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The News with Rick Sanchez - March 05, 2019 (20:00 ET)

Destruction: New map shows sea level rise cost

Flooding has eroded $15.8 billion in home values along the East Coast, according to a new report. Rick Sanchez asks whether the US doing enough to protect its coastal areas from extreme weather and rising sea levels. Then RT America correspondents John Huddy, Trinity Chavez and Natasha Sweatte report on flooding and infrastructure concerns in Florida, the Northeast and California.  

Google acknowledges Crimea as Russian

Google Maps suddenly shows a broken line separating Crimea from Russia -- a subtle acknowledgment, much to the consternation of NATO, that Crimea is indeed part of Russia and not of Ukraine. Former naval intelligence officer John Jordan joins to weigh in. Naval intelligence officer John Jordan joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in.

Roots of Google-Saudi app controversy is oil

Google and Apple have drawn criticism for refusing to de-platform “Absher,” Saudi Arabia’s infamous app for surveillance and control of women by their “guardians.” She explains how the real issue behind the “Absher” controversy is US support for Riyadh.