Category:The New York Sun

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English: The New York Sun was a politically conservative weekday daily newspaper published in New York City from 2002 to 2008. When it debuted on April 16, 2002, adopting the name, motto, and masthead of an otherwise unrelated earlier New York paper, The Sun (1833–1950), it became the first general-interest broadsheet newspaper to be started in New York City in several decades.
The New York Sun (periodico) (it); ニューヨーク・サン (ja); The New York Sun (fr); The New York Sun (id); ניו יורק סאן (he); New York Sun (ca); New York Sun (de); The New York Sun (en); 紐約太陽報 (zh); די ניו יארק סאן (yi) Tageszeitung (de); newspaper (en); 美国报纸 (zh); עיתון (he); gazetë (sq) ניו יארק סאן, The New York Sun (yi); ザ・ニューヨーク・サン (ja); New York Sun (fr); New York Sun (en); סאן, The New York Sun (he); 纽约太阳报, 太阳报, 太陽報 (zh)
The New York Sun 
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Instance ofdaily newspaper
Location United States of America
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  • 16 April 2002
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date
  • 2008
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