This program is about 1 hour long
(Pensacola, Florida: Ed Lavandera) The flooding in Florida featured; scenes shown from flooded Pensacola.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former player analyst Jay Williams and "The Tanning of America" author Steve Stoute about the aftermath of the Sterling incident. [STOUTE - talks about the decision by NBA commissioner Adam Silver so now we can get the Sterlings out of the ownership.] [WILLIAMS - talks about the Clippers' franchise and wife Shelly Sterling.]
(New York: Randi Kaye) The women in Sterling's life featured; scenes shown of girlfriend V. Stiviano and wife Rochelle "Shelly" Sterling; details given about Stiviano's life with photos and Shelly's lawsuit against V because of gifts to Stiviano from Donald. [STIVIANO - says she will become president.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and NBA analyst Greg Anthony about the Sterlings and the future ownership of the team. [TOOBIN - says the NBA will prevent anyone from the family from controlling the franchise; notes the role of the NBA and lawyers.] [ANTHONY - agrees no one in the family can be involved with the Clippers.]
(Near Pensacola, Florida: Ed Lavandera) The flooding from rains in Florida and Alabama featured; scenes shown from flooded Pensacola and Mobile and Orange Beach, Alabama. [Pensacola MAN - describes what happened.] [Florida Governor Rick SCOTT- offers advice.] The movement of the storm system discussed.
(Phoenix: Drew Griffin) CNN's attempts to interview the director of the Phoenix V.A. facility Sharon Helman shown; details given about a secret electronic list to hide the facts that veterans waited for months to see a doctor. [In interview, HELMAN - says the allegations are being reviewed by the inspector general.] [V.A. chief of staff Dr. Darren DEERING- says there was confusion among the medical staff about patient appointments so we did the electronic list.] The source reports from inside the V.A. blaming the list for veterans' deaths recalled. The status of appointments for veterans at this time and the refusal by V.A. head Eric Shinseki to be interviewed discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Miles O'Brien, aviation analyst David Soucie and former Transportation Department inspector general Mary Schiavo about company claims. [O'BRIEN - expresses skepticism about the company's technology to find underwater debris.] [SCHIAVO - says the company has not proven it.] [SOUCIE - comments on a possible power failure on the plane.]