Nick Pasichuke is lucky to be alive. He survived the UCSB rampage and just got out of the hospital. Nick was skateboarding when the shooter ran him down with his car. It shattered Nick's right leg, broke his left leg, left him with facial fractures and other injuries. He spoke to Anderson about his recovery.
Here are pictures of Nick before and after the attack.
The family of the shooter is speaking out through their spokesman Simon Astaire. He says they are crippled with grief. Astaire spoke to Anderson about their intentions to meet with the family of shooting victim Christopher Martinez.
CNN is looking back at all things "The Sixties" with the premiere of the new documentary series. Just before the premiere, Anderson spoke to a true living legend about some of the era's most memorable TV moments. Dick Cavett recounted his chaotic post-Woodstock episode, Johnny Carson's genius, and how tame some of the sixties' most controversial moments seem today.
A White House official tells CNN that VA Secretary Eric Shinseki is "on thin ice" with President Obama. The number of lawmakers from both parties calling for Shinseki's resignation is growing. Lawmakers vented their frustration after senior VA officials testified at a House hearing yesterday evening. Drew Griffin's reporting on the VA scandal has been Keeping Them Honest for months.
Anderson looked at the enormity of this crisis for the White House with political analyst David Gergen and Congressman Jeff Miller, who is the Chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee.
Donald Sterling's lawyer says the Clippers owner has a guillotine over his head. On Tuesday, the NBA is set to hold a hearing that could strip Sterling of his ownership of the team. Now, there are reports that former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer signed a binding agreement to buy the team for $2-billion. But hours before news of the deal broke, Sterling's attorney, Max Blecher, spoke to Wolf Blitzer and threatened to fight the league in court. Anderson discussed all of this with senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Stephen A. Smith, co-host of ESPN's First Take.
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