Lots of good stuff on this website of the newspaper museum in Washington DC, including "Today's Front Pages:" 866 front pages from 86 countries.
Note: The Newseum shut down its physical space 12/31/2019, but the website is still maintained.
"...the mission of the WNN project is for two reporters to travel to 50 states and document one newspaper in each state in order to find out why these newspapers are still around and how they are surviving. We also intend to document what unique community roles these newspapers fulfill and how their communities regard them."
"What's happened to the US newspaper industry? Stanford University has mapped their history using data from the US Library of Congress' Chronicling America project. It shows their incredible rise and - if you look closely - the recent crash "
"What you WON'T read about in this blog: Firings, layoffs, dwindling circulation figures, and embarrassing headlines. What you WILL read about in this blog: Reports on the whereabouts and activities of those who have left U.S. daily newspapers and have blazed a new path for themselves outside of the newsroom."