Brooke Baldwin jets down to the Big Easy for her first Mardi Gras experience. Brooke recounts her grandmother's history with the celebration and talks to guests about preparing for the festivities.
Brooke Baldwin talks to author Boyce Watkins about President Obama's 'My Brother's Keeper' initiative and why he says advocacy for black males should go beyond a charitable cause.
Brooke Baldwin talks to professor of nutrition Barry Popkin about proposed changes to nutritional labels on food items. The initiative is one of First Lady Michelle Obama's greatest causes as she strives for action on America's escalating obesity crisis. The professor tells Brooke there is a simpler way, however, to identify healthy foods.
The technology of genetic engineering has now reached the point where expectant parents may be able to replace a baby's bad genes with good ones in the laboratory. CNN's Brooke Baldwin says the possibilities are tremendously exciting, but a little bit frightening at the same time. Proponents say we can build better babies. Critics fear we might end up "playing God". Brooke discusses the future of so-called "designer babies" with two experts in the field – Jeremy Gruber and Dr. Alan Copperman.
A contestant shakes up the game show "Jeopardy!" with his unconventional strategy. Arthur Chu has been branded a villain in social media, but he's making money on the show. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with the biggest money winner ever to play the game about whether Chu is a champion or a villain.
Brooke talks with CNN Crossfire Host Newt Gingrich on his Twitter comments stating Secretary of State John Kerry should resign.
Brooke talks with Fareed Zakaria about President Obama's comments stating there will be consequences if Ukraine steps over the line.
A young woman facing murder charges now claims to be a serial killer. Police are taking accused Craigslist killer Miranda Barber's claims seriously, but doubters are also speaking up. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with criminologist Jack Levin about whether or not Barber is believable.
A Kentucky pastor who starred in a reality show about snake-handling in church has died - by snakebite. Jamie Coots died Saturday after refusing treatment. CNN's Brooke Baldwin discusses his ironic death with the director of a documentary on Pentecostal beliefs in Appalachia and the co-editor of CNN's Belief Blog.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with fellow anchor Carol Costello about the response to Carol's recently published opinion piece "What's wrong with a girlie man?". Carol believes people casually denigrate the power of women. She says there is nothing weak about girlishness or femininity and asks why we don't say "woman up" instead of "man up".