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USA TODAY is the nation's top selling newspaper, offering the latest in news, business, sports, entertainment and lifestyle stories. USA TODAY presents the most relevant and significant stories of the day, concisely edited and presented in a style that is engaging and inclusive. Readers rely on Personal Finance columnists John Waggoner and Sandra Block to deliver insight, advice and tools to manage in a challenging economy. USA TODAY's Entertainment coverage keeps readers on the inside with a expanding variety of movie, TV and celebrity exclusives and daily reviews of the best in entertainment. From world news to the daily Sports report, USA TODAY provides 3.6 million readers with the news and information they need to manage and enjoy their busy lives.
- Language: : English
- Publication date : October 5, 2020
- Date First Available : December 26, 2008
- Publisher : USA TODAY NETWORK (October 5, 2020)
- ASIN : B001KBZ3D2
- Best Sellers Rank: #406,689 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Every morning I look forward to my first cup of coffee and the daily newpaper...USAToday. I won't give up the coffee but it USAToday doesn't start giving me more fair and balanced reports I will cancel my subscription.
Opinion pieces such as "GOP Day of Shame..."Friday, July 26,2019, should be balanced with an opposing viewpoint.
I'm sure that I speak for many readers who want objective news reporting and have had it with left-leaning publications
I really like how the the contents page is organized so that you get title of article and can select if interested.