CNN’s Brooke Baldwin discusses the issues of trust, transparency and recruitment of police officers and minority prosecutors across the country with Jelani Cobb, NewYorker.com’s Contributor and Craig Watkins from the Dallas County District Attorney’s office.
CNN Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin says an indictment can only be brought against Officer Darren Wilson if the grand jury finds probable cause.
Defense Attorney Mark O'Mara explains why eyewitness' accounts are not always credible.
Journalist Leonard Pitts says people are not just fed up over Michael Brown's death but a "toxic stew" has been building in Ferguson and around the country.
Fredricka Whitfield spoke with a teacher of Michael Brown who paints a picture of the "Gentle Giant" and his demeanor as a student.
Tom Fuentes explained the process of the FBI investigation into the case of what happened the day Michael Brown died and how the FBI should be looking at the case.
In a passionate discussion with Fredricka Whitfield, Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed expressed her views on the Ferguson Police Chief and the St. Louis County Prosecutor. She feels as though it is time for Chief Jackson to resign.
Brooke Baldwin talks to CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill and Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter about the shooting.
One of the major issues reportedly driving the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri is lack of transparency from the police department.
The anonymity of the officer who shot and killed 18-year old Michael Brown is fueling anger and distrust among the community. Former officer David Klinger talks to Brooke Baldwin about the process involved in this investigation.
An ITN reporter on the ground in Iraq talks with Brooke about the evacuation of Iraqi civilians on the run from ISIS.