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Northeast Bracing For a Blizzard     Fri, 8 Feb '13 | 9:17 AM ET

The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore reports from Boston on the latest details on winter storm Nemo, which could dump a foot of snow in the New York metro area, and more than two feet in New England. (2:29)

CNBC's Jim Cramer thinks a successful social media company should be purchased by Facebook. (3:31)

Clinton Eastwood tells Becky Quick about his decision to address "Invisible Obama" during the Republican convention. (1:54)

Jim Rogers tells Maria Bartiromo why he’s bullish, for now, on Japanese stocks but doesn't like U.S. equities. (1:27)

Jim Rogers tells Maria Bartiromo that he’s buying stocks, bonds, and currency in a nation that everyone else thinks is a bad investment. (0:50)

Jim Rogers tells Maria Bartiromo why he’s betting against bonds right now. (1:25)

Which makes a better buy: Yahoo or Google? Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial and Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson, fight it out.

Winter Storm 'Nemo' Update     Thu, 7 Feb '13 | 1:22 PM ET

The Weather Channel's Paul Goodloe has an update on Nemo, a major storm slated to hit the Northeast this weekend. It could bring up to 2 feet of snow to some places in New England. (2:08)

Short seller Bill Fleckenstein tells CNBC.com's "Futures Now" why he thinks the stock market is heading for trouble later this year. (3:37)

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about why stocks are lower today. You can't blame it all on the charts! (2:16)

Art Cashin & 'Quasimodo's Hump'     Thu, 7 Feb '13 | 11:10 AM ET

Art Cashin of UBS urges viewers to "stay alert." A drop through the S&P level he's watching would be a negative for stocks. (1:37)

Rick Santelli criticizes Robert Rubin's statement on CNBC that no one could have seen "the possibility of a serious crisis" coming before the credit markets collapsed. (3:26)

Cramer's Mad Dash: Tale of Two Apples     Thu, 7 Feb '13 | 9:22 AM ET

Jim Cramer doesn't like Apple's defensive reaction to David Einhorn's attempt to unlock some of the value of the company's enormous cash holdings. (1:50)

Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn urges Apple shareholders to vote against a company proposal that would preclude it from adopting Einhorn's proposal to issue preferred shares that would deliver dividends to holders.(3:05)

Investor Doug Kass tells "Fast Money" why he's at his highest net short position of the year. (3:42)

Journalist Bethany McLean says Apple could be a classic "value trap." Skeptics think the stock could fall to $200/share. (2:05)

Tracking the Winter Storm 'Nemo'     Wed, 6 Feb '13 | 2:25 PM ET

Up to two feet of snow could fall in parts of the Northeast starting Friday. The Weather Channel's Paul Goodloe tracks winter storm "Nemo." (1:28)

Stocks Facing Correction: Byron Wien     Wed, 6 Feb '13 | 12:45 PM ET

Influential strategist Byron Wien tells “Fast Money Halftime” why he’s bearish on stocks right (2:53)

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about the S&P levels that could indicate either a continued rally, or a significant pullback. (2:39)

Jim Cramer says bullish momentum for Netflix is putting pressure on those who have bet against the stock.  (0:59)

Pimco's Bill Gross still believes that over the long term, baby boomers will generally be cautious with stocks, despite the gains we've seen since 2009.

No Huddle Offense: Confidence Higher?     Tue, 5 Feb '13 | 6:58 PM ET

Jim Cramr talked with a lot of business executives at the Super Bowl parties he attended while in New Orleans for the game. Here's what he heard, (3:46)

CNBC's Maria Bartiromo discusses the day's top business and financial stories. (1:04)

In a live interview with Julia Boorstin, Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger confirms speculation the company is working on stand-alone films based on ‘Star Wars’ characters. They will not be part of the main 9-part ‘Star Wars’ saga. (1:43)

In a CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS tells Bob Pisani that today's S&P 500 close just above a key technical level could contribute to a negative chart pattern. (1:32)

Top bond strategist MacNeil Curry tells "Futures Now" he's looking for a pretty sizable move higher in this bond trade and just recommended it to clients this morning. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders. (2:02)

Art Cashin of UBS says we should get a good idea of the market rally's strength by looking at how the S&P does around a key technical level. (2:42)

Rick Santelli is suspicious as the U.S. government files suit against S&P, suggesting it may be political payback for the credit rating agency’s downgrade of U.S. debt. (1:43)

CNBC’s David Faber asks Floyd Abrams, S&P’s lawyer, if he believes the government’s lawsuit against the credit rating agency is political payback for its downgrade of U.S. debt. (1:12)

CNBC's Steve Liesman asks Rick Santelli what he thinks of the U.S. economy as compared to Europe. "We don't want to be Europe, we never want to be Europe," Santelli retorts. (3:52)

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