Esquire Magazine's Stephen Marche and Brooke Baldwin discuss Woody Allen's movies in light of renewed focus on allegations of sexual abuse.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Dr. Walter Curran of Emory University about a World Health Organization report that predicts cancer rates are going to spike around the world.
Social worker Jeff Deeney talks to Brooke Baldwin about how heroin addicts never know what they are really purchasing, and how some may seek out a brand rumored to have killed Philip Seymour Hoffman.
With little to discuss from the game itself (a rout from the first play) Brooke Baldwin and her panel take on everything else: the half time show, the ads and a peculiar fashion choice.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin and Hala Gorani discuss the threats facing the Sochi Olympics and what Russia is doing to counter them.
Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen and Brooke Baldwin discuss tragic case of a 13 year old girl in California who went in for a tonsillectomy and ended up brain dead from complications. Though doctors have pronounced her deceased, her family fights to keep her on life support.
Richard Bartrem of Canadian Airline West Jet talks to Brooke Baldwin about his company's viral ad featuring a virtual Santa who turns out to be pretty real.
Marion Stokes made it her life's work to amass a news archive. Brooke Baldwin talks to her son about her collection and what will happen to it.
Melissa Etheridge drops by to tell Brooke Baldwin that it's important for gay artists to show up and speak out in places like Russia rather than boycott. She also sings.
Brooke Baldwin talks to law enforcement expert Mike Brooks and CNN correspondent Ted Rowlands about case of an Indiana man who was shot while answering a Craigslist ad claiming to sell an iPad.