News With Ed -- June 14, 2016

When Bernie met Hillary: What will it take for Sanders to endorse Clinton?
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are set to meet in person after the polls close in the final Democratic primary contest in Washington, DC. The meeting is reportedly to figure out how much common ground there is between the two and to discuss what the party platform will look like at the Democratic National Convention. Larry Cohen, former president of the Communications Workers of America, and Nina Turner, national surrogate for Sanders, join ‘News with Ed’ to discuss what it might take for Sanders to endorse Clinton for president.

Orlando shooter reportedly a regular at gay nightclub, FBI investigating his wife
As the world mourns the massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, new details are emerging about the shooter, Omar Mateen. He was reportedly a regular at the gay nightclub and witnesses say he was on gay dating apps. A former classmate of Mateen has also come forward and says that Mateen had asked him out on a date. Police are also investigating Mateen’s wife, Noir Salman, who may have been aware of his plans to attack Pulse. RT correspondent Marina Portnaya joins ‘News with Ed’ to discuss the latest developments in the case.