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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Barack Obama, a product of the 1960s?

Four decades after the radical 60s, Barack Obama remains vulnerable to its legacy. Daniel Henninger, Wonder Land columnist, speaks with Paul Lin. (July 10)

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The Stories Behind Fantasy's Tipsters

WSJ's Fantasy Sports expert Nando Di Fino reports from the Fantasy Sports Trade Association Business Conference and Research Symposium. He speaks to some of the industry's biggest tipsters about how they got their start. (July 10)

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Test-Firings, A Foreign-Policy Test for Candidates

WSJ's Jay Solomon discusses his article on how Iran's missile test-firings is impacting the U.S. presidential campaign. He reports the test-firings highlight Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain's different foreign-policy positions. (July 10)

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Message About Al Qaeda Reason Behind Climb

A man climbs part way up The New York Times' 52-story building, becoming the third person to scale the skyscraper in the last five weeks. The climber said his mission was to raise awareness about al Qaeda. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 9)

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The Tour de France, A Big Deal

The Massif Central region of France is a sleepy little area. That is, until the Tour de France rolls through. Video courtesy Bicycling.com. (July 10)

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RFK, Jr. with Vincent Bugliosi



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RFK, Jr. - Exxon's Free Pass



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Energy's Superconductor Solution

As the country's electric-power infrastructure ages and demand for energy grows, Holbrook Superconductor in Long Island may have a possible high-tech solution in the form of stainless steel tubes, carrying 400,000 volts. Steve Gelsi reports. (July 9)

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Oil's Correction Called Temporary

The recent correction in oil prices is temporary given that the fundamentals remain the same, according to Ron Ianeri, chief market strategist at Options University, who also talks about the Fed, inflation and the weaker picture for the U.S. dollar.

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Five Vaccines for Adults

Watch a video about five important vaccines for adults, including those for whooping cough, tetanus and mumps. Dr. Sapna Parikh reports. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 9)

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Earnings and Economic Outlook

Merk Investments Chief Economist Joseph Brusuelas tells Paul Lin he'll be focused on jobless claims and retail data Thursday, and earnings in coming days from General Electric and the financial sector to gauge the health of the U.S. economy. (July 9)

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Heritage in Focus Cuban Embargo

Cuban Embargo, Heritage in Focus

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T. Boone Pickens Isn't In It For The Money

Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens says his "Pickens Plan" to increase the role of natural gas and wind power as energy sources is not a play for personal gain. Steve Gelsi reports. (July 9)

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Heritage in Focus- SCHIP Reauthorization

Heritage in Focus: SCHIP Reauthorization

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Rudy's Man For McCain



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Crude Oil Inventory Tells a Tale

Oil trader Anthony Grisanti discusses the latest oil inventory report and what it means for prices. Steve Gelsi reports. (July 9)

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Kotecki- 07/09/08

John McCain is up with a new ad, John Edwards says he'd consider the VP slot (again!), and Barack Obama tells some young people that they're probably bad at rap.

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Kotecki- 07/09/08

John McCain is up with a new ad, John Edwards says he'd consider the VP slot (again!), and Barack Obama tells some young people that they're probably bad at rap.

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John McCain- Courageous Service



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Jobs for America Presentation



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Iran in Missile Test Launch

State media reports test firing of nine weapons, including one capable of reaching Israel and U.S. military bases. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 9)

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Alcoa Earnings Beat Expectations

Alcoa better-than-expected second-quarter results kick off Wednesday's top business update from Paul Lin. (July 9)

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Playback 7/9/08

Iraq calls for time tables

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ESPN has a problem

ESPN, the self-proclaimed "Worldwide Leader in Sports" could get a new, unwanted slogan -- Sports' Leader in Embarrassing Incidents -- as its desire to have a culture of controversy has backfired. (July 9)

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