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February 27th, 2012
02:38 AM ET

No Talking Points: Presidential Apologies

The Republican presidential hopefuls are hammering President Barack Obama for apologizing to Afghanistan over the burning of Qurans at Bagram Air Base, an incident the U.S. military claims was accidental. As Don Lemon points out in tonight's No Talking Points, President Obama is hardly the first commander-in-chief to offer his mea culpa.


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February 24th, 2012
06:18 PM ET

Army downplays PTSD claims

Brooke Baldwin talks to an Army veteran's activist about a recent charge that the Army may be skimping on claims of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder due to the syndrome's high cost of treatment. Tom Tarantino tells Brooke that treating PTSD on the front end alleviates medical treatment costs.

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Filed under: Brooke Baldwin
February 24th, 2012
04:47 PM ET

The oil blame game

Brooke Baldwin talks to economist and author Ben Stein about America's energy policy. Stein tells Brooke that no president, going back to Richard Nixon, is to blame for soaring petroleum prices. He cites the confluence of international markets as the source of fluctuating commodity rates.

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Filed under: Brooke Baldwin
February 23rd, 2012
05:53 PM ET

Nine-Year-old's "running" death

Brooke Baldwin talks to a sheriff's department spokeperson about the death of nine-year-old Savannah Hardin in Alabama. The girl's stepmother and grandmother are charged with murder in the case. Allegedly, the pair made Savannah run around the house for hours as punishment for lying about eating a candybar. Authorities say Savannah ran the equivalent of a marathon without water and suffered severe dehydration.

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Filed under: #WeCanDoBetter • Brooke Baldwin
February 23rd, 2012
04:37 PM ET

Syrian doctor flees violence

Brooke Baldwin talks to Dr. Amer Sayed who has fled Syria amid the Assad regime's massacre of civilians. Dr. Sayed tells Brooke that it is illegal for doctors to treat wounded protesters. He says that doctors caught assisting the wounded are detained and taken to unknown destinations.

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Filed under: Brooke Baldwin
February 22nd, 2012
04:55 PM ET

Western journalists killed in Syria

Brooke Baldwin talks to a friend of slain journalist Marie Colvin who was killed in Homs, Syria on Wednesday. Peter Bouckaert tells Brooke that Colvin had a reputation as often being the first reporter on scene during her storied career as a war zone journalist. Colvin died alongside French photojournalist Remi Ochlik in the rebel stronghold of Homs.

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Filed under: Brooke Baldwin
February 21st, 2012
06:56 PM ET

Passerby saves young girl investigators say was kept in basement by family

Mike Vega of Madison, Wisconsin stumbled across and alerted authorities to a young girl investigators say was kept in a basement, starved and sexually abused. Vega told Brooke the girl looked "like she just came from Auschwitz."

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Filed under: #WeCanDoBetter • Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
February 21st, 2012
04:27 PM ET

From the runway to rehab, Jennifer Gimenez talks drug addiction

Jennifer Gimenez says her first line of cocaine made  everything in her head "quiet and okay for just a minute." She says she has been seeking that feeling ever since. Gimenez tells Brooke how she went from that first line of cocaine to her darkest hour – waking up in a psych ward after a suicide attempt. Her incredible story of recovery and how she is now helping other addicts makes this a must watch.

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Filed under: Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
February 20th, 2012
06:53 PM ET

Which president is the best of the best?

Historian Douglas Brinkley says the challenges Abraham Lincoln faced while in office make him history's best president.

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Filed under: CNN Newsroom • Suzanne Malveaux
February 20th, 2012
05:57 PM ET

Getting 'Washed Out' with Ernest Greene

From an unemployed librarian in 2009 to an electronic pop icon in 2012, the journey has been a dreamy one for Ernest Greene.   The man behind "Washed Out" discusses how his band went from a modest music project in the bedroom of his parents' home to an overnight internet sensation.

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Filed under: #MusicMonday • Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
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