Bloomberg’s David Ingles reports on the huge fines for JP Morgan for trying to conceal it’s trading losses from investors. He speaks to Zeb Eckert on Bloomberg Television’s “First Up.”

A look at the growing battle between American President Barrack Obama vs. Russian President Vladimr Putin and why the Syria conflict is just beginning.

JPMorgan recently said it will not be accepting new private student loan applications. That's proof there is a student loan bubble boiling.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discusses the NSA data requests and user privacy at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 event.

Bloomberg Contributing Editor Richard Falkenrath discusses Sarin gas and the Syria conflict.

A look at the real reasons behind the war in Syria and a look at the timeline of events that shows how fragile the global political system is.

The Syrian Electronic Army hacked the Twitter account of AP before. But could they expand their hacking attacks if the U.S. conducts strikes against Syria? Moreover, are they a sophisticated group that can unleash something much more devastating? You be the judge.

Syrian debate really is one about protecting oil interests in the region, Peritus' Tim Gramatovich tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux.

A one-sided look at the propaganda and conspiracy about Syria and America's actions on the nation. Watch the video, do your research, and form your own opinion - but don't do so unless you have seen both sides of the story.

A look at what might have caused the NASDAQ Glitch, which halted trading for 3 hours and a look at why one major U.S. bank is transferring gold from other banks.

Computer Glitch Halts NASDAQ Options Trading: Yet another look at how dangerous and fragile the stock market really is.

Bloomberg "Market Makers" anchor Erik Schatzker digs deeper into the options malfunction at Goldman Sachs Group that could bring a loss of $100 million to the firm and relates it to some of the most recent trading errors in the industry.