A settlement has been reached in the wrongful death suit of Sandra Bland. MSNBC's Tamron Hall talks to Sandra Bland's mother, Geneva Reed-Veal, and the attorney for the Bland family, Cannon Lambert for an exclusive interview. (MSNBC)
A fifth day of protests in Charlotte against the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police remained largely peaceful after the release of the partial police vehicle dashcam and police body cam footage. (Associated Press)
Stephen A. Smith: If NFL Can Welcome Back Michael Vick, Ray Rice Could Return Too
Les Grossman 2014 wrote: Stephen A. Smith joined Sean Hannity tonight to talk about Ray Rice and the question of whether he can ever make a comeback in the NFL. And honestly, Smith said, if Michael Vick return to the NFL after a dog-fighting scandal nearly tanked his career, there's hope for Rice too.
At the Los Angeles premiere of new horror-comedy 'Meet The Blacks,' which pokes fun at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, rapper Snoop Dogg claims that he doesn't vote and only supports "the gangster party." (Associated Press)
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who claims its talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer, the second such judgment against the manufacturer in three months (Associated Press).
Mark Zuckerberg Breaks Silence on Facebook Bias Claim
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is defending his company against accusations of political bias. He invited conservative leaders to meet about a report that said the site favors liberal views in its trending topics. Jan Crawford reports on how Facebook is being forced to reveal secrets. (CBS This Morning)
A UCLA student describes the moment he received an alert about the shooting. A spokesperson for the LAPD confirms that there are two fatalities following a shooting incident on the UCLA campus. The school remains on lockdown. It is unclear if a suspect is at large. (ABC News)