Publications that appear at regular intervals like newspapers, magazines and journals are periodical publications.
Author's name. "Title of the Article." Periodical title. Series number or name if available. Volume number if available. Issue number if available. Date of publication [for a scholarly journal, the year; for other periodicals, the day, month, and year, as available]: inclusive page numbers. Print.
Miners, Zach. "Twitter Takes a Trip to College." U.S. News & World Report
146.8 Aug.2009: 56-57. Print.
Butler, Judith. “Critique, Dissent, Disciplinarity.” Critical Inquiry 35.4 (2009):
How to cite Nonperiodical print publications such as Books and pamphlets.
Author's name. Title of the book. Place of publication: publisher, date of publication.
Walsh, Aaron E. Java for Dummies. Southlake, TX: IDG Books Worldwide,
Inc., 1996. Print.