U.S. Day Ahead: Street waits on Bernanke with high QE hopes
Aug. 25 - Wall Street is hoping for another dose of easing from Fed Chairman Bernanke, but Reuters Specialist Editor Dan Burns says the mood in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, suggests investors are deluding themselves.
Chilean police clash with anti-government protesters
Aug. 25 - Chilean police use water cannons to disrupt protests against President Sebastian Pinera. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
The Exchange: Why Steve Jobs Matters
Aug. 25 - Rob Cox sizes up Steve Jobs' resignation with New York Times Tech Reporter Steve Lohr and Reuters Technology, Media and Telecommunications Chief Peter Lauria.
Dangerous Irene aims for Northeast
Aug 25 - Hurricane Irene is a dangerous Category 3 storm heading for North Carolina and the Northeast U.S. just as many families are setting out for their final summer getaway. Carmen Roberts reports.
Rebels storm Abu Salim district
Aug. 25 - Rebels take scores of Gaddafi loyalists, as they tear through Abu Salim district. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Dangerous Irene aims for Northeast
Aug. 25 - Hurricane Irene is a dangerous Category 3 storm heading for North Carolina and the Northeast U.S. just as many families are setting out for their final summer getaway.
Buffett magic fails to work on Wall St.
Aug 25 - Summary of business headlines: Warren Buffett's $5 billion investment in Bank of America fails to derail Wall Street's first down day in four sessions; Apple shares fall slightly after CEO exit. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Buffett bets on Bank of America
Aug 25 - Billionaire investor Warren Buffett takes a play from his financial-crisis playbook by investing $5 billion in Bank of America as others ditch the stock. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Jackson jury not to be sequestered, Frank DiLeo dies
Aug. 25 - The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Frank DiLeo dies, jury will not be sequestered for Jackson manslaughter case and Sheen's character dies on sitcom. Lindsay Claiborn reports.
Hurricane Irene's girth ensures major U.S. Northeast impact
Aug. 25 - NOAA National Hurricane Director Bill Read says Hurricane Irene will impact all major metropolitan areas along the U.S. Northeast corridor.
Bullard says Fed can support economy, downplays 'twist' plan
Aug. 25 - St. Louis Fed President James Bullard maintains a 2.5 percent GDP growth estimate for the rest of 2011 and says the Fed is prepared to provide liquidity if the economy weakens, but lowering long-term interest rates further would have little effect.
Should we care if Tim Cook is gay?
Aug 25 - Felix Salmon and John Abell discuss Apple's new CEO - Tim Cook - and the media's coverage of his sexual orientation.
Kevin Mitnick tells us about his life as a computer hacker
Anthony De Rosa talks to Kevin Mitnick - once considered the most-wanted computer criminal in the United States.
Mixed fluid returns to its original state
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/08/born-to-be-viral-how-to-unmix-a-mixed-fluid.html
Aftermath of underwater volcanic eruption
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/08/first-successful-prediction-of-an-underwater-eruption.html
Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy's voice has been absent from the numerous books written about her, John F. Kennedy's presidency, and their life together. Now, in seven never-before-heard interviews conducted in 1964 with Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., this extraordinary woman gives us her story in her own words. This historic document and these tapes have been sealed for half a century, now available to be heard and read for the first time in this deluxe book and 8-cd set. For more information on the Oral
YouTube & @Google Talks present Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper visits Google's NYC office to discuss his new daytime talk show and answer questions from YouTube fans around the world moderated by Steve Grove. This event took place on August 24, 2011, as part of the @Google Talks series. About Anderson: As host and Executive Producer of the upcoming nationally syndicated, daily one-hour talk show, "Anderson," Anderson Cooper brings his passionate voice and unique ability as a storyteller to daytime television. Cooper, an Emmy award-winning j
Guide to the Microfilmed Records of the Allegheny County Grand Army Association, Pittsburgh, Pa., 18
The collection consists of seven volumes of meeting minutes of the Allegheny County Grand Army Association from 1898-1940.
Guide to Records of 7/11 Democratic Club (Pittsburgh, Pa.), 1968-1981
This collection contains the records of the 7/11 Democratic Club (Pittsburgh, Pa.) for the years 1968-1981 and includes the Club's constitution, executive committee and general membership meeting minutes, membership lists, financial records, newsletters, candidate questionnaires, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia of club activities. These records provide an overview of the Club's organization and activities during this period.
Guide to the Records of the Allegheny Alliance, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1967-1971
This collection contains the records of the Allegheny Alliance for the years 1967-1971. The Alliance was a political group which grew out of the dissatisfaction with established political parties. Most of these records center around the "start-up" of the organization in 1967 including material concerning the organization's structure, rationale, policy statements, and by-laws.