Gannett News Service

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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

Jeff Gluck [NASCAR changes qualifying at Talladega, Daytona]: NASCAR changes qualifying at Talladega, Daytona

Jeff Gluck. USA TODAY Sports. NASCAR has a new qualifying format for Talladega Superspeedway and Daytona International Speedway, a hybrid of its group knockout qualifying and the old single-car format.

Ann Oldenburg ['Daily Show' names Jon Stewart's replacement]: 'Daily Show' names Jon Stewart's replacement

Ann Oldenburg. USA TODAY. It's a big day for Trevor Noah. He's the guy who'll replace Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central, according to The New York Times. Noah, 31, has appeared three times on the show.

Bill Keveney [Surprise visitor saves 'Dead's' day]: Surprise visitor saves 'Dead's' day

Bill Keveney. USA TODAY. Spoiler alert: This story contains numerous details from Sunday's Season 5 finale. Morgan Jones certainly has a sense of dramatic timing.

Brian Mansfield [Rob Thomas headed for Great Unknown Tour]: Rob Thomas headed for Great Unknown Tour

Brian Mansfield. USA TODAY. Rob Thomas plans to release a solo album late this summer, but fans can hear new material early on The Great Unknown 2015 Tour.

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