In Mitt Romney's win, headlines tell the whole story of Illinois primary
Steven Senne, Associated Press
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A powerful headline speaks volumes with just a few words. And Tuesday night after it became apparent Mitt Romney had defeated Rick Santorum in the Illinois Republican presidential primary, Internet headlines were shouting from the digital rooftops — so much so that numerous headlines managed to attach a palpable sense of blunt finality to what had just happened in the Prairie State.
Below is a sampling of some of the best the Romney-related headlines that prominent news sources ran Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, with links to the corresponding articles.
- Romney crushes Santorum in Illinois
- Romney ready to rumble with Obama
- Exits: Moderate electorate helps Mitt
- 'Party over' for Santorum?
Time Magazine's Swampland
- Mitt Romney takes Illinois
- A Romney victory but long road ahead
- Why Romney's experience argument is working
New York Times
- Judge rejects motion, clearing way for Steven...
- Religious schools and universities on edge...
- Oklahoma court: Ten Commandments monument...
- Jerusalem family finds a 2,000-year-old...
- Emails show top administration officials...
- Religious leaders ponder next steps after...
- Who is in, and about to get in, the GOP race...
- A world apart: 2 women with birthdates in...
- Religious leaders ponder next steps... 61
- Oklahoma court: Ten Commandments... 52
- Religious schools and universities on... 47
- White House lit in rainbow colors after... 33
- Woman removes Confederate flag in front... 25
- NBC to Donald Trump: You're fired 24
- Obama delivers unvarnished race lecture... 15
- U.S. Supreme Court overturns EPA's... 13