Anderson spoke with an American contractor whose air base in the Iraqi city of Balad came under attack by ISIS. He only wants to be identified by his first name Tony, and he says he only made it to safety because local villagers stood up to the militants.
Anderson discussed U.S. options in Iraq with former CIA and FBI senior official Philip Mudd and retired Major General James 'Spider' Marks.
Donald Sterling is stepping up his battle with the NBA. The league's commissioner Adam SIlver banned the Clippers owner for life and fined him $2.5 million after his racist rant went public. Sterling responded by suing the NBA for $1 billion. Now sources tell CNN that Sterling hired private investigators to dig up dirt on the league's other owners. Anderson discussed all of this with Bobby Samini, who is one of Donald Sterling's attorneys and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
Brian Todd reports on the allegations of Donald Sterling investigating NBA owners.
Dr. Jeffrey Moore has studied and worked with POWs for more than 25 years. He spoke to Anderson about what Sgt. Bergdahl is going through. Dr. Moore detailed the difficulties many former prisoners face, but he also discussed the role of optimism in the reintegration process.
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