WASHINGTON - Many newspapers nationwide have a single-word headline on their front pages: Obama.
Those front pages announcing President Barack Obama's election-night victory are on display Wednesday at the Newseum in Washington, part of the museum's daily display of newspaper front pages.
A total of 60 front pages, including one from each state and the District of Columbia, are on display at the Newseum's entrance on Pennsylvania Avenue. Another 80 front pages are on display inside the museum. More than 800 front pages from newspapers across the country are available at the museum's website.
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