To keep up with the latest headlines, turn to the Web. You can be reading about the
conflict in East Timor one minute and checking the Cubs score the next.
and television stations offer personalized Web pages, but they can be tedious to navigate.
If you're looking for easy access to breaking stories, consult the following sources:
Editors at HeadlineSpot have hand-selected news sources for 40 U.S. cities, 50 states, 57 countries, 27
industries and dozens of subjects. Read breaking headlines from hundreds
of sources, and use keyword searching to find the news you want. You can also browse more than 50 op-ed pages,
find quick access to nearly 100 columnists or relax with offbeat news and
View headlines from 180 newspaper, broadcast and online sources at a glance.
To read the full story, simply click on the headline. This site provides an
excellent synopsis of what's in the news.
Still in beta, this site organizes headlines from 1,500 sources in more than
Use the interactive news museum site to seach for today's front pages of hundreds of newspapers nationwide.
This newswire relays current news to major news organizations.
It works as a filter, streaming reports from multiple sources,
formatting them and passing them onto other media.
Reuters News Agency
The source of up-to-the-second stock quotes, Reuters
also serves as a filter for other news groups. The site offers a
dramatic collection of historical footage
ABC News Group
With clean organization and plenty of RealPlayer® news feeds, ABC's
site invites you to explore. A search engine
isolates information swiftly.
"The Worldís News Leader" leads the pack in surfer
interactivity. Interactive polls, criticisms and
comments give the site an edge. Like ABC, CNN offers
streaming video and WAV audio files.
USA Today was among the first newspapers to produce electronic
replicas of their printed editions. Although
it does require registration, the archives are ideal
for gathering research for schoolwork, professional
work, or just reliving a piece of history.
The New York Times
An electronic version of the
black and white fish-wrap, The New York Times is
an online library of streaming and shelved news.