Brooke Baldwin, who covered Trump's inauguration for CNN, calls the back-to-back days "emotional whiplash."
Brooke Baldwin, who has been at CNN more than a decade, gets real about why she's leaving. And how it relates to her new book "Huddle."
The "CNN Newsroom" host shared a video of the nasal swab test while announcing that she's virus free.
Richard Quest, host of CNN International's Quest Means Business and economics reporter for the network, said that he tested positive for coronavirus over the weekend. "I am thankful and grateful that I don't seem to have any of the horrific symptoms of the others," Quest told viewers Monday. "I just have a nasty cough which, […]
The CNN host is sharing details about losing her sense of taste and smell and trying to self-isolate from her husband while battling COVID-19.
Pink and her 3-year-old son had shown COVID-19 symptoms for days.
"I’ve been social distancing. Doing ALL the things we’re being told to do. Still — it got me," Baldwin wrote.
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin used her Monday night show to make a chilling point: The moments that leave the largest impact can sometimes take the smallest amount of time. Baldwin counted to 30 as footage from the weekend’s shooting in Dayton, Ohio, played, showing how quickly the whole incident happened. Also Read: Jimmy Kimmel Says It's Late Night's Job to Talk Mass Shootings Because 'Nobody Is Doing Anything About It at All' “In just 30 seconds, a gunman murdered nine people and left 37 injured right here in Dayton, Ohio. In just 30 seconds, police took down that gunman, saving hundreds of lives. And in just 30 seconds, you can call your elected representative and demand they do something about this,” she said. Baldwin and with her afternoon CNN show join a chorus of politicians and celebrities using the weekend’s two mass shootings to call for change. Also Read: Scaramucci: 'There's Definitely Linkage' Between Trump's Immigration Language and Shootings CNN did not immediately return request for comment, but as Poynter’s Tom Jones pointed out in Tuesday morning’s newsletter, this is not the first time Baldwin has used her platform to make a point about shootings. In May, she said nothing during...