Political analyst David Gergen talks about how Congress and the presidency could be affected once the votes are counted.
Brooke talks with the CDC guard who was fired for having a firearm during an encounter with President Obama. His lawyer says he was wrongly fired and is seeking justice, demanding that the guard be given his job back.
Kieran Kesner is an American photographer who was in Liberia documenting the Ebola outbreak. Kesner tells CNN's Brooke Baldwin that what he saw in Liberia was heartbreaking and "pretty scary."
Brittany Maynard who had planned to end her life with a lethal prescription says she might delay her suicide. On a newly-released video, Maynard says she is feeling better. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks to Patty Rosen, a mother whose daughter died from assisted suicide, 28 years ago to date.
Imelda Raras has been living in the same home for the past 33 years but now flowing lava may force her out. This Hawaiian resident tells CNN's Brooke Baldwin that she is frightened and risks losing everything, except a few photo albums and other important personal documents.
They were hoping to see their very special science project go into space but four middle-school students from Long Branch, New Jersey, saw their homework go up in flames when an unmanned rocket exploded Tuesday night over Virginia. CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks to the sixth-graders are struggling to make sense of this rocket explosion.
Ebola has claimed at least 49,000 lives and federal health officials say the best way to combat the virus is to send more health workers to the region. However, strict quarantine rules may make some doctors and health officials apprehensive about jumping in to help. Brooke Baldwin speaks with Dr. Phuoc Le about how he feels about quarantines.
New York Times reporter Rukmini Callimachi talks to Brooke Baldwin about her latest report on ISIS. Her piece in the Times documents beatings, torture and agonizing uncertainty suffered by 23 ISIS hostages. Death scenes in the desert, as chilling as they are, represent the culmination of months of brutality.
Jery Holston, the father of two school children who were inside Washington state's Marysville-Pilchuck High School, describes to CNN's Brooke Baldwin the chaos inside the cafeteria as well as his agony, following Friday's school shooting. Quoting his son who was still inside the school, Jery Holston says the shooter was apparently a "nice kid."
Following the discovery of a 19-year-old female found dead in a motel room in Hammond, Police departments across Indiana are expanding their search areas as seven more bodies were all found within just a few miles of each other. Forensic psychiatrist Helen Morrison spoke to CNN’s Brooke Baldwin about the suspect Darren Deon Vann, who is now charged in the death of Afrikka Hardy.