Brooke talks to the Boston Globe's Milton Valencia, who brings us up to speed on an unsolved art heist dating back to 1990, and a possible break in the case as federal agents search a reputed mobster's home in Connecticut.
Brooke talks to gay marriage opponent Rev. Tony Evans of the Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship about President Obama's announcement of support for same-sex marriage. Evans says that decision might cost the president African-American votes in the November election.
Brooke talks to Robert Faturechi of the LA Times about his article detailing an internal investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department into a secret clique within one of its elite gang enforcement units.
The so-called "Jump Out Boys" are said to have matching gun-toting skull tattoos which are then modified to depict a smoking gun when a member is involved in a shooting. While there is no evidence of improper shootings or misconduct by the deputies, the department is looking into whether any department rules were violated.
Brooke talks to 80's sitcom star Tracey Gold about her past battle with anorexia, and her new reality show aimed at helping others beat eating disorders.
On today's #MusicMonday, Brooke talks to Cyndi Lauper, who reveals a different side of her on her new album 'Memphis Blues'.
Brooke talks to family dynamic expert Stacey DeBroff about bridging the technology gap at the Thanksgiving dinner table.
Brooke talks to Republican Presidential Candidate Jon Huntsman about foreign policy and previews Tuesday night's debate.
Today's #MusicMonday features Brooke's interview with British singer-songwriter Alexi Murdoch
Brooke talks to a terror expert about an international hacker group's threat to publish names of people linked to the Mexican drug cartel "Los Zetas". The cartel has responded by hiring hackers of its own to try to hunt down the members of the group "Anonymous".