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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Fannie and Fred's Anti-Regulation Lobby

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's formidable lobbying operation has helped fight regulation for years. But their dire situation mean their latest arguments are falling on deaf ears. WSJ's Elizabeth Williamson reports. (July 18)

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Congress Issues New Ethics Guidelines

WSJ's Elizabeth Williamson discusses new ethics guidelines just issued by Congress and what they mean for the Democratic and Republican conventions this summer. (July 18)

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Cross-party VP picks

Politico's David Paul Kuhn talks about the probability of a bipartisan ticket....

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Cross-party VP picks

Politico's David Paul Kuhn talks about the probability of a bipartisan ticket....

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David Byrne's Bike Racks

Former Talking Heads frontman and bicycling enthusiast, David Byrne, takes a ride out to Brooklyn to show off his latest project, designer bike racks. WSJ's Reed Albergotti reports. (July 18)

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Truth vs. Ronnie Musgrove's "Fiscal Common Sense"


During Ronnie Musgrove's term as Governor, Mississippi went from having an approximately $230 million surplus to having a budget deficit estimated at up to $700 million.

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.

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'NCAA Football 09'

Watch a clip from the new video game "NCAA Football 09" by Electronic Arts. (July 18)

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'[Title of Show]'

Watch a clip from the latest Broadway musical "[Title of Show]". (July 18)

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - July 17

James Kotecki combines Jesse Ventura, Gay Adoption, and Welcome Back Cotter into the hottest and nottest of the week... but what goes where?

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Catching a Mega-Marlin

People come from all over the world to Kailua Kona Harbor, Hawaii hoping to catch the "big one", blue marlins or granders. Some are fortunate enough to find the hulking fish. Most are not. (July 18)

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Paid For By Jeff Merkley For Oregon?


Jeff Merkley should have paid for ads promoting his campaign for Senate, and Oregon newspapers called him out on his violation of federal law.

www.MustTaxMerkley.com




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'American Teen'

See a clip from the film "American Teen." Video courtesy of Paramount Vantage. (July 18)

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Stage 17- From Embrun to L'Alpe D'Huez

A preview of the 130-mile 17th stage, from Embrun to L'Alpe D'Huez, that reaches altitudes of up to 2645 meters along its route. Video courtesy of Bicycling.com. (July 17)

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Stage 16- From Cuneo to Jausiers

A preview of the 16th stage at the Tour de France, from Cuneo to Jausiers, featuring high mountain passes over a distance of 97 miles. Video courtesy of Bicycling.com. (July 17)

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Cost Savings on Home Selling

Owners.com CEO Steve Udelson says the down cycle of the housing market is benefiting his business, which allows sellers to place homes in the MLS for a flat fee and avoid hefty agents' fees. Stacey Delo reports.

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Choosing Cottages Over McMansions

WSJ's Sara Lin looks into quirky Craftsman-style cottages outside of Seattle, where residents have chosen expensive cottages over McMansions, because they take up less room and use less energy. (July 18)

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OHM XU450- Putting the Electric Bike to the Test

WSJ's David Patton puts OHM Cycle's new electric-assist hybrid bicycle to the test. Riding the OHM XU450, he challenges colleague Reed Albergotti, an amateaur cyclist with a Ridley Noah, up what he calls "heartbreak hill." (July 17)

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Get More for Your College Degree

A college degree may not take you as far as you'd expect. However, WSJ's Jennifer Merritt reports on a few fields where a bachelor's degree still remains a worthy investment. (July 17)

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Giving the Gift of Wine

Grateful patients are thanking their doctors with bottles of wine. "Tastings" columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher share a few choices to consider. (July 18)

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Low-Carb and Mediterranean Diets, Good Alternatives

WSJ's Jacob Goldstein discusses how one study shows that overweight people on low-carbohydrate and Mediterranean diets lost more weight and got greater cardiovascular benefits than people on a conventional low-fat diet. (July 17)

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'The Dark Knight'

A scene from "The Dark Knight", the latest installment of the Batman film series. Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures. (July 17)

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No Woods, Perry at British Open

With Tiger Woods out for the year and Kenny Perry not competing, has the British Open lost some of its luster? Golf analyst Jon Bloom weighs in. Video courtesy of Fox Sports. (July 17)

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Kotecki- 07/17/08

Charlie Rangel draws criticism for his �Rangel Center�, but sketchy solicitations are common these days. Also, China might go to the moon.

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Kotecki- 07/17/08

Charlie Rangel draws criticism for his �Rangel Center�, but sketchy solicitations are common these days. Also, China might go to the moon.

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U.S. Changes Tehran Tactic, Sends Envoy

U.S. Under Secretary of State William Burns will meet with Iran Chief Nuclear Negotiator Saeed Jalili in Geneva, Switzerland, to discuss an incentives package encouraging Tehran to suspend its nuclear program. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 17)

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Changing Conditions in Iraq and Afghanistan

Military officials say improving security conditions in Iraq may allow some troop withdrawals from Iraq, but resurgent Taliban and Al-Qaeda forces have grown bolder and may mean a troop increase in Afghanistan. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 17)

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Obama Promises to Secure Nuclear Material

Sen. Barack Obama says if elected, he will rid the world of terrorists armed with homemade nuclear bombs using the money it takes to maintain combat operations in Iraq. Rival Sen. John McCain scoffed at the idea. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 17)

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Musicians Shot in Jordan

A Jordanian gunman opens fire and injures at least six musicians after a concert. The incident took place in Amman after a performance by the Amman symphony orchestra with a Lebanese choir. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 17)

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Expecting Google to Gain Traction

Jeff Lindsay, analyst at Sanford Bernstein, said he's more bullish on Google's earnings prospects than others on Wall Street. He expects it to benefit from YouTube advertising efforts and its DoubleClick acquisition. (July 17)

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Lebanese Prisoners Return to Hero's Welcome

Lebanese prisoners freed as part of a prisoner swap deal with Israel receive a hero's welcome in Beirut. In return, Hezbollah hands over two dead Israeli soldiers. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 17)

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San Francisco Climbs to Top Walking Spot

The City by the Bay beats the Big Apple to be named the most walkable of 40 cities surveyed by WalkScore.com. Kristen Gerencher reports. (July 17)

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Bulls Maintain Their Stride

Better-than-expected results from J.P. Morgan Chase and United Technologies boost the bulls on Wall Street. (July 17)

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Pickin' on McCain

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