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April 24th, 2012
04:03 PM ET

Student loan interest rates to rise

Brooke Baldwin talks to a University of North Carolina senior about student loan interest rates which will double this Summer unless legistaion is passed to extend the 2007 College Cost and Reduction Act. Domonique Garland tells Brooke that she and her sister rely on student loans and keeping student loan interest rates down is the only way she can fulfill her dream of becoming a teacher.

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April 24th, 2012
02:29 PM ET

A very different "Streetcar"

CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Nicole Ari Parker about her performance in"A Street Car Named Desire"

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April 24th, 2012
07:05 AM ET

"Think like a man" wins box office

CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Michael Ealy about his new film, "Think like a man"

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April 23rd, 2012
05:02 PM ET

Catching up with Dolly

For decades, Dolly Parton has been entertaining folks with movies, books, even a theme park. But, in her own mind, it’s her music that means everything.  On this week’s Music Monday, the country music legends talks with Brooke about her lasting success as a cultural icon.

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April 23rd, 2012
08:52 AM ET

Dolphin Death Mystery

Nearly 900 dolphins found dead in Peru and scientists cannot explain the reason why. Sue Rocca, a marine biologist from the Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society, weighs in on dolphin mystery with Fredricka Whitfield.

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April 23rd, 2012
08:41 AM ET

Cheap Trick performs for Earth Day Rally in DC

CNN's Fredricka Whitfield rocks out with Cheap Trick before they hit the stage for the Earth Day Rally in Washington D.C.

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April 22nd, 2012
02:30 PM ET

Drinking on the job

Drinking on the job is typically looked down upon right? Martinis at lunch – a little bourbon with clients. It sounds more like a scene for the AMC show Mad Men. And you bet this includes plenty of drinking on the job. But is 2012 shaping up to look more like 1962?
And – are young women losing their right to be mothers? I talk to Human Behavior Expert Dr. Wendy Walsh.

Filed under: Anchors • CNN Newsroom • Don Lemon
April 21st, 2012
02:37 PM ET

What should become of "stand your ground" laws?

It's one of the big questions coming out of the Trayvon Martin case: What should become of "stand your ground" laws? Florida has taken a step toward answering that. The state has appointed a task force tackle the question. Read our story here.
Wondering who's on the task force? Here's the list.
The group of 17 will hold meetings across the state to hear from residents. Expect some passionate testimony and debates.
Want to read the language in the law? Here it is.
Wondering if you live in a "stand your ground" state? My colleague at has put together this terrific interactive piece linking to gun laws in every state.
What do you think should become of these laws?
As we note in our coverage, it's unclear how the law may ultimately play out in the Trayvon Martin case. But the case has put the law - and ones like it in other states - under the national microscope. Share your thoughts below or send us an iReport!

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April 20th, 2012
09:42 PM ET

#WeekWindDown April 20, 2012

In this behind-the-scenes video, watch how we film the "supertease" and Brooke answers your Twitter questions.

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April 20th, 2012
06:50 PM ET

Protecting Hollywood’s young performers

You know him as “Willis” from the sitcom “Diff’rent Strokes.”  Now, Todd Bridges is speaking out against child sexual abuse and in support of a new bill that would get tough on anyone with unsupervised access to child performers. He shares his own struggle with abuse and tells Brooke that he hopes by telling his story he can prevent others from going through what he did.

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