In case you were on a slow boat to Braavos over the weekend, Hillary Clinton announced Sunday that she is running for president. Because this announcement has been months and months in the making, front-page designers and headline writers have had ample time to get ready for it. And the results in this morning's newspapers show it. Below is a sampling of how various organizations handled the news. And thanks, as always, to the Newseum for its awesome collection of daily front pages.

This is my favorite (and, yes, it's a Post product):

The most buzzed-about front pages today are the two from the New York tabs -- focused on the non-endorsement of Clinton by New York Mayor Bill de Blasio. Here's the New York Post:

And the Daily News:

The tabs handled things a bit differently than the Gray Lady:

Clinton's announcement was big news in Iowa. But not as big as the Hot Lotto case:

In New Hampshire, the Clinton candidacy was slightly lesser news:

Still, lots of papers DID go big with the Hillary news. I really liked this one from the Bucks County (Pa.) Courier Times:

And this one from Hoy out of Chicago:

And this one from USA Today: