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This section makes it possible to compare the same field by different newspapers, from a totally objective criterion: the alphabetical order; The reason is that it is a criterion that is "NEUTRAL AT THE IDEOLOGICAL LEVEL", so it can be used as the meeting point to inform all Spaniards, and from which all the neighbors can speak without getting angry with each other, as they divulge to all that you inform yourself in this section of this website:

1) Protect readers, the intransigent (violent, or those who stop talking to them) with those who do not want to antagonize (strangers with those who agree in the bar, neighbors, colleagues at work or studies, family, friends with bad soon): it does not reveal that you are of such ideology (that extremists hate one side or the other).

2) It also protects readers from being accused by anyone (right or left) of being informed, instead of with truthful information, with information sects that misinform, and of "living hidden in a cave" where the "arguments" do not arrive of the truth". Well, in this section there is that plurality and those arguments; another thing is that the readers use it. And from time to time, I'm sure that all visitors to this section, in search of a source (publication), take a look at some other dissident with whom they read. This, although it does not make them change their mind, brings another benefit: the total assurance that the medium they read is the best, after evolving from blindly trusting in a possible distorting sect that discourages you from reading the sources you despise, to be you who will verify which publication is more truthful.

Keep and compare the news without requiring the Internet, gives advantage with respect to saving the page on the hard disk, the fact that the web does not depend on the server, so after a while the access is impossible because it has been deleted (in all or in part) due to lack of space, expiration according to the medium, or censorship. For those who want to save, we all know that there are 2 options:

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- 2nd, capture screen: a piece or what you see, or a larger piece than what you see (even tooooda the page if you have enough RAM). To capture a larger piece than what you see, there are browser extensions to make a screen capture (or the entire page), such as "Fireshot" for Mozilla Firefox.

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The U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 200,000, and it's just 'the tip of the iceberg'
Economy doesn't need more stimulus for a V-shaped recovery, Trump advisor Kudlow says
Stocks jump to their session highs as tech extends gains, with the Dow up 150 points
TikTok talks show how Trump's deal-making style can cause collateral damage
Tesla shares fall as Musk dampens Battery Day expectations
Trump and Biden to face questions on Covid-19, Supreme Court, economy in first presidential debate
Planned Parenthood launches ad campaign to oppose Trump pick to replace Ginsburg on Supreme Court
Billionaires Haim and Cheryl Saban ramp up support for Biden and Democrats in Senate races
U.S. health officials struggled to get public to cooperate with coronavirus contact tracing, new CDC study says
Biden calls for an overhaul of 401(k) tax breaks. What it means for you
Brookfield Properties' retail arm is laying off 20% of its workforce, as pandemic hits malls
Aerospace vs defense: Traders weigh in on Goldman call on Boeing and Raytheon
Delta will delay decision to furlough pilots until November, union says
Hong Kong Disneyland set to reopen for a second time while California parks remain shuttered
Philadelphia election official warns 'naked ballot' ruling could jeopardize 100,000 Pennsylvania votes
Designer collections, plastic carts, and that bright red color: How Target gets you to spend money
Trump urges UN to hold China accountable for the coronavirus pandemic
Mitt Romney supports holding a vote on Trump's Supreme Court pick this year
Jeff Bezos to open first nonprofit preschool in Washington as part of $2 billion Day One Fund
Wall Street's Ed Yardeni: U.S. economy might not need new, big coronavirus stimulus after all
NFL star DeAndre Hopkins beefs up investment portfolio with new BioSteel deal
Brookfield Properties' retail arm is laying off 20% of its workforce, as pandemic hits malls
With TikTok deal, Walmart could gain 'a front row seat to the next generation of consumers'
Coronavirus hit to fashion industry is ?incredibly concerning,? British Fashion Council chairman says
Walmart expands fashion focus with new private clothing label for men and women
Scavenger hunts, treats dangling from a tree and Covid-19 maps: Candy makers get creative to save Halloween
Coronavirus and luxury retail: Shopping for used Hermes, Cartier in Covid era
Shares of furniture retailer Herman Miller soar 33% as home office sales surge
Rent the Runway overhauls subscription plan as pandemic reshapes business
Amazon invests in battery recycling firm started by former Tesla executive
Why GNC filed for bankruptcy protection despite vitamin sales boom
McDonald's Travis Scott promotion is so popular, it's causing Quarter Pounder shortages
Yelp data shows 60% of business closures due to the coronavirus pandemic are now permanent
Whole Foods CEO: We?re in a 'virtuous circle' of cutting costs and lowering grocery prices
Kraft Heinz looks to revamp Oscar Mayer brand, cut 20% of products, as it rethinks business
Peloton CEO on Apple launching a workout service: 'It's quite a legitimization of fitness content'
Peloton thinks it can grow to 100 million subscribers. Here's how
Daymond John says he hopes a million diverse small businesses apply to directly pitch products to Lowe's
Target and these other retailers could benefit from the accelerated shift to e-commerce sales
How Costco makes billions by charging people to shop there
Kraft Heinz to sell part of cheese business to Lactalis in $3.2 billion deal
Lowe?s, ?Shark Tank? star Daymond John team up to get products from diverse small businesses on shelves
Apparel retailer Francesca's issues 'going concern' warning as sales tumble
UFC taps smart ring maker Oura Health as its official health-tracking partner for fighters and event staff
Amazon's launch of luxury fashion shops is latest blow to struggling department stores
Kraft Heinz targets $2 billion in cost cuts over 5 years, sees long-term organic net sales growth of 1% to 2%
Holiday spending will hinge on how much the rich splurge and the poor cut back, Deloitte says
Klarna becomes Europe's biggest fintech unicorn at over $10 billion valuation after mega-round
Here's what to expect from Kraft Heinz's investor meeting
Macy's unveils plans for televised-only Thanksgiving Day Parade, scraps parade route

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