Directory of most popular United States newspapers searchable by state, federal district and U.S. territories.
Links to U.S. newspapers by state:
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North Dakota, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
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Washington, West Virginia,
One of the most widely circulated newspapers in the United States. The newspaper owned by News Corporation. The newspaper published in New York, along with the European (Wall Street Journal Europe) and Asian (Wall Street Journal Asia) editions
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Leading daily newspaper owned by the Gannett Company. USA Today ranks in the largest-circulation newspapers in the United States
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One of the largest newspapers by circulation in the United States. The newspaper, owned by The New York Times Company. The newspaper was founded in 1851, by Henry Jarvis Raymond.
Daily newspaper based in Los Angeles, California. The newspaper owned by Tribune Company.
Daily newspaper based in Washington, D.C. Weekly sections of the newspaper are Comics, Outlook, Travel, TV Week, Style & Arts, and the Washington Post Magazine.
One of the oldest continuously published daily newspapers in the United States. The newspaper was founded in 1801.
Daily newspaper published in California, owned by MediaNews Group.
Daily newspaper based in Illinois, US. The newspaper owned by Tribune Company.
American daily newspaper published in Texas, US. The newspaper owned by Hearst Corporation.
Morning daily newspaper, owned by Philadelphia Media Network.
Daily newspaper published in Melville, New York, USA. The Newsday owned by Cablevision Systems Corporation.
Daily newspaper published in Colorado, United States, featuring breaking news, sports, weather forecasts, local events calendar, nightlife entertainment, traffic, real-estate, and more.
Largest newspaper in the U.S. state of Arizona. The newspaper owned by the Gannett newspaper.
Major newspaper serving Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota.
Daily newspaper published in Dallas, Texas, United States. The newspaper owned by A. H. Belo Corporation.
Daily newspaper headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. The newspaper owned by Leading American News Media Company Advance Publications.
Daily broadsheet newspaper based in Seattle, Washington, US.
Tabloid format newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The newspaper owned by Sun-Times Media Group.
Leading daily newspaper published in Detroit, Michigan, in the USA.
Tampa Bay Area's one of two major newspapers.
Daily newspaper serving U.S. West Coast. The newspaper owned by Advance Publications, a media company.
Daily newspaper published in the U.S. state of California.
Daily newspaper distributed primarily the San Francisco Bay Area.
Newark based newspaper primarily serving New Jersey, in the USA.
American daily newspaper serving primarily U.S. state of Massachusetts.
Daily newspaper serving primarily Midwestern United States, the newspaper owned by Lee Enterprises.
Daily newspaper based in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. The newspaper owned by the McClatchy Company.
Daily newspaper published in Sacramento, California, in the United States.
Daily newspaper published in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
The longest running newspapers in the United States are New Hampshire Gazette (founded in 1756), Hartford Courant (founded in 1764), Augusta Chronicle (founded in 1785), Daily Hampshire Gazette (founded in 1786), Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (founded in 1786), and The Berkshire Eagle (founded in 1789).
German-language weekly newspaper published in Chicago, USA.
Brooklyn, New York based newspaper published in French, English and Kreyòl.
Daily newspaper published in Japanese.
English-Chinese bi-lingual newspaper published in St. Louis, Missouri.
Arab-American online newspaper in the United States.