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Surfside, Fla., Condo Owners Are Suing The Collapsed Building's Association

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| As of Friday morning, 159 people remain unaccounted for as rescue crews work at the scene. The suit says the condo association failed to "secure and safeguard" the owners' lives and property.

Miami-Dade Will Receive Aid From FEMA For The Condo Disaster, DeSantis Says


"The people that got out are never gonna go back and live in that building, of course. And so some of them have lost everything that they had," said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Number Of People Missing Rises To 159 In Surfside Condo Building Collapse


"We will continue search and rescue because we still have hope that we will find people alive," said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. The number of fatalities has risen to four.

Death Toll Rises To 4 In The Florida Condo Collapse, With Dozens Of People Missing


More than 90 people remain unaccounted for after a 12-story condo building partially collapsed near Miami. Rescue workers are using sonar and dogs to search for survivors in the rubble.

Since 9/11, Military Suicides Are 4 Times Higher Than Deaths In War Operations


The new data highlights the divide between the dangers posed by war and the persistent mental health crisis in not only the military but the country at large.

Cops Say Low Morale And Department Scrutiny Are Driving Them Away From The Job


The mass exodus comes at a delicate time for many communities large and small as violent crime is on the rise and recruitment remains difficult.

Patterns Of Sexual Abuse Show Gaps In Police Disciplinary System


NPR's Ailsa Chang talks to KQED reporters Sukey Lewis and Sandhya Dirks about the second episode of the podcast, On Our Watch, which explores how police departments handle on-duty sexual misconduct.

New York City Mayor's Race: Get Caught Up On Primary Day


The term-limited Mayor Bill de Blasio is exiting after eight years in office, leaving the door of Gracie Mansion wide open for a newcomer. The race is tight, and the field is diverse.

A Russian Man Has Been Charged In The Death Of U.S. Student Catherine Serou


The 34-year-old student and former U.S. Marine went missing last week and was later found dead. Her mother says she received a text reading, "In a car with a stranger. I hope I'm not being abducted."