Search Daily News Videos and More

Loading

Monday, January 5, 2009

111th Congress Opens

John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC describes the opening of the 111th Congress on Tuesday -- a day of symbolism and substance, and of haste and delay.

This New York Times video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

The Journey From Rendition to Freedom

Muhammad Saad Iqbal was seized by the C.I.A. after 9/11, interrogated in a secret prison in Egypt, then sent on to Bagram Airbase and Guantanamo. This is a firsthand account of torture and rendition.

This New York Times video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

End of Wall Street- What Happened

Chapter One: In the first of this three-part series, Journal reporters explain how the housing bubble inflated and burst, and why easy money led to the collapse of Wall Street's biggest financial institutions.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

End of Wall Street- Why it Happened

Chapter Two: What was going through the minds of CEOs, corporate boards, fund managers and mortgage lenders as they created hard-to-understand derivatives Warren Buffett once called "weapons of financial mass destruction."

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Israeli UN Ambassador Shalev on Gaza Conflict

International leaders are holding talks at the UN to discuss the conflict in the Gaza Strip. WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard takes a look at what would be needed to bring about a ceasefire and gets an exclusive interview with Gabriela Shalev, Ambassador at Israel's Permanent Mission to the UN.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

What Gaza-Israel Conflict Could Mean for Obama

As the conflict in Gaza escalates, WSJ's Jerry Seib wonders if there's any opportunities for "creative diplomacy" for President-elect Barack Obama and the new administration.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

End of Wall Street- What Happens Next

Chapter Three: This final chapter of the crisis on Wall Street tells the story of the $700-billion bailout, as seen through a reporter's eyes, and looks at what's ahead for the global economy.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

The 'Hill People' Watch Israel-Gaza Conflict Unfold

Moti Denino and other residents of Sderot in Israel call themselves the "hill people", watching attacks unfold between Israel and Gaza from a hillside. WSJ's Sivan Raviv reports.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Monday's Market Wrap

Stocks start in the red in the first full trading week of the year, with Apple as a standout gainer after a turn of events relating to the health of CEO Steve Jobs. Stacey Delo reports.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Auto Outlook Grim Heading Into 2009

WSJ's John Stoll sees a bleak horizon for the Big Three as the auto industry reported another round of bad news with slow sales in December.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Beijing's Transition to Transit Heaven

For years, sprawling Beijing seemed destined to be another Los Angeles, with endless traffic jams and long commutes. But suddenly, Beijing flows. Credit an ambitious subway network that's finally starting to draw commuters off the street.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Critics' Picks- 'All About Eve'

With the awards season in full swing, A. O. Scott looks back at the 1950 classic which won the Oscar for best picture.

This New York Times video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

More Dark Days For Detroit

S&P's Bob Schulz parses dismal December U.S. car sales, remains cautious on next year's outlook and says GM and Chrysler are facing the biggest risk for bankruptcy. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Welcome to the Credit-Card Jungle

The minefield of credit-card booby traps has become more treacherous, as aggressive banks try to make money, by shortening billing periods and hiking interest rates.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

People's Business Can't Wait

President-elect Barack Obama has started a series of meetings to campaign for his economic stimulus package. Obama says help cannot wait. Courtesy Reuters.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Israeli Troops Push Deeper Into Gaza Melee

Israeli Troops are pushing deeper into Gaza as leaders around the world are trying to work out a diplomatic deal to end the fighting. Courtesy Fox News.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Jobs's Health Disclosure Short on Details

Apple announced that Steve Jobs is treating an hormone imbalance. But as senior technology editor Julia Angwin explains, the lack of details in the diagnosis leaves room for a lot of questions.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

MarketWatch Hot Stocks Report- Apple

Apple takes the spotlight Monday as Steve Jobs, the company's high-profile chief executive, addresses concerns about his health as Macworld gets under way. MarketWatch's Rex Crum reports. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

A Pipeline to Profits

Investors have pummeled energy shares, including those of oil and gas producer Questar. The rout, alas, ignores the company's myriad-and unique-strengths.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama's Extraordinary Economic Challenge

The soon-to-be First Family starts their new life in Washington, while Obama focuses on his economic stimulus plan, is being prepared in the hopes that it will be ready to be signed on his first day in office. Courtesy Fox News.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

The End of an Empire?

