Collection: US National News Sources

US National News Sources Common Phrases

1. Puerto Rico 32
2. North Korea 15
3. Hurricane Maria 11
4. Kim Jong 11
5. Jong Un 10
6. Kim Jong Un 10
7. Sexual Assault 9
8. White House 8
9. Obamacare Repeal 8
10. Travel Ban 7

Start date: Sept. 22, 2017, 12:15 a.m. - End Date: Sept. 23, 2017, 12:15 a.m.

Lexicological Analysis For US National News Sources

Position Word
1. Trump 106
2. Puerto 35
3. Rico 34
4. Maria 24
5. Korea 23
6. New 21
7. Kim 21
8. Gop 19
9. London 19
10. North 19

Most Common Nouns: A total of 4,376 nouns were found out of 833 headlines

Position Word
1. Is 46
2. Is 41
3. 'S 30
4. Are 24
5. Have 19
6. Says 15
7. Be 14
8. Could 12
9. Was 11
10. Will 10

Most Common Verbs: A total of 1,183 verbs were found out of 833 headlines

Position Word
1. It 22
2. I 18
3. It 17
4. Her 15
5. His 15
6. His 14
7. You 13
8. You 13
9. He 13
10. What 12

Most Common Pronouns: A total of 262 pronouns were found out of 833 headlines

Position Word
1. 10 10
2. 21 8
3. 5 7
4. 70,000 6
5. One 6
6. 20 5
7. 2 4
8. 2016 4
9. One 4
10. 6 4

Most Common Numbers: A total of 152 numbers were found out of 833 headlines

Position Word
1. New 14
2. Russian 12
3. Syrian 6
4. Dead 6
5. Good 5
6. Corporate 5
7. Other 5
8. Best 5
9. American 5
10. German 5

Most Common Adjectives: A total of 467 adjectives were found out of 833 headlines

Position Word
1. N'T 34
2. Not 19
3. Why 19
4. How 15
5. Not 9
6. Here 8
7. Now 8
8. Just 8
9. Now 7
10. Why 6

Most Common Adverbs: A total of 282 adverbs were found out of 833 headlines

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Source Information

We gather our headlines from 16 sources: ABC, Bloomberg, CBS, Christian Science Monitor, CNN, Huffington Post, MSNBC, New York Times, NPR, Teen Vogue, The New Yorker, The Week, Time, USA Today, Washington Post, and Yahoo News. The statistics are updated once an hour. In the future we will have more information available about our sources and more statistics to look at.

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