Sunday’s Front-Page Reagan Headlines

One of the purposes of First Look is to direct your attention to stories and groups of stories you might otherwise miss. So today, here’s coverage of the weekend’s biggest — and saddest — news story.

The death of President Reagan was due much newspaper ink — and much it has received. Here are several links to Sunday’s front-page headlines that appeared across the United States the day after The Gipper passed.

Arizona Star:

  • Ronald Reagan, the Great Communicator, dead at 93: A crusader for small government
  • Arizona Republic:

  • Ronald Reagan dies at 93
  • Boston Globe:

  • Reagan, all-American, dies at 93: 40th president led a revival of conservatism
  • Chicago Tribune:

  • RONALD REAGAN: 1911-2004: Reagan dies: Conservative icon from humble roots helped end Cold War, change face of politics
  • Dallas Morning News:

  • Ronald Reagan, 93, loses long battle with Alzheimer’s: President was architect of GOP revolution; popularity often offset missteps
  • Los Angeles Times:

  • Reagan Dies at 93: Popular President Changed the Political Landscape
  • Miami Herald:

  • RONALD WILSON REAGAN: 1911-2004: 40th U.S. president is dead at age 93
  • New York Post:

  • Sad Farewell To The Gipper
  • New York Times:

  • Ronald Reagan Dies at 93; Fostered Cold-War Might and Curbs on Government
  • Philadelphia Inquirer:

  • An Enduring Legacy: Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004
  • Sacramento Bee:

  • Goodbye, Gipper: Former President dies at 93
  • Seattle Times:

  • Ronald Reagan dies: The 40th president of the U.S.: 1911 2004
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

  • Ronald Reagan: The Great Communicator
  • Washington Post:

  • Ronald Reagan Dies 40th President Reshaped American Politics
  • Washington Times:

  • Ronald Reagan Dead at 93: Popular leader’s passing ‘sad day’