A former Delta Airlines employee allegedly smuggled 153 guns in 20 U.S. domestic flights for the past 7 months. Brooklyn District Attorney, Ken Thompson, broke the news to the media and he speaks with CNN's Brooke Baldwin.
Married after her first month of cancer diagnosis, doctors thought a 25-year-old woman was fatally ill. But following a surprise wedding, there was an even bigger surprise: improving health. CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with Liza Heaton and her husband, Wyatt Heaton of Louisiana, about their journey through hardship and now hope.
A music group representing 40 artists is threatening YouTube with a $1B lawsuit over performance rights. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks to a singer from the band "Cracker" about the possible lawsuit.
Are satire films a dying genre? CNN's Brooke Baldwin asks a long time movie critic in a post Sony hacking world.
In a recent interview, George Clooney said Hollywood refused to defend Sony Pictures amid the hacking attack. Brooke talks with the man who interviewed him, Mike Fleming.
Did World Underestimate North Korea? CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with Jim Walsh, a research associate with MIT's Security Studies Program about the secret "Bureau 121" and North Korea's capabilities in cyberterror.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with New York Magazine's film critic, David Edelstein, about whether Sony hacking is going to affect future films.
Brooke and Author Stephen Kimber discuss the Cuba-U.S. prisoner swap including humanitarian aid worker Alan Gross.
Brooke talks with Journalist Kurt Loder about Sony's new movie "The Interview" being pulled by theaters one week before release due to hacker threats.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill about a deadly terror attack at a school in Pakistan.