USA Today hires Soule as Florida government accountability reporter

Douglas Soule will join the USA Today Network in Florida as a statewide government accountability reporter. Recently, Soule was an economic development reporter at Mountain State Spotlight in West Virginia. Before that, he served as a Report for America corps member state watchdog reporter. He interned at The Globe Post and was a participant at […]

USA Today reporter Nelson set to depart

Sarah Nelson, a community reporter for the Independent Mail and the South Carolina-based Greenville News at USA Today will leave next week. Nelson’s tweet reads: “I have loved telling stories that resonate in the Upstate community and am grateful for amazing editors and colleagues who’ve pushed me to be a better communicator. My husband and […]

USA Today celebrates 40th anniversary

USA Today, which was first published on September 15, 1982 has launched its “To the Point” brand campaign to mark  40 years in journalism. It highlights the publication’s concise journalism and impactful content. USA Today introduced color to the newspaper industry with infographics and popular culture stories. Maribel Perez Wadsworth, president of Gannett Media said: […]

USA Today seeks a general consumer news reporter

USA Today’s Money & Consumer team is seeking a reporter to cover general consumer news, focusing on how people can save, spend, grow and protect their money, including trending news and enterprise around consumer habits. This reporter should be on the cutting edge of consumer trends and aim to be an authority on consumer news. […]

USA Today seeks a personal finance reporter

USA Today’s Money & Consumer team is looking for a personal finance reporter who can chronicle how Americans spend, save, invest and lose money — using a variety of storytelling forms, including features, explainers and off-platform formats like Twitter Spaces. The reporter will need to stay abreast of the shifting attitudes and behaviors toward money, […]

USA Today taps travel and consumer reporter Hines to cover food

Morgan Hines, travel and consumer news reporter at USA Today, has switched roles and is now a food reporter. She joined in 2019 as an intern and then was a digital travel reporting fellow. She then served as a travel and entertainment reporter. She was a contributor at Forbes and Hearst and was a journalist […]

USA Today removes 23 stories following ‘fabricated’ quotes

USA Today removed 23 articles from its website after an internal investigation found “fabricated” quotes in the stories of one of its journalists. An editor’s note read: “After receiving an external correction request, USA Today audited the reporting work of Gabriela Miranda. The audit revealed that some individuals quoted were not affiliated with the organizations […]

USA Today reporter Miller leaves for law school

Ryan Miller, breaking news/news NOW reporter at USA Today, has left to attend law school after a six-year stint. He joined USA Today in 2016 as an intern and was then promoted to digital editor. Previously, he held editorial roles, including news editor and executive news editor, at Georgetown Voice, Georgetown University’s student news magazine. […]

USA Today hires Diller to cover consumer travel

USA Today has hired Nathan Diller to cover consumer travel. He has been working as a freelancer and fact checker for places such as Bustle, DCist, Eater DC, The Washington Post, Time Out, Vulture and Washingtonian. He was a staff writer at DCist as well. Diller holds a bachelor’s degree from The New School and a master’s […]

Racioppi swaps NJ Record for USA Today

USA Today has hired Dustin Racioppi as Atlantic region politics and government editor. Recently, he covered the statehouse beat for The New Jersey Record. Racioppi served as an investigative reporter at Asbury Park Press in New Jersey and was a general assignment reporter at Additionally, he reported for The Vail Daily in Colorado and […]