Ebola has claimed at least 49,000 lives and federal health officials say the best way to combat the virus is to send more health workers to the region. However, strict quarantine rules may make some doctors and health officials apprehensive about jumping in to help. Brooke Baldwin speaks with Dr. Phuoc Le about how he feels about quarantines.
New York Times reporter Rukmini Callimachi talks to Brooke Baldwin about her latest report on ISIS. Her piece in the Times documents beatings, torture and agonizing uncertainty suffered by 23 ISIS hostages. Death scenes in the desert, as chilling as they are, represent the culmination of months of brutality.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks to Tod Robberson of the Dallas Morning News, about the death of the first U.S. Ebola patient.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin and CNN Safety Analyst David Soucie discuss the new developments of the MH17 flight that crash.
ESPN anchor Jemele Hill tells Brooke why she's urging a boycott of Floyd Mayweather over his tweets on Ray Rice.
The lawyer who defended both Ray Lewis and Ben Roethlisberger talks with Brooke about whether Ray Rice will play again.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson about what wasn't seen during CNN's interview with three Americans held in North Korea.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with reporter Bret Larson as he reveals the latest in the investigation into who hacked and posted nude pics of female celebrities.
Brooke Baldwin talks to investigator Anthony Lemieux about the psychology behind terrorism.
Brooke Baldwin talks to columnist Tom Rogan about why the British government may feel like they're losing control.