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News Suite


The News Suite offers quick and easy access to many national and international newspapers and magazines.

Washington Post

Get unlimited access to The Washington Post website and app (requires login). The mobile app is available for Android and iOS devices.


Get unlimited access to all of The New York Times Website. After creating an account, you'll have unlimited access to New York Times for 72 hours. After that, you'll need to login again. The mobile app is available for Android and iOS devices.


Contains 27 of our more popular magazines including People, Essence, Time, and Real Simple. Access is available through the app on iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices.

Search or browse issues of major American newspapers including The New York Times (1980-present), The Wall Street Journal (1984-present), the Washington Post (1877-present), The Los Angeles Times (1985-present), and the Chicago Tribune (1985-present).


Access to nearly 300 consumer health periodicals, including American Fitness, Better Nutrition, Fit Pregnancy, Harvard Health Letter, Men's Health, Prevention, and Vegetarian Times.


Search, check out and read the best in magazines with RBdigital. Page through popular magazines on your mobile device. And there is no time limit; once you check out a magazine, it will remain in your account until you delete it!


    • To use these resources, you will need your 16-digit library card number and PIN. Some of our online resources also require a valid email address.

    • For (RBDigital, Flipster) you will have to create an account or log in with your library card.  Use these step-by-step instructions for help with creating your account.

      Create an RBdigital Account

      Flipster

      The other resources listed here do not require you to create an account. Simply log in using your library card number.

    • In most cases, your PIN is the last four digits of the phone number we have on file for you. If you’re having trouble, contact us with your library card number and we can reset it for you.

    • Prince George's County residents can access most of the Library’s digital services (with the exception of Hoopla and Kanopy), place holds on materials and reserve meeting rooms all without visiting a branch library. Non-Prince George's County residents may also apply for a virtual card that will expire after six months and offer limited benefits.  Virtual cardholders may visit any PGCMLS branch library to upgrade to a physical Library Card. Apply for a virtual card now or learn more about Virtual Cards at our Library card services page.

    • Yes, students of Prince George’s County Public Schools can borrow up to three items with their LINK accounts. LINK offers access to library services using their 9-digit ID Number with PGCPS in front, no sign-up needed!

      • Ex. PGCPS100100100
      • The last four digits of their number is the PIN. (Ex. 0100)  
    • If you’re having trouble logging in or receiving an error message when you enter your card number, try the following:

      • Make sure you’ve entered the full 16-digit card number with no spaces.
      • Make sure you’ve entered your PIN/password. In most cases, your PIN is the last four digits of the phone number we have on file for you. 
      • If you’re getting a message that says you already have an account, click “Forgot my Password” to send a login link to your email address

      If you’re still having trouble, contact us with your library card number and a current email address.

    • Please visit our Online Resources page to access more than 50 online products that can assist with research, tutoring, or getting access to audiobooks, eBooks, videos, and music. Effectively search through reliable materials that inform and entertain.