The father accused of letting his son die in a hot car received applause after calling in to the boy's funeral. CNN's Nick Valencia and Joey Jackson discuss the latest details with Brooke Baldwin.
CNN's Jim Sciutto talks to Brooke Baldwin about reports that the U.S. may beef-up airport security measures due to advances in al Qaeda technology.
Alysia Montano told Fredricka Whitfield why it was important to her to run the 800 meter race, despite being eight months pregnant.
Fredricka Whitfield and Mo Ivory discuss the new details that have emerged in the case of the Georgia dad who has been charged for the death of his son who was left in a hot car for hours. The dad's computer searches which include "How long it takes animals to die in hot cars", are raising more legal concerns.
Richard Herman explains the rights a California nanny holds when battling the family who fired her. She is now refusing to move out of the home and is on the Vexatious Litigant list and could actually sue her former employers, the Bracamonte family.
Rick Springfield spoke to Fredricka Whitfield about his first novel, Magnificent Vibration and what brought on the new adventure for the famous Rock n' Roll star.
A California family says they are forced to live with the nanny they fired weeks ago after a judge ruled in her favor.
Runner Alysia Montano was eight months pregnant when she competed in a U.S. track and field championship 800-meter race. She talks to CNN's Brooke Baldwin about the experience.
Brooke Baldwin talks to CNN Political Analyst John Avlon about the results in the Mississippi Republican primary. They discuss if Sen. Thad Cochran's efforts to defeat tea party challenger Chris McDaniel could be duplicated by other GOP veterans.
William Saletan, National Correspondent for Slate, came on the show and talked to Brooke about the column he wrote on the “rules” of terrorism. Listen to hear what rules he says were enforced by Osama Bin Laden himself.