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USA Today
Desert Sun/USA TODAY wins Knight-Risser Prize for groundwater reportdesert southwest – and around the world. That’s when James reached out to USA T
Desert Sun/USA TODAY wins Knight-Risser Prize for groundwater report
USA Today / Posted 8 days ago
desert southwest – and around the world. That’s when James reached out to USA TODAY videographer Steve Elfers and reporter Steve Reilly. Together, the trio produced “Pumped Dry: The Global Crisis of Vanishing Groundwater,” a multi-platform report... Read more
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The Mercury News
Outside Lands: What sets festival apart?like comedy shows help draw an older crowd than festivals like Coachella. "Fro
Outside Lands: What sets festival apart?
The Mercury News / Posted 19 days ago
like comedy shows help draw an older crowd than festivals like Coachella. "From families all the way to older folks," said Steve Reilly, 31. "I enjoy that. It's much more family-oriented, shockingly." Melody Stein, who brought the food-truck... Read more
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USA Today
Obama says he's proud to have 'reinvigorated' long-neglected clemency powerit will be reviewed by my White House counsel, and I'm going to, as best as I c
Obama says he's proud to have 'reinvigorated' long-neglected clemency power
USA Today / Posted 21 days ago
it will be reviewed by my White House counsel, and I'm going to, as best as I can, make these decisions based on the merits, as opposed to political considerations." Steve Reilly contributed. Read or Share this story: http://usa... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The Content of Donald Trump's Characterwho sold his properties. And, ironically, several law firms that once represent
The Content of Donald Trump's Character
Op-Ed News / Posted 28 days ago
who sold his properties. And, ironically, several law firms that once represented him in these suits and others," wrote Steve Reilly in USA Today. Moreover, Fred Trump, "the smartest" man his son ever knew, did not respect the dignity of black... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
DNC on day two, Alan Grayson feeling blue, arsenic just for youtrue, it wouldn't be the first time Trump skipped town without paying his vendo
DNC on day two, Alan Grayson feeling blue, arsenic just for you
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
true, it wouldn't be the first time Trump skipped town without paying his vendors, as this investigation by USA Today's Steve Reilly pointed out a month ago. Farmer-less debate: Sparks have flown between state Senate candidates Gary Farmer and... Read more

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