The St. Louis-area clergy have played a prominent role in Ferguson, Missouri. They have been a voice for the community, but they have also tried to keep residents calm and lawful. Anderson Cooper speaks to Bishop Harry Jackson Jr. and Bishop Raphael Green about the grand jury decision.
Malik Aziz of the National Black Police Association talks about a fear for safety some Ferguson police families feel. Find out how they're dealing with it as a verdict for Officer Darren Wilson is just around the corner.
Reputation.com Vice Chairman Howard Bragman says that Cosby is better staying silent about rape allegations. Hear the reasoning behind his statement.
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.
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?
Political analyst David Gergen talks about how Congress and the presidency could be affected once the votes are counted.