President Obama condemned Donald Sterling for making "incredibly racist statements." Some of the biggest names in basketball, like Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and LeBron James have been speaking out against the L.A. Clippers owner. Filmmaker Spike Lee spoke exclusively to Anderson Cooper and questioned who in the NBA "is going to want to play for this guy?"
Unless you are a big basketball fan, there is a good chance you did not know Donald Sterling's name before this weekend's scandal erupted. The owner of the Los Angeles Clippers was allegedly caught on tape yelling at his then girlfriend for posting a photo of herself on Instagram with basketball legend Magic Johnson. Sterling went on to tell her not to bring African-Americans to Clipper games. But this is not the first time Sterling has been accused of making blatantly racist remarks. Randi Kaye investigates
It's a one-two punch of deadly and destructive weather. New twisters touch down less than 24 hours after tornadoes swept through Arkansas, Iowa and Oklahoma. At least 14 were killed in Arkansas, and officials fear the death toll will rise as crews dig through debris. The twisters ripped roofs off of homes, tossed cars like toys and tore down power lines. Anderson takes a look at the destruction.
Martin Savidge reports from Tupelo, Mississippi just after a twister leveled a busy section of the city and Ed Lavandera has the latest from hard hit Mayflower, Arkansas.
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