More grim news keeps coming in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.
The death toll has risen once again, and will likely go higher. According to CNN, 97 people have died in the U.S. as a result of the storm, and 165 overall.
According to New Jersey's Asbury Park Press, police in Monmouth County -- one of the hardest-hit areas -- have made 25 arrests for looting.
A non-union electric-repair crew was reportedly turned away from Seaside Heights, New Jersey -- the barrier island town best known until now for the home of Jersey Shore.
CNN says that only between 35 and 40 percent of gas stations in the New York area and New Jersey are operating. Lines stretch for miles and take up to four hours.
And a debate is raging over whether New York City should hold its annual marathon on Sunday. Supporters say it will signal a return to normalcy, but critics argue that with thousands of residents still struggling for basic needs, devoting resources such as drinking water and power generators to the race is simply wrong.