With such a long and poor track record of racial discrimination, why didn't the NBA take any sanctions against Sterling until now? It's question our next guest Peter Keating has been asking for a long time.
The US military says it will review a new policy restricting the kind of hairstyles soldiers can wear. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel made the announcement this week after the policy drew criticism for being racially biased.
Yesterday, the NBA handed down a stiff penalty on owner Donald Sterling, banning him for life and fining him $2.5 million, the maximum allowed by the league. For many Clipper fans the punishment was seen as a positive moment for the team and the city.
The Clippers take another step forward in the 2014 NBA playoffs, and a banana thrown onto a soccer pitch becomes a social movement. All this means it's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzsky, who have covered sports for the L.A. Times and ESPN.
As the school year winds down, families with kids are figuring out what to do with their summer break. But one teenager in Santa Barbara already has her plans locked in, she'll spend her time trying to regain her vision.
For authors, coming up with just the right book title can be tough. Throw a subtitle into the mix and the process becomes that much more difficult. Today, for nonfiction books, a subtitle is pretty much required.