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  • Chavez, meanwhile, called state television on Thursday and urged Venezuelans to "pay no attention to rumors," apparently referring to the newspaper's report.

  • In between he was the newspaper's executive editor.

    USA TODAY's Editorial Board

  • USA TODAY's Editorial Board, which forms the opinions expressed in USA TODAY's editorials, is the staff of the newspaper's opinion section.

    USA TODAY's Editorial Board

  • It is not aligned with either political party and, since the newspaper's founding in 1982, has never endorsed any political candidate.

    USA TODAY's Editorial Board

  • Scientists who reviewed the newspaper's results said even those lower levels are troubling, because people exposed to them could face an increased risk of cancer.

    States' tests for toxic air near schools called into doubt

  • The newspaper's analysis relies on the Medicare patient-satisfaction survey called HCAHPS, for the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers, begun in 2006.

    Medicare data can help patients fill perception gap

  • The first time I encountered this approach was in writing a small article about for The Christian Science Monitor, when I was that newspaper's San Francisco bureau chief.

    Paul Van Slambrouck: The Gift Economy

  • As the independent nose grows large, sprouts spindly legs and goes walkabout, the distraught Kovaliov rushes to the police, tries to place an ad in the newspaper's lost-and-found column and frantically pursues the errant appendage.

    An Ingeniously Staged 'Nose'

  • Britons of all stripes said they were disgusted and revolted by the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper's tactics and British lawmakers held an emergency debate on Parliament on Wednesday in which many condemned the paper.

    News of the World shutting down amid scandal

  • The group claimed to have posted a fake story on the newspaper's website that purported to report that Rupert Murdoch, News Corp.'s chairman and chief executive, had died the day before he was to appear in Parliament to answer questions about an ongoing phone-hacking scandal.

    New York Homes Searched in Probe of 'Anonymous'


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