|The New York Times lost more than 150,000 copies on Sunday. Circulation fell a whopping 9.2% to 1,476,400. The paper's daily circulation declined 3.8% to 1,077,256. The Washington Post, daily circulation decreased 3.5% to 673,180 and Sunday dropped 4.3% to 890,163. Meanwhile, daily circulation at The Wall Street Journal grew a fraction of a percent, up 0.3% to 2,069,463 copies.
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