Mean Girls Aren't Cool.
It's true and that's the name of program and website created by Kelsey Jackson, a college student who was bullied in high school. I was able to sit down with Kelsey and her teacher, Lori Thompson, about her work.
Cyndi Lauper just launched the "Forty to None" project.
It's a campaign to battle the growing number of homeless gay youth. I sat down with Cyndi and asked her why she got involved.
Randi Kaye talks with the human society that is giving shelter to homeless animals from the Colorado wildfires.
Brooke talks to a Colorado wildfire victim who lost her dream home and she describes dramatic video of the family's evacuation.
In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Obama's 'Affordable Health Care Act', Republicans are accusing President Obama of breaking his 2009 promise not to impose new taxes on the middle class. Brooke speaks with Rep. Stenny Hoyer who defends the bill and says that it's time for people to take responsibility for their own health care costs.
Today the Supreme Court upheld President Obama's 'Affordable Health Care Act' in a ruling that has upset the GOP. Brooke speaks with Sen. Olympia Snowe who says that the bill will have 'huge financial implications for individuals, families, and businesses across the country.'
Authorities have evacuated 32,000 residents Wednesday as firefighters tried to slow a wildfire that has ravaged Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Waldo Canyon Fire had engulfed 15,517 acres and was only 5% contained. Brooke speaks with Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper, and he describes the scene as what real disaster would look like in film.
Dubbed "The Decider" by Time Magazine, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is expected to be the swingman in Thursday's health care reform ruling. The Supreme Court will announce their decision on the constitutionality of Obamacare and everyone is waiting to see if he will veer right or left. Brooke speaks to Kennedy's former clerk, Stephen Engel, as the announcement looms.
National Intelligence Director James Clapper is seeking to plug leaks by polygraph testing employees of federal intelligence agencies about their contacts with reporters.
The President may be months or even years away from leaving office , but a University of Chicago professor tells Brooke he doesn't want Obama's presidential library to be built on his campus, saying it's not good to mix politics with academics.