Chicago's Willis tower loses the height debate to the World Trade Center's Tower One.
John Berman talks to panel guests about Bill Clinton's criticism of the president and his promise to the American people regarding Obama care.
A man looking for his abducted cousin broke into a house and shot and killed her kidnapper, authorities said.
Fmr. President of the Motion Picture Association of America Dan Glickman discusses a new film industry study that says PG-13 movies in 2012 were more violent than R-rated movies.
Kyra Phillips continues the gun control debate with Democratic Strategist, Chris Kofinis, and Senior Editor of the Washington Times, Emily Miller. All of this after the Guns & Ammo editor resigns after his gun control column.
Kyra Phillips leads a spirited panel discussion on Obamacare.
A panel of experts including: Dr. Drew Pinsky, Host of HLN’s Dr. Drew on Call, Dr. Gail Saltz, Psychiatrist & Author, Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, Psychiatrist and Director of New York State Psychiatry, and Doris Fuller, Executive Director of Treatment Advocacy Center explore the stigma of mental illness with Brooke Baldwin.
Brooke Baldwin speaks to Lottie Williams, one of the only known people to have been hit by space debris, and CNN's Chad Myers about the risk of large space wreckage landing on planet Earth.
Brooke talks to Arthur Caplan about a deer hunter who was tragically injured and made the decision to end his life support.
Brooke talks to sports editor Dave Zirin about reports that Miami Dolphins' coaches asked player Richie Incognito to "toughen up" a teammate.