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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
Detroit Alex Rodriguez walked into the New York Yankees visiting clubhouse Monday afternoon at Comerica Park, and suddenly, he was seeing his ghosts of haunted past. [bc-USAT-BBO-NIGHTENGALE]: bc-USAT-BBO-NIGHTENGALE
detroit Alex Rodriguez walked into the New York Yankees visiting clubhouse Monday afternoon at Comerica Park, and suddenly, he was seeing his ghosts of haunted past.
Oren Dorell and Jane Onyanga-Omara [EU agrees to expand migrant rescue effort in the Mediterranean]: EU agrees to expand migrant rescue effort in the Mediterranean
Oren Dorell and Jane Onyanga-Omara., USA TODAY. The European Union agreed Monday to expand its Mediterranean Sea rescue effort to staunch the flood of migrants fleeing to European shores that has resulted in hundreds of deaths in the past week.
Nancy Armour. USA TODAY Sports. Tim Tebow is not, nor will he ever be, NFL starting quarterback material. Now that the former Heisman Trophy winner and cult hero is getting another crack at the NFL, there's a fresh wave of Tebowmania.
By Nate Davis [NFL safety difficult to find via the draft]: NFL safety difficult to find via the draft
@ByNateDavis. USA TODAY Sports. Want to win the Super Bowl, Mr. General Manager? At least one of the safeties for the past seven NFL champions had at least one Pro Bowl appearance on his resume.
Doug Alden [Desiree Linden proud of Boston Marathon 4th place finish]: Desiree Linden proud of Boston Marathon 4th place finish
Doug Alden. Special for USA TODAY Sports. BOSTON -- American Desiree Linden glanced quickly to her right before assessing her fourth-place finish in the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Martin Rogers. @mrogersUSAT. USA TODAY Sports. las vegas The friendship between Floyd Mayweather and Justin Bieber is either the strangest in sports and entertainment or a match made in celebrity heaven.
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