newsstand

[nooz-stand, nyooz-]
noun
a stall or other place at which newspapers and often periodicals are sold, as on a street corner or in a building lobby.

Origin:
1870–75, Americanism; news + stand

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newsstand (ˈnjuːzˌstænd)
 
n
a portable stand or stall in the street, from which newspapers are sold

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Example sentences
Their first exposure to the cover is unlikely to come when walking by a
  newsstand.
People always buy a witty headline at the corner newsstand.
Or a time you grabbed a magazine off a newsstand, or raised a hand to hail a
  taxi.
If you got your copy at a newsstand, it took a different path.
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