Newspapers across the U.S. splashed the news of the deadly shooting in San Bernardino that killed 14 people and wounded another 17, with the most controversial covers coming from New York's tabloids.
The New York Post ran the headline "Muslim Killers" on their digital cover while the print edition ran "Murder Mission" with a photo from the shooting. Their rival, the New York Daily news, ran the headline "God Isn't Fixing This" with tweets from Republican politicians who called for "prayers."
The San Bernardino shooting made front page headlines across the country (and in Canada, where several regional Metro papers asked, "Is This The New Normal?") with the coverage varying between editorial commentary and straight news. Newseum, a nonprofit that celebrates freedom of press, documents front pages from all over the world:
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