Search Daily News Videos and More

Loading

Monday, September 15, 2008

Wall Street Meltdown, A Political Draw

WSJ's Jerry Seib discusses the political impact of the market crisis on the presidential candidates' campaigns. He says the meltdown exposes both Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama's economic inexperience. (Sept. 15

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Alaska Senator- Let's Fill the Pipeline

Lisa Murkowski wants a floor vote on ANWR. (Sept. 16)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

On Leadership- Tom Werner, SunPower CEO

Thomas Werner, CEO of solar energy firm SunPower, draws stamina from triathlons. He's competed in over 100, including this Florida Ironman. He spoke with Stacey Delo about building perseverance in himself and his employees.(Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Ken Rosen- Fed Cut May Be Big

Following Monday's sharp sell-off, real estate economist Ken Rosen says the Fed will have no choice but to cut rates and won't be surprised if it's bigger than 25 basis points and comes before the bell. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Merrill CEO on Leveraged Loans

Leveraged loans were a little more expensive in the first quarter, but are already improving, says Merrill Lynch Chairman and CEO John Thain. (June 10)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

A Comeback for Christian Francis Roth

In the 1990s, young designer Christian Francis Roth hit the fashion industry "like a splash of tonic." But despite the acclaim of critics, his business failed to make money. Now he's attempting a comeback. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

John Thain on Merrill's Wealth Management

Merrill Lynch Chairman and CEO John Thain talks with WSJ's Dennis Berman about the synergy between the company's wealth management business and its traditional investment banking. (June 10)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

A Look Ahead at The Week's Markets

Barron's Michael Santoli takes a look at the markets during this upcoming week with particular focus on the financial sector. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Merrill's John Thain on McCain vs. Obama

Merrill Lynch Chairman and CEO John Thain talks with WSJ's Dennis Berman about the U.S. presidential candidates, his suggestions for economic reform, and his wishes for his own legacy. (June 11)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Cracking the code- The candidates and the economy

Politico's Mike Allen talks about what the candidates need to do next on the banking crisis....

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Campaigns forced to switch focus

Politico's Roger Simon discusses how suddenly all the chatter about lipsticks and pigs doesn't seem very relevant...

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Campaigns forced to switch focus

Politico's Roger Simon discusses how suddenly all the chatter about lipsticks and pigs doesn't seem very relevant...

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

In My Wallet- Doreen Mogavero

NYSE trader Doreen Mogavero gives us a tour of her wallet, including a sentimental letter from her husband. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Muriel Siebert's Struggles On Wall Street

One of the first to break through Wall Street's glass ceiling, Muriel Siebert reflects on her long career as a broker and executive. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Helter Smelter- Development Divides A Town

When secret plans to build a giant pig-iron smelter came to light in Crystal City, Missouri, they created a rift between supporters and adversaries, WSJ's Matt Rivera reports. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Airline Baggage Fees Here to Stay

When airlines instituted baggage fees, they billed it to high oil prices. But now that fuel costs have fallen, WSJ's Scott McCartney asks if those oil-related fees will disappear. Not likely, he says. (Sept. 16)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

'The End of Modern Wall Street'

WSJ's Dennis Berman sits down with colleague and Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark to get his thoughts on what may be considered "the end of modern Wall Street." The market has contracted and many will undoubtedly lose their jobs. What is in store for tomorrow's Wall Street? (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Fate of Goldman, Morgan in Focus

The collapse of Lehman Brothers and the sale of Merrill Lynch leave questions about the future of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, the last two major independent Wall Street brokerages. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

David Bellavai and Wade Zirkle travel Back to Iraq




This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

NYSE on the Market Crisis

Steve Gelsi with The Wall Street Journal Digital Network reports from the New York Stock Exchange, where traders and other members of the financial sector react to the current market shake-up. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Individual Investors React to Market Shakeup

Individual investors in San Francisco share their reactions to the market shakeup hitting Wall Street as Lehman Brothers files for bankruptcy, AIG seeks a government bailout and Bank of America buys Merrill Lynch. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Manic Monday on Wall Street

Global markets plummet after Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy and Merrill Lynch agreed to be taken over by Bank of America. Courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Putting Cash to Work Post Lehman

With the markets under siege Monday it could be a good time to put some cash to work says Kensington Investment Group CIO John Kramer. He also has advice for those still sitting on the sidelines. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Global Markets in Turmoil

Alec Young, equity strategist at Standard & Poor's, discusses the turmoil that has engulfed global financial markets after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and Bank of America's purchase of Merrill Lynch. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Nader on Economy

Third Party Presidential candidate Ralph Nader talks to politico about the economy and the news this morning and the bail-outs.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Nader on Economy

Third Party Presidential candidate Ralph Nader talks to politico about the economy and the news this morning and the bail-outs.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Nader on Economy