Geopolitical commentator John Batchelor explains to Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires why speculation about a U.S. breakup is wrong, but that America is still a country in decline. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Yemeni Jews Relocated Amid Rising Tensions

Yemeni authorities begin relocating dozens of Jewish families from two towns to the capital Sana'a amid rising anti-Jewish feeling. Jews have faced a barrage of threats following the murder of a Jewish teacher and Israel's military offensive in Gaza. Video courtesy of Reuters.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

U.S. Baghdad Embassy Symbolic of New Relationship

The world's largest U.S. embassy is officially opened in Baghdad as a symbol of America's transition from occupier to ally of Iraq's government. Video courtesy of Reuters.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Israel Defends Gaza Offensive

Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni insists its military onslaught against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip is necessary. She says it will combat terror and bring peace to its citizens. Video courtesy of Reuters.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

CFOs Aren't an Optimistic Bunch in 2009

The optimism of chief financial officers for the U.S. economy sunk past the all-time low. John Elliott, dean of the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College, talks with Kelsey Hubbard about how the CFOs surveyed view the economy. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Chicagoans Bid Farewell to the Obamas

President-elect Barack Obama and his family officially move from Chicago to Washington, D.C., where they will live for at least the next four years. Video courtesy of Fox News.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

The Week Ahead in Europe

Nationwide releases its house price index, a barometer of the U.K. housing market, and the 200 remaining Woolworths stores will shut their doors. MarketWatch's Kim Hjelmgaard previews the week ahead in Europe. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Civilian Casualties Mount in Gaza

More than 500 Gaza residents have died as a result of the 10-day strike by Israel. Foreign leaders are pushing for peace amid the ongoing violence between the Jewish state and Hamas. Video courtesy of Reuters.

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama- Economy 'bad and Getting Worse'

President-elect Barack Obama declared the national economy was 'sick' Monday as he began crisis talks with congressional leaders on emergency action. Mark Smith reports from The White House. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Va. Gov. Kaine to Take Over As DNC Chairman

President-elect Barack Obama has selected Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine as the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee, two Democrats said Sunday. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

George W. Bush- The Presidential Report Card

As President George W. Bush nears the end of his presidency, AP White House reporter Mark Smith looks back at how the president fared both home and abroad. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Fire Rips Through Homeless Shelter, 5 Dead

A fire fueled by donated clothes ripped through a homeless shelter in northeastern Texas early Monday, killing five residents as some tried dousing the blaze with pans of water. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Richardson Addresses Withdrawing Nomination

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson held a brief news conference about his decision to withdraw his nomination for Commerce Secretary, but refused to answer questions about a federal investigation into his political donors. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama Fills Key Intelligence Positions

President-elect Barack Obama is filling two key intelligence positions - Leon Panetta as CIA Director and Dennis Blair as director of national intelligence. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Richardson Addresses Withdrawing Nomination

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson held a brief news conference about his decision to withdraw his nomination for Commerce Secretary, but refused to answer questions about a federal investigation into his political donors. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama Fills Key Intelligence Positions

President-elect Barack Obama is filling two key intelligence positions - Leon Panetta as CIA Director and Dennis Blair as director of national intelligence. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Ill. Senate Appointee Burris Vows to Fight On

Dozens of black leaders and ministers organized by U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush gave Illinois Senate appointee Roland Burris a rousing send-off Sunday at New Covenant Church on Chicago's South Side. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Raw Video- Obama Arrives in Washington

President-elect Barack Obama landed in the Washington area Sunday evening, setting up the final march toward his inauguration. Obama and his family will be staying at the Hay-Adams hotel across from the White House until January 15th. (Jan. 4)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama Got 'choked Up' Leaving Chicago Home

President-elect Barack Obama rejoined his family in Washington on Sunday evening after bidding a poignant farewell to his Chicago home. (Jan. 4)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Va. Gov. Kaine to Take Over As DNC Chairman

President-elect Barack Obama has selected Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine as the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee, two Democrats said Sunday. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

8 Dead, 1 Hurt When Chopper Crashes in La. Marsh

Federal investigators were set to begin probing Monday why a helicopter bound for an offshore oil platform crashed in Louisiana's marshlands, killing eight and critically injuring another. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Palestinian Casualties Overwhelm Gaza Hospitals

Doctors at Gaza City's biggest hospital say they're not prepared for the hundreds of patients they've been receiving since the Israeli assault began. The military operation is taking a heavy toll on civilians. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Ill. Senate Appointee Burris Vows to Fight On

Dozens of black leaders and ministers organized by U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush gave Illinois Senate appointee Roland Burris a rousing send-off Sunday at New Covenant Church on Chicago's South Side. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Burris Says Senate Appointment Is Legal

