This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Bigad Shaban) ABC's interview with V. Stiviano, the girlfriend of Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team owner Donald Sterling, who was banned for life after his racist remarks taped by her went public, examined. [STIVIANO - says Sterling should apologize.] [CBSSports.com Ken BERGER - outlines the legal options; notes this all is a distraction for the Clippers' players.] CBS Poll findings cited.
(London: Kelly Cobiella) A landslide that hit a remote village in Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of the displaced people, the mud, the mountain.
(Donetsk: Clarissa Ward) The release in Ukraine of European military observers who had been held captive by pro-Russian separatists as the Ukrainian military tried to take back towns controlled by pro-Russian forces featured; scenes shown of clashes in Odessa; details given about Russian President Vladimir Putin's blaming the West and the Ukraine government.
(New York: Michelle Miller) The death of 5-year-old Jeremiah Oliver, who got lost in the child care system in Massachusetts after abuse in the home, examined; photos shown; details given about the failure of social workers. [Social worker Christian KING - says we don't have the resources.] What the state legislature is doing to improve the system outlined on screen.
(Pensacola: Mark Strassmann) The FAA's questions about the use of store-chaser drones over disaster areas examined; scenes shown of drones and footage they take; details given about the ban on the use of drones for commercial purposes. [Drone enthusiast John PETERS - shows his phantom drone.] [Oklahoma State University professor Jamie JACOBS - talks about the regulations on drones and the need for unmanned technology to collect weather data.]
(Washington: Mark Albert) The honoring of African American journalist Harry McAlpin, who was opposed by the White House Correspondents Assn. in the 1940s, featured; photos shown of McAlpin with President Franklin D. Roosevelt. [On radio, McALPIN - comments on being subjected to praise and criticism.]