Brooke talks to the man who rescued a woman from a fiery crash in Texas. He shares what it was like to bring the woman to safety, and says his training in the National Guard really “came in handy.”
In her new book, "Off Balance," Olympic gymnast Dominique Moceanu reveals a dark past hidden behind the gold-medal success. She tells Brooke about her struggles with abuse, and even shares a shocking discovery about her family.
Brooke talks with Alanis Morissette about "attachment parenting," which Morissette sees as a "great foundation to offer your child." The singer also shares the story behind the name of her upcoming album, Havoc and Bright Lights.
Most people first heard of Chairlift in an Apple iPod commercial, but so much has happened to the electro-pop band since then. They went from a trio to a duo. They signed onto major festivals like Lollapalooza this summer. And they took a giant creative leap forward with their sophomore album. Pretty impressive, for a band that started almost by accident.
Alex Pasquarello of Jetsetter.com breaks down how to get to Machu Picchu/Cuzco, what to do and where to stay.
Jessica Colotl, who arrived in the US illegally at age 11 and has now graduated from college, says she hopes to benefit from Obama's new immigration policy.
More on Jessica's story: http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/05/03/georgia.undocumented.student/index.html?iref=allsearch.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Buzz Bissinger discusses with Fredricka Whitfield the subject of his newest book, Father's Day - how he bonded with his son Zach, a savant, on a road trip.
Our behind-the-scenes video we call the #WeekWindDown is back! Watch as we shoot a pre-tape for the show featuring a special guest appearance by Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
Watch all of Fredricka's face to face interviews with singer/actor Tim McGraw:
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