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  • Newspapers Lead With Sandy

    The cover of the Cape Cod Times, published in Hyannis, Massachusetts, shows dramatic pictures of flooding and wind damage on Oct. 30, 2012.
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    The cover of the New York Post on Oct. 30, 2012 refers to Hurricane Sandy as the "Frankenstorm."
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    The Asbury Park Press shows the devastating toll of the storm.
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    The Boston Herald called Hurricane Sandy the "Beast of the East."
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    The Press & Sun-Bulletin, published in Binghamton, N.Y., shows a dramatic image of flooding in the area on the front page of its Oct. 30, 2012 edition.
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    The Day, published in New London, Conn., shows kids being pummeled by waves on its front page.
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    Waves from Hurricane Sandy near the James River Bridge in Newport News, Va., as shown by Virginia's Daily Press.
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    The front page of the Hazleton, Pa. Standard-Speaker on Oct. 30, 2012.
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  • Newspapers Lead With Sandy

    The Washington Post shows the wide-reaching effects of Sandy, from flooding in Atlantic City, N.J. to rain in Alexandria, Va.
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  • Newspapers Lead With Sandy

    The Wall Street Journal shows waves crashing into homes along the Connecticut coastline on the front page of the Oct. 30, 2012 edition.
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  • Today's Front Pages

    The New York Post's Oct. 29, 2012, cover depicts the Statue of Liberty but with the city's iconic figure photoshopped with an umbrella in anticipation of the storm.
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    The front page of North Carolina's Gaston Gazette depicts the high water threatening coastal regions.
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    New Jersey's Herald News depicts storefronts shuttered Oct. 29, 2012, as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the Garden State.
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  • Today's Front Pages

    Parsippany, N.J.-based Daily Record led its front page Oct. 29, 2012, with closed roads on its front page. The newspaper warned residents to prepare for an extended period of power outages during and after the hurricane hit.
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    The Times of Trenton depicts streets in New Jersey Oct. 29, 2012, with sand bags serving as buffers against the floodwaters of Sandy.
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    Dramatic pictures of floodwaters covered the Oct. 29, 2012, front page of the Asbury Park Press, published in Neptune, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie urged residents to remain home and stay safe.
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    Union Leader, which is published in Manchester, N.H., shows a family walking against the storm's elements Oct. 29, 2012. The newspaper reminded its readers that "The Granite State Takes Sandy."
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    The Boston Herald passes along Gov. Deval Patrick's message Oct. 29, 2012: "Don't tangle with the storm."
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    Maryland's Cumberland Times shows dramatic flood images, with the ominous headline "Massive Sandy Closes In" on Oct. 29, 2012.
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    The Bangor Daily News shows Maine residents Oct. 29, 2012, lining flood-prone areas with sand bags as the area braces for Sandy's wrath.
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