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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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Liz Szabo, USA TODAY [Solutions to woes of mentally ill exist but aren't used]: Solutions to woes of mentally ill exist but aren't used
Liz Szabo, USA TODAY. EMBARGOED FOR ALL USES UNTIL NOON MONDAY, DEC. 22. The USA could dramatically improve the lives of the 10 million Americans with serious mental illness if it would make wider use of proven programs.
Alan Gomez, USA TODAY [Cuba has more economic - not political - freedom]: Cuba has more economic - not political - freedom
Alan Gomez, USA TODAY. MIAMI -- As the United States prepares to enter a new era in its relations with Cuba, it will encounter an island that has undergone significant economic changes in the past few years.
Gary Levin [Volatile Quinn fuels 'Homeland' season finale]: Volatile Quinn fuels 'Homeland' season finale
Gary Levin. @garymlevin. USA TODAY. He's played Prince Albert in The Young Victoria and Pride and Prejudice's duplicitous Mr. Wickham.
The San Diego Padres are worried, and, OK, a bit scared. Matt Kemp was the man they wanted. The cool dude with the Midwest charm and Hollywood looks would be the face of their franchise.
Claudia Puig, USA TODAY. The retooled Broadway classic has been superficially updated, but not at all improved. QuvenzhanÃ© Wallis is adorably plucky as the lead in Annie. Annie is no longer an orphan; orphanages are a thing of the past.
Brent Schrotenboer. @Schrotenboer. USA TODAY Sports. The last time he had a chance like this, Ryan Lindley admits, he blew it. "I kind of screwed the first one up," Lindley told USA TODAY Sports this week.
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