Brooke talks with Principal Liz Dozier about "Chicagoland" featured student Lee McCollum Jr. who was shot walking to work.
Brooke talks with U.N. Relief worker Robert Turner about Israeli strikes on Palestinian schools and shelters and the need for humanitarian relief. Turner says the Israeli forces are aware of the shelter locations and should take better precaution in alerting authorities to evacuate civilians before strikes.
Brooke talks with Global Affairs Analyst Kimberly Dozier about 'Cold War' rumors and if there is any truth behind them.
Brooke talks with CNN's Jim Clancy about a failed four hour cease-fire causing explosions and rockets to quickly resume in Gaza City.
Intense criticism over John Kerry's latest cease-fire plan. He's really hearing it from U.S. ally Israel. "Kerry ruined everything." That's from an Israeli columnist writing yesterday about the Secretary's standing a cease-fire plan. Brooke Baldwin talks to Washington Post's David Ignatius about Kerry's latest bid to secure a cease-fire with Hamas.
So how does the most powerful man in Russia start his work day? Well, he begins with hours of swimming and lifting weights. Followed by reading the gossip columns. Oh! And not to forget- two baths! One hot, one cold. Then President Vladimir Putin is ready to take on his day. But wait! There's more coming from a recent Newsweek article titled: "Behind the Scenes in Putin's Court: The Private Habits of Latter-Day Dictator." The article peels back the curtain on Putin's inner circle. Brooke Baldwin talks with writer Ben Judah who gives gets the inside scoop on President Vladimir Putin's private habits.
Supporters of Israel are coming together for a show of solidarity in Washington. Susan Rice, the U.S. National Security Adviser, as well as House Speaker John Boehner were among those in attendance at this event put together by a group called the "National Leadership Assembly for Israel." As often the case, the United States is right in the middle of all things Middle East. Brooke Baldwin talks with Crossfire Host Newt Gingrich and journalist Peter Beinart about the United States' role in this crisis.
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.