CNN's Carol Costello talks about the health warnings from energy drinks.
The New York Daily News Wednesday cover reads ‘Shame on U.S., Assault-weapons bill is dead.’ The paper strongly reacted to the news that a ban on semi-automatic weapons could be dropped from the larger gun-control package. CNN’s Don Lemon and his panel discuss the controversial topic.
When high school senior Jake Davidson invited supermodel Kate Upton to be his prom date via YouTube, the video went viral. Davidson told CNN’s Don Lemon that he is still waiting for a definite answer but Upton was considering his invitation.
Brooke talks with a celebrity panel about the future of pot tourism in Washington state.
Brooke talks with music critics about Justin Timberlake's first new album since 2006, "The 20/20 Experience."
Philadelphia Magazine is under fire after publishing a controversial article titled 'Being White in Philly' that discusses bridging the racial gap. Mayor Michael Nutter is considering asking a city panel to formally rebuke the magazine. Brooke talks with a panel about the magazine’s choice to publish the article.
Three months after the Newtown school shooting a new report says Adam Lanza possessed a list of 500 of the world’s most notorious mass murderers. Police believe he was trying to rack up the greatest number of kills in history targeting an elementary school because there would be little resistance. Brooke talks with a panel about the new findings and the definition of a sociopath.
Filmmaker and activist Michael Moore says releasing the photos of the 20 children massacred in Newtown, Connecticut will be “the day the debate on gun control will come to an end.” CNN’s Don Lemon and his panel discuss Moore’s controversial statement.
According to a new study, having it all isn’t just a struggle for women. The study, conducted by the Pew Research Center, shows that men are nearly as stressed as women in reaching the right work-life balance.
California teacher Terrilynn Monette has been missing for almost two weeks. In an emotional interview her sister, Kandice Enclade, tells CNN’s Brooke Baldwin she believes someone is holding Monette. “I just want my sister back,” said Enclade.