Here are today's front pages from The New York Times and Chicago Tribune. Both are devoted entirely to yesterday's big stock market drop and the House rejection of the bailout legislation.
I think the Tribune's front page is classic. Two graphs showing the market going lower, a photograph of a trader with his face in his hand, a photograph of a Great Depression breadline, and the headline itself: How Low Will It Go?
The front page of the Times is slightly less dramatic, but in the same spirit.
Front pages like these occur very near important low points in the averages.