The fallout from Rush Limbaugh's controversial comments continues as more advertisers have dropped his radio program from their lineup. Brooke talks with Howard Kurtz about what this could mean for the Limbaugh brand.
Clay and Shauna Sauer lost their daughter to a texting and driving accident in January. Now, they are speaking out and talk with Brooke about what they hope to accomplish by telling their story.
Ahead of Thursday's debate in Jacksonville, political blogger Nate Silver joins Brooke to discuss the GOP race. Silver explains why he thinks this debate could be the most important of the entire campaign.
Country music legend Dolly Parton talks with Brooke about her latest business venture and which celebrity she's still hoping to work with some day.
Michael Hastings, whose 2010 Rolling Stone article forced Stanley McChrystal to resign, talks to Brooke about his new book that expands on the downfall of the general.
ESPN says Patriots’ Bill O’Brien is reportedly taking the job of Penn State’s new head coach. Don Lemon talks to Sport Illustrated’s Jon Wertheim about what he brings to the table and what this could mean for the football program.
From “Why Don’t They Like Me?” to “So You Like Me Now?” Don Lemon talks with Michael Scherer about Time Magazine's latest cover story with Mitt Romney.
In today's edition of Political Pop, Joe Johns talks to Brooke about Rick Santorum's new "Pop Up Video" style campaign ad, and an HBO movie that focuses on the 2008 presidential election.
Ahead of this weekend's all star tribute, Brooke talks with Kareen Wynter, who is joined by one of the Top 10 CNN Heroes of 2011, Bruno Serato.
Technology expert Katie Linendoll joins Brooke to show off some of this year's hottest tech gifts for the holiday.