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Search newspapers, magazines, and other trustworthy sources for articles on any topic.
Articles - In Depth Search (For high school level and up.)
Search multiple sources to find articles from magazines, journals, newspapers, books, and primary sources. Includes Academic Search Complete.
Full-text access to 300+ Chinese magazines. Formats available include: multi-media (original version), HTML text, audio, and a mobile version.
Note: Outside the library, the username and password are: sjplib
A free database including scans of historical California newspapers published from 1846 to the present.
Consumer Reports (Articles via EBSCO)
Full-text articles and ratings from Consumer Reports Magazine.
Get information on any topic by searching select popular magazines, newspapers, biographies, primary source documents, over 1 million images, AP videos, and references books.
Historical documents, current viewpoints, news, country information, videos, podcasts and more provide a rich analysis of critical global issues. From Gale.
Articles on current events and hot topics, and local articles from the San Jose Mercury News from 1985 to current.
Learn about current social issues with pro/con viewpoint essays, periodical articles, biographies, images, podcasts and more. Provided by Gale.
PressReader contains over 7000 digital magazines and newspapers from around the world, in multiple languages. Read these eMagazines and eNewspapers in the PressReader app available on most devices' app store, or in your desktop/laptop's browser.
San José Mercury News (Newsbank) (1985-present)
Full-text articles and death notices, excluding classifieds and other ads, from the San José Mercury News. Includes articles on news/current events from other sources.