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Yes. Basically like Jay Leno's Headlines. You can include the surrounding part, etc... But once you start to include the entire page, article, and so on, that's where it's not allowed. But fair use allows for the use of copyrighted material for comment, criticism, parody. This would suffice. It would be commenting on the use. Note that the 4 part test is not exclusive. That is, you can fail one of the parts (that the use is for commercial purposes) but still be fair use, and if you have it limited enough (using only a small section) then that would be okay.
Also note that the company that you take the articles from would have to know about the infringement in the first place to do anything about it, and even then it's not certain that they would, due to the costs and clear fair use implications that would be brought up. There's very little money in "old news", so it's not though your work is impacting the market for the copyrighted materials that you'd be using.
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