By Brian Williams, Anchor and managing editor
This will have to be brief. I'm in a holding room with Senator Clinton, typing this on my Blackberry, while she participates in a conference call with Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine. The subject is the economy. We're on the campus of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas -- where we accompanied the Senator in her motorcade after our first stop at a hotel on the Vegas strip.
Senator Clinton held a roundtable here on the subject of Yucca Mountain (the proposed nuclear waste site here) before a small but enthusiastic crowd. Tonight we'll show you a slice of life inside the Clinton campaign, coming off what they believe was a very good outing for them last night at the debate here in Las Vegas.
Tonight we have more on foreign ownership of U.S. financial institutions, as well as a great piece on the pronunciation of Nevada (even though in a moment of debate fatigue I briefly insisted we were in California last night) about which there's been much talk and attention (at least in our newsroom and that of our Las Vegas affiliate) of late.
We'll see you from Las Vegas tonight, and following the horrors of the redeye, back home in New York tomorrow night. Thanks for watching it all.
Editor's note: Brian Williams's interview with Senator Clinton airs tonight on the broadcast, and can be seen online in its entirety tonight. Here's a preview.