Rolling Stone Magazine just released their Top 500 Albums list... let the debates begin! Brooke speaks with Rolling Stone editor Christian Hoard, who helped put the list together. Hoard fields a few criticisms from skeptical readers and discusses the process by which the controversial list was compiled.
Brooke chats with David Childs, the lead designer of New York's Freedom Tower. Childs discusses the work that has gone into designing and erecting the Freedom Tower, which officially became New York's tallest building Monday at 1,271 feet. The completed tower will eventually become the tallest building in all of the United States at 1,776 feet.
1 in 5 fathers are staying home with their kids. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with stay at home dad Lance Somerfeld.
The Soul Queen of New Orleans Irma Thomas opens up to CNN's Fredricka Whitfield about how much gospel music means to her.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield caught up with musician Tab Benoit at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. They talked about mixing Cajun music with activism. He, and other musicians, are trying to save the Louisiana coastline.
Teen Phylicia Barnes was found dead a year ago. But this week, a man is arrested for her murder. A man very close to her family. Don Lemon talks to Criminal Defense Attorney Holly Hughes.
The number of interracial couples in this country jumped a whopping 28% in the last decade. CNN's Don Lemon speaks with Dr. Wendy Walsh about this change, while CNN producers head to the streets (or, rather, the CNN Atrium food court) to get people's first-hand accounts about their experiences being in interracial relationships... and others who remember a time when couples like this were considered by many to be "wrong."
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield sits down with Professor Muhammad Yunus. The so-called “Banker to the Poor” won the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, based on his concept that credit is a fundamental human right. He talked about microloans and social business.