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Gannett News Service
Founded in 1943, this daily news service provides 2,000 monthly stories that cover the editorial spectrum. Subscribers receive international, national, state, sports, business and lifestyle stories from bureaus in countries around the world. The service also includes
30 special-interest columns. Contributors include USA TODAY, the Arizona Republic, the Des Moines Register, the Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle, the Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.) and the Cincinnati Enquirer. Moves with art.
Gannett News Service Samples
Rob Pegoraro, Special for USA TODAY [Thanksgiving tech support: Replace older browsers]: Thanksgiving tech support: Replace older browsers
Rob Pegoraro, Special for USA TODAY. EDS: HOLD FOR RELEASE UNTIL 6 AM ET SUNDAY, 11/23/14. Q: I've started seeing sites saying my browser is too old or unsupported, but I can't download a newer version of it for my computer.
Jennifer Jolly, Special for USA TODAY [Best places to shop for gadgets online]: Best places to shop for gadgets online
Jennifer Jolly, Special for USA TODAY. EDS: HOLD FOR RELEASE UNTIL 12:01 AM ET SUNDAY 11/23/14.
William Cummings, USA TODAY [U.Va. suspends fraternities amid rape investigation]: U.Va. suspends fraternities amid rape investigation
William Cummings, USA TODAY. The University of Virginia has suspended all fraternities and their social activities until Jan. 9 while the school reviews its policies regarding sexual assault, the university's president announced Saturday.
Gregg Zoroya, USA TODAY [U.S. officers mourn losing their 1st Ebola patient]: U.S. officers mourn losing their 1st Ebola patient
Gregg Zoroya, USA TODAY.
Laura Mandaro, USA TODAY Network [Black Seadevil caught on camera at depth of 1,900 feet]: Black Seadevil caught on camera at depth of 1,900 feet
Laura Mandaro, USA TODAY Network. SAN MATEO, Calif.
Linda Dono, USA TODAY [Woman jailed in White House protest had purple pistol]: Woman jailed in White House protest had purple pistol
Linda Dono, USA TODAY. WASHINGTON -- A Michigan woman remains in jail Saturday after being arrested with a gun during a protest outside the White House -- the second person to be detained with a firearm in two days.
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