CNN's Erin Burnett talks to New York Congressman Gregory Meeks about the storm damage in Queens. Many Queens residents believe they are not getting the help they need. The shoreline peninsula includes Breezy Point and the Rockaways which has no power and no clean water.
The New York City borough is home to almost 120,000 people, more than half live below the poverty line making a desperate situation even worse.
OutFront tonight: Congressman Gregory Meeks represents the district and was out with his constituents today and he is OutFront tonight.
After days of standing his ground - despite anger, frustration and resentment - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg late Friday canceled Sunday's Marathon.
NY Marathon 'was going to be divisive,' says deputy mayor of cancellation
"We cannot allow a controversy over an athletic event – even one as meaningful as this – to distract attention away from all the critically important work that is being done to recover from the storm and get our city back on track," said Bloomberg.
The controversy - holding a marathon, with all the generators, food, water and police that requires – as New Yorkers still reeling from Sandy. Many here have lost their homes, hundreds of thousands who are still without power.
The Rockaways in Queens are desperate for assistance. There's no power, no food, and no clean water. Home to almost 120,000 people, more than half live below the poverty line making a difficult situation even worse.
Outfront tonight: Congressman Gregory Meeks (D-NY), who represents the district.
Erin Burnett talks to Obama Campaign's Ben Labolt about today's jobs report and its impact on the presidential election.
With 171,000 jobs added in October and the unemployment rate ticking up slightly higher to 7.9% - will voters see progress or stagnation.
OutFront tonight: Ben Labolt, President Obama's Campaign Press Secretary. FULL POST
A couple from Breezy Point, NY ties the knot amid all the devastation from Sandy, and not a single guest wasn't affected by the storm. CNN's Erin Burnett reports.
A new report from the Wall Street Journal says the security situation in Libya on the night of September 11th was in the hands of the CIA, who were in Benghazi operating under diplomatic cover.
Sr. Intelligence official offers minute-by-minute account for Benghazi attack
According to the report, two of the four men who died, Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty were former navy seals who actually worked for the CIA. The new details help explain why the American public may have received mixed messages from the administration in the days after the attack.
Adam Entous is the WSJ reporter who broke the story and Bob Baer is a former CIA operative.
Did a covert CIA mission in Libya compromise the safety of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans?