NBA to hold news conference on Sterling investigation
The NBA will hold a 2 p.m. news conference on Tuesday in New York City to make an announcement about its investigation involving Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
An audio recording was released over the weekend of a conversation between a man, alleged to be Sterling, talking with his girlfriend and making several racist statements. It set off a firestorm of response from NBA players, former players and owners.
Will and Kate's third anniversary
Can you believe it's been three years since the epic royal wedding? If you forgot to send a card, today is Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's third wedding anniversary. Just how they will celebrate is unknown, but if their previous two anniversaries are any clue, a quiet night at home may be in the cards.
Tony Award nominations
It's Tony time. The Tony Award nominations are announced Tuesday morning, and the field is very competitive this year. Learn who makes the list at usatoday.com/life. The Tony's will air live on CBS, its broadcast home since 1978, on June 8, 8-11 p.m. ET/PT.
Justices to rule on cellphone searches without warrants
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will look at whether or not police, without a warrant, can look through the cellphones of people they arrest. The cellphone cases may be a precursor to more expansive and potentially explosive high court inquiries. Among them: an examination of the National Security Agency's phone and computer surveillance methods, on which two federal district courts already have diverged.
White House to issue guidelines on fighting sexual assault on campus
A White House task force assigned to reduce sexual assaults on college campuses releases a slate of recommendations today to curb the epidemic.
Bonus: Today is Make-A-Wish International's World Wish Day