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Wall Street Journal Access

To access Wall Street Journal (Online) today's edition in ProQuest: click here

ProQuest ABI/INFORM includes the full text of the Wall Street Journal from 2010 to the present. It has most web-only content from WSJ.com.

You might be prompted to log in with a MyCalStateLA ID username and password.

The link should directly take you to today's articles, and a specific issue can be chosen by selecting the date from the drop-down list.

The comparison of today's W web news with the library database article.

New York Times Access

To access the New York Times print-version articles in today's edition in ProQuest: click here

To access the New York Times online-version articles in today's edition in ProQuest: click here

You might be prompted to log in using the EZProxy screen (shown below). The Login is the MyCalStateLA ID username and password.

The link should directly take you to today's articles, and a specific issue can be chosen by selecting the date from the drop-down list.

The comparison of NY Times web news with the library database article.

 

WSJ & NY Times in Factiva

Dow Jones Factiva includes the full text of the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. 

1. On the Search page, click on Source in the left column
2. In the Source box, type: wall street journal or new york times
3. Select the WSJ/NYT version(s) you want, or select All sources
4. Enter search words or phrases in the Free Text Search box, separating search words/phrases with "and," "or" "not." For example, trade war and china

How to Find a Specific Article?

If you are looking for a specific article that ran in The New York Times or the Wall Street Journal, e.g.: "The Coronavirus in America: The Year Ahead" in NY Times

You can use the hl= feature in the free text search box combined with the source code for the New York Times and the date field:
hl=The Coronavirus in America; source code=New York Times - all sources; date = last three months

If you are looking for an older article, you'll need to change the date range to capture the publishing date of the article you are seeking.

 

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