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What type of magazine is Newsday?

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"Newsday" is a daily newspaper based in Long Island, New York, that offers local, regional and national news coverage in a tabloid format. It includes sports, entertainment, opinion and classified sections as well. Subscribers can read "Newsday" in both print and digital form and its daily news stories are available to read for free through at Newsday.com. "Newsday" has won 19 Pulitzer Prizes, as of 2015.

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The sports section in "Newsday" covers both school and professional sports stories in-depth. It offers real-time scores, analysis, statistics and schedules. The "Newsday" entertainment section largely contains stories that cover celebrity news, upcoming films and popular television series. The classified section in "Newsday" includes job postings, real estate and cars for sale. "Newsday" also offers its subscribers money-saving coupons for various different products and services.

The "Newsday" opinion section includes opinion pieces, personal columns, letters to the editor and cartoons. One of its most notable editorial cartoonists is Matt Davies, who is a Pulitzer Prize winner. His cartoons comment on politics and social issues, including racial relations in America. Other notable "Newsday" cartoonists include Matt Bodkin and Jimmy Margulies. Bodkin's cartoons cover traffic, politics, education and sports. Margulies' cartoons deal with various political and social issues, ranging from race to religion.

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