OneSearch is the main search box on the Library's website. You can also access it directly:
OneSearch contains the content from over 300 databases, the library catalog, and more.
You can use it to find news, but you relinquish control over your search when you use a database with such a large set of information.
News-specific databases give you more control and provide advanced functionality. Those options are listed below, with useful tips and tricks.
Access World News is an expansive database with many options for increased control over your search. The advanced search interface provides news-specific tools.
The database includes full-text articles from 600 U.S. newspapers and over 700 international newspapers.
Follow a country or topic on a regular basis by setting up email alerts in Access World News.
Above: Landing page for Argentina in the news. Click Create Alert to get email updates.
Above: When you receive a list of search results, there is an option to Create Alert at the top. Use the refiner to sort by Newest if you want the most recent articles.
Result interface checklist: