Today's Front Pages: Inauguration Day Edition

Your News Companion by Ben Mathis-Lilley
Jan. 22 2013 10:09 AM

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A sampling of this morning's front pages from across the nation on the morning after Inauguration Day. (Screenshots via the Newseum, which has plenty more for you to look at here. You can also click on each cover for a more detailed look.):

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Josh Voorhees is a Slate senior writer. He lives in Iowa City. 

New York Times:

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Wall Street Journal:

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Washington Post:

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Arizona Republic:

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Arkansas Democrat Gazette:

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Los Angeles Times:

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Miami Herald:

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

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Chicago Tribune:

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Des Moines Register:

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Baltimore Sun:

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Boston Globe:

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Detroit Free Press:

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Minneapolis Star Tribune:

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Newark Star-Ledger:

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Charlotte Observer:

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Cleveland Plain Dealer:

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Dallas Morning News:

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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

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