Across America, Newspaper Front Pages Reflect A History Still Being Written

What does an editor do when the newspaper is going to print and the presidential winner is still undetermined? You reflect the nation's anxiety.
A man holds a fresh copy of The New York Times on Wednesday morning on Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House. Source: Hannah McKay

Newspapers went to press for Wednesday's edition without knowing who would win the presidency – and indeed, that outcome is still unclear at this publishing.

So what does a newspaper editor

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