Roland Burris says he's going to tell Democratic leaders he's ready to take his appointed place in the U.S. Senate despite their vows not to seat him. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Raw Video- Obama Girls Go Off to School

President-elect Barack Obama's two daughters have checked into their new school in Washington. Michelle Obama accompanied daughters Sasha, 7, and Malia, 10, to two separate campuses of Sidwell Friends school Monday morning. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Contractor Indicted in NY Crane Collapse

The contractor that raised the crane that toppled in midtown Manhattan last year and killed seven people was charged Monday with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide for failing to stabilize it, prosecutors said. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Israel Lets Palestinians Flee; UN Issues Warning

A Hamas strongman in Gaza is urging Palestinians to 'crush' the invading Israeli forces and to target Israeli civilians. AP Correspondent Aron Heller reports from Jerusalem. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Raw Video- U.S. Baghdad Embassy Opens

The United States opened its new embassy in Iraq under tight security Monday. It is the most visible sign of what U.S. officials call a new chapter in relations between America and a more sovereign Iraq. (Jan. 5 )

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Infant Safe As Standoff Ends at Georgia Motel

Police say a former South Carolina policeman holding an infant and two people hostage in a Georgia motel surrendered peacefully Monday after a 13-hour standoff. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Mother, 4 Young Sons Among the 8 Dead in NY Fire

A fast-moving house fire that killed eight people, including four young boys and their mother, may have been caused by a wood stove, authorities in central New York said Monday. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama to Meet Congress Leaders on Economic Plan

Barack Obama is heading to Capitol Hill to push for quick action on a broad economic stimulus package congressional leaders are saying won't be ready until mid-February at the earliest. That's almost a month later than the president-elect wanted. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

U.S. Joins Press for Truce in Gaza Onslaught

Israel seized control of high-rise buildings and attacked houses, mosques and smuggling tunnels as it pressed its offensive against the Gaza Strip's Hamas rulers on Monday, while the U.S. joined a stream of countries pushing for a cease-fire. (Jan. 5)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama Got 'choked Up' Leaving Chicago Home

President-elect Barack Obama rejoined his family in Washington on Sunday evening after bidding a poignant farewell to his Chicago home. (Jan. 4)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Congress to Hold Hearing on Madoff Scandal

The losses in an alleged Ponzi scheme run by Bernard Madoff are still being calculated, but lawmakers will get their first look Monday as they try to understand why the Securities and Exchange Commission failed to discover the scandal. (Jan. 4)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Raw Video- Obama Arrives in Washington

President-elect Barack Obama landed in the Washington area Sunday evening, setting up the final march toward his inauguration. Obama and his family will be staying at the Hay-Adams hotel across from the White House until January 15th. (Jan. 4)

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Eye On Israeli Offensive

After a week of air strikes, Israel ground troops have now invaded the Gaza Strip. CBS News? Richard Roth examines the latest developments in this Middle Eastern conflict as worldwide diplomatic.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Cheney Looks Back At Iraq War

Bob Schieffer spoke with Vice President Dick Cheney about controversial strategies utilized in the war with Iraq.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Face The Nation, 1.4.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Vice President Dick Cheney about controversial strategies utilized in the war with Iraq, homeland security and his power as vice president.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

A Helping Hand

A special program has been created that helps people cope with unemployment in tough economic times and fosters pride and self-respect. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Snow Storm Blankets Wash.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for much of Wash., already buried under more than 60 inches of snow. KREM's Othello Richards reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama's Ready To Move

As President-elect Barack Obama leaves Chicago to join his family in Washington, the future first-family is about to embark on a life-changing journey. Bianca Solorzano reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Gaza Ground Assault Continues

As Israeli troops push deeper into Gaza on the 1st full day of ground operations, many civilians are finding themselves caught in the crossfire. Richard Roth reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Hope For The Auto Industry

Many are slowly becoming more confident in car manufacturers. As Michelle Miller reports, it may be due to an infusion of cash into the auto industry, higher cash rebates, and lower interest rates.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Gaza Conflict Up Close

As reports of casualties begin to emerge and ground fighting intensifies in Gaza, Sky News' Dominic Waghorn reports on the latest developments taking place on the front lines.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Richardson Quits As Cabinet Pick

Gov. Bill Richardson has withdrawn his nomination as President-elect Obama's new Commerce Secretary over a legal inquiry in N.M. Some feel this is a sign there may be flaws in Obama's vetting process.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Breakups Ring In New Year

Relationship Experts Nicole Beland and Matt Titus spoke with Harry Smith about the reasons behind the rise in breakups in January.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Keep Your Weight Resolutions

