Search Daily News Videos and More

Loading

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Arkansas Crippled By Tornadoes

The Southern United States has faced a series of wild weather this past week, as a series of tornadoes left many residents without a home in the region. Kelly Cobiella reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

'09 Car Show Key For Industry

Now faced with one of the worst crises ever to hit the U.S. automobile industry, American carmakers have turned to this year's car show for the future. Priya David reports from New York.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

U.S. Town Embraces Immigrants

Since 2001, over 6,000 Somali immigrants have moved to the small community of Lewiston, Maine. While there were initial hostilities, Jim Axelrod reports that residents here have learned acceptance.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Rare MLK Speech Discovered

An audio tape recording from the 1950's, which captures the voice of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivering a rare speech, has been released to the public for the first time. Michelle Miller reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

The Heart To Survive

In this "Weekend Journal," Jeff Glor tells the story of 27-year-old Salina Gonzales, who was told that she had only one month to live until an experimental pump granted her with the power to endure.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Mother Accused Of Child Murder

Police officials in California say that 28-year-old Sunday school teacher Melissa Huckaby kidnapped and killed 8-year-old Sandra Cantu. Ben Tracy reports from Los Angeles.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Pirate Hostage Crisis Unfolds

Three U.S. Navy war ships are carefully monitoring a small lifeboat containing several Somali pirates who are holding an American civilian ship captain hostage. Kimberly Dozier reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Faith During A Recession

On this "Early Line" panel, Harlem Baptist Pastor Calvin Butts, Sirius XM's Monsignor Jim Vlaum, and Rabbi Jill Hausman from the Actor's Temple discuss the role of religion during the economic crisis.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Folk Artist Joshua Radin

He was college roommates with "Scrubs" star Zach Braff, and he's just finished up a lengthy tour. Cleveland-born folk singer-songwriter Joshua Radin performs at the Second Cup Caf .

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Budget Easter Dinner Recipes

Gourmet Magazine executive editor "Doc" Willoughby serves as this week's "Chef On A Shoestring" for a special Easter feast with a budget of just $35. Recipes include salad, pork loin, and lemon cake.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Money And The Millenials

With many now facing the woes of the current economic crisis, USA Today managing editor Lauren Ashburn offers a "Silver Lining" about the "Millenial" generation, who were born between 1982 and 2000.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Under The Radar, 04.11.09

Erica Hill and Chris Wragge take another look Under The Radar and showcase some very unusual video from the past week. An elephant gains inspiration from Picasso and gorillas eat Easter Eggs.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Test Predicts Menopause Start

In this latest installment of "HealthWatch," Erica Hill speaks with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about the benefits of an innovative test which can indicate almost exactly when a women will enter menopause.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama- "Glimmers of Hope"

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford on NBC's "Today Show" discussing President Obama's upbeat economic pitch and handling of the Somalian pirate crisis

This Congressional Quarterly video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Obama- "Glimmers of Hope"

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford on NBC's "Today Show" discussing President Obama's upbeat economic pitch and handling of the Somalian pirate crisis

This Congressional Quarterly video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Seniors Celebrate Bat Mitzvahs

At 89, one woman calls herself "the baby of the Bat Mitzvah class." Steve Hartman reports on the oldest group of women to ever go through the Jewish rite of passage.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Nerdy New Yorker hailed as master of electro-pop

Combining the oldest human instrument -- the voice -- with 21st-century technology, nerdy New York musician Fredo Viola is being hailed as a genius of electro pop. AFPTV met up with Fredo before a concert in Paris.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Traditional artists tough it on the Ivory Coast

Troops of traditional dancers are finding it difficult to tour the Ivory Coast as they used to. Political instability, tension between the north and the south and a lack of funding mean companies like the Guirivoires are fighting for survival.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Business- Weekend Without Bernie

Reporter David Segal looks at the town that might have lost more money per square mile than any other in the country because of the downturn in the economy and the Ponzi scheming of Bernie Madoff.

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

Asian summit cancelled after protesters storm venue

Thai protesters smashed their way into a major Asian summit on Saturday, forcing the country's embattled prime minister to cancel the meeting and evacuate foreign leaders by helicopter.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Economy got you down? Splash out on chocolate

As chocolate eggs everywhere are about to be devoured, some argue that the pleasure we get from chocolate may be just what's called-for in these difficult times. AFP pays an Easter visit to a gourmet chocolate factory.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Asian summit cancelled after protesters storm venue

Thai protesters smashed their way into a major Asian summit on Saturday, forcing the country's embattled prime minister to cancel the meeting and evacuate foreign leaders by helicopter.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Angry European workers turn to "le boss-napping"

As negotiating tactics go, it's fairly hardline. But as the threat of unemployment affects more and more people, workers in France and elsewhere are taking matters into their own hands: holding their bosses hostage until their demands are met.

This AFP video brought to you by News Distribution Network.