The New York Daily News is a well-known paper in the city, but their circulation has significantly declined since its heyday in the 40s and 50s. According to the Huffington Post, back then the paper would sell about a million copies a day, and now it's at around 200,000.
But you'd still think that's worth something, right? Yes. It's worth $1.
The Chicago Tribune reports that the paper has been sold to Tronc, formerly known as Tribune Publishing, for just a single American dollar. The New York Daily News reported the same exact thing on their own front page: