National Newspapers Core
ProQuest National Newspaper packages provide your library with online access to the most respected national and regional newspapers from across the U.S. The titles in ProQuest National Newspapers offer researchers thorough coverage of local, national, and international events with journalistic balance and perspective. ProQuest National Newspapers offers the most read and widely-respected papers in the U.S. including: The New York Times (1980-present) - the paper of record in the U.S., best known for its analysis of news, issues and social changes. The Wall Street Journal (1984-present) - the single most authoritative source of global and national business reporting (ProQuest has co-exclusive rights to this title). Washington Post (1987-present) - inside-the-beltway coverage of politics and highly respected investigative journalism. Los Angeles Times (1985-present) - the perspective of the American West, lauded for its coverage of immigration, entertainment, and environmental issues (ProQuest is the exclusive provider of the Los Angeles Times). Chicago Tribune (1985-present) - keeping readers informed of the latest news from the Chicago area, the nation and the world every day. The Tribune has a reputation for investigative and public service journalism, earning 24 Pulitzer Prizes since 1932. Christian Science Monitor (1988-present) - balanced, objective reporting from the most respected field journalists in the industry. ProQuest National Newspapers packages are available on the ProQuest interface, meeting the needs of all researchers with basic and advanced search options. Quality indexing, using ProQuest controlled vocabulary, allows your patrons to find exactly what they need from news, sports, and business to obituaries, reviews, and editorials.