Brooke talks with Former President of Columbia Records Michael Mauldin about Beyoncé's lip-synced performance at the presidential inauguration. Mauldin, who helped sign the singer in the days of Destiny’s Child, tells Brooke Beyoncé is authentic and says, “I didn't know that she was lip-syncing by no means.”
Former NFL players Wade Davis and Coy Wire talk with Brooke about recent anti-gay comments made by San Francisco 49ers Cornerback Chris Culliver. While they were surprised by the comments, Davis and Wire also say this incident may help jump start a national conversation about homosexuality and the NFL.
Father of Victim in Newtown Shooting speaks to Suzanne Malveaux. He spoke out at a 6 hour Connecticut Task Force hearing about what can be done to help safeguard children. He contends that
Has the gun control debate changed in the last 20 years? Brooke takes a closer look as the issue moves back to Capitol Hill.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Rafael Romo about one religious cult whose leader claims to be Jesus reincarnated, and whose members are believed to have been victims of sex slavery and forced labor.
Brooke talks with Forbes staff writer Morgan Brennan about the recent spike in purchases of million dollar plus homes (bonus: they also reveal the location of America’s most expensive home for sale).
Concussions sustained while playing football are increasingly becoming a concern to players of all ages. Changing the violent nature of the game itself may be near impossible, but work is being done to improve safety equipment for players on the field. CNN's Poppy Harlow speaks with Dr. Vin Ferrara about recent advancements in helmet technology.
Devastating head injuries and the high-profile suicides of former NFL players are causing many to question whether or not the game can continue. In an interview with The New Republic, President Obama said '...if I had a son, I'd have to think long and hard before I let him play football.' CNN's Brooke Baldwin leads a panel discussion on the future of football and whether or not anything can be done to make the game safer.
Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has been trapped in a coma for the past 7 years, but recent tests have shown a reaction to his son's voice that has never been seen before. CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen about the development and what it could mean for Sharon.