Warren Buffett Videos
'The View' on Trump's Claim That Election Is 'Rigged'
The co-hosts discuss the Republican presidential nominee's comments following the conventions.
Donald Trump Calls Hillary Clinton 'the Devil'
Trump told supporters in Pennsylvania that Bernie Sanders made "a deal with the Devil" in his endorsement of Clinton.
New Trouble for Donald Trump Now Losing Momentum in the Polls
Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump by nine points after he criticized a fallen Muslim U.S. solider, and after the Democratic National Convention.
Warren Buffett Takes On Donald Trump Over Tax Returns
Do you will learn. A whole lot more about Donald Trump. If he produces as income tax return. And so. That's why I'd like to make him an offer. And off hurt I hope we can't refuse. Donald Trump. Donald Trump. At one point he says various things at different times but it one point. And the senate
Warren Buffett Endorses Hillary Clinton for President
This country. While making some people. Enormously well. That's left people behind. And those people we're just as willing probably more willing. To go to Afghanistan they were willing to go to Normandy seven years ago and and Hillary Clinton's you have somebody that cares about that. But she
Warren Buffett's Firm Reveals $1 Billion Investment in Apple
The tech giant's stock rallied after Berkshire Hathaway disclosed a first-quarter investment in the company.
Clinton to Republicans: 'I Don't Have Horns'
The Democratic presidential candidate joked about her likability during a campaign event with Warren Buffett on Wednesday in Omaha.
Bernie Sanders Says No Second Thoughts on Hillary Email Comments
But I think the secretary is right. And that is that the American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. Thank you. Me too, me too! It was the moment of the debate on Tuesday and now Bernie sanders joins us live from Iowa this morning. Senator sanders thank you for joining
9/11 Victims Remembered on 14th Anniversary of Attacks
Solemn ceremonies were held at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, as law enforcement around the country remained on high-alert for potential new terror attacks.
Al Qaeda Calls on Followers to Cripple US Economy on 9/11 Anniversary
Inspire, the terrorist group's online magazine, urges believers to target prominent U.S. businessmen like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Michael Bloomberg.