D.C. earthquake: An analysis of newspaper covers
That horrified woman in the purple shirt appeared on the front page of no less than four D.C.-area newspapers, exposing a lack of originality in the local press. Click through as we dissect the covers.
The New York Times
This photo is so boring that it almost makes us miss the Lady in Purple, but the headline is typically strong ("Above all else, eastern quake rattles nerves") and the largest font is reserved, appropriately enough, for the events in Libya.