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Thank goodness you've changed the narrator!
Informative (how to avoid being hacked), depressing (the latest police shooting), nationally important (the Democrat Party's venal use of the Zika virus for political gain), a bit mysterious (what does a helicopter have to do with Japan's financial situation?)
All of the news - by its nature, the news is memorable.
Irrelevant question for a newspaper.
I am so sad that our Nation is divided by racial hatred and by corrupt politicians.
Thank you for changing the narrator. I don't need to hear the narrator's name at the beginning of every news article. There have never been any recorded books in which the narrator is permitted to insert his or her name at the beginning of every chapter.