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April 28th, 2014
08:32 PM ET

Mystery of bear cub 'Tahoe' solved

Last week, a bear cub appeared on the doorstep of a wildlife center. No one could figure out where he came from - until now.

Jeanne Moos has solved the mystery.


Filed under: Animals • Jeanne Moos
April 28th, 2014
08:25 PM ET

Are new sanctions hitting the right Russians?

The United States has imposed a new round of sanctions against the Russia.

President Barack Obama said the "targeted" sanctions are in response to Russia's actions in Ukraine.

The U.S. added 17 Russian companies and another seven Russian government officials to the list.

Russia vows 'painful' response to new U.S. sanctions over Ukraine

So far, a total of 54 individuals have been sanctioned. But yet again, one individual not on that list is Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Also missing from the list are some of Russia's richest - billionaires, who just so happen to spend big bucks right here in the U.S.

Ted Rowlands has the OutFront investigation.


Filed under: International • News • Ukraine
April 28th, 2014
08:23 PM ET

L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling racist allegations not the first

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is accused of making racist comments caught on tape.

In a secret audio recording, the 80-year-old is believed to be heard lashing out at his mistress for associating and posting pictures of herself with African-Americans, including Magic Johnson.

The backlash builds as the NBA is about to make public its investigation into racist remarks – believed to have been said by Donald Sterling.

NBA players protest racist talk attributed to L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling

The offensive comments were made public over the weekend. The fall-out from those remarks is building by the hour.

Mercedes-Benz, Red Bull and Jet Blue are among the 11 companies that are no longer sponsoring the team.

CNN's Jason Carroll is OutFront with more on Sterling's alleged comments and his troubled history when it comes to race.


Filed under: News • Sports • Sterling remarks
April 28th, 2014
08:13 PM ET

Storm Chaser says he's retiring after deadly Arkansas tornado

Deadly tornadoes have left a path of death and destruction for miles in the south.

Our Ed Lavandera is in Mayflower, Arkansas where he caught up with a storm chaser who came dangerously close to it all.

He tells us why his experience on Sunday will be his last.


Filed under: Severe Weather • Tornadoes
April 28th, 2014
06:52 PM ET

Deadly tornadoes rips through south, killing at least 16

Tornadoes killed 16 people in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Iowa. "It's chaos here," said one mayor. Severe weather is forecast today in the South and Midwest.

CNN's Erin Burnett has the latest.


Filed under: Weather
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