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Brian Grazer: Where You Don't Get Humiliated in Hollywood (Ep. 2)
12:28 — Imagine's Brian Grazer (24, Empire, Friday Night Lights) explains why the economics of network TV remain so compelling, how Hollywood film actors migr (more…)
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel: 198 Trailer
02:06 — Segments include an examination of the NFL concussion lawsuit a look at the Seattle Sounders MSL franchise a report on the Vendee Globe sailboat race, (more…)
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel: 200 Trailer
01:50 — With fewer than 100 days until the opening ceremonies for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, controversy looms large in the host city of Sochi, Russia. Se (more…)
Season 19: Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel: Season 19 Trailer
01:52 — Now in its 19th season, REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL, TV’s most honored sports journalism series and the only sports program recognized with a prest (more…)
European Markets Rebound as Euro Retreats
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including a cabin crew strike being called off.
Debate Moderator Tells Us What to Expect During Boulder GOP Debate
7NEWS reporter Marc Stewart tells us more about Carl Quintanilla's plans for the debate.
From Gunfire to Rescues, NBC Reporter Recalls Covering Katrina
A decade ago, NBC's Carl Quintanilla was in the heart of New Orleans as it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
GOP Co-moderator Previews GOP Debate
05:25 — CNBC's Carl Quintanilla is co-moderating Wednesday's GOP debate, and he joins Morning Joe to preview the event.
Carson Surges Past Trump in National Poll
05:43 — On the eve of the third Republican presidential debate, Ben Carson edges ahead of Donald Trump in a national poll. Debate moderators Carl Quintanilla (more…)
From Gunfire to Rescues, NBC Reporter Recalls Covering Katrina
05:11 — A decade ago, NBC's Carl Quintanilla was in the heart of New Orleans as it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
From Gunfire to Rescues, NBC Reporter Recalls Covering Katrina
A decade ago, NBC's Carl Quintanilla was in the heart of New Orleans as it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
Kiteboarding, Tough Mudder Take Center Stage in CNBC Documentary
02:22 — CNBC is unveiling a new documentary that explores the business of extreme sports and what leads people to push themselves to new limits. CNBC’s Carl Q (more…)
Wall Street goes wild for Twitter
Shares of the newly public company nearly doubled within minutes, making it more valuable than the likes of Macy s and three times the value of Tiffan (more…)
Retailers really want your holiday money, just not online
Brick and mortar stores hope to woo holiday shoppers with celebrities, free food and sales. It s all a way to try keep to costumers from shopping onli (more…)
Heavy rains cause flooding in Utah
Wet weather resulted in flash flooding that led to road closures and other damage. NBC s Carl Quintanilla reports.
Home prices on the rise: a seller’s market?
Families who have been thinking about moving are now under more pressure to do so as interest rates and home prices rise even in the heartland. NBC (more…)
Theater icon Julie Harris dies
Julie Harris career spanned nearly six decades. The first lady of American theater died at age 87. NBC's Carl Quintanilla reports.
Iraq has very violent Sunday
The attacks are the latest in a month-long uptick in violence. Insurgents may be trying to push the nation to the brink of civil war. NBC's Carl Quint (more…)
The Pope is calling, no really, he’s calling!
Pope Francis adds his personal touch by calling some parishioners. Aside from having a landline, here are other etiquette guidelines for a phone conve (more…)
Violence ramps up in Chicago
The city of Chicago has been battling an epidemic of gun violence in recent days, with more than 30 people wounded in shootings since Wednesday. NBC s (more…)
9/11 victim identified nearly 12 years later
A New York medical examiner has identified the remains of 37-year-old Jeffrey Walz, a fire department lieutenant from Staten Island who died during th (more…)
Gen. Dempsey sings anthem at ballpark
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Martin Dempsey shows off his singing voice Thursday at the Washington Nationals game. NBC s Carl Quintanilla repo (more…)
Celebrating lives: Everyman actors Klugman, Durning die
Jack Klugman, the cigar-smoking, poker-playing slob half of TV's 'Odd Couple,' and Charles Durning, 'the king of character actors,' have died. NBC New (more…)