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Thursday, July 10, 2008

Why the American League Dominates

The American League consistently trumps the National League whenever the two meet, including during the annual All-Star Game. WSJ's Darren Everson speaks to baseball insiders about the reason behind the streak. (July 11)

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Hellboy II- The Golden Army'

See a clip from the film "Hellboy II: The Golden Army." Video courtesy of Universal Pictures. (July 11)

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'Meet Dave'

See a clip from the film "Meet Dave." Video courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox. (July 11)

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'Journey to the Center of the Earth'

See a clip from the film "Journey to the Center of the Earth." Video courtesy of New Line Cinema. (July 11)

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God's Children (Spanish)



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Fighting the odds for Obama in Kansas

The long odds against a Barack Obama victory in Kansas haven't deterred residents like John Patterson, who showed off his operation outside a fireworks sale on the Fourth of July. (Video by Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

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Nike Targets Olympic Crowd (Spanish)

Nike is using the Beijing Olympics as a springboard to help it gain a larger share of the Chinese market. It is sponsoring 22 of the 28 Chinese sports federations from basketball to weightlifting. MarketWatch's Andria Cheng reports. (May 10)

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Bourgogne Blancs, A Reliable Wine

WSJ's Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher taste the best of Bourgogne Chardonnay. They say the 2005 and 2006 Bourgogne Blancs they tasted sing with food, have great acidity and taste like real fruit. (July 11)

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Nimble Thumb Skills

Contestants, ranging in age from 14 to 28, battled in New York City to see who would be this year's LG National Texting Champion. WSJ's Michelle Kung reports. (July 10)

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Bringing American Cheerleading to China

Watch as Olympic cheerleaders -- trained by the New England Patriots cheerleading squad -- fuse East and West as they prepare for next month's opening ceremony in Beijing. (July 10)

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Neighbors Buzzing about Backyard Beehives

As honeybees mysteriously abandon commercial hives, nature lovers around America are trying to replenish the bee population with backyard hives, stirring up trouble with their neighbors. WSJ's Rob Tomsho reports. (July 11)

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A Nuclear Family Vacation



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Anticipating the 3G iPhone

Apple hopes the new iPhone will lead to new market success. MarketWatch's Rex Crum reports.

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Pap w. Peter Askin - "Trumbo"



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Forget Globalization, Think 'Globality'

Emerging-markets companies like Tata and Gazprom are expanding aggressively abroad, in some cases taking on developed-economy powerhouses. Boston Consulting Group's Jim Hemerling looks at the next wave of global competitors.

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Kotecki- 07/10/08

Jesse Jackson slips up on Fox News, Jesse Ventura might run for Senate, and Germans are divided about Barack Obama speaking at a symbol of unity.

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Kotecki- 07/10/08

Jesse Jackson slips up on Fox News, Jesse Ventura might run for Senate, and Germans are divided about Barack Obama speaking at a symbol of unity.

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Tech Diary- Lost in Translation

Visitors to the Olympics may not want to navigate the roads, but most taxi drivers don't speak English. Text message services are stepping in as translators. Andy Jordan reports. (July 10)

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Rice- 'Iran Is in Violation'

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Iran should have no doubt about the U.S. commitment to defend its allies from possible attack. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 10)

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Dow's Rohm & Haas Premium

Dow Chemical announces it will buy Rohm & Haas for $78 a share, or 24% higher than the stock's all-time high. Analysts sulk, but the chemical giant says it got a good deal. (July 10)

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Thailand's Wind Power Revolution and Evolution

Thailand develops its own variation of turbine to make the most of its low but constant coastal winds. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 10)

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Iran Tests More Rockets

Iran tested more missiles in the Persian Gulf a day after drawing Western criticism for test-firing nine rockets. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 10)

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Stocks Unmoved by Deal and Sales News

Better-than-expected same-store sales from Wal-Mart and a major merger in the industrial sector aren't doing much to lift Wall Street's overall mood, reports Steve Gelsi. (July 10)

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Jesse Jackson's Controversial Hot-Mic Remarks

When he thought a microphone was turned off, Jesse Jackson whispered remarks about Barack Obama that had him apologizing even before the comments were broadcast. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 10)

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Playback 7/10/08

Uh oh, was that thing on?

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