On the 50th anniversary of JKF's assassination, CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks to Kate Griendling, "Capturing Oswald" filmmaker and Jim Leavelle, former Dallas Homcide detective who has handcuffed to Lee Harvey Oswald when he was shot.
One of the few known living witnesses to President Kennedy’s assassination, Toni Glover, came on the show to share her memories of that fateful day with Brooke. She explains why she wanted to go down and see the President that day and how the assassination affected her.
Medal of Freedom Honoree, Gloria Steinem, talked to Brooke about the ceremony today at the White House. Watch to hear why she says this is so meaningful to her and the work she’s championed over the years.
“Gotham City” had an extra set of hands fighting crime as Miles Scott got his wish to fight alongside of Batman. CNN’s Dan Simon came on the show and reported live from the festivities.
Two of CNN's experts came on the show to discuss this case out of Ohio of an adopted boy being returned to child services.
Steven Davis, the brother of an alleged James "Whitey" Bulger victim, says he is frustrated that the accused didn't speak to anyone following his sentencing and calls him a "glorified, gangster rat."
CNN's John Zarrella reports from Dunedin, Florida where a mammoth sinkhole has caused the collapse of one home and has forced the evacuation of others.
Obamacare enrollment numbers came out today, showing approximately 106,000 people signed up for insurance.
Councilman Doug Ford defends his brother, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who admitted he has purchased and smoked crack.