Brooke talks to the Boston Globe's Milton Valencia, who brings us up to speed on an unsolved art heist dating back to 1990, and a possible break in the case as federal agents search a reputed mobster's home in Connecticut.
Brooke talks to gay marriage opponent Rev. Tony Evans of the Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship about President Obama's announcement of support for same-sex marriage. Evans says that decision might cost the president African-American votes in the November election.
Brooke talks to Robert Faturechi of the LA Times about his article detailing an internal investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department into a secret clique within one of its elite gang enforcement units.
The so-called "Jump Out Boys" are said to have matching gun-toting skull tattoos which are then modified to depict a smoking gun when a member is involved in a shooting. While there is no evidence of improper shootings or misconduct by the deputies, the department is looking into whether any department rules were violated.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Wanda Sykes about President Obama's stance on same-sex marriage.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Re. Ralph Martino about President Obama's stance on gay marriage
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Dean Obeidallah about Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie "The Dictator"