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Richard Parsons and his new NBA position
The former CEO of Time Warner and Citigroup comes out of retirement to take the reins of the scandal-tossed L.A. Clippers. CBS News Special Correspondent James Brown reports.
$100,000 dragster stolen in California
The owner of a hot-rod drag racer was devastated when he discovered his prize possession was stolen. The abandoned trailer that housed the car has been found, and the police have video surveillance, but the car is still missing. CBS Los Angeles' Crystal Cruz reports.
Deadly robbery at California mini mart
A gunman was caught on video firing on three mini-mart customers in Salinas, California. Two victims survived the attack while a 62-year-old woman died. KION's Marissa Schwartz reports.
New York doctors save patient with 20-pound tumor
Doctors at NYU Langone Medical Center saved a man with a liposarcoma, a rare cancer. The patient had a 20-pound tumor and didn’t even know it. Craig Boswell reports this story from Staten Island, New York.
Kentucky women steal thousands of dollars in steak, wine
Two women were caught stealing thousands of dollars in steaks and a bottle of wine from Kentucky grocery stores. Surveillance pictures from the past several weeks taken in three Food City locations show dozens of thefts by the unidentified women. WWOK's Randy Yohe reports.
Cora International CEO on value of diamonds and consumer trends
CEO Suzette Gomes, whose company recently acquired and cut the rare 12-carat Blue Moon diamond, gives insights into the diamond industry.
The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace
Author Jeff Hobbs discusses the life and tragic death of his college roommate Robert Peace
Hannah Davis joins Boomer & Carton
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Hannah Davis joins Boomer and Carton to discuss the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, social media, and much more.
Bids to purchase the Bills are low
Boomer and Carton discuss how the highest non-binding bid for the Buffalo Bills is only $890 million.
Prolific photographer Bruce Weber takes on Detroit-based project
Fashion photographer Bruce Weber, known for pushing magazine ads to new limits, is now working with accessories company Shinola on a dog photography project. Jamie Wax reports.