For (fortiden) - future; vente - wait. Wait for the future (expect) - forvente.
I can only imagine this phrasing in the context of "Man, this article is poorly written." "Well, what do you expect from that newspaper?" I would maybe more likely hear "What do you expect to find in the news?"
The Norwegian sentence would likely be from a questionnaire, like if the newspaper wanted to get feedback on what its readers wanted to read.
I think that either "in" or "from" may be used in this sentence in either sense of the sentence: (A) the news in the newspaper today, or (B) the features of a good newspaper, in general. We get the news and the other features FROM the newspaper (a business), but we read them IN the newspaper (a document).