This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Phoenix: Drew Griffin) How veterans have been waiting too long for doctor appointments, how the numbers have long been hidden, that deaths have occurred due to delays, how people in the Phoenix V.A. are scared, states there are multiple secret lists inside the Phoenix V.A., and the rescinding of the bonus for the director of the Phoenix V.A. discussed. [In interview, Phoenix V.A. Dr. Katherine MITCHELL- says returning wounded veterans are waiting a long time for care; states we had to hide documents about the secret waiting list.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Jeff Miller about a new bill for managing the V.A. [MILLER - says this bill gives the secretary the ability to fire people; outlines what the president should do to get faster veteran care; suggests Obama is "disconnected"; cites a bonus at the Pittsburgh V.A.]
(New York: Randi Kaye) How Sterling and others in the Clippers organization and wife Shelly Sterling tried to cover up the racism scandal featured; details given from NBA documents about Sterling's meeting with Stiviano about her recording of his comments. [S. STERLING - says she and Donald are estranged.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) The legal issues involving Sterling and Stiviano and getting Sterling removed from the Clippers' franchise ownership, the NBA view that Shelly is out when Donald is out discussed. [In the CNN interview, STERLING - denies having dinner with Shelly.]
(Olympia, Washington: Dan Simon) The questions raised about the DUI sentence for Washington state business owner Sean Goodman, a multiple offender, examined; scenes shown of protesters at the county courthouse; details given about the latest of seven DUI incidents. [Jumped out of Goodman's car, Henry GRIFFIN - comments on his ride with Goodman in his Ferrari that led to a high-speed chase.] [Prosecutor Jon TUNHEIM- talks about the law and Goodman's penalty.] [Goodman lawyer Paul STROPHY- says Goodman is remorseful.] Goodman's sentence based on Washington state law discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The story of a kidnapped California woman found alive 10 years later; the role of 80 US troops in the search for the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls; the freeing from jail of six Iranians who made a YouTube video dancing to Pharrell Williams' "Happy" reported.