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.
Measles is a disease health officials believed they had virtually wiped out in the U.S. In the first four months of this year, 126 people have been infected. That's the highest level since 1996. Worldwide, measles is the leading cause of death in children. Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta weighs in.
Stephanie Elam has new information on these latest cases of measles.
The Bluefin-21 sonar sub has nearly finished its search without spotting any sign of Flight 370. It has been seven weeks without solid answers about what happened to the missing plane and the 239 people on board. In the absence hard facts, alternative theories are popping up. Some of them are more plausible than others. Randi Kaye takes a closer look.
Anderson discussed what is being said about Flight 370 with Aviation Correspondent Richard Quest and Jonathan Kay, author of "Among the Truthers: A Journey Through America's Growing Conspiracist Underground."
The death toll is rising in the South Korean ferry disaster and the number of people missing is going down. Divers are putting their own lives on the line to recover the remains of those who died on the doomed ship. At the same time there is a massive investigation going on to figure out what caused the ferry to sink. Kyung Lah has the latest.
Anderson discussed these developments with cargo ship captain James Staples and Maritime Security Council Governor Emeritus Kim Petersen.
It has been seven weeks since Steve Wang's mother disappeared on Flight 370. He is raising concerns that crews may not be searching in the right spot, and the Malaysian government is not sharing enough information with him and other families. Mr. Wang told Anderson, "We are asking questions to help them find the plane, but they said 'stop it.'"
It has been over a week since any survivors have been rescued from the South Korean ferry. We are now learning more about some of those who lost their lives. Kyung Lah has new information about the victims.
Kyung Lah has the latest on the ferry investigation and dangerous search for victims still trapped inside.
Until all the bodies of the ferry victims are recovered, the ship remains a gravesite. After they are returned to their families a massive salvage operation will begin. Gary Tuchman looks at how this massive ship might be recovered.
Demands for answers are growing louder from those with loved ones who were on board Flight 370. CNN's Richard Quest tried to get some of those answers when he sat down for an exclusive interview with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak. Richard pressed him about why military planes were not sent to investigate when Flight 370 turned off course. Prime Minister Razak also said he is not ready to declare Flight 370 and its passengers lost. Sarah Bajc's partner Philip Wood was on board Flight 370. She says her jaw hit the floor after hearing the Prime Minister's comments.
John Berman spoke with Richard Quest about his interview with Prime Minister Razak.
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