US newspapers

In the USA daily newspapers are published in 34 different languages. The daily newspapers are of two kinds: quality and popular. "The Wall Street Journal" is a quality newspaper. It covers national and international news. It is a business newspaper with the largest circulation in the country. "The Washington Post", a serious daily newspaper, is of national interest, in particular because it contains full coverage of Congress. A truly national newspaper, "USA Today", in its popular form offers news of general interest. It has a circulation of 1.2 million. But this is not enough for the country where state, city and local news most deeply affects the reader. The problem concerning the national press is acute. On can say that there is no national press in the US, as most daily papers are distributed locally.

In another sense there is a national US press, one that comes from the sharing of news. Some of the largest newspapers not only print, but collect and sell news, news features and photographs to the US and foreign newspapers. "The New York Times", "The Washington Post" the "Los Angeles Times" are the best news services of this kind. Other newspapers of international excellence are: "The Christian Science Monitor"; "The (Baltimore) Sun", the "St. Louis Dispatch", "The Milwaukee Journal". "The New York Times" is ranked as "the world's top daily".