Why you should get rid of your newspaper coupons

The past week has been crazy for many of us, with our newspaper subscriptions slipping to record lows and a new survey shows the print media market is also in turmoil.

While there are some who have been able to keep up with their subscriptions, the majority of readers are now moving to digital subscriptions, which is making their subscription options even less attractive. 

One of the reasons for this is the rise of digital newspapers, which are increasingly available to everyone online. 

A survey from the online news aggregator W3C shows the total number of online newspapers has grown by nearly 30% in the past year alone. 

The report, titled The New Digital News Universe: The Top Stories in Digital News, shows that the average subscription to digital newspapers in 2016 was a whopping $6.88, compared to the $3.25 it was in 2013. 

And the total amount of digital subscriptions has increased by nearly 2,000% since 2012. 

In terms of news, the top stories in 2016 were: A new generation of social media influencers Suspended A.J. Jacobs and his team are facing a slew of accusations and lawsuits For the second time, a Florida man is facing felony charges in the deaths of three children. 

An investigation has been launched into the deaths The U.S. Marshals Service has confirmed the identity of the person responsible for the deaths. 

“We cannot confirm at this time whether there was a premeditated murder, but we are actively investigating,” said Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy William Lee. 

According to the Associated Press, a source close to the investigation told CNN that the death of the children could not have been an accident. 

This is the second murder in two days to be investigated. 

Last week, a man was found dead in the woods in South Carolina A man found dead near a rural highway in North Carolina is believed to have killed his wife and three children before turning the gun on himself. 

Police are still looking for the gunman. 

His name has not been released. 

 According to ABC News, his name was identified as Keith Lawrence and he lived with his wife, Sarah Lawrence, in an apartment in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

He was reported missing on Monday, March 13. 

Lawrence was in jail on a warrant for domestic violence related charges and was last seen on March 14. 

(The Associated Press is a partner of The Associated Press.) 

The Associated Statesman reported that the Manalapan Police Department is working to identify Lawrence’s body and is also looking into whether he may have been involved in a fatal accident earlier this year. 

More to come on this story. 

Here’s a roundup of some of the big news stories from the week.

The following list is from The Associated Press’ Sunday, March 18, 2018, edition: The Latest: US stocks closed lower on Monday after President Donald Trump’s budget proposal was released.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 dropped 0.2% and 1.6%, respectively, while the Nasdaq composite index fell 1.4%. 

A number of major technology stocks were also down. Shares of Google Inc. fell by 4.2%, Facebook Inc. by 1.2%. 

The Dow Jones dropped by 2.6% and the S&p 500 dropped by 1%. 

For more information on what to do next week, please visit the Wall Street Journal’s Investor’s Business Daily blog.