Brooke Baldwin talks to U.S. Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin's high school swim coach about the 17 year old's bid for Olympic hardware.
Writer Joan Juliet Buck tells Brooke Baldwin that Asma Asssad "duped" her into believing she and her husband were "empowering Syria's youth" just days before the regime began its brutal crackdown.
Journalist Guy Adams' Twitter account is suspended after he criticizes NBC's Olympic coverage.
Rebels seized a military base north of Aleppo gaining stockpiles of weapons and ammunition. Brooke talks with CNN's Ivan Watson who is on the ground in Syria.
The 'Latch on NYC' program will now discourage new moms from using baby formula as well as tracking their formula use. Brooke talks with Catherine Connors of Babble.com who states "whether or not to breastfeed should be any given women's personal choice."
Aurora, Colorado theater suspect, James Holmes, mailed a package to his psychologist prior to the shooting rampage. Many are questioning why the doctor didn't call the cops. Randi Kaye speaks to psychologist Erik Fisher to find out when is it okay for doctors to break the doctor-patient confidentiality.
The Olympics is a time for athletes to represent their countries. And people around the world become patriotic. So you can imagine how furious North Korea was when the wrong flag was hoisted up during an Olympic event. Comedian Bill Santiago weighs in and talks to Randi Kaye.
CNN's Randi Kaye discusses the Olympics holding a moment of silence but not for the 11 athletes killed in Munich.
A photo tradition has helped five men maintain their friendship for 30 years. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talked to one of them to learn why.
After losing his son to synthetic pot, Lance Dyer was inspired to get drugs off the streets and he's found a unique way to get it done. He's taking old mailboxes from the US Postal services and made them into pill/drug drop-off boxes. Brooke talks with Dyer more about why he's doing and finds out just how much he has collected.