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CNN's Brian Todd reports that although Sterling has agreed to let his wife sell the Clippers, the NBA has rebuffed his offer.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on new allegations from NBA that Donald Sterling tried to cover up audio-recording revelations - just as V. Stiviano, Sterling's alleged girlfriend, speaks out in a bombshell interview.
The World Health Organization says the concern about the deadly virus MERS has "significantly increased," with hundreds of people potentially exposed in the U.S. alone. Can officials detect the disease before it's too late and begins to spread to others? CNN's Brian Todd investigates.
In two separate interviews, Donald Sterling and his wife Shelly are speaking out for the first time. In a CNN exclusive, he tries to defend himself from claims that he is a racist, while she moves to distance herself from his comments, even suggesting that Sterling's rant may have been fueled by dementia. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
A new audio recording allegedly between Donald Sterling and a friend has surfaced, and on it, the L.A. Clippers owner claims that he is not a racist - and that he will fight the NBA to keep the team. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Scorching heat and stronger hurricanes, floods and fires, torrential downpours and droughts: The White House is warning in a brand new report that the effects of climate change are here and only getting worse. CNN's Brian Todd investigates the report.
After weeks of searching for MH370, investigators are debating a controversial proposal that may help avoid a nightmare like this in the future. CNN's Brian Todd reports on the idea to track flights in real time.
If the Bluefin-21 completes its search without finding MH370, searchers will have to bring in new, more sophisticated equipment. CNN's Brian Todd talks to the manufacturer of what could be the next, best option.
CNN's Brian Todd talks to the manufacturers of the all-important Bluefin-21, an autonomous underwater vehicle searching for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, to figure out why it aborted its mission yesterday.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on the high-tech "sonobuoys," a piece of equipment normally used in combat, that picked up the latest underwater signals in the search for MH370.