September 24th, 2010
07:36 AM ET

Friday's live video events

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9:00 am ET - U.N. General Assembly morning session - World leaders gather in New York to discuss the issues of the day before the United Nations General Assembly.

9:30 am ET - Stephen Colbert testifies on Capitol Hill - Satirist and TV personality Stephen Colbert testifies at a House judiciary subcommittee hearing on immigration.  Colbert will talk about his experience working on a farm as part of a challenge from a pro-immigrant labor group.

9:30 am ET - NYSE opening bell - Mongolia’s prime minister rings the opening bell on Wall Street.

11:00 am ET - Pelosi briefing - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds her weekly briefing with reporters.

3:00 pm ET - U.N. General Assembly afternoon session - World leaders gather in New York to discuss the issues of the day before the United Nations General Assembly.

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  1. Campbellshaw

    Americans would work on farms if (1) they pay was at least minimum wage and (2) if there wasn't a preference for Immigrant farm workers.Their jobs are protected because they are forced to work below a living wage. This is just another form of domestic abuse. It is not the hot sun and long hours that keep American workers away from the farms. Farms used to be American Family Owned and managed until the birth of "Corporate" farms. Americans work the hot sun doing back breaking tedious work everyday in other industries.

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