The Newsstand section on the default home page of Factiva shows the last two weeks of the following news sources—every article, mainly plain text (some graphics)—New York Times, Wall Street Journal (U.S. edition, Europe edition, and Asia edition), Washington Post, Investor’s Business Daily, and the BBC. The Library subscribes to this database, so all Cornell has access.
The content of all publications covered in Factiva is also searchable. Click on the Search button in the top bar.
The Library provides free online access. From the catalog record, follow the link to set up your free account. All faculty, students, and staff have access.The default edition is the “International Edition.” You can switch to the UK Edition on the ft.com homepage.
if you are an Amazon Prime member, you can have unlimited access to washingtonpost.com for 6 months by signing in using your Amazon login. After 6 months, you will be charged $3.99/month if you don't cancel. Otherwise, access is limited to a few articles per month for nonsubscribers. Alternative access:
Current and recent articles (last 2 weeks) from the Washington Post in plain text format are available on Factiva’s Newsstand page.
Additional historical access provided through ProQuest Historical Newspapers and ProQuest Recent Newspapers.
Continuously updated. Articles provide analysis of trends and events in international affairs. Published entirely online, WPR's original articles are written by a network of analysts, journalists, and scholars. Articles cover diplomacy, military affairs, energy, economics and related subjects.
Access provided by the library. Database. Coverage: Current, from roughly the mid-1980s on (start dates vary widely). Over 4,700 newspapers and newswires, including some web-only titles. Also video from local television news programs. Some international coverage, but mainly Anglo-American titles (about 75% North American titles, 25% international). Includes many smaller newspapers in the U.S. Mainly in English; some Spanish (see Acceda Noticias).
CQ Magazine provides nonpartisan coverage of the U.S. Congress: congressional legislation, commission reports, presidential talks and appointments, and even information about birth dates, religious affiliation and occupation of senators and representatives. One of the best and most current of all publications dealing with government action. Covers Congress in depth, but also includes information on the executive and judicial branches of government.
Formerly National Journal Group's Policy Central. Daily updates and reviews of actions and events throughout the Federal Government, including the White House, Federal departments and agencies, Congress, and the Courts. Includes National Journal Almanac [aka Almanac of American Politics in print format, 1998 to date, Olin JK 1010 .B26, latest edition at the reference desk]; National Journal Daily; and National Journal Hotline.