Another word for newspaper
Varieties of newspapers include: daily, weekly, bi-weekly, metropolitan, rural, national, business, tabloid, trade, provincial, community.
Parts of newspapers include: front page, editorial page, local news, domestic news, international news, magazine, business, society, sports, entertainment section, amusement section, rotogravure, comics, comic page, classified, advertising, syndicated section*, boiler plate*.
Editions of newspapers include: morning, afternoon, evening, home, extra, special, suburban, city, metro, final, mail, Sunday.
Famous newspapers include:England: The Times, Financial Times, Daily Mail, Daily Express, Daily Mirror, Guardian, Sun, News of the World; France: Le Temps, Le Figaro, Le Monde; Russia: Pravda, Izvestiya, Trud; Germany: Die Welt, Frankfurter Allgemeine; U.S.: USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Sun-Times, Christian Science Monitor, Wall Street Journal, Baltimore Sun, Miami Herald, Chicago Tribune, Milwaukee Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times.