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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.

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Bryan Alexander, USA TODAY [Keanu Reeves seeks a killer return with 'John Wick']: Keanu Reeves seeks a killer return with 'John Wick'

Bryan Alexander, USA TODAY. Quick, name the last Keanu Reeves movie you saw at a theater.

Bryan Alexander, USA TODAY ['John Wick' beagle is 'cutest dog in the world']: 'John Wick' beagle is 'cutest dog in the world'

Bryan Alexander, USA TODAY. Even the biggest Hollywood star can use a cute-puppy box-office boost. Enter Andy, the beagle star of John Wick. is so talented that he plays Daisy -- a female -- who steals star Keanu Reeves' heart.

Jeff Gluck, USA TODAY Sports [No penalties: Ryan Newman's car clears NASCAR inspection]: No penalties: Ryan Newman's car clears NASCAR inspection

Jeff Gluck, USA TODAY Sports. CHARLOTTE -- Ryan Newman survived a treacherous race at Talladega Superspeedway.

Oren Dorell, USA TODAY [Ukraine urges Russia to stop separatist elections]: Ukraine urges Russia to stop separatist elections

Oren Dorell, USA TODAY. KIEV, Ukraine -- Ukraine's foreign minister urged Russia on Tuesday to dissuade separatists in the east from holding their own elections on Nov. 2 because the unauthorized vote could lead to a permanent divide.

Liz Szabo, USA TODAY [Ebola vaccine trials could start in Africa in January]: Ebola vaccine trials could start in Africa in January

Liz Szabo, USA TODAY. Trials of Ebola vaccines could begin as early as January in the West African countries most affected by the virus, a World Health Organization official said Tuesday.

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