I apologize for that headline.
Tuesday’s front page of the day comes from The Cincinnati Enquirer, which led with news that the president was renaming Alaska’s Mount McKinley to Denali. From President William McKinley’s home state:
On Monday, Jennifer Steinhauer wrote about some to reactions to the news for The New York Times:
To be clear, President William McKinley has one of the largest grave sites of any former American president, so perhaps a mountaintop was a bit superfluous.
But this has not stopped the political outrage — manufactured, deeply felt and otherwise convenient — flowing from the state of Ohio, birthplace of the 25th president, on the heels of President Obama’s announcement on Sunday that he was changing, or in the view of many Alaskans restoring, the name of Mount McKinley to Denali.