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Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson has been indicted on a felony charge of injury to a child. Rachel Nichols reports.
He's known as Hollywood's most feared lawyer. Wolf Blitzer talks to the super lawyer Bertram Fields, who will question Donald Sterling during a trial to determine his mental competency.
Ahead of the big match, Wolf Blitzer talks to Rachel Nichols about Team USA's chances of advancing in the World Cup.
Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has hired a private investigator to dig up any dirt on the NBA and its other owners. What is he hoping to find, and what for? CNN's Brian Todd reports.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Donald Sterling's lawyer, Maxwell Blecher, explains why the Clippers' owner has changed his mind, moving forward with a lawsuit against the NBA and a push to fight the sale of his team.
The new push is another flip-flop for Sterling:
Sterling's lawyer says Donald will take his wife to court as well:
Donald Sterling is being sued by a former mistress who claims sexual and racial discrimination. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
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.
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.
CNN's Brian Todd reports Shelly Sterling is accepting bids from potential buyers for the Los Angeles Clippers. Who should get the team?
Amid news reports that Donald Sterling is transferring ownership of the L.A. Clippers to his estranged wife Shelly, many are wondering what she will - or even can - do with the team. Will the NBA let her hold on to them? CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.