Clinton calls Assad speech "chillingly cynical"
Jan. 11 - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said an Arab League monitoring mission in Syria cannot continue indefinitely and dismissed a recent speech by Syria's president as "chillingly cynical." Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
U.S. Day Ahead: Retail sales could see holiday drag
Jan. 11 - December retail sales are set to rise modestly, but according to Thomson Reuters Analyst Jharonne Martis chain store data for the holidays might be more so so than ho ho.
Halle Berry reportedly engaged, George Clooney honored
Jan 11 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Halle Berry is reportedly engaged, George Clooney is honored by the National Board of Review, and William Shatner is headed to Broadway. Bob Mezan reports.
Infamous lobbyist Jack Abramoff on legalized online gambling
Jan. 11 - Jack Abramoff, who did jail time for stepping over the line as a lobbyist in Washington, weighs in on efforts to legalize online gambling.
Politicians undermine Fed with attacks: Nobel Laureate
Jan. 11 - The Federal Reserve's independence is challenged by politicians who attack the institution and undermine its power, says economist and Nobel laureate Thomas Sargent.
Pros and cons of U.S. mortgage relief: economist Sargent
Jan. 11 - There are pros and cons to providing a big mortgage relief program to stimulate recovery in the U.S., says economist and Nobel laureate Thomas Sargent.
Romney gains among Republicans: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Jan. 11 - According to the January 2012 Reuters/Ipsos poll, 30 percent of Republican voters would vote for Mitt Romney, up from only 18 percent in December.
On U.S. recovery and European debt crisis: Economist Sargent
Jan. 11 - Slightly better recovery in U.S. economy seen, but labor and financial sectors to struggle, says Thomas Sargent, Nobel laureate and economist.
South Korean army's winter drill
Jan. 11 - Topless South Korean soldiers brave freezing temperatures and snow in a military drill as part of their winter training session. Elly Park reports.
Steve Jobs lives on in comic book
Jan 11 - Apple founder Steve Jobs is immortalized again, this time in a new comic book about his life. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Hundreds protest Guantanamo outside White House
Jan. 11 - Crowds wearing orange prison-like jumpsuits protest outside the White House to mark the 10th anniversary of the Guantanamo Bay prison. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Critics raise the alarm over U.S. police drone plans
Jan. 11 - U.S. civil rights groups are raising the alarm about plans by the Houston and Miami police forces to add unmanned aerial drones to their crime-fighting arsenals. Law enforcement officials say the drones will help in the hunt for criminals and missing persons but critics claim they could also be used to spy on ordinary citizens. Ben Gruber reports.
Stocks pause after 5-month high
Jan 11 - Summary of business headlines: Stocks end mixed after hitting five-month high; Federal Reserve says economy continued to improve at year's end; Smarter, thinner, bigger, and visually enhanced TVs debut at CES; GM, German union in Opel talks; Twinkies maker files for bankruptcy. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Madonna at UK premiere of W.E.
Jan. 11 - Madonna talks about love and how nervous she was on her first day directing new movie W.E. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
U.S. Marines probe video of men urinating on Taliban corpses
Jan. 11 - Graphic undated video from YouTube shows what is believed to be U.S. Marines urinating on the bodies of dead Taliban soldiers in Afghanistan. The U.S. Marine Corps said it would investigate the video, which was posted on YouTube and other websites on January 11, 2012. Reuters has not independently verified the authenticity of this video. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Media Bite: Tebow, Beyonce & Jay-Z, Apple TV
Jan. 10, 2012 - Tim Tebow tries to become TV ratings royalty, while Beyonce & Jay-Z make everyone wonder about how much their baby pics will sell for. Reuters Media Editor Peter Lauria breaks down the week in media business news for you.
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