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Super Bowl Ads Serve up Politics – And an Escape From It

NEW YORK — Americans weary of a seemingly endless barrage of political news may be looking for a respite as they settle in to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday. They won't get it, although the real-world interruption should at least be brief. For what may b...

Looking Down and Back on a Decade from Space

There has been no shortage of big news over the last decade. Spanning the globe, some stories were expected while others caught the world off guard. Some were so massive they were visible from space, capture...
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AP-NORC/USAFacts Poll: Social Media a Political News Paradox

PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island — It's one of America's leading sources for news about the government, yet also among the least trusted. Social media, a new poll finds, is America's political news paradox. Julie Ferguson, an occupational therapist in central Washi...

This Happened While You Were Out

This week GV Wire reporter Jamie Ouverson connects Fresno with her top stories of last weekend. NFL Teams Leading 'Week Two' - NFL Donald Glover Gives Thanks to President Trump at Emmys - The Hill Ro...