Imelda Raras has been living in the same home for the past 33 years but now flowing lava may force her out. This Hawaiian resident tells CNN's Brooke Baldwin that she is frightened and risks losing everything, except a few photo albums and other important personal documents.
They were hoping to see their very special science project go into space but four middle-school students from Long Branch, New Jersey, saw their homework go up in flames when an unmanned rocket exploded Tuesday night over Virginia. CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks to the sixth-graders are struggling to make sense of this rocket explosion.
Jery Holston, the father of two school children who were inside Washington state's Marysville-Pilchuck High School, describes to CNN's Brooke Baldwin the chaos inside the cafeteria as well as his agony, following Friday's school shooting. Quoting his son who was still inside the school, Jery Holston says the shooter was apparently a "nice kid."
CNN's Brooke Baldwin spoke with Dr. Amar Safdar, associate professor of infectious disease and immunology at NYU Langone Medical Center about the chances of Ebola spreading in the United States. Dr. Amar Safdar says "we live in an era of universal precaution", which makes it easier to contain any infectious disease like Ebola.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin discusses with John Tomlinson, Fmr. Deputy Asst. Director of Secret Service, the latest White House security breaches.
They came from many Arab countries like Turkey, Syria and Iran and have joined the Peshmerga forces. CNN’s Brooke Baldwin spoke with Mohammed Salih, a journalist based in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan, about the women who are fighting ISIS or the Islamic State.
As U.S. ramps up its fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, CNN’s Brooke Baldwin remembers those who are still making the highest sacrifices. On Tuesday, two more Americans, Army Major Michael Donahue and Stephen Byus, lost their lives in Afghanistan.