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USA Today NETWORK-Wisconsin newspapers are going pink today to honor National Mammography Day and raise awareness about early detection options for breast cancer.
The Arizona Republic, the traditionally conservative newspaper that endorsed a Democrat for president for the first time in its 125 years last month, responded on Monday to the scores of death threats, canceled subscriptions, and accusations of ...
police arrested known gang member John Felix in the killing of two Palm Springs police officers Saturday afternoon. Felix, 26, was captured alive around 12:50 a.m.
Golfweek magazine was purchased from Turnstile Publishing by Gannett, owners of USA Today and more than 100 other newspapers and television stations around the United States. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, though several sources in the ...
Some newspapers are also endorsing much earlier than usual, rather than waiting until the final week or two of the campaign.
USA Today did not endorse Hillary Clinton - they just pleaded for voters not to pick Donald Trump - but Clinton has become the first Democrat ever endorsed by several Republican-friendly newspapers. "Meanwhile, Donald Trump has earned zero ...
Sixteen U.S. newspapers have so far endorsed Hilary Clinton for the U.S. presidency, and no newspaper has endorsed Donald Trump.
Gannett, publisher of USA Today and several other newspapers, is poised to purchase the company that owns the Los Angeles Times in a deal that could be announced as early as today, according to the website Politico.
Although USA Today has so far been the only newspaper to publish a denouncement of a candidate, except as part of another endorsement, it is a just the latest in a string of newspapers that have broken from their endorsement traditions this election.
A growing number of conservative newspaper editorial boards are breaking long-standing traditions and endorsing Democrat Hillary Clinton, Libertarian Gary Johnson, or no one at all.
Describing Trump as "erratic," "ill-equipped" to be commander in chief and a "serial liar," the newspaper slammed him for trafficking in "prejudice" and having a "checkered" business record. ADVERTISEMENT. "This year, the choice isn't between two ...
Speaking to WZZM in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Trump responded to USA Today's editorial, saying he doesn't read the newspaper. "It's not much of a newspaper as far as I'm concerned," Trump said, adding, "USA Today is looking to get publicity. Let's see ...
USA Today Weighs In On A Presidential election For First Time Ever Just To Reject Trump. By Sean Colarossi on Thu, Sep 29th, 2016 at 7:58 pm.
Also on Thursday night, USA Today published an op-ed by Trump's vice presidential pick, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, who praises his running mate as leading a movement similar to the one catalyzed by Ronald Reagan.
The newspaper, one of the most widely circulated in the country, published a scathing critique of the Republican nominee on Thursday, arguing that no presidential contest until now has warranted such a statement.
National newspaper USA Today broke its decades-long streak of staying out of presidential endorsements with a scathing editorial Thursday night, saying Republican nominee Donald Trump is "unfit for the presidency.
In the home stretch of his candidacy, Trump has lost a slate of newspaper endorsements that in previous years went to the Republican nominee.
Here's what the USA Today Network is doing: Transforming what have long been text-first newsrooms into dynamos for online video that can be sold to advertisers at higher rates.
USA Today joins a string of other newspapers breaking with their traditions to go against Trump. The Arizona Republic and the Cincinnati Enquirer both endorsed Hillary Clinton over Trump, breaking with decades, and in the Republic's case, more than a ...
Stein told the newspaper in August that she was planning to crash the debate. She did the same thing four years ago, and the stunt ended with Stein handcuffed to a chair.
Gannett, which posted a 2015 revenue of $2.89 billion, owns dozens of papers throughout the country, including USA Today, the Arizona Republic, the Detroit Free Press and many more.
USA Today on Thursday announced a one-month suspension for Glenn Reynolds' biweekly column after the commentator violated the newspaper's standards, the Knoxville News Sentinel reported. "I didn't live up to my own standards, and I didn't meet USA ...
It's the first major collaborative effort out of the USA Today Network, which was formed in December to connect and encourage collaboration among Gannett's newspaper titles around the country. "We felt there's a responsibility for us not only to inform ...
Faculty interested in receiving the free newspapers for use in their classrooms should email the Penn State student Newspaper Readership Program at newspapers@psu.edu and provide their contact information, office address, and a copy of the course ...
Due to technical issues with the Argus Leader press, delivery of Saturday's paper to subscribers and to single-copy sellers will be significantly delayed.
FLINT - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's trip to Flint was billed as a visit to learn about the Flint water crisis in a community that has been suffering through more than two years of using bottled water for the most basic of needs ...
The newspaper industry giants, such as the New York Times, Washington Post, and USA Today are making the transition to the internet with ease.
Philadelphia, PA - SEPTEMBER 7: Warren Miller, 68, reads the USA Today with a headline stating 'Clinton Lead Over Trump Shrinks,' before Republican Presidential nominee Donald J. Trump delivers a speech at The Union League of Philadelphia on September ...
Hillary Clinton on newspaper Philadelphia, PA - SEPTEMBER 7: Warren Miller, 68, reads the USA Today with a headline stating 'Clinton Lead Over Trump Shrinks,' before Republican Presidential nominee Donald J. Trump delivers a speech at The Union League ...
Soon after moving onto campus as a residential student in late August, he talked with USA Today sports writer Jeff Gluck for the national newspaper's weekly series of 12-question interviews with NASCAR drivers. Byron recently signed a development deal ...
"The duties now include overseeing several websites on multiple platforms, other new revenue initiatives and coordinating regional cooperation among titles and the build out of the USA Today Network." Green, who was listed as ... In doing away with ...
Soon after moving onto campus as a residential student in late August, he talked with USA Today sports writer Jeff Gluck for the national newspaper's weekly series of 12-question interviews with NASCAR drivers. Byron recently signed a development deal ...
Conceding that recent news reports hadn't proven any actual wrongdoing or lawbreaking with the foundation and its connection the State Department when Clinton was secretary of state, editorials from Washington Post, Boston Globe, and USA Today, ...
Saying he was there to "listen to your message," Donald Trump stuck to a prepared script during a service held at Great Faith Ministries Church in Detroit before a predominately African American congregation.


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