The site is newspapermap.com and the name pretty much tells you what this website does. The map at newspapapermap.com locates major and not so major newspapers of the world and provides links to these newspapers online. A very nice feature of the site is tthat the markers are color coded according to the language in which the newspaper is written, for the top 8 spoken languages, providing an interesting linguistic map of the world.
Newseum is a free website that allows you to read the front page of 873 newspapers (including other country newspapers) for free. The front pages are high quality images from the actual newspaper or you can read them as PDFs, or you can click on a link to the newspaper. This site is great if you want to compare what is making headlines from state to state or from country to country. Due to copyright reasons, if you try to download a front page, it is water marked. They also have free iPhone and iPad apps so you can read the front pages through those devices. To check out the site, click on this link: http://www.newseum.org/todaysfrontpages/