It is important to cite your sources. And it is much easier to create citations if you keep track of information while doing your research, instead of trying to find citation information after you are done.
The information you need will depend on the citation guide you use and the format (print, microform, electronic) from which you got the information. You will need at the very least the author(s), article title, title of the publication, publication date, page and for electronic resources the URL.
Here are links to commonly used style manuals which contain examples of how to cite newspapers:
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