The death of a 13-year-old boy by Auto-Erotic Asphyxiation drives his father, Ed DeJesus, to advocate awareness of the deadly practice.
Actor Samuel L. Jackson has some public relations advice for President Obama. Don Lemon talks to panel guests about Obama's image and perceptions regarding his use of language.
After a wedding was suddenly canceled, the bride's family invited 200 homeless people to the reception.
Brooke talks with Paul Oliver's former coach Bruce Cobleigh about Oliver's football career.
Union High School football coach Matt Labrum suspended his entire team over their behavior off the field and online. But now he's giving them a chance to earn back the privilege of playing. Brooke Baldwin talks to the school's athletic director, Vice Principal Mike Ross about the decision.
Senator Cruz's epic performance on the Senate floor: was it a real stand for a policy? Political theater? A fundraising gimmick? CNN Contributor Ben Ferguson and Citizen Jane Politics writer Patricia Murphy tell Brooke Baldwin what they think.
The new president of Iran's charm offensive stands in contrast to his predecessor's confrontational stance with the west. Time's Michael Crowley and former defense official Frank Gaffney puzzle the question with Brooke Baldwin: Is Hassan Rouhani genuine, or is Iran in Gaffney's metaphor "Lucy with the football'?
How could Americans be recruited to join a terrorist organization in the horn of Africa? Brooke Baldwin talks to a man who knows. Abdirizak Bihi is a Somali community leader in Minneapolis and his nephew joined Al-Shabaab several years ago.
New York City Police commissioner Ray Kelly talks to Brooke Baldwin about how to prevent terrorist attacks against soft targets, like the massacre at the mall in Kenya.
Once again, Chicago is in the spotlight over gun violence. Brooke speaks to a mother and activist who lost her son in a separate Chicago shooting. Listen to hear what she says needs to be done.