Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the NBA's all-time leading scorer and he is also a former Clippers coach. He tells Anderson, "There were indications at least a decade ago… Mr. Sterling had some really disturbing views."
Anderson discussed the Sterling fallout with ESPN's Jay Williams and Steve Stoute, who was an instrumental voice in advertisers pulling their business from the Clippers.
Donald Sterling was sidelined by the NBA's lifetime ban. But the women in his life are not exactly dodging the spotlight. Randi Kaye takes a closer look at Sterling's complicated relationships.
If the Sterlings file for divorce, does Rochelle own half of the Clippers? Anderson took a closer look at this issue with former NBA great Greg Anthony and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
Rescuers along the Gulf coast are using watercraft normally used to patrol beaches to reach stranded flood victims. Storms caused massive flooding for parts of the region, with some areas setting new records. Ed Lavandera has the latest.
Strong winds and high temperatures are helping to spread a fast moving wildfire that started in the San Bernadino National Forest today. More than 500 firefighters are battling the flames. Paul Vercammen reports the wind is so strong it is keeping firefighting planes and helicopters grounded.
President Obama called for an investigation into a Phoenix VA hospital after AC360 exposed a former VA doctor's claim of at least 40 deaths of U.S. Military veterans last week. Three members of Arizona's congressional delegation want the hospital's director fired. Senior Investigative Reporter Drew Griffin tracked her down. The initial response was not-so-welcoming.
Bangladesh dispatched a pair of ships to the Bay of Bengal, where the company GeoResonance believes it spotted a plane underwater. The company believes it found the wreckage of a commercial airliner, and they alerted crews searching for Flight 370. The Bay of Bengal is thousands of miles away from the search zone off the coast of Perth, Australia. Anna Coren visited GeoResonance to find out why the company is so sure about its findings.
Anderson discussed this the technology with CNN aviation analysts Miles O'Brien and David Soucie, along with former Transportation Department Inspector General Mary Schiavo.
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