The first option to search for news, and one that will allow you the most control over your search, is to use the Search Box in the center of the LexisNexis Academic search screen.
You can enter a string of search terms in the search box either as individual terms, or using advanced search tools such as proximity or truncation:
Click on the Advanced Options tab to access advanced search options to:
Once you have made your selections from the advanced search menu and click Apply. Search terms will appear inside the main search box, while restrictions will be listed below the search window. Click Search to execute your search:
Another method to search for news on the main LexisNexis screen is the Search the News widget. This searches news articles from 1980-present using keywords.
Note that advanced search features (truncation, /n, date limits) are not available in the Search the News widget.
To access the Search the News widget, click on the drop-down arrow at the end of the box to expand the widget.
Searches can be limited to a specific news source, as indicated below:
To modify your search results, add one or more terms in the Search within Results box in the upper right corner of your results screen. Click Back to Original Results to remove the added term.