On the same day Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers was banned from the NBA for life, his former mistress - the woman who may have brought the billionaire down with audio recordings of his racist rant - was seen teasing the paparazzi, telling them she's going to run for President of the United States.
Sterling's wife, Rochelle, also loves the cameras and has been attending the team's playoff games in the midst of the scandal.
Deborah Feyerick has more on this bizarre love triangle.
Deadly floods have washed out roads and bridges, and trapped hundreds of homeowners.
The torrential rains cause a landslide in Baltimore just a short time ago, where a road collapsed and destroyed several cars.
No injuries were reported but all homes in the area have been evacuated.
Less than 24 hours after deadly tornadoes swept through the southeast claiming at least 36 lives, the same storm system is causing the worst flooding in a generation.
In Pensacola, Florida, nearly 18 inches of rain fell in just 24 hours.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is Outfront in Pensacola with the latest.
It may be the most famous headwear in the world. A solar face shield perched atop the head of "V" - also known as Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's bodacious mistress.
Jeanne Moos has the story.
A man convicted of heinous crimes, murder, rape and burying a woman alive was killed Tuesday night in Oklahoma.
But it's the way he died that has the world talking.
Officials tried a new cocktail of three drugs to put 38-year-old Clayton Lockett to death.
It was supposed to kill him within a few minutes - but it took 43 minutes for Lockett to die.
He finally died of a heart attack.
In an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, witnesses to the execution, Chelsea Washington from CNN affiliate KOKH and Clayton Lockett's lawyer, David Autry take us through what happened. And also forensic scientist Larry Kobilinsky tells Burnett why he believes the drugs weren't the problem.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is mum after the NBA banned him from the league for life over racist remarks that were leaked online.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says he will do "everything in my power" to force Sterling to sell the franchise.
But will he go quietly?
Former NBA star and Sacremento Mayor Kevin Johnson told CNN's Erin Burnett that "everyone expects him to fight."
The list of people ready to pay Sterling for the Clippers are already lining up, including Oprah, David Geffen, software billionaire Larry Ellison and World champion boxer Oscar De La Hoya.
In an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, De La Hoya explains why he's interested in the franchise.