Brooke and 2 sports reporters discuss Richard Sherman's post-game rant after Sunday's win and whether it should be the basis on which to judge his character.
Brooke talks to Author Robert Pelton about the hunt for terrorists and the potential threats to next month's Sochi Games.
Russian authorities are on a massive hunt for a "black widow" bomber suspect who has been identified in Sochi.
Brooke talks with Kurt Russell about a Sundance film documenting a ragtag minor league baseball team the Portland Mavericks.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Dr. Sanjay Gupta and former NFL player Coy Wire about the reality tv show, "Friday Night Tykes", which depicts children in extreme sporting situations.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Joe Berlinger, director of the film "Whitey", about the documentary in which the convicted mobster tells his story. The film, produced by CNN Films, debuts Saturday January 18 at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
Michelle Obama is celebrating her 50th birthday and to celebrate, People Magazine gave her a cover spot of their current issue.
But is the First Lady's 5-0 truly a news event? Should the media be talking about it as much as it is?
New York Times Correspondent Jodi Cantor and CNN Commentator Michaela Angela Davis discuss Mrs. Obama and how she has influenced and changed the role of the First Lady.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Army widow and author Artis Henderson about the chaotic situation in Iraq. Henderson calls the rise of Al Qaeda in Iraq "alarming" after losing her husband during the Iraq war.
Brooke Baldwin talks to West Virginia associate professor Eric Waggoner about the water contamination in that state. He calls the chemical company officials "greedheads" who are exploiting lax industrial regulations for monetary gain.
CNN Money's Zain Asher talks to Carol immediately following the announcement that her brother, Chiwetel Ejiofor, was nominated for Best Actor for "12 Years a Slave." Asher said as a child she would often liten to her brother recite Shakespeare in his room.