CNN’s Brianna Keilar speaks to a panel about an announcement that New York City will change its policy on possession of small amounts of marijuana, allowing police officers to have the option of writing offenders a ticket instead of taking them into custody, city officials say.
CNN’s Brianna Keilar speaks to the owner of Metro Shooting Supplies about the rise in gun sales after the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown. Owner Steven King says he is also seeing a rise in gun sales as the grand jury prepares to make a decision on whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting.
Brooke talks to meteorologist Chad Myers about the destruction Superstorm Sandy caused on the New Jersey shoreline. The Seaside Heights amusement park and pier were both damaged by the storm.
With the London 2012 Olympics just around the corner, athletes Julie Culley and "blade runner" Oscar Pistorious are turning to technology to help them train. Ashleigh Banfield talks to Katie Linendoll about the high-tech gear some Olympians are using.
Actress Barbara Eden talks to CNN's Ashleigh Banfield about working with the late actor Andy Griffith on "The Andy Griffith Show." Eden says working with him was a "gift" and she shares her personal experiences with Griffith on the set.
Bounty hunter Leonard Padilla talks to Brooke about the details of his efforts to track down the remains of serial killer Wesley Shermantine's victims. Investigators, public works employees and volunteers have found more than 300 human bones with the help of a map prepared by Shermantine on death row.