The execution of a convicted murderer in Arizona has ignited a firestorm over the kinds of drugs used in lethal injections. Joseph Woods was given a new, lethal drug cocktail that took much longer to work than expected. Two hours passed before he expired yesterday. The execution set off a round of criticism on both sides of the death penalty debate. Was this cruel and unusual punishment? Brooke Baldwin talks to the Jeanne Brown- the daughter and sister of Woods' victims.
Weather may be the cause of an Air Algérie flight that reportedly crashed in Mali killing over a hundred people. Brooke talks with a panel of experts about recent plane crashes raising the public's fear of flying.
Brooke talks with CNN Global Affairs Analyst Kimberly Dozier about whether terrorists are inspired by the MH17 downing.
Brooke Baldwin talks with the former President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, on how the west should respond to Russia's interference in Ukraine. He speaks about his own experience with Russian President Vladimir Putin and why he thinks Russia is corrupt.
An anonymous military veteran gifted his purple heart to the 12-year-old 'Slender Man' victim who was stabbed 19 times by her 2 friends.
Six minutes a day to use the bathroom at work? According to a union, that's the rule at a Chicago faucet company. So the union filed a complaint. They're saying the company unfairly disciplined 19 workers in June for "excessive use" of bathrooms. The company says the policy is in place because some employees were spending way too much time in bathrooms and not enough time on the manufacturing line. So the company decided to install swipe card systems on the bathrooms last winter. They even have a rewards system...20-dollar gift cards to workers who don't use the bathroom at all during the work day.
Brooke discusses Leanna Harris who is at the center of controversy after her husband Justin Harris was charged with felony murder for leaving their son Conner who died in a hot car.
CNN's Don Lemon talks with Expeditions Logistics Specialist Christine Dennison about underwater expeditions that show close up photos of World War II shipwrecks.
Jose Vargas, Pulitzer Prize winner and creator of CNN film "Documented" was detained in Texas after entering the airport. Undocumented youth worker and friend to Vargas, Tania Chavez, talks with CNN's Don Lemon about the border crisis and possible release of Vargas.