Professor John All was climbing alone on a Himalayan mountain when the ground beneath his feet gave way. He fell 70 feet down an icy crevasse, and managed to stop himself from falling even further. All told Wolf how he climbed back to the surface despite not being able to rely on the right side of his body, explaining "if I stopped or rested or hesitated I would be dead." All managed to record video of the experience and even used his phone to message for help on social media. He spoke to Wolf shortly after leaving a Nepalese hospital.
This Memorial Day, Americans will pause to remember those who died on the battlefield. We are also inspired by the story of a young soldier who nearly lost his life while serving in Afghanistan. Retired Staff Sergeant Travis Mills survived a bomb attack, but lost his four limbs. He tells Barbara Starr "once upon a time I was a wounded warrior… but now I'm healed. I'm just a guy living life."
The captain of the Costa Concordia is on trial right now in Italy. If convicted he faces a possible 20 prison sentence. He is blamed for crashing the cruise ship into rocks off Gliglio Island and killing 32 people. Two years later, survivors Andrea and Laurence Davis talk to Anderson about the impact the disaster is having on their lives today.
A close call between two planes over Houston is just the latest in a recent string of near misses at America's airports. The FAA is investigating. But why are we hearing about so many troubling cases now? Rene Marsh reports.
CNN safety analyst David Soucie spoke to Wolf about the challenges air traffic controllers are facing as more flights are being scheduled.
The daughter of a Vietnam veteran talks to Drew Griffin about the father she lost and his ordeal trying to get care from the Phoenix VA hospital. Priscilla Valdez says her dad spent months trying to get an appointment, but was continually told to wait longer. Pedro Valdez died of acute respiratory failure. Now she wants to know if his name was on one of the alleged VA secret waiting lists.
Donald Sterling appears ready to officially exit the NBA. There are indications today he is preparing to sign his ownership interest in the Clippers over to his wife so she can negotiate a sale. There are lingering questions about whether Shelly Sterling will try to hold onto a portion of the team.
Now we are learning surprising new details about the scandal that is forcing Sterling's exit. An L.A. Times report details how Sterling and Stiviano's relationship fell apart just before the now infamous racist rant became public. It also looks at Shelly Sterling's involvement. Randi Kaye has the latest.
Wolf discussed the future of the Clippers with sports agent Drew Rosenhaus and Stephen A. Smith, co-host of 'First Take' on ESPN.
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