A Louisiana state official says crime is out of control in New Orleans. He is now asking the National Guard patrol the city's streets after the recent death of a toddler. Brooke Baldwin talks to Louisiana State Rep. Austin Badon.
It's one of the most secretive governments on earth, and yet documentary filmmaker Shane Smith managed to sneak into North Korea… twice. What he saw and shot there was, in his own words, "totally insane."
Ready or not the holidays are here. Brooke Baldwin explores the Sounds Of The Season with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Fears swirl as longtime ruler Kim Jong Il dies. Brooke Baldwin speaks to an expert who analyzes North Korea.
The investigation into the apparent hazing death of Florida A&M university drum major Robert D. Champion is sending shockwaves through the marching band community. The High School he attended, Southwest Dekalb High School, is one of 21 schools in Dekalb County, Georgia that has suspended all marching band activities after the district says it found "inappropriate activity" at two high schools.
The district has not named the schools and says it needs to ensure programs are safe and positive for students. But parents in the area are furious and say the suspension isn't warranted.
Brooke interviews Keith Sailor, whose son plays the trombone at Southwest Dekalb High School.
On T.J.'s last day at CNN, he and Fredricka Whitfield share a few of their memorable moments together.
We'll miss you, TJ!
CNN's Don Lemon finds out what happened to the "Cornbread Millionaire." That's the goal a Georgia woman set for herself in her quest to buy back her foreclosed home. Like millions of Americans, she's faced more hard times. But she hasn't given up, hoping one day she'll live up to the name she gave herself more than a year and a half ago.
Brooke Baldwin talks to West Valley City, Utah police officer Kevin Peck who comforted a women as she was trapped under a city bus. Officer Peck spoke to the woman and held her hand as other responders worked to free the injured woman.