Search Daily News Videos and More

Loading

Thursday, March 2, 2006

Is The Price Right?

Some 46 million Americans lack health insurance, yet as Dan Rather reports, they often face much heftier hospital costs than what are charged to insurance companies and programs.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Willie Brand's Court-Martial

A soldier convicted of maiming and assaulting an Afghan prisoner tells Scott Pelley that he was trained to do it. Was it torture or was he just following orders?

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Andy On Outsourcing

Andy Rooney wonders if Americans have lost our ability to do anything ourselves. After all, we keep outsourcing more jobs and services.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Simon's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Bob Simon talks about a Canadian man who's been selling marijuana seeds from Vancouver for years but is now facing a U.S. request for extradition.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Scott Pelley discusses his report on a soldier convicted of assaulting and maiming an Afghan prisoner who died.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Willis In Familiar Territory

Bruce Willis' latest movie, "16 Blocks," has the actor playing a role that's familiar to movie fans: a grizzled, war-weary cop fighting a legion of bad guys. Scott Rapoport chats with the star.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Taliban Back In Afghanistan

Before stopping in India, President Bush's first stop was Afghanistan, where ? despite his reassurances that things are going well ? the Taliban are staging new attacks. Sheila MacVicar reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Blast Precedes President Bush

Two days before President Bush's visit to Pakistan, a suicide bomber struck near the U.S. consulate in Karachi. An American diplomat and three others were killed. Bill Plante reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Expert On Bush's Trip To India

Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, offers insight into President Bush's two-day trip to India, where he'll focus on economic and nuclear issues.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

High Stakes In India For AIDS

Former president Bill Clinton, who's working with Indian drug companies to make cheaper treatment available in developing countries, says that the world has a duty to help fight AIDS in India.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Violence Won't Stall Bush Trip

With President Bush's trip to Pakistan days away, a bombing outside the U.S. embassy in Karachi, India, has killed an U.S. diplomat, setting the stage for a tumultuous visit. Claudia Coffey reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Fallout From Katrina Tapes

Former FEMA director Michael Brown had harsh words for his critics after a tape was released that shows the White House was warned of Katrina's danger. Aleen Sirgany reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Ex-FEMA Chief On Katrina Tape

CBS News RAW: Former FEMA head Michael Brown speaks out about recently released tapes that indicate he warned President Bush about the danger Hurricane Katrina posed to the Gulf Coast.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Mayor Nagin On Bush Tape

CBS News RAW: New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was "shocked" by video showing that President Bush was told before Katrina hit that the city's levees could fail.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Moussaoui To Be Sentenced

When the sentencing trial of al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui begins in a Virginia federal court, it is certain to produce new information about the Sept. 11 attacks. Jim Stewart reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Dying For Allah

Many men enter Iraq with the expectation of becoming suicide bombers. Richard Roth has an exclusive interview with one such man who survived.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Bush Headed To Pakistan

Security will be very tight when President Bush travels to Pakistan, after an American diplomat was among four people killed by a suicide bomber in Karachi. Jim Axelrod has more.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Al Qaeda's Big Iraq Attack?

CBS News Exclusive: U.S. intelligence officials told David Martin that al Qaeda in Iraq is hoping to instigate a civil war in that country by launching a high-profile terrorist attack.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Tape- Bush Warned On Katrina

A newly released videotape shows that President Bush and his top advisers were warned that Hurricane Katrina could potentially cause New Orleans levees to fail. Bob Orr has more.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Bush Makes Afghanistan Visit

Air Force One made a stop on the way to India, and the president made a short visit to Afghanistan. As Jim Axelrod reports, security was tight as he met with U.S. troops and government leaders.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Taliban Attack Caught On Tape

A camera crew happened to be on hand when a group of Taliban forces burned a school to the ground. As Sheila MacVicar reports, the situation quickly turned ugly.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.