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Monday, July 21, 2008

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McCain's Jujitsu

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Liz Ann Sonders talks economics

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Obama and Iraq

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LA Looks to Ban Fast Food

In an effort to fight obesity, Los Angeles is proposing to ban fast food restaurants in one neighborhood, tapping into a tougher attitude toward fast food. WSJ's Sarah McBride reports. (July 22)

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Cambodia's Recent Revival

After enduring one of the worst genocides in history, a new Cambodia now features skyscrapers, foreign investors and stability. This week's national election will serve to show just how far the country has come. (July 22)

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Thwarting Identity Theft

There's no way to prevent identity theft. Or is there? Bo Holland, CEO of Debix, tells MarketWatch's Andrea Coombes that lenders should check in with consumers before extending credit. His company's product aims to automate that process.

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A 'Perfect' Democratic Running Mate

As a West Point grad and a former Army paratrooper, Democratic Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island has "the perfect profile to engage Republicans" on Iraq. WSJ's Jerry Seib explains. (July 22)

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Positioned for Recession

Market strategist Joe Battipaglia of Stifel Nicolaus Private Client Group tells Paul Lin we may be in the midst of the toughest recession in decades, with little pickup in profits until 2009.

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More Room for MSFT Deal

Citi analyst Mark Mahaney says the addition of Carl Icahn to Yahoo's board leaves opportunity open for a deal with Microsoft. He expects to see some weakness in Yahoo's earnings related to display ads. Stacey Delo reports.

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Insurance Company Rules



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Auction Rate Securities



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RFK, Jr. - Mercury Restrictions



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Stocks Await This Week's Earnings

Merk Investments Chief Economist Joe Brusuellas says the markets are treading water ahead of Wachovia and WaMu earnings reports Tuesday. He offers an outlook for the duration of the Bear Market and the housing market. Stacey Delo reports. (July 21)

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Tom Udall's Pay Bias


As attorney general, Tom Udall paid women as much as $3,200 less than men. He was accused of pay bias and 45 of his employees petitioned Udall to discuss the allegations.

More at UdallAgainstUsAll.com.

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Roche's Genentech Bid, No Ordinary Offer

Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche offers to buy the roughly 44% of U.S. biotech firm Genentech it doesn't already own for nearly $44 billion. WSJ's Jacob Goldstein says this is no ordinary offer and tells us what we can expect. (July 21)

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KoteckiTV- 07/21/08

Barack Obama is traveling abroad, Iraq's Prime Minister seems to support Obama's troop withdrawal plan, and Dr. James Dobson says . . . something.

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Barack Obama is traveling abroad, Iraq's Prime Minister seems to support Obama's troop withdrawal plan, and Dr. James Dobson says . . . something.

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Hollywood Learns Respect

The Dark Knight becomes a successful blockbuster -- without exploiting Heath Ledger's untimely death. Jon Friedman takes note. (July 21)

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China's Olympic Air Security

With less than three weeks to go until the start of the Olympic Games, security in China has become of paramount importance. Airports in Beijing, Shanghai and other cities have implemented new security measures. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 21)

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Gunfight in Lebanese Camp

Palestinian families living in the Ein el Hilweh refugee camp in Sidon, Lebanon, are terrified by a gun battle between members of the Palestinian Fatah group and a Sunni Islamist group inspired by al Qaeda. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 21)

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A Look Ahead at Apple

Earnings from Google and Microsoft were disappointing, but Apple is on deck to report strong growth, according to Darren Chervitz, portfolio manager of the Jacob Internet Fund. (July 21)

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Johnson Wins First Tournament on PGA Tour

Richard S. Johnson wins his first tournament on the PGA Tour. Johnson birdied three of his last four holes to shoot 6-under par 64, winning the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee by a stroke over Ken Duke. (July 21)

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Monday Morning's News Outlook

Bank of America's drop in earnings surpasses estimates; Yahoo makes peace with Carl Icahn; Merck, Schering Plough delay reports until after the close of trade to await drug study; Apple is set to post its earnings. Kelsey Hubbard reports.

