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Just after CNN's Wolf Blitzer interviews Donald Sterling's lawyer Max Blecher, Don Lemon goes on a rant, slamming Blecher for being "just as out of touch, if not more," than Sterling - and calling him an 8-track in an iTunes era.
Hackers in Iran are using social media to target American and Israeli officials in an elaborate cyber-spying scheme. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
Donald Sterling's lawyer, Max Blecher, tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that the NBA has no case against his client because Sterling is being subjected to false charges based on illegally obtained evidence.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Valerie Plame, a former CIA operative outed by the Bush administration, talks about the recent accidental outing of the CIA chief of station in Afghanistan and about whether Edward Snowden was trained as an American spy.
After growing fears that Westerners inside Syria were training with al Qaeda's affiliates, Islamic militants now claim an American carried out a suicide attack against a regime military checkpoint. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
What was once believed to be the best hope of finding the missing plane is now being called a false hope. CNN's Rene Marsh explains.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer speaks with White House Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken about President Obama's plans for the drawdown in Afghanistan, including how to safely end America's longest war and how much the remaining presence will cost Americans.
Brilliant media strategy, or Hillary fatigue? CNN's Brianna Keilar looks at how the slow, steady drop surrounding Hillary Clinton's new memoir could help or hurt her chances for a presidential run.
CNN's Jim Acosta reports on President Obama's plan for troops after combat operations end in Afghanistan.
CNN's Brian Todd reports Shelly Sterling is accepting bids from potential buyers for the Los Angeles Clippers. Who should get the team?