"Top American newspapers posted further declines in weekday circulation in the six-month period ended in March, with the exception of USA Today and The Wall Street Journal... The New York Times was No. 3 at 1,077,256, but that was down 3.9 percent from the period a year earlier... Newspaper circulation has been on a declining trend since the 1980s, but the pace of decline has picked up in recent years as more people go to the Internet for news, information and entertainment." [Times]