With new album "Looking For Myself" topping the charts, raising two sons, and being the mentor to Justin Bieber, R&B singer Usher has still found time to mentor the future moguls of generation next. His foundation "New Look" gives aspiring youth a fresh perspective on business through a hands on experience with Atlanta's fortune 500 companies, and a leadership conference. Brooke Baldwin talks with Usher Raymond and "mogul-in-training", Tommy Springer Jr.
Max Sidorov decided to take action after viewing the viral video of elderly bus monitor Karen Klein being bullied by several students during her bus route. Sidorov set up a vacation account where well-wishers could deposit cash for a future vacation for Klein–within the first 24 hours, donations reached over $330 thousand dollars.
In video tapes posted by his defense, George Zimmerman re-enacts the events that lead to Trayvon Martin's death. Brooke speaks with criminal defense attorney Mark Nejame about the credibility of the content in the tapes and with CNN correspondent George Howell about how Trayvon's family is dealing with the new evidence.