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10/29/2013 11:46 am ET Updated Oct 29, 2013

Hurricane Sandy Anniversary Front Pages: Media Examines Aftermath One Year Later

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Newscasts and newspapers took a hard look at the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on the one year anniversary Tuesday.

Last year, the superstorm ravaged the East Coast, battering homes, knocking out power and shutting down transportation. Much of Tuesday's media coverage of the anniversary focused on Sandy's lasting effects and areas that continue to struggle with rebuilding.

New Jersey governor Chris Christie appeared on "CBS This Morning" and "Today" to discuss the recovery in his state, while "Good Morning America" reported on the continued rebuilding efforts in Breezy Point, New York. "Morning Joe" examined the progress in Sea Bright, New Jersey, while CNN's "New Day" reported on volunteer efforts in Staten Island.

Meanwhile, newspapers also highlighted displaced victims who have yet to be return home. Below, see how newspaper front pages covered the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.

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