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Front pages around the world: Fidel Castro, 1926-2016

The death of Fidel Castro was big news around the world late Friday and big news on front pages around the world Sunday. Here's a collection of fronts that show images of celebration, mourning and remembrance, via Kiosko and Newseum. Let's start with Cuba: United States: Argentina: … Read More
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Anti-Trump protests make front pages today

This week, we've seen front pages from election day, from President-elect Donald Trump's surprising win on fronts in the U.S. and abroad and, today, the response of people in several cities to his win. As they did yesterday, most U.S. newspapers feature Trump himself. But a handful showed protests of Trump's presidency … Read More
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Front pages from all 50 states on Trump's win: 'Believe it'

Donald Trump's presidential win led front pages across the U.S. and the world Wednesday. We've gathered a collection of them from each state and the District of Columbia via Newseum, the newspapers themselves and their websites. Some of these front pages were released in the early hours of the morning, before Trump's victory. We're including them because, along … Read More
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On front pages around the world, Trump's win causes 'a tremble'

In the U.S. Wednesday morning, news of Donald Trump's presidential win was met with headlines such as "Trump Triumphs," "Trump Towers" and "Stunning Trump Win" on the front pages of American newspapers. In other parts of the world, the front pages were much more blunt. From Australia: "God Save America." From Belgium: "American Psycho." And from France: "Trumpocalypse." … Read More
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Here's a first look at front pages from across the country

We asked newspapers to send us their post-election front pages on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Here's a look at what we're seeing so far. This first batch came in before Republican candidate Donald Trump was declared the country's next president. We've updated them with later editions declaring Trump the winner. Here's the Tampa Bay Times, which Poynter owns: … Read More
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Front pages on Election Day: 'It's almost over'

Front pages around the country marked Election Day 2016 with dueling tornados, reminders of why voting matters and grim images of the candidates themselves. Here's a quick collection via Newseum: … Read More
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'At last!' Front pages celebrate Cubs win

On Oct. 15, 1908, the Chicago Tribune used an editorial cartoon on the front page of the newspaper the morning after the Chicago Cubs beat the Detroit Tigers in the fifth game of the World Series. In it, a bear with an armful of pennants said, simply, "Good morning." From the archives: Read the … Read More
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'Dear Donald:' newspaper dedicates front to Trump letters during a Florida visit

When Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump visits Tallahassee today, the local newspaper is hoping he'll do a little reading. On Tuesday, the Tallahassee Democrat published three letters to Trump on the front page and online. One comes from a young Republican, one from an entertainment writer at the newspaper, and one from the newspaper's … Read More
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These front pages capture what it was like to watch the final debate

Front pages around the country Thursday led with the final debate between GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Many fronts showed Trump's unwillingness to commit to the results. As they have in past debates, many envisioned the debate as a fight, a joust or a battle. And several newspapers captured a sense … Read More
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On front pages the morning after: 'The great debate?'

Headline writers at newspapers across the country looked to sports and war metaphors to describe Monday night's presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. The two candidates sparred, they swung, they sparked, they battled, they clashed, they fired shots, the gloves came off, no punches were pulled, and on and on. Many fronts also offered … Read More
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Front pages look back and ahead on 9/11's 15th anniversary

Over the last 15 years, Poynter has collected newspaper front pages following the terrorist attacks that hit the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. On 9/11's 15th anniversary, newspapers around the country again led with tributes, updates, retrospectives and looks ahead. For instance, the Reno Gazette-Journal's front page tells the story of how many … Read More
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After Italy's earthquake, rubble fills front pages around the world

The death toll from Wednesday's destructive earthquake continued rising today in Italy. At last count, more than 240 people died in the powerful quake that hit Central Italy, according to USA Today. Striking images of the rubble now filling many towns made front pages around the world. Here's a collection, via Kiosko, Il Post … Read More
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On front pages around the world, let the games begin

Newspapers around the world led the opening day of the 2016 Olympics with athletes, venues and sweeping views of Rio. Here's a small collection, via Newseum and Kiosko. Brazil: Canada: Chile: Colombia: Egypt: France: Italy: Slovakia: Spain: Ukraine: United States: Venezuela: … Read More
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Front pages and home pages mark 'Hill-story'

Front pages and home pages around the U.S. led Wednesday with Hillary Clinton's official nomination as the Democratic candidate for president. Some of the clever headlines: "Her story," "Hill-story!" "Wife in the fast lane," and "The first lady." Here's a collection of fronts. Let's start with home pages: And here are the front pages, via … Read More
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