Our last question asked: This week we lost the man who was credited with writing the "most anatomically evocative headline in the history of American journalism." Who was he, and what was the indelible mark he's made on journalistic history? That would be Vincent Musetto, who wrote the famous "headless headline" -- i.e., "HEADLESS BODY IN TOPLESS BAR." We extend our tremendous respect to his memory and our sympathies to his loved ones.
Congratulations to Carrie Gray
of Columbia Business School
for being the very first to answer that for the second day in a row! Nicely done. Honorable mentions go out to Gerges Scott, Maureen MacGregor, Charlotte LoBuono, Thomas Feyer, Cindi Lash, John Wall, Edna Kaplan, Chris Lombardi, Korina Lopez, Margo Howard, Nicolle Monico, Ken Walker, Jessica M. Pasko (who notes that "Musetto's classic headline was a stalwart example in all my classes in j-school"), Eve Byron, Ron Casalotti, Hollywood Highlands, Waterfield Designs, Francis Hinchey (who quips "True trophy of head hunters") and Christine Seiber for all getting one or both parts of the question correct, as well!
As for today's question, here it is: Which country's government has banned the Guardian and numerous other media outlets as well as human rights activists from entering the country to cover tomorrow's inaugural European Games?
Click here to submit your answer to @MuckRack. IMPORTANT: If you choose not to click that link, please include the word "answer" in your tweet so we can find it (the link will automatically do so for you)!
We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!