Citations for news articles generally includes the article author, title, publication title, and date of publication. The date is usually broken down to month, day, year format instead of simply listing the year of publication. 

Newspaper article from the paper's website

APA 7th
Dolnick, B. (2020, December 8). Library books: A small antidote to a life of perpetual dissatisfaction. New York Times Magazine. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/08/magazine/public-libraries.html

Chicago 17th
Dolnick, Ben. "Library Books: A Small Antidote to a Life of Perpetual Dissatisfaction." New York Times Magazine, Dec. 8, 2020. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/08/magazine/public-libraries.html

MLA 8th
Dolnick, Ben. "Library Books: A Small Antidote to a Life of Perpetual Dissatisfaction." New York Times Magazine, 8 Dec., 2020, www.nytimes.com/2020/12/08/magazine/public-libraries.html


Newspaper article from a library database

APA 7th
Hagerty, J. R. (2020, March 18). New hot spot for hoarders: Libraries -- as they close down, rush is on for books, DVDs. Wall Street Journal, Eastern edition, A1.

Chicago 17th
Hagerty, James R. "New Hot Spot for Hoarders: Libraries -- as They Close Down, Rush is on for Books, DVDs." Wall Street Journal, Eastern edition, Mar. 18, 2020, EBSCOhost.

MLA 8th
Hagerty, James R. "New Hot Spot for Hoarders: Libraries -- as They Close Down, Rush is on for Books, DVDs." Wall Street Journal, Eastern edition, 18 Mar., 2020, p. A1, EBSCOhost.


Print newspaper article

APA 7th
Johnson, T. C. (2019, March 7). Free Library is seeking $15M more from city. Philadelphia Inquirer, B2.

Chicago 17th
Johnson, TyLisa C. "Free Library is Seeking $15M More from City." Philadelphia Inquirer, Mar. 7, 2019.

MLA 8th
Johnson, TyLisa C. "Free Library is Seeking $15M More from City." Philadelphia Inquirer, 7 Mar., 2019, p. B2.