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 two lead images of presidential hopefuls, similar to the split-screen view the audience had last night. Here's a look at how the debate played on several front pages, from the Newseum:

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