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USA Gymnastics announces it's dropping Karolyi ranch for training camps amid criticism
A camp scheduled to begin Monday at the Karolyi ranch has been canceled.       
18.01.2018 21:18
There are 3.6M 'DREAMers' — a number far greater than commonly known
Hundreds of thousands of 'DREAMers' would be left unprotected by the immigration negotiations taking place in Washington.       
18.01.2018 21:20
Analysis: Why the latest allegations of a Trump affair are unlikely to hurt the tabloid president
Thursday's headline in celebrity gossip magazineIn Touch Weekly— "My Affair With Donald"— is neither surprising nor groundbreaking.       
18.01.2018 21:10
Almost 250 earthquakes shake Reno area in past week
Is this a warning sign of something bigger?       
18.01.2018 20:04
Ignoring rural areas won't solve America's mass incarceration problem
Ending mass incarceration demands a shift in resources and attention.We need to confront what is happening in all of our backyards.       
18.01.2018 21:35
For inauguration protesters, Trump's still president and they're still in court
As President Trump celebrates one year in office, those arrested protesting his inauguration still face serious charges carrying decades in prison.       
18.01.2018 21:08
Parents chained 13 malnourished kids to furniture, taunted them with food
David Turpin and Louise Turpin werecharged with torture, abuse and other counts thatcould keep them in prison for the rest of their lives.       
18.01.2018 20:49
A record $107 million was raised for Trump’s inauguration. So where did it all go? No one will say.
The leader of Trump's inaugural fundraising committee has not disclosed how much money remains in the bank accounts or where it has all gone.       
18.01.2018 19:19
Mike Trout will be baseball's highest-paid player in 2018
The game's greatest player, Mike Trout, will now be its best-compensated, too.       
18.01.2018 21:30
New federal office to protect consciences, religious objections of health care professionals
The definition of just who that victim appears to be - and the scope of the perceived problem - varies bypolitical views.       
18.01.2018 20:01
Police: Phoenix double-murder suspect tied to 7 other killings
Cleophus Cooksey was in police custody on suspicion of killing his mother and stepfather when police tied him to seven other unsolved homicides.       
18.01.2018 19:27
A consequential president: Trump's tweets have overshadowed the impact of his policies at one year in
The turmoil over Trump's words have overshadowed the consequences of his actions, with impact that will outlive his presidency       
18.01.2018 19:56
Baby hippo born at Disney's Animal Kingdom: The first in 13 years
The hippo hasn't left its mom's side, so the park has yet to determine its weight or gender and has yet to name it.       
18.01.2018 19:05
Amazon's second headquarters: The pros and cons of the finalists
Top contenders needed to be able to help fill 50,000 white-collar tech jobs and boast an infrastructure to accommodate the job influx.       
18.01.2018 21:35
Brigitte Bardot: Most actresses' harassment claims are 'hypocritical and ridiculous'
Bardot, who says she has never been harassed, says majority of #MeToo claims are "hypocritical, ridiculous and without interest."       
18.01.2018 18:56
The 10 craziest Nicolas Cage movie performances, ranked
In honor of 'Mom and Dad' and 'Mandy,' let's break down the films where the Oscar-winning actor totally went 'full Cage.'       
18.01.2018 18:05
In 2015, 200,000 endangered antelope dropped dead in Kazakhstan. This is what killed them
In 2015, more than 200,000 endangered antelope died within three weeks in Kazakhstan.       
18.01.2018 19:04
Is a salad spinner REALLY worth your money?
Why settle for soggy lettuce when you can spin your way to longer lasting greens?       
17.01.2018 20:26
Irony thick for Jaguars RB, who scored three TDs Sunday in Pittsburgh's ouster.       
18.01.2018 13:18
Global warming roars on: Past four years have been Earth's hottest on record
NASA said 2017 was the second-warmest year on record, while the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said it was the third-warmest year.       
18.01.2018 20:27
Seven tips on becoming a 'financial' caregiver
Millions of Americans are not only providing care to aging parents and loved ones, but they’re also serving as “financial” caregivers.       
18.01.2018 21:35
House Republicans plan vote to avert shutdown but Trump may have made it harder
An early morning tweet from President Trump may have made it harder for Congress to avert a government shutdown       
18.01.2018 19:19
While Trump's critics keep talking, our president is fulfilling his promises
By every measure of personal and national prosperity, the nation is better off than it was a year ago, and it's thanks to the integrity of our leader.       
18.01.2018 15:00
UCLA fraternities ban parties with alcohol
The school and its fraternities emphasized the need for safety in addressing the new ban.       
18.01.2018 18:32
Trump rips a father from his family because he can. Shame on America for letting him.
On the day we celebrated Martin Luther King, who fought for people of all colors and means, Trump kicked a family man out of America to prove a point.       
18.01.2018 12:48
Is Trump losing his marbles? The world deserves to know.
I had to take psychological tests to qualify for an embassy position. Would-be presidents should undergo similar scrutiny as a precondition to running.       
18.01.2018 10:00
The Women's March is back. Here's what co-president Tamika Mallory says is different.
Tamika Mallory talks about Power to the Polls, Trump's first year and #MeToo.       
17.01.2018 21:04
Where is Trump's emergency on opioids?
No drug czar. Only a 1% budget increase. And the public health declaration ends next week: Our view       
18.01.2018 00:02
Trump HHS: We’re bringing new urgency to crisis
We're exploring every avenue under the public health emergency declaration: Opposing view       
17.01.2018 23:59
Patriots' Tom Brady limited in practice by hand injury, skips interview with media
Patriots star quarterback, who hasn't missed game due to injury since 2008, has been banged up much of this season.       
17.01.2018 21:37

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For a long time, it was the highest-circulation newspaper, but was displaced by the Wall Street Journal in the fall of 2009 to second place with 1.8 million copies (as of 2010).

USA Today is offered in part as a free newspaper in a slimmer form than the paid edition; Corresponding stands with freely available copies can be found in many hotels, at airports, railway stations and public facilities.

The Daily Record also features a regional edition of USA Today in Greater New York that focuses more on events in New York City and New Jersey; a selection of supra-regional messages is identical to the standard output.

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