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This just in from Editor & Publisher: Only three of the nation’s top 25 papers reported circulation gains in the first six months of 2006 — the New York Daily News, the New York Post, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The full list of the dismal national newspaper circulation figures after the jump.

USA Today: 2,269,509, (-1.3%)
The Wall Street Journal: 2,043, 235, (-1.9%)
The New York Times: 1,086,798, (-3.5%)
Los Angeles Times: 775,766, (-8.0%)
The New York Post: 704,011, +5.3%
Daily News, New York: 693,382, +1.0%
The Washington Post: 656,297, (-3.3%)
Chicago Tribune: 576,132, (-1.7%)
Houston Chronicle: 508,097, (-3.6%)

Newsday: 413,579, (-4.9%)
The Arizona Republic, Phoenix: 397,294, (-2.5%)
The Boston Globe: 386,415, (-6.7%)
The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J.: 378,100, (-5.5%)
San Francisco Chronicle: 373,805, (-5.3%)
The Star Tribune, Minneapolis: 358,887, (-4.1%)
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: 350,157, (-3.4%)
The Plain Dealer, Cleveland: 336,939, (-0.6%)
The Philadelphia Inquirer: 330,622, (-7.5%)

Detroit Free Press: 328,628, (-3.6%)
The Oregonian, Portland: 310,803, (-6.8%)
The San Diego Union-Tribune: 304,334, (-3.1%)
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times: 288,676, (-3.2%)
The Orange County (Calif.) Register: 287,204, (-3.7%)
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch: 276,588, +0.6%
The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee: 273,609, (- 5.4%)

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