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Monday, July 14, 2008

Housing crisis expected to deepen

Politico's Victoria McGrane talks about what the next president can do about the housing crisis...

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Housing crisis expected to deepen

Politico's Victoria McGrane talks about what the next president can do about the housing crisis...

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In Afghanistan, Casings for Cents

Children in Afghanistan are braving gunfire to pick up discarded ammunition casings, which they can sell for scrap. (July 14)

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Bad News Is Good News for Dems

The jarring financial news of the last few days may pay dividends for Democrats this election season, where the White House and Congress are up for grabs. WSJ's Executive Washington Editor, Jerry Seib reports. (July 14)

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The Cost of Corn-Fed Cattle

Watch out meat-lovers. With corn prices doubling since last year, industrial-scale farmers with corn-fed cattle are searching for ways to cut feeding costs -- by introducing cheaper recipes. WSJ's Matt Rivera reports. (July 14)

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Why Biased Media Coverage Matters-ASK THE EXPERT

How does the media portray economic issues? Why does biased media coverage matter? And what would fair and balanced coverage of the economy look like? David Madland of the Center for American Progress offers some answers in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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CEOs see dismal economy- magazine survey

CEOs portray a gloomy forecast for the U.S. economy according to a new survey by Chief Executive Magazine, Ed Kopko, publisher and CEO of the magazine tells Kelsey Hubbard about the survey's results and the CEOs' prescription for future U.S. economic strength.

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Mossberg on iPhone Apps

WSJ's Walt Mossberg talks about the new Apple iPhone's App Store and shares his take on 10 of the third-party programs. (July 14)

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Journalist, Former Press Secretary Tony Snow Dies

Tony Snow, a conservative writer and commentator who sparred with reporters in the White House briefing room during a stint as President Bush's press secretary, dies of colon cancer. Mr. Snow was 53 years old. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 14)

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Anheuser-Busch Doesn't Have Much to Lose

WSJ's Dennis Berman discusses Anheuser-Busch's agreement to be acquired by InBev. In the deal that places an iconic American company in the hands of a Belgian-Brazilian giant, he says, Anheuser-Busch doesn't have much to lose. (July 14)

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Kotecki- 07/14/08

The New Yorker offends everybody, John McCain learns the Internet, and Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to stay in public service.

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Kotecki- 07/14/08

The New Yorker offends everybody, John McCain learns the Internet, and Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to stay in public service.

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Learning to Cha-Cha with Your Chihuahua

At Tokyo's "Bow-Meow World," classrooms are filled with aspiring poodle prancers. In Japan, pet owners are learning to waltz with retrievers, polka with poodles and rumba with dachshunds. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 14)

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Beijing Discards its Recyclers

As it prepares to present a sanitized and modern city during the Olympic Games, Beijing pushes out its thousands of migrant workers that scour the city for recyclable scraps. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 14)

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Perry Putts to Victory at John Deere Classic

After three days at the John Deere Classic in Silvis, Ill., and a three-way tie atop the leaderboard, Kenny Perry comes out on top, beating Brad Adamonis and Jay Williamson. (July 14)

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Tibetan Protesters Go Kicking and Screaming

Nepalese police arrest Tibetans about to stage another protest near the Chinese embassy in capital Kathmandu. Tibetan refugees in Nepal have been staging peaceful demonstrations on a regular basis since March. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 14)

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Prosecutors Seeking to Arrest Sudan's President

International prosecutors are accusing Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of genocide and crimes against humanity in the bloody conflict still raging in Darfur. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 14)

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Betting on Fannie, Freddie Aid; IndyMac's Effect on Banking

Investors bet on the government's actions to shore up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac; banking worries deepen with bust of IndyMac; Anheuser-Busch goes to InBev for $52 billion; Yahoo rejects latest breakup plan from Microsoft and Carl Icahn. (July 14)

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Why Treasury and Fed Backing Fannie, Freddie

WSJ's David Wessel tells Paul Lin why Washington and the Federal Reserve wanted to shore up confidence in mortgage buyers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by providing financial support. (July 14)

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Tony Snow

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Weekend Explorer- Weekend in New York

Be it for sport, solitude or sunbathing, New Yorkers and visitors make the most of every nautical inch the city has to offer.

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That New Yorker Cover...

That New Yorker Cover...

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