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Osama bin Laden Dead: The Front Pages

The AP is reporting that the Newseum’s website has crashed, as people frantically try to check out the museum’s collection of newspaper front pages from all over America and the world in light of Osama bin Laden’s death.

Paul Sparrow, a senior vice president at the Newseum, told the AP that the site was processing more than 2,800 transactions per second when it crashed. Despite the crash, we’ve collected some D.C.-area newspaper pages and website homepages below.



The Daily Beast:

The Daily Caller:

The Hill:

Roll Call:


But Politico‘s print edition:


The Washington Times:


And for fun, the NYP:


And finally, the Hoy in Chicago, IL, whose staff must have gone to bed by the time the news broke:

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