America's News Magazines provides full-text articles from leading magazines that provide coverage and analysis of current events in a range of categories including: news, business, entertainment, lifestyle, science and technology, and sports. One easy-to-search interface is used for all titles. Paid advertisements are excluded.
Read the current issue of the Las Vegas Review-Journal in an easy to read, image-based format. Search, browse, print, and email articles from the full-text daily edition.
Enjoy free and unlimited access to news stories, multimedia content, and special features from The New York Times digital subscription inside the library or on a mobile device connected to LVCCLD Wi-Fi. This access includes all New York Times content except for the crossword puzzle. Access is free, but first-time users will need to create a nytimes.com account.
Enjoy The New York Times from the comfort of your home or on the go! Use this link for 72 hours of full off-site access to nytimes.com and The New York Times mobile app on iOS and Android. This includes direct access to all nytimes.com content, 1851 to present. Articles from 1923 to 1980 are limited to 5 articles per day. To activate your subscription, you will need to create a free nytimes.com account.
The full-page images of The New York Times newspaper. Each page is full-text searchable. Coverage is 2008 to recent (3-month embargo).
Newspaper Source Plus provides full-text access to major newspapers like USA Today, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and Christian Science Monitor. Stay informed with News View, a feature that brings you critical news content with ongoing updates throughout the day. Popular sources include AP (Associated Press), CNN Wire, and PR Wire. News Views also includes more than 1.4 million television and radio news transcripts from top sources like CNN, National Public Radio, and PBS.
Read more than 2,000 newspapers and 1,000 magazines from around the world. Enjoy titles from 100 countries in 60 languages, including The Las Vegas Review-Journal, The Washington Post, and The L.A. Times.
Regional Business News provides full-text regional business publications for the United States and Canadian provinces. Search newspapers, magazines, and other resources from trusted news sources.
Hosted by the Library of Congress, Chronicling America is a nationwide historic newspaper digitization project that hosts digitized and full-text searchable newspapers from 1789 - 1963. Also available is a directory of American newspapers published between 1690 - present.
Historical Newspapers covers the New York Times and L.A. Times. Every issue includes the complete paper, cover-to-cover, with full-page and article images in easily downloadable PDF format.
Read about Las Vegas history straight from the source! Full complete digital images of the Las Vegas Age digitized from the print copies. Coverage is from April 7, 1905-1915, 1917-1922, and 1924.
Access the historical issues of the Las Vegas Review-Journal in this searchable digital collection spanning from 1929 to 1996. Each page is a complete digital facsimile that contains every original image - every photograph, illustration, cartoon, and display advertisement.
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Read the most current and back issues (from 1996) of the Las Vegas Review-Journal in this text-only collection. Browse by month and year or search across all issues.
With over 400 years of content and 10 million page images, News Vault is the one stop search for newspaper archives.
NewspaperARCHIVE for historical and genealogical information. The archive spans over 400 years of family history, small-town events, world news, and contains tens of millions of newspaper pages from 1607 to present. Every newspaper in the archive is fully searchable by keyword and date.
With digital facsimile images of both full pages and clipped articles for hundreds of 19th century U.S. newspapers and advanced searching capabilities, researchers are able to research history in ways previously unavailable. For each issue, the newspaper is captured from cover-to-cover, providing access to every article, advertisement and illustration.