Dozens still missing, condo building collapses in Surfside Miami (Full Show)
Breaking news out of Florida, where the search and rescue operation continues after a building partially collapsed in the town of Surfside. The ocean-facing portion of the 12-story Champlain Towers South Condo building which was built in 1981 and has 130 units, collapsed around 1:30 this morning. At least 50 units were destroyed. Two people have been pulled from rubble. Dozens of people, including families, remain unaccounted for or missing and at least one person is confirmed dead. RT's Nicholas Sanchez O'Donovan reports from the scene.
A massive infrastructure deal is in the works as President Biden is meeting with a group of bipartisan lawmakers today about a possible framework, many are saying a deal has already been reached. RT America's Faran Fronczak has the details on this developing story.
Some alarming news about the Covid-19 vaccine. The CDC is now confirming that there is a likely a link between the vaccine and a rare form of heart inflammation. The cases, referred to as myocarditis or pericarditis, have happened in people primarily 30-years-old or younger. Infectious disease expert Dr. Bob Arnot joins The News With Rick Sanchez to discuss the alarming news. I
If there is one country that America can certainly learn about infrastructure projects from, it’s China. China’s proudest symbol is of course the Great Wall, a 12,000 mile fortification built over centuries hailed as a human triumph, along with the country’s other engineering feats involving bridges, dams, and its cities. Boom Bust co-host Christy Ai joins The News With Rick Sanchez to discuss.