Third Party Presidential candidate Ralph Nader talks to politico about the economy and the news this morning and the bail-outs.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Nader on Obama and McCain

Ralph Nader talks with Politico about the similarites between Barack Obama and John McCain.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Nader on Obama and McCain

Ralph Nader talks with Politico about the similarites between Barack Obama and John McCain.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Nader on Obama and McCain

Ralph Nader talks with Politico about the similarites between Barack Obama and John McCain.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lehman Drama Leaves a Rough Road Ahead

WSJ's John Hilsenrath speaks about the drama that unfolded this weekend over whether the Feds would bail out Lehman as well, and how the market will fluctuate in the wake of Lehman Brothers filing for Bankruptcy. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Economics and the General Election

Jeanne Cummings and Eamon Javers sit down to discuss the weekend's news in terms of the upcoming general election.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Economics and the General Election

Jeanne Cummings and Eamon Javers sit down to discuss the weekend's news in terms of the upcoming general election.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Playbook 09/12/08

Mike Allen's Politico Playbook

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Playbook 09/12/08

Mike Allen's Politico Playbook

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Playbook 09/12/08

Mike Allen's Politico Playbook

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama's '"Honor" ad

Politico's David Mark discusses the strategy behind Obama's new ad: "Honor"...

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Bush Confident in Resilience of Markets

President George W. Bush appears before the press corps at a joint appearance with the President of Ghana. Bush acknowledged that adjustments can be painful, but was confident in the market bouncing back. Courtesy of Reuters. (Sept 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

No Bailout For Lehman Brothers

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard reports with Market Watch's Christopher Hinton on the last straw for Lehman Brothers. Bank of America opted to pass on bailing Lehman out, leaving the company to file for bankruptcy . (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

TV Ad- Crisis

TV Ad: Crisis

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Candidates campaign in Colorado

Politico's Josh Kraushaar talks about why Colorado has become such a battleground state in 2008...

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Kotecki- 09/15/08

Some sound advice for these turbulent economic times, Barack Obama raises $66 million, and Karl Rove says the campaigns are going too far.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Kotecki- 09/15/08

Some sound advice for these turbulent economic times, Barack Obama raises $66 million, and Karl Rove says the campaigns are going too far.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Kotecki- 09/15/08

Some sound advice for these turbulent economic times, Barack Obama raises $66 million, and Karl Rove says the campaigns are going too far.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Politics of the banking crisis

Politico's Eamon Javers talks about how the meltdown on Wall Street will affect the campaigns...

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Record


Boulder Liberal Mark Udall has been part of the problem in Washington. Udall has repeatedly voted against to stop news drilling. Udall opposed middle-class tax cuts. Udall even voted against funding for our troops overseas.

More at www.BoulderLiberalMarkUdall.com.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Council


When it comes to world affairs, Jeff Merkley has bit off more than he can chew. When it comes to feeding his own self-interest, Jeff Merkley is an expert. Merkley voted to give $150,000 in taxpayer money to the World Affairs Council -- who's paid executive director was Jeff Merkley.

Jeff Merkley in the U.S. Senate, he's bitten off more than he can chew.

www.MustTaxMerkley.com

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Darndest Things


Al Franken says the Dardnest Things. Franken talks about eliminating tax cuts and raising taxes, but Franken was caught not paying taxes in 17 states. Al Franken on taxes is no joke.

More at www.FranklyFranken.com.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Playback 9/15/08

Tina Fey is Sarah Palin

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Playback 9/15/08

Tina Fey is Sarah Palin

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Wall Street Turmoil As Lehman Staff Pack Bags

Lehman Brothers staff were packing up their desks after word came down that there would be no bailout for the 158-year-old investment bank, Doug Luzader of Fox News reports. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

This Week in Washington- September 15, 2008

Brian Darling, a Capitol Hill insider for more than 10 years and director of U.S. Senate relations at The Heritage Foundation, previews some major weekly events in Washington this week.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lehman Bankruptcy Remakes Wall Street

Lehman Brothers files for bankruptcy, remaking the landscape on Wall Street. Greg Morcroft describes the pressures that led to the historic filing and other developments in the global financial system. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

The Sarah Palin Phenomenon is Doomed

The media's love affair with vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is cooling, Jon Friedman says. (Sept. 15)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Damien Hirst seeks art market revolution

British artist Damien Hirst, who broke the mould by putting sharks in formaldehyde, has turned his attention to revolutionising the art market by selling his work direct at auction. On Monday and Tuesday, Hirst will sell 223 works with an estimated value of 82 million euros at Sotheby's auction house in London, bypassing the traditional route of the art gallery.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Pope reaches out to sick in Lourdes

Before dozens of rows of wheelchair-bound believers, Pope Benedict XVI on Monday celebrated a special mass for the sick at the French shrine town of Lourdes. He wraps up his four-day visit in France later on Monday.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Calif. Train Crash Probed

