As the president-elect held meetings many stories above, down below it was a snarl of barricades, armored police officers, lead-footed tourists and aggrieved New Yorkers.
"The Flemish are precise and the Dutch are florid – but they all share a Falstaffian appetite for life"
leads, fronts, tops
我這外行猜 美國各大報新聞中"頭條"(或社論)說法 起碼採用下述三種"動詞"表達
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front-page a., vt. （新聞の）第一面向きの; 重要な; （記事を）第1面に載せる.
front verb 1 [I or T] (ALSO front upon) If a building or area fronts (onto) a particular place, it is near it and faces it:All the apartments front onto the sea.
2 [T] to lead an organization or group of musicians:She fronts a large IT company.
3 be fronted with If a building is fronted with something, its surface is covered with it:a brick house fronted on three sides with timber
The Los Angeles Times leads locally with a corruption case against an Orange County sheriff; the LAT's top national story wonders if the Democratic nomination will be decided by "super delegates" instead of voters.
The Wall Street Journal also fronts confusion over the Democratic primary, focusing on the prospect of Florida and Michigan putting on new elections after holding early primaries in violation of party rules. The WSJ tops its world-wide newsbox with the Democratic primaries in four states this weekend.