The Sun.com is a US online edition of The Sun, Britain’s largest newspaper.
The Sun was launched in 1969 with the slogan “forward with the people,” because that is what we believe in.
The Sun cares about the quality of life, the kind of world we live in, and about people. The Sun is more than a newspaper. It is an instigator, an entertainer, a cultural reference point, a finger on the pulse and a daily relationship.
The Sun has been a campaigning newspaper since its inception and continues to be so today, with recent reporting focusing on the plight of refuge shelters for abused women and on male suicide.
Politically, The Sun stands for ordinary working people looking to get on, building better lives for themselves and their families, regardless of where they grow up or which school they went to.
The US Sun has endorsed the pledges of parties of all political stripes (as in the UK) but generally leans to the centre right in its political outlook.
The US Sun was launched in 2019 to bring our style of engaging, hard-hitting, entertaining journalism to a new US audience.
The Sun strives to the very highest standards of accuracy in its reporting, and continues to invest in original journalism in print and online.
Our journalists are expected to work to the Editors’ Code of Practice, the industry benchmark for good journalism in the UK. You can read a copy of the Code here.
Where readers have complaints or concerns about our reporting, The Sun has a robust procedure in place to ensure those complaints are taken seriously and dealt with with all deliberate speed. If you believe a story we have published is inaccurate, you can email [email protected] or write to Editorial Complaints, The Sun, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF, UK.
Further information on the Editorial Complaints process can be found here.