Shortly after the Ferguson grand jury decision was announced, President Obama addressed the nation. He spoke about the need for peace and restraint. While the president was making these comments the situation in Ferguson turned violent.
Brooke Baldwin speaks to Global Grind Editor-in-Chief Michael Skolnik, as well as private investigator Rashid Abdul-Salaam about the timing of the announcement.
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.
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.
Brooke talks with the CDC guard who was fired for having a firearm during an encounter with President Obama. His lawyer says he was wrongly fired and is seeking justice, demanding that the guard be given his job back.
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.
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.
Brooke Baldwin talks with Chairman of the National Black Police Association Malik Aziz about rebuilding trust in Ferguson.