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The Price of Information Pollution

Excessive emails, text messages and phone calls all lead to information overload, according to Jonathan Spira of research firm Basex, who tells Kelsey Hubbard how information pollution is costing business in terms of productivity. (July 21)

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SUSTAINABLE SECURITY- Humanity as a Weapon of War

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/06/sustainable_security2.html The increasing involvement of the U.S. armed forces in addressing the basic human needs of civilians abroad represents one of the most profound changes in U.S. strategic thought and practice in at least a generation. The Pentagon is recognizing that conventional �kinetic� military operations, which utilize armed force through direct action to kill or capture the enemy, have limited utility in countering the threats posed by militant extremism. Therefore, they are searching for�and finding��non-kinetic� options other than the use of force to tackle the non-violent components of pressing security problems, both in and out of warzones. This may seem like an appropriate approach to America's new security challenges in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but it is not without controversy. The increasing involvement of the U.S. military in civilian assistance activities has launched a contentious debate about the role of the military in global development, and the relevance of global development to American national security. Non-governmental organizations argue that the �militarization� of development assistance threatens to undermine the moral imperatives of poverty reduction, the neutral provision of emergency relief, and the security of civilian aid workers in the field. Non-military government agencies, most prominently the U.S. State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development, have demonstrated a complex ambivalence about the subject. Even as their bureaucracies have changed to accommodate the military's growing role in providing assistance, some rank-and-file staff at USAID have argued that the military's programs do not constitute �real development� work, while a vocal minority of foreign service officers in the State Department have protested their deployment to promote political reconciliation in active warzones as hazardous assignments inappropriate for professional dipl

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SUSTAINABLE SECURITY- Humanity as a Weapon of War

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/06/sustainable_security2.html "Humanity as a Weapon of War" is a new report from the Center for American Progress that looks at the U.S. military's emerging trend of using humanitarian assistance to achieve strategic objectives. It examines the U.S. Defense Department's efforts to counter threats such as extremism, poor governance and human suffering by aiding indigenous populations, and considers the use of development activities performed by civilian agencies to achieve the same goal. Based on original research conducted on the ground in East Africa and at US military commands around the world, this report argues that the military's efforts to achieve security through development can only be successful if they are rooted in a global strategy that puts development priorities, or "human security," first.

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Taking a Long-Term Approach

In a bear market, it's a mistake to allow emotions to influence your investments, according to Gerry Klingman, founder and president of Klingman & Associates and financial advisor at Raymond James. (July 21)

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Obama's Mideast Tour

Sen. Barack Obama has so far received a warm response in the Middle East. But in Iraq today, the stakes will be higher as he argues for the withdrawal of troops, who he says should shift to Afghanistan. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 21)

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Do You Want to Know What Your Genes Say? ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.scienceprogress.org/ Why is direct-to-consumer genetic testing an important issue right now? Why have come states clamped down on new companies offering personalized genetic testing? And what policies can ensure that consumers benefit from safe and accurate genetic testing? CAP's Rick Weiss answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series. www.americanprogress.org

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Colombians Demand End to Guerrilla War

After 44 years of guerrilla war, Colombians say they have had enough. Thousands took to the streets to demand an end to kidnappings that plague the country. Currently, 2,800 people are being held captive. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 21)

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Business- The Debt Trap

Last summer Amy and Robert Ahleman were late with their mortgage payment. Now they are on the verge of losing their dream home.

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John McCain - Keep Your Mitts Off Our Money

At a Denver town hall meeting on July 7, John McCain called Social Security an "absolute disgrace." The Alliance for Retired Americans doesn't think so, and nether do the people of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.

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McCain's Social Security Disgrace

At a Denver town hall meeting on July 7, John McCain called Social Security an "absolute disgrace." The Alliance for Retired Americans doesn't think so, and nether do the people of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.

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