News sources, Current, U.S.
Coverage: Reports dating back to 1923
Covers the most current and controversial issues of the day with summaries, pros and cons, bibliographies and more, with a United States focus. Includes
news covered in print issues of: Editorial research reports (1924-1986), Congressional quarterly's editorial research reports (1987-1991) and CQ researcher (1991-).
Successor to Dow Jones News Service, Factiva provides access to global news and business information, including newspapers, same-day newswires, company
reports, and media programs. Usage info: Licensed for 4 simultaneous users. Access info: Historically Factiva only worked with IE version 5 or higher. Since then, several other browser options have been added.
Classroom Instruction (for training classes only)
Provides full-text documents from over 5,600 news, business, legal, medical, and reference publications, covering current news, business information, company
directories, federal and state laws, regulations, legal cases, etc.
NBC Learn, the education arm of NBC News, makes the global resources of NBC News and the historic film and video archive available to teachers, students,
schools and universities. The website has digitized stories from the NBC News archives -- one of the largest news archives in the world, dating back to the 1920s. In addition, collections are updated with current events every day, Monday through Friday, with stories from such celebrated programs as NBC Nightly News, the TODAY show, Meet the Press, Dateline NBC, as well as the networks of MSNBC, CNBC, and Telemundo. There are 26 subject areas from economics to environmental sciences.
Regional business news (EBSCO)
"provides full text for nearly 100 regional U.S. and Canadian business publications (including titles from Crain Communications)."--Provider's description.
Westlaw campus research
Online research service for news, business and law-related resources. Selected newspapers, newswires, trade journals, Hoover's company records, SEC filings,
law reviews and journals, the encyclopedia American Jurisprudence, and selected primary law sources.