Reverend O'Neal Dozier joins Brooke to discuss some controversial statements that he has made in the past regarding social issues. Dozier, an honorary Rick Santorum co-chair, defends his views that homosexuality is 'disgusting' and 'the paramount sin' in the eyes of God. He goes on to explain why he thinks that Mitt Romney is unelectable due to his Mormon faith.
Florida man loses job., now house is in foreclosure. He speaks to CNN's Suzanne Malveaux on Florida's primary day.
Brooke sits down for an emotional interview with college student Mayra Hidalgo. Mayra is in the United States illegally, and supports the Dream Act for its capability to provide her with an eventual path to legal status. But Mayra says she worries about the GOP candidates and what could happen to the Dream Act under a Republican administration.
Brooke travels to Sun City, Florida to visit with three happy, successful retirees. They share their advice for a successful and happy retirement and offer a word of warning for today's so-called 'spender generation'.
A mobile application called "Viggle" lets you earn rewards by watching TV. CNN's Chad Myers and Suzanne Malveaux explain how it works.
Jim Chynoweth from Second Harvest North Florida explains the economic impact of food stamps and who really benefits.
No one knows Florida politics quite like Charlie Crist. The former governor– and the former republican– talks to Kyra Phillips about all things Florida 2012.
Here are the takeaways:
1. Crist says he'd consider voting for president Obama in November.
2. He says the GOP race isn't over after Florida, even if Romney wins.
3. Crist laughs off a Gingrich campaign tactic, comparing the former governor to Mitt Romney
Check it out.
Fmr. U.S. Representative Bill McCollum (R) has some harsh criticism for two of the GOP candidates for President in his interview with CNN's Brooke Baldwin. McCollum says Mitt Romney is running from his record and he believes if Rick Santorum were out of the race, Newt Gingrich would "clearly be beating Romney right now." McCollum believes Gingrich will go on to be the GOP Presidential nominee regardless of whether he wins or loses in Florida.
Singer/songwriter Tori Amos sits down to chat with Brooke about embracing the fact that she's older. 20 years have passed since the release of her debut album 'Little Earthquakes', but Amos says she no longer feels the pressure to keep up with the young girls. She explains that she sees herself as a 'classic car', and that while women her age may not be perfect cosmetically, they have much more to offer in other areas. She even has some advice on the subject for Brooke!
CNN's Brian Todd reports from McPherson Square as the noon deadline for protesters to remove camping gear came and went.