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December 31st, 2013
07:15 PM ET

Gay couple to wed during Rose Parade

CNN's Martin Savidge talks with a gay couple who will wed during the Rose Parade on New Year’s day.

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December 31st, 2013
07:00 PM ET

New Orleans ready to ring in 2014

CNN's Brooke Baldwin spends New Years Eve in New Orleans where musicians celebrate the history and soul of the city.

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December 30th, 2013
05:29 PM ET

Second bombing in Russia raises Olympic security fears

1996 Atlanta Olympic Security Director William Rathburn discusses security at the Sochi Olympic Games after 2 bombs kill 31 and injure 63 people in Volgograd, Russia.

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December 30th, 2013
05:07 PM ET

Creature in family photo: shark or dolphin?

Brooke talks with Discovery Channel "Shark Week" Expert Jeff Kurr who believes a juvenile great white shark was captured in a family photo with children playing a short distance of the shark.

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December 30th, 2013
04:59 PM ET

Richard Simmons' on 2014 health trends

Brooke talks with health and fitness guru Richard Simmons about positive health trends for 2014 and boosting self-esteem through healthy eating and exercise.

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December 27th, 2013
11:27 AM ET

A media divided: Were the big stories of 2013 covered fairly?

Two of the year's biggest news stories– the trial of George Zimmerman and the Boston Marathon bombing– were covered in very different ways in the media.

Carol sat down with Steve Malzberg from Newsmax, a conservative media watchdog group and Eric Boehlert, from Media Matters, a liberal media watchdog group to discuss the major media strategies in covering these two stories.

Brian Stelter, CNN's senior media correspondent also joined the conversation to help us quantify how this type of biased coverage can shape our culture.

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December 25th, 2013
07:53 AM ET

The racial dilemma of a 'White Christmas'

After FOX's Megyn Kelly made some controversial remarks about 'Black Santa', the race of the man in the red suit has been debated all over social media. CNN's Kyung Lah visited a popular black Santa in a south Los Angeles mall to answer the question, does it matter if Santa is white or black?

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December 23rd, 2013
07:03 PM ET

How Twitter is like an angry mob

CNN's Brooke Baldwin examines how ill-advised or racist tweets inspire an angry, mob mentality on Twitter. Her expert guests are clinical psychologist Jeff Gardere and CNN Sr. Media Correspondent Brian Stelter.

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December 23rd, 2013
05:56 PM ET

Sheriff says A&E not welcome in his county

CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks to a Georgia sheriff who told A&E the network's video crews are not welcome in his county. Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller says A&E should not punish Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" for his belief in the bible. Sheriff Miller feels the network should let Robertson express his "Christian values".

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December 19th, 2013
06:34 PM ET

"Duck Dynasty" star's comments spark outrage and suspension

Brooke Baldwin sits down with a CNN panel including:  Don Lemon, Marc Lamont Hill, and Ben Ferguson to discuss the "Duck Dynasty" star's controversial remarks on homosexuality and race.

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