Donald Sterling is now threatening to sue the NBA if the lifetime ban against him is not lifted. He is also refusing to pay the $2.5 million fine imposed by the NBA. He has hired a a prominent anti-trust lawyer, but how likely is it that this argument will play out?
As they do every week, our Legal Guys Avery Friedman and Richard Herman duked it out.
This summer, some of America's best known track and field stars are competing in meets on U.S. soil. It is something that's become rare in recent years, with most big international meets taking place overseas with huge live audiences. Among the stars helping get American fans filling the stands? Olympic Hurdler Lolo Jones. Fredricka took a walk with Jones around a track in Georgia, where she competed this week.
On the 60th Anniversary of Brown versus the Board of Education, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke on the subject of race issues in schools during a high school commencement address in Topeka Kansas.
Fredricka spoke with Steve Perry, who founded a charter school in one of Connecticut's lowest performing school districts, and asked if he agrees–is segregation still a problem?
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks with CNN military analyst, General James Spider Marks about a military strike on Syria.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks with Rep. Charles Rangel about his thoughts on President Obama and a strike on Syria.
CNN's Chad Myers has info on a new study released by NOAA.
Dining out with small children can be challenging. One cafe owner kicks out mom and kids. CNN's Kat Kinsman has more.
Imagine having your hair cut from your head at gunpoint. CNN' Rafael Romo has a disturbing trend coming from Venezuela.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield, talks with CNN Security Analyst, Juliette Kayyem, about the possibility of an Al Qaeda attack.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks with former Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, about the Zimmerman verdict.