News.Com published an article about demonstrations in Peru.
Should I capitalize 'com' as I did?
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You should follow the usage of the website itself.
When I try to go to https://news.com, I get redirected to https://www.cnet.com/news, so I wouldn’t use “news.com” at all; I’d use either the C|Net URL that it redirects to, or I’d refer to it as “C|Net news”, leaving “news” as lowercase because it does not appear to be the actual title of the page.
If, however, I go to https://news.com.au, and look at the “About Us” link, I see that they use “Welcome To News.Com.Au” in the title, but in the body text, they have used both “news.com.au” in the middle of a sentence, and “News.com.au” at the beginning of a sentence, so I would not capitalize the “.com.au” when using the “name” of the site, and I would only capitalize “News” if it was at the beginning of the sentence.