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Front page of the day: Oh yeah, winter can be pretty, too

Since the East Coast was hit by a massive blizzard last weekend, we've looked at front pages before the storm, front pages after the storm and front pages with people still trying to dig out from the storm. Today's front page of the day comes from The Reporter in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, which … Read More
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Front pages of the day: Plowing out

Yes, we're still talking about snow. The blizzard that hit the Northeast over the weekend is over, but the snow it dumped in the process is sticking around. On Tuesday, front pages in Washington, D.C., New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia led with efforts to clear out of the snow. Via Newseum: … Read More
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Front page of the day: It snows outside the U.S., too

The front page of the day comes from Apple Daily - Taiwan edition. Apple Daily led Monday with images of snow and the coldest weather the country has seen in 44 years, according to Oliver Holmes in The Guardian. The weather is responsible for 90 deaths in Taiwan, Holmes reported. The BBC reports the snow and … Read More
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Front pages on Sunday show the battle against Blizzard 2016

Front pages in New Jersey, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware and Pennsylvania led Sunday with images of the deadly blizzard that crippled the region over the weekend. Most of these fronts feature images of men fighting the snow with shovels and snowblowers. The New York Post tried something different. Via Newseum:   … Read More
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Front page of the day: Winter is coming. OK, it's here.

The front page of the day comes from The Washington Post's Express, which led with a snow-filled surrender ahead of the blizzard that's expected to hit the area. Via Newseum:   Edward Snowden used up his "hey that's my name" tweet with this front, too. Soon, even D.C. will be … Read More
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Front page of the day: Oh hi, new planet!

The front page of the day comes from The Denver Post, which led Thursday with news that there could be a new ninth planet in our solar system. Via Newseum:   Here are other fronts that led with what could be Pluto's replacement (sorry, Pluto,) from the U.S., Canada and the … Read More
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Boston Herald's front page Palin/Trump headline: 'This should be fun!'

Today's front page of the day comes from the Boston Herald, which led Wednesday with news that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has endorsed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. Amid both eye-rolling and applause (depending on your Palin/Trump leanings,) this headline perfectly captured the spectator sport that is the 2016 election. Via Newseum:   … Read More
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Front page of the day: May the odds be ever in your favor. Even though they definitely aren't.

The President's final State Of The Union address made a lot of front pages on Wednesday, but many newspapers around the country led with the drawing of tonight's $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot. Some newspapers asked readers what they'd do with all that money (lots of eating out.) One combined the 2016 election and the potential winnings to imagine … Read More
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Front pages of the day: David Bowie, 1947-2016

On Tuesday, front pages around the world led with tributes to David Bowie. Here are 34 plus a section front, many which are as striking and vivid as Bowie was himself. I've updated since posting an earlier collection this morning. Via Kiosko and Newseum: United Kingdom:   France:   … Read More
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Front page of the day: A look at death row

Today's front page of the day comes from Sunday's The Villages Daily Sun in The Villages, Florida. The Villages led with an 18-month investigation into Florida's death penalty. On Thursday, serial killer Oscar Ray Bolin died from lethal injection in Florida. Read More
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Today in France, front pages look back on Charlie Hebdo

On Thursday, many front pages in France led with remembrances on the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, which left 12 dead. On Wednesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists looked at press freedom in France and around the world one year later. Who would have thought that France would top … Read More
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Front page of the day: 'Bam's tears'

Today's front page of the day comes from the New York Post, which led Wednesday with the president's executive actions on gun control. Via Newseum: Here's a collection of front pages that also led with the news: … Read More
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Front page of the day: Is there a soccer heaven?

Today's front page of the day comes from France Football, which led the front with a look ahead at 2016. It could also be the launch of a soccer-themed Victoria's Secret. Either way. On Monday, Spain's Real Madrid announced French soccer star Zinedine Zidane (the dapper fellow in the middle right cloud bank) would take on the role of coach. Read More
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A look at the front pages of 2015

We saw our world on riveting front pages this year: the loss of journalists at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the chaos of other mass shootings, the body of Syrian boy on a beach and New Orleans 10 years after Hurricane Katrina. There was much, much more: a deadly earthquake in Nepal, waves of celebrations after the Supreme Court’s … Read More
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This is the last time we'll show 'Star Wars' fronts, promise.

Front pages around the country on Friday included images of Stormtroopers, Jedis, Wookiees and their loved ones at local movie theaters waiting for the latest in the "Star Wars" franchise. Today's front page of the day comes from Chicago's RedEye, (can you spot the Death Star?) Via Newseum: Here are a few more: … Read More