Federal investigators said a weekend fire that totaled Alabama's racially troubled Randolph County High School was arson. The FBI and U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms say "an accelerant" caused the blaze. Meanwhile, the man at the center of the racial fire storm, ex-principal Hulond Humphries, got slapped with a lawsuit from a local TV cameraman. Bill Gill's tape shows Humphries and another man slamming Gill to the ground. The reporter, who is black, says the incident was racially motivated and points to racist statements made during the alleged assault.