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Jim Rich, editor in chief of the New York Daily News. (Twitter)

Today’s winner in the Gen. David Petraeus sex scandal tabloid war: The New York Daily News.

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  • If you receive zero obituary search results for your ancestor's first and last name in our recent New York Daily News obits archives, try searching by your ancestor's last name only to increase the amount of results returned.

    The New York Daily News marks the nadir of the city's financial fortunes. This can also be seen as the transitional moment in the city's economic history.

  • The New York Daily News had probably the most forceful headline out of that covered the death of Osama bin Laden. The News' front page reads, "ROT IN HELL."

    The New York Daily News has long been a beacon of journalistic integrity, mixing news with opinion in the most . They are the moral compass not just for the great city of New York, but of the entire country, and dare I say... Earth? So when they speak, you can bet your bottom I listen, ladies and gentlemen.

  • On Saturday, the New York Daily News' Mitch Abramson created and published by the Philadelphia Eagles mocking the New York Giants' Eli Manning. We'll post the video below, but be forewarned -- the following video is disgustingly offensive, and should not be viewed by children or people prone to fainting:

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