While looking around at headlines I looked at NFL.com, startribune.com, and yahoo.com. The NFL site has mainly attention grabbing headlines about certain players or fantasy analysis. The headlines are generally very short and are more of a title than a description of the article, such as "Tomlinson's nemesis". At the star tribune the headlines are longer and sum up what the story is about while also leaving the reader wanting to read the rest of the story. On yahoo the headlines are more entertainment bases and focused on catching the reader's eye with witty slogans or questions like "What else can save Detroit?" These are usually linked to other news organizations since yahoo! is primarily a search engine.
this is the link from yahoo...http://finance.yahoo.com/banking-budgeting/article/106249/Who-Can-Save-Detroit?