Brooke Baldwin talks to professor of nutrition Barry Popkin about proposed changes to nutritional labels on food items. The initiative is one of First Lady Michelle Obama's greatest causes as she strives for action on America's escalating obesity crisis. The professor tells Brooke there is a simpler way, however, to identify healthy foods.
A contestant shakes up the game show "Jeopardy!" with his unconventional strategy. Arthur Chu has been branded a villain in social media, but he's making money on the show. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with the biggest money winner ever to play the game about whether Chu is a champion or a villain.
Brooke talks with Kurt Russell about a Sundance film documenting a ragtag minor league baseball team the Portland Mavericks.
Brooke Baldwin talks to guests about Jane Seymour as a bikini cover girl, and the living habits that keep her looking young and fit!
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks to a Georgia sheriff who told A&E the network's video crews are not welcome in his county. Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller says A&E should not punish Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" for his belief in the bible. Sheriff Miller feels the network should let Robertson express his "Christian values".
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.
Experienced skydiver Greg Stapleton came on the show to discuss the plane collision over Superior, Wisconsin.
Actor Samuel L. Jackson has some public relations advice for President Obama. Don Lemon talks to panel guests about Obama's image and perceptions regarding his use of language.
Brooke talks to former NFL player Brian Holloway about the teenagers who vandalized his home while throwing a party. Listen to hear why he actually wants to help those responsible for the damage.
Stars testify in favor of legislation limiting photographers' ability to encroach upon celebrities' lives and the lives of their children.