Brooke talks with Vanity Fair editor Krista Smith about Angelina Jolie's public announcement and the message she is sending to women.
Psychologist David Swanson discusses the long road of emotional healing the three missing Cleveland women might endure.
Ariel Castro's bandmate Tito DeJesus discusses their 20-year-long friendship.
Almost 70 former LAPD officers are requesting a review of their firings. Some say claims by Christopher Dorner are true.
A second child dies in a family, and the parents say they shun doctors and choose prayer over medicine. Brooke talks with Mike Newall of The Philadelphia Inquirer and criminal defense attorney Midwin Charles about what will happen next in this unusual case.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with two amputees helping victims of the Boston Marathon bombings cope with their lost limbs.
Kevin Curtis's attorney Christy McCoy gives an update on his release from custody and stands by his innocence.
Brooke talks with Cassie Taylor who plans to symbolically finish the Boston Marathon to raise money for the Family Reach Foundation.
Brooke Baldwin visits a memorial site near the finish line of the Boston Marathon where visitors are coming to bring flowers and gifts in memory of those who fell victim.
A group of 12 office workers shared their lottery winnings with a new employee who was not part of the pool. Brooke talks with office lottery winner Laurie Finkelstein Reader and Jennifer Maldonado who was given a share of the winnings.