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Answered By: Tim McAllister
Last Updated: Feb 25, 2016     Views: 728

Harvard affiliates can get full-text access to the current Washington Post through Factiva or LexisNexis Academic. Law School affiliates can also get access through Westlaw.

To browse the current days news in Factiva, select News Pages at the top left.  Then select Group Pages from the drop-down.  Headlines from the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, and Washington Post will appear on the right side.  Scroll down to The Post, and then use the drop-down to browse by specific sections.

The Post is also available in Westlaw.  Follow the link, login, and begin browsing the latest headlines; or, search by keywords and other factors at the Advanced Search.  For Post content in LexisNexis Academic, follow the link, login (HUID & PIN), and begin searching!

For Post articles from 1887 to 1996, use Proquest Historical Newspapers:  The Washington Post.

The WashingtonPost.com is not offering digital subscriptions to libraries at this time, so we can't subscribe. The library will continue to investigate.  In the meantime, get direct newspaper access to the Financial Times.

For further research or library guidance, Ask us anything anytime: http://asklib.law.harvard.edu/

Answered by Tim McAllister
Last Updated: Feb 25, 2016     Views: 728

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