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are fact-based articles usually focusing on an event or news story. They may
include interviews, eyewitness accounts, or investigative reporting.
Journalistic works are usually written for publication in newspapers and
by Frances Pharcellus Church from The Sun (New York City, New York) September 21, 1897
Published in 1897, this newspaper editorial has beco...
by The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colorado), Oct. 15, 1903
It's hard to imagine an October without a World Seri...
by Tucson Daily Citizen Feb. 27, 1922
One of the most popular monuments in the US, the Lin...
from The Times-Picayune, August 16, 1914
The impact of the Panama Canal on world transportati...
from Wisconsin State Journal, January 2, 1885
The Washington Monument is an iconic memorial on the...
from Huntsville (Alabama) Gazette, November 6, 1886
The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1...
by Jack London
Jack London was known for his adventure novels such ...
by Boston Herald Monday, May 11, 1914
Today Mother's Day is a special day around the world...
by The Philadelphia Inquirer April 25,1865
President Abraham Lincoln was the first U.S. Preside...
from The Illinois State Journal - Friday, May 29 1896
On Wednesday, May 27, 1896, a massive tornado struck...