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Guest column: Sal Arora, CEO of Aleya Labs, discusses new data showing that Millennials are more voracious readers of news than Baby Boomers and more likely to consult social media for election updates Millennials and
The first of three debates revealed what was already known, one candidate trades on preparation and experience, the other on emotion, and the voters are locked into choices Yesterday’s first presidential debate allowed many in
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A.H. Belo stock rises on the rumor, one that makes sense as the Morning News is, like Gannett, a product of a newspaper-broadcast spin-off The newspaper publisher Gannett really wants to buy something. Anything, apparently.
The New York Times says it will be partnering with Google Jigsaw on a new commenting system, as the paper continues to grapple with abusive language, trolling and outright lying The latest rage is the
‘Trump is a clear and present danger to our country. He has no history of governance that should engender any confidence from voters.’ he Cincinnati Enquirer, by its own admission, has endorsed the Republican candidate