Questions, questions everywhere - how many is too many question heds?
I'm not one of those who reflexively recoils at a question headline. They have their place (one of my favorites was from the Wall Street Journal: Are you ready for deflation?)
But generally, it's not the best policy to greet readers with a front page -- at least above the fold -- with the indication that there are nothing but questions in the paper today, as my local paper did yesterday.
The State has never met a question (or quote) hed it didn't love, but like spice, a little goes a long way: