CNN Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin says an indictment can only be brought against Officer Darren Wilson if the grand jury finds probable cause.
Journalist Leonard Pitts says people are not just fed up over Michael Brown's death but a "toxic stew" has been building in Ferguson and around the country.
Brooke talks with Claire Hajaj, author of 'Ishmael's Orange', who details her life caught between two worlds with a Jewish mother and Palestinian father.
Brooke talks with Pastor John Munro who is a friend of the 2nd Ebola patient Nancy Writebol. Munro says Writebol is making great improvements and her friends and family are excited for the progress.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh discusses Russian and Ukrainian troops both on the move hindering the MH17 crash investigation.
Brooke talks with Principal Liz Dozier about "Chicagoland" featured student Lee McCollum Jr. who was shot walking to work.
Brooke talks with U.N. Relief worker Robert Turner about Israeli strikes on Palestinian schools and shelters and the need for humanitarian relief. Turner says the Israeli forces are aware of the shelter locations and should take better precaution in alerting authorities to evacuate civilians before strikes.
Brooke talks with Global Affairs Analyst Kimberly Dozier about 'Cold War' rumors and if there is any truth behind them.
Brooke talks with CNN's Jim Clancy about a failed four hour cease-fire causing explosions and rockets to quickly resume in Gaza City.
Weather may be the cause of an Air Algérie flight that reportedly crashed in Mali killing over a hundred people. Brooke talks with a panel of experts about recent plane crashes raising the public's fear of flying.