The New York Times is beginning to roll out a (much-needed) redesign of their article pages. It’s beautiful, and much less cluttered than their current layout. Untouched, so far, is the home page — oddly enough, I think this is the page that requires the most work. But it’s also the most difficult page to redesign, given the vast number of links, images, text, categories, and so forth that must be shown on it. This is a great start.
Be sure to download the press kit for full-size screenshots which you can drop into your web browser.