Editorials, also called "Op-Ed" pieces (for opinion & editorial), express an opinion about a subject or take a stand, such a recommending a particular action.
Editorials are most commonly found in newspapers. Unlike regular news articles, which seek to inform or give facts, editorials don't pretend to be unbiased; their purpose is to persuade.
An easy way to find editorials is to choose one of our Newspaper Databases and to include the word editorial in your search. Other useful keywords are opinion and commentary.
So, if your subject was "assisted suicide," you could search using the keywords:
"assisted suicide" editorial
Method 1, Using the Advanced Search:
Need to apply a date limit? Look for the "Date Range" option just below the search boxes.
Method 2, Using results screen options:
Need to apply a date limit? Look for the date slider bar at left of the results.
You can also change the sort order from Relevance to publication date Most Recent First.