The University of Michigan Library collects recent issues (usually the last few months) of some newspapers in print.
The Law Library does not maintain any print newspaper subscriptions.
Some databases provide access to recent issues of many different news sources, while other databases provide more comprehensive access to particular news sources. To determine whether there is digital access to a specific newspaper, search for the title of the newspaper in the MLaw Catalog or in U-M Library Search.
Here are some major sources of news online:
This Research Guide on News Sources provides links and guidance for news sources available through the University Library.
The University does not provide access to the web version of Washington Post. However, most articles and blog posts are available via Factiva. To access articles on Factiva follow the steps below:
New York Times
Wall Street Journal
Los Angeles Times
Chronicle of Higher Education
Law360 and Law.com
Harvard Business Review
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