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-- from the Omaha World-Herald front page (image via apple.copydesk.org

— from today’s Omaha World-Herald front page (image via apple.copydesk.org)

* The image above is “the best folio line you’ll ever see,” says Charles Apple. (apple.copydesk.org)
* Conservative talker Dana Loesch sues breitbart.com owner after their relationship goes “tragically awry.” (stltoday.com) | The complaint: (buzzfeed.com)
* NYT public editor: “The Times can’t get pulled into the maelstrom of Twitter-era news.” (nytimes.com)
* Former CNN correspondent Miles O’Brien contends departing president Jim Walton was “a disappointment” to “the people who care about news.” (cnn.com)
* NPR’s internal memos about the Sandy Hook shooting “are a virtual classroom lesson.” (npr.org)
tabs* New York City tabloids target NRA chief on today’s covers. (nymag.com)
* Robin Roberts shows up at Sam Champion’s wedding. (mediabistro.com)
* Is wildly successful ex-Daily Mail website boss James Bromley joining a U.S. news site? (kernel.com)
* Oliver Strand: “Part of me knew that there was an audience for serious coffee journalism.” (eater.com)
* Sports reporter Gabriel Rizk quits the Los Angeles Times for the Orange County Register. (mediabistro.com)
* San Francisco Examiner owner plans to buy another Bay Area publication. (sfappeal.com)
* The Onion: “Internet criminals are using Kickstarter to bilk friends and families out of money for terrible, ill-conceived, and unnecessary ‘personal projects.’” (theonion.com)
* Dear Spin subscriber: We’ve killed our print edition, so we’ll start sending you Car & Driver in its place. (dceiver.tumblr.com)
* A message for Nate Silver: Barack Obama has to be a black president and you have to be a gay statistician. (huffingtonpost.com)