The November 7, 2012 front pages of The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Denver Post.
The news of President Barack Obama's re-election covered today's front pages of newspapers across the United States (and some around the world).
The front pages of newspapers have always served as record-keepers for major events, offering snapshots of the nation's reaction. Years later, significant events are often remembered with copies of the next day's paper, sometimes even displayed as part of museum exhibits.
In gathering today's digital front pages, I couldn't help but wonder what the landscape of the struggling newspaper industry will look like four years from now? There is something comforting about the tangibility of a newspaper that cannot be mimicked with a screen shot of a website.
Many more of today's front pages can be viewed on the Newseum's website.
Which is your favorite front page? Will you be saving a copy of today's paper?
The November 7, 2012, front pages of the The Plain Dealer (Ohio), The Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), and Santa Fe New Mexican.
The November 7, 2012 front pages of the Philadelphia Daily News, The Bakersfield Californian, and Chicago Sun-Times.
The November 7, 2012, front pages of the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and The Seattle Times.
The November 7, 2012 front pages of the Tampa Bay Times (Fla.), The Clarion-Ledger (Missi.), and The Star-Ledger (New Jersey).
The November 7, 2012, front pages of Amsterdam's de Volkskrant, London's The Times, and Argentina's El Territorio.
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