Paul McKenna, hypnotist and best-selling author of "I Can Make You Thin" demonstrates to Harry Smith how most people can rethink the way they look at food and lose weight.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Lottery Legacy For Widow

Charlotte Peters from Connecticut won $10M from a lottery ticket purchased by her husband who died from a heart attack that same day.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Roller Derby Wheels In Fashion

After three decades, across the U.S., women's roller derby leagues are again becoming a popular way to blow off steam, reports Michelle Gielan.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Doctor Decries Israeli Attacks

Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian doctor in Gaza, tells Sky News that the number of civilians injured and killed in Gaza proves that Israel is deliberately attacking the population.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Snowboarder Braves Wilderness

A snowboarder was lost in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada for three days. He survived by eating berries and snow.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama Girls' Elite D.C. School

President-elect Barack Obama's daughters, Sasha and Malia, have started at Sidwell Friends School in Washington D.C. Kimberly Dozier reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

New Trends For A New Year

Style Expert Katrina Szish showed Maggie Rodriguez some new fashion trends for 2009 including big bold accessories and artist graphic t-shirts.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

No Child Left Behind

For 15 years, Greg Mortenson has built schools for children in remote, war-torn regions of Pakistan and Afganistan. Anthony Mason reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

A Political Year Like No Other

Bob Schieffer took a look back at 2008, a year of political surprises and economic turmoil.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Harley Davidson Rides In Cuba

Fifty years after the establishment of a trade embargo between the two nations, U.S.-built Harley Davidson motorcycles are still riding strong throughout Cuba. Lara Logan reports from Havana.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Power Of The Vice President

Bob Schieffer spoke with Vice President Dick Cheney about his power as vice president, wartime torture methods and the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

The Controversial New Senate

It is still unclear exactly who will be sitting in the U.S. Senate. Many question whether democrats will accept scandalous Gov. Rod Blagojevich's pick and Minnesota's recount is expected to end soon.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Mr. Obama Goes To Washington

Gov. Bill Richardson withdraws his bid for Barack Obama's commerce secretary after a pay-for-play probe surfaces, reports Bill Plante. Bob Schieffer comments on the Obama transition.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Canadian Avalanches Bury 8

Avalanches in British Columbia, Canada killed 8 people. Two survivors were forced to leave their friends behind in order to save themselves.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Palestinians tell of horrific ordeal

Palestinians from the north of Gaza say their homes have been destroyed and their male children held prisoner and stripped naked by Israeli soldiers.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

No more adverts for French prime-time TV

As of Monday night, France�s public television network will no longer have prime-time advertising on its channels. A controversial step which is bringing many out on to the streets.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Qaeda's 9/11 mastermind on trial over synagogue bombing

Christian Ganczarski, a German convert to Islam pleaded innocent when he and Al-Qaeda's 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed were put on trial for plotting a bloody 2002 suicide bombing of a Tunisian synagogue.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Gaza humanitarian crisis worsens

There is mounting concern among world leaders about the humanitarian impact of Israel's massive offensive on the Gaza Strip.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Children - the innocent victims of Gaza

As Israel continues to tighten its stranglehold on the Gaza Strip, the death toll keeps on rising. Over 500 Palestinians have been killed, of which nearly 100 are children. PLEASE NOTE: SOME IMAGES ARE DISTURBING

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Online animals for developing countries

Aid organisation Breeders Without Borders is turning virtual online animals into a very real lifeline for families developing countries.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

EU mission to Middle East calls for ceasefire

An EU mission to the Middle East called on Sunday for an end to fighting between Israel and Hamas and a return to the political process.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Japan races to build a zero-emission car

In the race to build to develop an affordable, high-performing and emission-free car, Japan is way ahead of the pack.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

French president tries to broker peace

French President Nicolas Sarkozy met his Israeli counterpart Shimon Peres in Jerusalem on Monday night. Sarkozy told Peres he was a friend of Israel but that he was deeply worried by the situation in Gaza.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

French president tries to broker peace

French President Nicolas Sarkozy met with his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak in Egypt on Monday, and later with Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas in Ramallah on a trip aimed at brokering a peace deal over the crisis in Gaza.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama Meets with Pelosi

Obama meets with Pelosi on Capitol Hill

This video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Why Invade Gaza?

Jeff Glor speaks with David Schenker, director of the Program on Arab Politics for the Washington Institute, about the reasons behind the Isreali ground invasion of the Gaza Strip.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Looking Past Economic Woes

Contributor Ben Stein wants Americans to remember that money doesn't equal happiness. We must not forget that recessions are only temporary.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.