"An Introduction to the WPA Slave Narratives." Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938. If a reference list entry is needed follow the example below. "Natural Hair Creates a More Inclusive Standard," My Natural Hair Journey (blog), Huffington Post, July 12. It is nearly impossible for the Chicago Manual of Style to provide examples for citing every new social media platform, but you may find advice or examples on their Chicago Style Q&A or CMOS Shop Talk. For more information see: Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide Blog posts and comments are generally cited in the running text and omitted from the reference list.
For more information see: Chicago Manual of Style, 15.47 Newspaper articles can be cited in the running text (e.g., As John Eligon mentioned in his November 18, 2015 New York Times article ....) and not included in the reference list. However, if a formal citation is needed, follow the example below, separating the year and month/day. "The Blacker the Berry: Gender, Skin Tone, Self-Esteem, and Self-Efficacy." Gender and Society 15 (3): 336-57. For more information see: Chicago Manual of Style, 15.47 Magazine articles can be cited in the running text (e.g., As Scott Spencer mentions in his May 1979 Harper's article "Childhood's End," ....) and not included in the reference list. While you should always cite the format you used, the original date of the work, if known, should be privileged in the citation. The examples below modify the format used in the notes/bibliography style, moving the year to the second position. The Transact-SQL date and time functions are listed in the following tables.