Nexis Uni provides access to full-text of local, national, and international news sources, and allows you to narrow news down to the geographic location discussed in the news story, as well as the geographic location where the news story was published. Includes the Washington Post, New York Times, and other major political news sources.
The SLU Libraries provide WSJ memberships to all SLU students, faculty and staff. Readers have complete and personalized digital access to The Wall Street Journal and the WSJ app. The SLU Community can activate their complimentary memberships by visiting this link, logging into the SLU school portal, and creating a WSJ account on the registration page.
POLITICO Pro offers granular reporting and analysis across 16 policy coverage areas along with tools, trackers, and data to provide key policy intelligence. Pro's newsroom is staffed by 100+ policy-specific reporters with connections across Washington.
News sources often have a perspective through which they see the world. That doesn't mean they're not credible sources, but it's important to recognize what the perspective of a source is, and take that into account when you analyze it. Media Bias/Fact Check can help you figure out the perspective, potential bias, and credibility of news sources and think tanks.
Pocket allows you to save articles as you come across them online to read later. You can use this with full text html articles you find through the Library website, or online anywhere else. Use pocket on your mobile device and/or with your browser.