Authorities are investigating why a California commuter train slammed into a freight train leaving 25 passengers dead. Michelle Gielan reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lehman's Collapse Creates Chaos

Global share prices sank on the news of Lehman's collapse, leaving the international financial markets in chaos. The world's central banks are pouring in funds to help calm the storm. Charlie D'Agata reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama Calls Attack Ads Untrue

Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama are calling out for change while accusing each other of running unsavory campaigns. Tara Mergener reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Eva La Rue Talks CSI- Miami

Actress Eva La Rue drops by the Early Show to talk about the seventh season of hit crime-drama CSI: Miami. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Espionage Case Files Released

Questions from the trial of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, the only Americans ever to be executed for espionage in peacetime, may finally be answered. Russ Mitchell reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Ike Leaves Texans In The Dark

As rescuers in Texas look for survivors of Hurricane Ike, electric companies are saying it may be weeks before power is fully restored. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Train Collision Survivor Story

When an Los Angeles passenger train ran a red signal and plowed head on into a southbound freight train, 25 passengers died, but Norma Gomez Haverstock survived the crash. Bill Whitaker reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Facing Ike Head On

The moment Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas over 20 thousand people were still in their homes. As Mark Strassmann reports, they defied the mandatory evacuation order and paid the price.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Is Your Money Safe?

The collapse of Lehman Brothers has sent shockwaves through the financial community and left many wondering if their investments are safe. Harry Smith talks with Vera Gibbons about it.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Mom Dupes H.S. As Cheerleader

Thirty-three-yr.-old Wendy Brown posed as her daughter and became a high-school cheerleader at a school near Green Bay, Wis., Michelle Gielan reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Schlubs In Love

A new study shows personality ranks higher than looks for women who are searching for the right man. Harry Smith speaks to two relationship experts about what this means for the schlubby guy.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Weighing The Lehman Collapse

Investment bank Lehman Brothers announced its plan to file for bankruptcy after a plan to rescue it failed. Harry Smith talks with Liz Claman of Fox Business Network about its impact on Wall Street.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

George Takei Weds In L.A.

Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols and Walter Koenig stood up for co-star George Takei & husband Brad Altman who were married in Los Angeles, Bill Whitaker reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Mrs. Cheney's New Book

Lynne Cheney's latest children's book tells the story of the U.S. constitution. Harry Smith talks to her about her career as a bestselling author.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

McCain, Obama Go On Attack

Barack Obama and John McCain are exchanging barbs in the form of bitter attack ads. Are they effective? And how does it affect the politics of "change"? Maggie Rodriguez reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

No Bailout For Wall Street

Lehman Brothers has been forced to go into bankruptcy after the Fed announced it would not bailout the storied firm. Meanwhile, Merrill Lynch agreed to be bought by Bank of America. Jeff Glor reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lynne Cheney On Gay Marriage

In response to the legalization of same-sex marriage in California, Dick Cheney's wife Lynne tells Harry Smith that she wishes for her daughter Mary, the same freedom and choices of every American.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Bush On Wall Street's Woes

CBS News RAW: President Bush sought to sooth concerns over the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers and takeover of Merrill Lynch by deeming the broader market "flexible and resilient."

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Caught On Tape - http-//dccc.org/caughtontape

The next time a Republican has a 'Macaca Moment,' will you be there to capture it? The power to hold Republicans accountable for their lies, distortions, and attacks belongs to you.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Afghan city fights for medieval heritage

Dating back more than 2000 years, the Afghan city of Herat is struggling to retain its architectural splendour. Faced with haphazard construction and population pressures, the city is in danger of losing its medieval structures.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lourdes pilgrims stock up on 'miracle' water

Thousands of pilgrims have gathered in Lourdes to hear the words of Pope Benedict XVI. But many more visit the town in the French Pyrenees to sample the water, in search of a miracle cure for various ailments.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Haiti Is A Water World

Haiti has been hit by four storms in a row, flooding eight of its ten provinces. Damage is so great the government has stopped counting the dead and focused on delivering aid. Kelly Cobiella reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Palin Back On Campaign Trail

As Sarah Palin rejoined John McCain on the campaign trail after spending time in Alaska, questionable actions from her political past are surfacing. Chip Reid reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lehman Brothers Fate Uncertain

The fate of investment bank Lehman Brothers hangs in the balance. Executives of rival banks may buy all or parts of the troubled company or the government may step in. Bianca Solorzano reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lehman Brothers fails, rattles world economy

The bankruptcy of banking giant Lehman Brothers has sparked a global stocks fall, central bank alarm and widespread fears for the financial system.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Egypt's Islamic music channel

A television channel broadcasting a steady stream of music videos in the Middle East. At first sight, nothing new, but this channel will be the first channel to produce Islamic music videos: songs about the Koran, promoting Islamic conservative values.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.