When following the CMS Author Date style, the date is essential to the citation and it is not enclosed in parentheses.
Departments: Regular department titles are capitalized headline-style but not put in quotation marks.
Additionally, entries include the DOI or URL (DOIs are preferred).
The ’s online guide says that “Newspaper and magazine articles may be cited in running text…
and they are commonly omitted from a reference list.” This means that you may be able to simply mention a newspaper article in your work: As Edith Lederer notes in a article published December 31, 206, Ban Ki-moon valued meeting with world leaders as part of the fight against climate change.
Some newspaper articles may not have a named author.
In such cases, use a shortened version of the article title instead: Ban Ki-moon valued meeting world leaders to discuss climate change (“Ban Ki-moon buoyed by climate accord,” 2016).