Today's newspaper front pages are less exciting than yesterday's President-elect Obama covers, now that the reality of dealing with the worst economy in decades, two wars, and uniting the whole country is setting in. However, Newsday (above) has a wrapped cover, with Obama's image on the front and back.

After the newspapers went back to the presses to keep up with demand, the NY Times has now made yesterday's copy available to anyone willing to pay $14.95 on their website (much cheaper than the eBay prices, which are up to $150). Meanwhile the Chicago Sun-Times, whose cover was held up by Oprah Winfrey yesterday, is making sure everyone can get a copy.

Update: For anyone who wants a copy of yesterday's Daily News: Call (800) 692-6397 (Mon-Fri, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.; weekends 5 a.m. to 11 a.m.) to order back copies of the November 5th editions – specifically, the “City Final” edition for that date (copies are subject to availability). Cost is $5, including shipping and handling; they take credit cards and/or electronic check payments. The number on weekdays from 5 A.M. to 5 P.M., and on weekends from 5 to 11 A.M. It will take about two weeks to deliver. There may be a slight wait when you call, depending on call volume.