Brooke speaks with Rich Signoretti, who is one of 10 passengers suing JetBlue following an incident in March in which a pilot experienced a meltdown prior to takeoff. Nobody was harmed during the disturbing event, but those passengers are alleging 'gross misconduct' and seeking damages.
Economist and author Ben Stein joins Brooke to defend his controversial assertion that the International Monetary Fund should intervene in the Greek financial crisis. Stein argues that the Greek financial problems will eventually poison the American financial system as well, and that bailing out Greece could ultimately save the U.S. economy.
After four days of pageantry marking 60 years on the throne for Britain's beloved monarch, Piers Morgan and Brooke Baldwin wrap up and look back on CNN's coverage of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Celebration.
In a follow-up to a heart-breaking case covered last week, Brooke welcomes the cousin and foster mother of Khalil Wimes to the show. Khalil was abused and neglected by his biological parents, a tortuous cycle that eventually ended in his death. But, as Alicia asks, why did the Department of Human Services overlook Khalil's dangerous situation, given the fact that they visited the home muliple times?
Singer and North Carolina native Clay Aiken sounds off on the proposed Amendment 1 to North Carolina's state constitution. As Clay points out, it's not just gay couples that would suffer if the amendment passes; straight domestic partnerships would also be adversely affected.
A Florida library has pulled best seller "Fifty Shades of Grey" from its shelves after deeming it too erotic in nature. But is it smut, or just a little harmless fun? "Mommy in Chief" host and blogger Karyn Parsons goes over the arguments from both sides of the issue.
Radio talk show host Jay Thomas joins Brooke to give his take on North Carolina's Amendment 1, which targets same-sex marriage. Thomas calls the proposal "stupid" and "embarassing", and points out that this amendment could really be about something else.
In the wake of Junior Seau's apparent suicide on Wednesday, Brooke is joined by former NFL player Coy Wire, who played against Seau. Wire talks about the inspiration that Seau provided to those around him, both on and off the field. He also addresses speculation that Seau's suicide could be linked to head injuries suffered as an NFL player, as well as what such findings would mean for the future of pro football.
Emaciated and with "too many scars to count," a 6-year-old boy is dead and his biological parents are being charged. Brooke is joined by Mike Newall of the Philadelphia Inquirer, who has covered the tragic story of Khalil Wimes extensively. Newall describes in detail the abuse that young Khalil endured, including being beaten with books and extension cords. Was this awful story preventable, and what steps could public officials have taken to save Khalil's life?
Brooke is joined by Ryan Bryski, who tells the heartbreaking story of his brother Christopher. As a bright young college student, Christopher sustained fatal injuries in an accidental fall. Throughout a coma that lasted two years, and even in the months after his death, Christopher's bank continued to hound his family for his student loan payments. Listen as Ryan details the heartwrenching ordeal that his family was subjected to, and how an online petition eventually helped to ease their pain.