This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Chad Myers) tornado storm system reviewed; weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Stephanie Elam) Where wife Shelly Sterling stands on the issue of her husband's racism and how she wants to keep her stake in the Clippers team examined; Shelly's words quoted. [Rochelle's attorney Pierce O'DONNELL - says the Sterlings are estranged and is the "passive" owner in charge of the team since she has 50 percent; denies any discrimination by Shelly.] [NBA commissioner Adam SILVER - says the ruling applies to Donald only.] Shelly's past behavior as a renter noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and former prosecutor Sunny Hostin about the Sterlings. [TOOBIN - says Donald is gone, but Shell's position is complicated.] [In-studio, HOSTIN - says Shelly is a real owner.] [GERAGOS - says Shelly cannot be forced to sell the team and will stay as a silent investor.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview with former basketball great and wife Elgin and Elaine Baylor about Donald Sterling continued. [BAYLORS - says Sterling holds onto plantation beliefs about blacks: wanting black players and a white coach.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former prosecutor Sunny Hostin and "New York Times" columnist Charles Blow about Sterling and the issue of racism. [BLOW, HOSTIN - analyze Sterling's own views of himself and racism while racism is irrational; comment on the issue of different generations and race.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; San Antonio: Drew Griffin) The Congressional investigation of the secret list, the order of a national review of V.A. hospitals by V.A. Secretary Eric Shinseki and the investigation at another V.A. hospital in San Antonio reviewed. [V.A. clerk Brian TURNER - says we were instructed to "zero out" the dates whenever the appointments actually took place.] A statement from the San Antonio V.A. about Turner's claims quoted. The lack of accountability for higher ups in the V.A., the slow pace of internal investigations of appointment scheduling and President Obama 's support of Shinseki, who refuses CNN interviews, discussed.
(New York: Randi Kaye) An explosion and fire at a house in Tampa belonging to tennis player James Blake with a family of four found dead featured; 911 call played; scenes shown of the burned mansion and of renter Darren Campbell buying a lot of fireworks. [Hillsborough County sheriff's office Col. Donna LUSCZYNSKI- says bodies have been found in the house and all four were shot.] [MAN - talks about the Campbell family.]
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The Texas legal case of the light sentence for a convicted rapist, Sir Young; the arrest of the CEO who owns the South Korean ferryboat that sank last month; the return of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey hair-hanging act after the accident last weekend and a picture of a "firenado" reported