Retired General Daniel Bolger tells us about the mistakes he made in Iraq and Afghanistan.
CNN’s Brianna Keilar speaks to a panel about an announcement that New York City will change its policy on possession of small amounts of marijuana, allowing police officers to have the option of writing offenders a ticket instead of taking them into custody, city officials say.
CNN’s Brianna Keilar speaks to the owner of Metro Shooting Supplies about the rise in gun sales after the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown. Owner Steven King says he is also seeing a rise in gun sales as the grand jury prepares to make a decision on whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting.
If the Democratic party had pushed a rebounding economy harder during the midterm elections, would it have made a difference? Brooke gets an answer from the GOP perspective when she talks with Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman.
Some Navy SEALS say proclaimed Bin Laden shooter Rob O'Neill made himself a target by outing himself. Brooke talks to National Security and Washington Post reporter Joby Warrick about what he thinks.
Brooke talks to Oklahoma Republican Senator-Elect James Lankford about the new GOP agenda and plans to repeal Obamacare.
Taylor Swift's latest release is setting sales records even after she split with popular streaming service Spotify. Brooke shows us why the music industry is taking note, and sits down with Grammy winner Maria Schneider, who shares her thoughts on the matter.
What will President Obama say about voters handing control of the Senate to Republicans? CNN's Wolf Blitzer speaks to former Obama press secretary Jay Carney about working with the next Senate majority leader, Kentucky Republican Senator Mitch McConnell.
Brooke Baldwin talks to a panel about how Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton campaigns in 18-states.
It's a cause and effect we see every election season. Candidates under pressure running over-the-top political ads. But some critics say one tactic used by democrats crosses the line. Political activists are using the police shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Brooke Baldwin talks to a panel to weigh in. Is this fair politics, or race baiting?