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Friday, June 20, 2008

Soros' Cataclysmic, Apocalyptic, Expialadocius Super-Bubble

WSJ's Greg Ip reviews George Soros' newest book, "The New Paradigm for Financial Markets," which reasserts his thesis on the fall of a 25-year super-bubble economy. (June 20)

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Author Researches the Philosophy of Terrorism

WSJ's Bob Hughes speaks with Andre Dubus III about his latest work, "The Garden of Last Days," in which he examines the life of a terrorist who becomes involved in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He also discusses his book "House of Sand and Fog." (June 21)

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'Hail to the Chimp'

See a clip of the videogame "Hail to the Chimp," a presidential party game featuring animals instead of humans. The videogame by Gamecock Media Group will be available on June 24. (June 20)

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U.N. Aid Reaches Myanmar Victims

The United Nations' fleet of 10 helicopters delivers equipment and aid to 50 areas of Myanmar hit by Cyclone Nargis. Nearly a third of those locations had not previously been reached since the storm struck in early May. Courtesy of Reuters.(June 20)

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Kotecki- 06/20/08

Barack Obama opts out of public financing for the general election, and James makes a HUGE announcement!

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Kotecki- 06/20/08

Barack Obama opts out of public financing for the general election, and James makes a HUGE announcement!

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Hands on Gizmos- Wii Fit

WSJ's Andy Jordan reviews the Wii Fit, watching how users put it through its paces in a Nintendo store and at a beer-soaked party. He then tries it himself and finds he'd have been better off being a couch potato. (June 20)

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - June 19

Kotecki's rundown of the hottest and nottest of this week in politics.

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - June 19

Kotecki's rundown of the hottest and nottest of this week in politics.

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Kotecki Blog Intro

J-Ko's blog intro.

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Kotecki Blog Intro

J-Ko's blog intro.

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Scott McClellan Defends Memoir

Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan testifies before the House Judiciary Committee in defense of his book, "What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture of Deception." Video courtesy of Fox News.(June 20)

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Economic Woes Pinch Luxury Retailers

Some high-end retailers may finally be feeling the pain of the slumping economy, as MarketWatch's Stacey Delo reports from Manhattan. (June 20)

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Playback 6/20/08

Barack won't take public financing

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- Banking on the Bounce

Both Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain benefited from a so-called 'bounce' in the polls after winning their respective party's nominations. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says there's more bouncing to come this election season.

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Iowa Gov. On Flood Devastation

CBS News RAW: After a series of devastating floods in many portions of Iowa, Governor Chet Culver (D) says that the damage to cities such as Cedar Rapids has reached billions of dollars.

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India Faces Major Floods

CBS News RAW: Members of India's army and air force have been called to help provide aide to the northern section of this nation, after a series of massive floods have left many villages crippled.

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Ominous Words From Israel

Israel has conducted what U.S. intelligence says was a dress rehearsal for a strike against Iran's nuclear facilities. David Martin spoke to Israel's ambassador to the U.S. in an exclusive interview.

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Bloomberg Blasts Obama Rumors

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg urged Jewish voters in Florida to disregard damaging rumors about presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Israel Rehearses Iran Attack

U.S. intelligence analysts say that nearly 100 Israeli warplanes staged a rehearsal air strike against nuclear facilities in Iran. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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A Future For Clean Coal?

A new ad promises an environmentally friendly method of extracting energy from coal through the process of gasification. But, as Wyatt Andrews reports, there still may be cause for concern.

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Scorching Temps Out West

Temperatures have reached triple digits in California, Arizona and Nevada, as many are struggling to stay cool in record-breaking heat. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Evening News, Pt. 2

Friday: Towns and farms along the Mississippi river inundated. Scorching temperatures out west. Is Israel planning a strike on Iran? Newer, cleaner coal. And a spelling bee for seniors.

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Evening News, Pt. 1

Friday: Towns and farms along the Mississippi river inundated. Scorching temperatures out west. Is Israel planning a strike on Iran? Newer, cleaner coal. And a spelling bee for seniors.

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Evening News, Pt. 3

Friday: Towns and farms along the Mississippi river inundated. Scorching temperatures out west. Is Israel planning a strike on Iran? Newer, cleaner coal. And a spelling bee for seniors.

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Evening News, Pt. 4

Friday: Towns and farms along the Mississippi river inundated. Scorching temperatures out west. Is Israel planning a strike on Iran? Newer, cleaner coal. And a spelling bee for seniors.

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Spirits High As Waters Rise

Flood forecasters no longer expect the Mississippi to crest as highly as it did in the landmark floods of 1993. Harry Smith talks with Clarksville Mayor Jo Anne Smiley about the town's spirits.

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'This Is Our Katrina'

Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin explains to Harry Smith the economic affects of the Midwest floods on his state.

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NASA's 'Eureka' Moment On Mars

NASA's Phoenix lander may have discovered bits of ice in the northern polar region of Mars. CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood talks with Julie Chen about the exciting find.

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U.S. Offers Monetary Incentives To Iran

The United States is offering economic incentives to Iran to curb its nuclear program. "Up to the Minute" Contributor Frank Ucciardo explains.

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MoneyWatch

Amidst news that Israel was practicing defense strikes against oil-rich Iran, barrel prices rose to unprecedented levels. Alexis Christoforous reports on this and more of today's top financial news.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Bear Stearns execs charged with hedge fund fraud; the arrests of 400 real estate brokers for mortgage fraud; and GM will reduce production of its trucks and SUVs.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- Banking on the Bounce

Both Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain benefited from a so-called 'bounce' in the polls after winning their respective party's nominations. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says there's more bouncing to come this election season.

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