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USATUSA Today (newspaper)
USATUSA Triathlon
USATUniversal Satellite
USATUltra Small Aperture Terminal
USATUnited States Army Transport
USATUnited Savings Association of Texas
USATUnited States Archery Team
USATUniversal SIM Application Toolkit
USATUnix System Administration Team (APG)
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ENPNewswire-August 27, 2019--Nakedwines.com scores 'Best Wine Club' title at USA TODAY
Fresh on the job at USA Today is an editor who is far from new to the world of journalism.
"People around the world were stunned when Colombians voted down a peace deal that could have ended a 52-year battle between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as the FARC," reports Alan Gomez for USA Today. "The main reservation for Colombian voters was the peace deal was far too lenient on the FARC guerrillas who have been kidnapping, murdering, extorting and terrorizing people in the rural parts of the country for five decades." The agreement was finalized in August with the referendum scheduled.
Gannett Co Inc (NYSE: GCI), a next-generation media company and the parent company of USA TODAY NETWORK, announced on Tuesday that it has made an investment in digital media company Digg.
Heavily driven by gains at its USA Today Sports Media Group, Gannett Co.
King, who took the blues from rural juke joints to the mainstream and influenced a generation of rock guitarists from Eric Clapton to Stevie Ray Vaughan, has died, USA Today reported late on Thursday.
Louis, MO, August 14, 2014 --(PR.com)-- USA TODAY Fantasy Sports and RealTime Fantasy Sports are proud to introduce FantasyScore, a fantasy sports gaming site focused on daily tournament-style games.
26 ( ANI ): The USA Today is reportedly putting up a pay wall and charge visitors to its site for a paid access.
In April 2012, USA TODAY published a series entitled "Ghost Factories," a report on an investigation into lead contaminated soil in hundreds of neighborhoods around the U.S.
USA Today is expanding its Super Bowl ad-rating platform to other categories of sports media.