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This newspaper resource allows users to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, author, newspaper section, or other fields. Provides access to more than 2,300 major U.S. regional, national, and local newspapers, as well as leading titles from around the world. It also includes thousands of images, radio and TV broadcasts and transcripts.
Provides a full-text digital collection of the world's major news content. It includes millions of articles from newspapers, newswires and news magazines. In addition, it offers television and radio transcripts and ongoing daily updates from popular news sources.
Covers today's hottest social issues, from capital punishment to immigration to marijuana. This cross-curricular resource supports science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes. Includes viewpoints, reference articles, infographics, news, images, video, audio, etc. Periodical content covers current events, news and commentary, economics, environmental issues, political science,etc.
Provides content to help assess and develop persuasive arguments and essays, better understand controversial issues and develop analytical thinking skills. This database assembles controversial information in a non-biased manner for evaluation by the patron.
The Guardian is a leading British newspaper. Its legal section offers an international commentary on legal stories from around the world (including prominent coverage of legal news from the United States, the European Union, Africa and the Middle East).
Jurist is an online legal news journal hosted by the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. It provides extensive coverage of US and international legal news stories, op-ed commentary on legal topics authored by law professors and attorneys, and access to documents and primary sources under discussion.
Information for researchers who are studying law, law enforcement, or terrorism, training for paralegal service, preparing for a career in homeland security, delving into forensic science, investigating crime scenes, developing policy, going to court, writing sociological reports etc.
Maintained by the U.S. Department of Justice, this site gives advice about where to find information on thousands of criminal justice topics, grouped under headings like corrections, crime, crime prevention, drugs, victims, etc.; links to actual publications, not just to other websites.