.jpgThe Denver Post is a daily newspaper published in Denver, Colorado. Select Denver Post from the Dropdown menu before logging in. Username: Pine | Password: Creek

 

 

 

Boulder Daily Camera.jpgThe Daily Camera is a newspaper published in Boulder, Colorado. Select Boulder Daily Camera from the dropdown menu before logging in. Username: Pine | Password: Creek

 

 

 

Loveland.jpgThe Loveland Reporter-Herald  is a newspaper in Berthoud, Colorado.  Select Loveland Reporter-Herald from the dropdown menu before logging in. Username: Pine | Password: Creek

 

 

 

Science News

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ScienceTake from The New York Times is a new series of videos short (60-90 seconds) videos that quickly explain the unique aspects of various animals including dolphins, jaguars, and sharks. Science Take is part of the larger collection of science videos hosted on the science page on the The New York Times.


 

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 Science News for Students​, is a website with free access to science-related articles. Articles are allowed to be printed for classroom use or, of course, read online.


 
Videos from the World Science Festival

World Science Festival.JPG​"Bringing together art and science in such a way that each can illuminate the other, the World Science Festival gathers great minds in science and the arts to produce live and digital content that allows a broad general audience to engage with scientific discoveries. Through discussions, debates, theatrical works, interactive explorations, musical performances, intimate salons, and major outdoor experiences, the festival takes science out of the laboratory and into the streets, parks, museums, galleries and premier performing arts venues of New York City and beyond."

 

Spotting Selective/Fake News

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