USA Today initially reported Monday afternoon on an Army “decision” to make it harder to discharge transgender service members. After the Army would not confirm the news and advocates questioned the report, USA Today corrected the story on Monday evening.
A total fluke ended up reuniting a New York family with their missing son.
Bit.ly, a website that allows users to shortens URLs, released an interactive map Thursday that shows in realtime which site are most popular in every state according to bit.ly links.
Gannett, which owns the USA Today, Detroit Free Press and 80 other daily newspapers, spent $2.2 billion to buy a TV station company Thursday. Gannett now owns 43 TV stations and gets more revenue from broadcasting than newspapers.
Howdy, pardners, it’s iPad review day! And all the tech cowboys out there are a hootin’ and a hollerin’.
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