USA Today is an American daily middle market newspaper founded in 1982 by Al Neuharth and published by Gannett Company.
It has the widest circulation in United States. It comes in broadsheet format and headquartered at Virginia and Geneva. It is known to present news in easy to read and comprehend stories. The paper does not print on Saturday and Sunday so the Friday publication serves as weekend edition. Each section is denoted in different color and this denotation is seen on the first page like News in green or Red for sports. The editorial section has a unique feature of printing the opposing points of view by the experts along with the editorial board’s piece on day’s topic. The papers moved more towards online and mobile phone application recently. In 2011 to make up for reducing sales it introduced a tweaked format with larger logo and new sans-serif fonts. The website was also revamped using new content management system create in-house known as Presto including a design created by Fantasy Interactive. Larry Kramer was appointed as the president and publisher in 2012. USA today has been parodied in various media such as a futuristic edition of USA today was portrayed in Back to Future part 1 (1989), a computer game named Hidden Agenda (1988) featured a newspaper called USA yesterday, in 1986 the Harvard Lampoon published a parody issue of USA Today.
The major newspapers of USA were searched and their circulation on weekdays is gathered. The top 10 newspapers were identified.