The Most Important U.S. and International News in Full Text, Updated Daily

US Newsstream enables users to search current U.S. news content, as well as archives that stretch back into the 1980s. It features top newspapers, wires, broadcast transcripts, blogs and news sites in full-text format. All titles are cross searchable on the ProQuest Platform.

Key U.S. Titles

  • The New York Times (backfile from 1980 forward)
  • The Wall Street Journal (from 1984 forward)
  • Washington Post (from 1987 forward)
  • Los Angeles Times (from 1985 forward)
  • Chicago Tribune (from 1985 forward)
  • The Boston Globe (from 1980 forward)
  • Newsday (from 1995 forward)
  • The Wall Street Journal Online
  • ProPublica
  • Huffington Post
  • CNN Newswires
  • Politico

Why U.S. Newsstream?

1. The best resource for key U.S. national and regional news titles

U.S. Newsstream offers superior access to current, full-text newspapers. Users can search all content together or separately for maximum researcher efficiency. ProQuest offers flexible subscription options for many premier titles or Regional Newsstream collections within U.S. Newsstream.

2. One of the most requested resources for research

In recent analyses of overall usage and retrievals, the news is the second-most retrieved type of content for researchers on the ProQuest Pplatform. With U.S. Newsstream, researchers have access to hundreds of full-text primary source news sources.

3. Cross searchability enhances researcher output

ProQuest has digitized major titles from around the globe from the first issue forward, making them conveniently available through a Historical Newspapers subscription. When combined with U.S. Newsstream, these sources offer unrivaled coverage from the earliest issues to current day.

4. Maximizes researchers’ time

U.S. Newsstream pairs robust searching features with detailed indexing to help researchers quickly find the information they need and track news events over time or at the location of origin. Workflow tools such as RSS/alerts, text-to-speech capability, cite, share, print and export help make the research process flexible, thorough and efficient. Many citation formats are available, and users can translate articles into 13 languages.

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ProQuest: The Most Comprehensive News Resource

ProQuest: The Most Comprehensive News Resource

Resources for any researcher seeking news information from three centuries to today

Access From a Single Interface

Access From a Single Interface

News reports, editorials, and, with ProQuest Historical and Recent Newspapers, advertisements, stock tables, cartoons, and more

Powerful Search Engine Opens 3,000 of the World’s News Sources to Users

Powerful Search Engine Opens 3,000 of the World’s News Sources to Users

From today’s local content to historical archives of the world’s most important dailies, ProQuest enables rich cross-searching of news for any information need

Modern, Intuitive, Responsive and Accessible

Modern, Intuitive, Responsive and Accessible

Today’s on-the-go users can access information anywhere, anytime – even offline

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