The Democrats spent more than 25 hours camped out.  When the Republicans announced a recess and the C-SPAN cameras went off, the protesters turned to social media and the live-streaming app periscope to get their message out. And although the sit-in has ended, they say their fight continues. Rep. Katherine Clark (D) and Rep. Michael Capuano (D) discuss what's next.

Women's basketball lost its biggest-Pat Summitt, the coach with the most collegiate wins of either gender, passed away at 64 from complications of Alzheimer's. Summitt took Tennessee's Lady Volunteers to incredible heights over her 38 years at the helm. 1,098 wins and eight national titles. It was an amazing journey for a coach who started out making 250 dollars a month and had to drive the team bus and wash the uniforms after the games. Probably her most impressive stat, 100% of her players who completed their eligibility walked away with a degree. 

Joining Jim to reflect on Pat Summitt's legacy are Barbara Stevens (@BentleyWBball), a coaching legend from Bentley University;  Boston Globe sports writer Shira Springer (@ShiraSpringer); and another high achieving coach,  Laney Clement-Holbrook (@OAHSTigersports)  from  Oliver Ames High School in Easton- who just became the winningest High School in state history.

And, whether it's Facebook, Google, wgbhnews.org, or elsewhere, people rely on the internet now more than ever. That's why spotty, slow internet connections can be so frustrating. For many people in Massachusetts, that's just how it is- because the big players still haven't gotten around to servicing their areas. That's why, as Cristina Quinn (@cristinatquinn) shows us, one town is taking things into its own hands.