Many feature stories are recorded in the online archives of magazines and newspapers. A feature story is a piece of in-depth journalism. It differs from headline journalism in the length of the piece and the level of det... More »

Feature articles look at news stories in-depth rather than delivering breaking news. One example is a human interest story that discusses someone's experiences. More »

Websites with resources for parents and teachers of children with autism, such as PBISWorld and One Place for Special Needs, often feature free examples of social stories. Some schools or special education teachers also ... More » Education K-12

Some newspapers maintain online archives of old editions, such as the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. The Library of Congress also has its own corresponding collections of newspapers issued in previous decades ... More » Art & Literature Literature Magazines & Newspapers

One way to write a good trivia question is to formulate a question about current events by skimming through newspapers, magazines and media websites for up-to-date information. Make the question hard but not too hard, re... More » Education Writing

To read the archives from the Gary, Indiana Post Tribune, search for stories using an online archival website such as High Beam Research or search for old stories on the Post Tribune's website. You may also search the fu... More » Art & Literature Literature Magazines & Newspapers

Good ideas for stories are typically generated through the act of writing itself. Writers generally need to pick out a subject or idea that interests them, consider it deeply, and then write their thoughts. This process ... More » Education Writing