What are the most popular news topics?

What are the most popular news topics?

Most popular news topics

Civil rights / civil liberties 13%
Local stories / my town or city 11%
Social issues (abortion, gay marriage, etc.) 11%
Current events, general 10%

What are the 5 main parts of a newspaper article?

The following list explains the five major components, or parts, of a news article.

  • Headline (Heading) The headline is the title of the news article.
  • Byline. This line tells who is writing the article.
  • Location. This is usually placed at the beginning of the article in bold print.
  • Lead Paragraph(s)
  • Supporting Paragraph(s)

What can I write an article about?

Article Writing Topics

  • Global Warming.
  • Environmental Pollution.
  • Corruption.
  • Impact of Internet.
  • Women Empowerment.
  • Education and Movies.
  • Value of Games in Education.
  • Yoga and Mind Healing.

What are the most read articles?


  • Metabolic Effects of Intermittent Fasting.
  • Gender Stereotypes.
  • Parenting and its Effects on Children: On Reading and Misreading Behavior Genetics.
  • The Prescription Opioid and Heroin Crisis: A Public Health Approach to an Epidemic of Addiction.
  • CRISPR-Cas9 Structures and Mechanisms.

Where can I find trending topics?

Here are 14 of the best sources to help you find out what’s trending.

  1. Google Trends. Google Trends is the gold standard for identifying trending search topics in your industry.
  2. Exploding Topics.
  3. SparkToro Trending.
  4. FrontPageMetrics.
  5. Feedly.
  6. Podcast Notes.
  7. Buzzsumo.
  8. Trends.co.

What is viral news?

Viral news is defined as networked news stories that spread online mostly through social media in a much faster and wider manner than other news stories, and this study investigates the elements that make news viral on two social media platforms.

How do you write a good newspaper article?

Newspaper articles should:

  1. Include facts.
  2. Have a short, snappy and informative headline.
  3. Provide a summary at the start explaining what happened (but not giving everything away!).
  4. Use paragraphs to help the reader clearly understand the information.
  5. Provide quotes to show people’s opinions about the event.