Sections of a USA Today newspaper rest together. | Steven Senne/AP Photo
Gannett, the publisher, contends that demand for details on who accessed article violates the First Amendment.
WASHINGTON — Newspaper publisher Gannett is fighting an effort by the FBI to try to determine who read a specific USA Today story about a deadly shooting in February near Fort Lauderdale, Fla., that left two FBI agents dead and three wounded.
The subpoena, served on Gannett
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