Some residents of Ft. Worth, Texas are concerned about the practice of fracking under cemeteries. Brooke speaks with Don Young, a Ft. Worth resident who calls the practice 'immoral' and is worried he may have exhume and move his father's body.
President Obama has quietly issued an executive order that, in a state of emergency, prioritizes government communication over civilian. Brooke speaks with Amie Stepanovich of the Electronic Privacy Information Center about this new executive order and how she feels President Obama's promises of government transparency have not filtered down from the White House.
Brooke talks to Tom Junod, writer for Esquire Magazine, about his highly critical article about President Obama's drone strike program. Junod describes Pres. Obama’s presidency as “lethal.” He tells Brooke why he wrote the article and the work that went into it.
Brooke talks to Tony Dokoupil, Senior Writer for Newsweek and the Daily Beast, about his article on the pressure of staying connected. Dokoupil’s Newsweek article asks, “Is the web driving us mad?” He tells Brooke that one expert told him the computer is like cocaine for some people.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with former GOP prodigy, Jonathan Krohn about his switch from the right to the left.
65 may no longer be the magic number when it comes to retirement. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux has more.
The American Red Cross currently bans gay men from donating blood. It was put in place in the 1980s when the AIDS epidemic stunned the country. Now, Congressman Mike Quigley tell Randi Kaye he wants this restriction to end.
Financial planner tells Randi Kaye how to get the most of your money when it comes to your retirement plan.
Two teens tell Randi Kaye why they believe teen magazines should stop using Photoshop to alter images on its pages.