'H1' The brown fox jumped over the dog.

(News Gothic, 36px, #384D5F) H1 fonts are used for page titles only.
 

'H2' The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.

(News Gothic, 22px, #384D5F) H2 fonts are used as secondary headers and also used as section headings.
 

'H2' - No Underline. The brown fox jumped over the dog.

(News Gothic, 22px, #384D5F) Alternate Format Only. If an H2 resides over a content container alone, then the underline shouldn't exist.
 

'H3' The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.

(News Gothic, 18px, Bold, #00843D) H3 fonts are used as section headers.
 

'H4' The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.

(Arial, 14px, Bold, #4B4B45) H4 fonts are currently not in use.
 
'H5' The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.
(Arial, 14px, Bold, #4B4B45) H5 fonts are used when a tertiary, bold heading is needed and an H3 font option has already been utilized.
 
'H6' The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.
(Arial, 14px, Bold, #4B4B45) H6 fonts are currently not in use.
  'Page Introduction' The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.
(Arial, 16px, Regular, #4B4B45)
  'Body' (or paragraph) The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.
(Arial, 14px, Regular, #4B4B45)