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Over the past few decades, more than 2,000 newspapers across the country have closed, leaving many communities without a reliable source of local information. Researchers say this crisis in journalism, driven by changes in technology, is fueling the country's political divisions. In this NewsHour program from the America at a Crossroads series, Judy Woodruff visited a community in Texas that recently lost its newspaper.
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