After 56 days, finally, the Malaysians released a report on what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The preliminary report shows the plane was missing for 17 minutes before anyone on the ground noticed. And the aircraft flew for four hours before the official search began.
Could every life on that plane have been saved?
CNN's Richard Quest reports on the long period of time when the plane vanished from radar to when the official search began.
Just last month, Sterling's wife filed a lawsuit against Stiviano, accusing her having an affair with the billionaire team owner.
According to new documents obtained by CNN, Sterling and his wife, Rochelle, were involved in a legal battle in 2002 with one of his other ex-mistresses.
Deb Feyerick is Outfront with new details about Sterling's sordid past.
About 200 girls are still missing in Nigeria amid reports that they are being sold as child brides for $12 dollars a piece.
They were were kidnapped 16 days ago by al-Qaeda-linked Boko Haram, one of the most brutal terrorist groups in the world.
The girls' parents are devastated and beyond frustrated.
Nigerians took to the streets Thursday to demand the government do more to rescue the girls. And many of those protests have been spurred by social media - many using the Twitter hashtag #BringBackOurGirls¬†to spread the word. At one point Thursday, the hashtag was used at a rate of nearly 20,000 tweets per hour.
CNN's Vladimir Duthiers is in Lagos, Nigeria with the latest.
A who's who of wealthy celebrities are lining up to buy the Los Angeles Clippers.
Team owners attended a private conference call Thursday, and in a press release, they said they are moving forward on discussions to force Donald Sterling to sell the team.
But how much will it cost?
Some big names with some deep pockets are already lining up to bid and that's pushing the up the price.
CNN's Jason Carroll has the story.