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With the campaign coming to a close, trust and change become the focal points of the two presidential candidates’ messaging.
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PR News readers have spoken, and spoken again, as our list of painful, vacuous cliches keeps growing.
Mayor Bloomberg and the New York Road Runners are facing intense public criticism over their plans to go ahead with Nov. 4 ING New York City Marathon.