Facing financial pressures familiar to many newspaper journalists across the country, the New York Daily News (now owned by Chicago-based conglomerate Tronc) on Monday announced massive layoffs that will reduce its staff by half. The famed city tabloid, which has been publishing since 1919, has won 11 Pulitzer Prizes for its coverage of important local stories, on everything from NYPD abuses to deadbeat landlords. But in the city that never sleeps, it's also famous — and often infamous — for its tabloid instincts and bold headlines that make even the busiest New Yorker do a double take at the newsstand. Here, a look back at some of those classic attention-grabbers over the years.New York Daily News Archive/NY Daily News via Getty Images JANUARY 13, 1928 New York Daily News/NY Daily News via Getty Images DECEMBER 3, 1969
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