*Include a link in-text and do not include the website in your reference list:
In-text: Students can find answers to APA questions on the APA Style Blog (https://apastyle.apa.org/blog).
No reference entry.
News Articles Found Online
The 7th edition of the APA distinguishes between citing a web page found on a news website and citing an article from an online newspaper, and it can be difficult to know which kind of source you are using.
If the article is from a source published periodically (e.g., daily, weekly, monthly), you are citing from an online newspaper. These sources are often also published in print.
If the source is not published at any regular interval, it is a news website. Some news websites exist on their own, and others are connected to broadcast news sources (radio or television).
Online Newspaper Article:
Includes sources like The Edmonton Journal, The Globe and Mail, and The New York Times.