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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

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Sudanese President Dances In Darfur

Despite an international indictment on charges of genocide, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the president of Sudan, danced at what appeared to be a mandatory pep-rally in Darfur.

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Gardener Declares War on Japanese Beetle

Watch as organic gardener Steve Stecklow declares war on the Japanese beetles chomping on his garden. (July 22)

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Resignation at a Difficult Time

The mortgage industry is feeling yet another painful moment with the resignation of Jonathan Kempner, President and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association. WSJ's Elizabeth Williamson reports. (July 23)

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A Reality TV School

Want to be on a reality television show? A new Manhattan-based seminar promises to teach you how to wow casting agents and stand out on screen. WSJ's Michelle Kung reports. (July 22)

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Foreign media's obsession with Obama

Politico's Michael Calderone on the foreign media's nonstop Obama coverage...

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Foreign media's obsession with Obama

Politico's Michael Calderone on the foreign media's nonstop Obama coverage...

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James Patterson's Hollywood-Style Writing

During a time people are opting for movies over books, bestselling author James Patterson tells WSJ's Jeff Trachtenberg he writes novels people like to read -- fast-paced and Hollywood-style. He also discusses his new novels. (July 23)

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401(k) Debit Card Controversy

Debit card that allows borrowing from your 401(k) is getting no credit from retirement savings experts, reports Jonathan Burton.

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Ford Pushes European-Style, Small Cars

In response to escalating gas prices, Ford Motor plans to transform three North American truck plants to build small cars developed originally for European markets. WSJ's Matt Dolan discusses the plan with colleague John Stoll. (July 22)

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Phelps Eyes Spitz Gold Medal Record

U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps has a shot at breaking Mark Spitz's record for most gold medals won by an American in a single Olympics. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 22)

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Hagan Contradicted


Kay Hagan claims she'll work across party lines, but her record in the state Senate proves otherwise. Doug Clark of News & Record said that Democrats in the State senate "denied Republicans the chance to debate their budget." (News & Record, June 25, 2008) And, the News & Observer reported "year after year, leaders in the Democrat-controlled state Senate use the rules to close off debate and limit budget amendments." (News & Observer, June 19, 2008)

"You only need to look at the kind of state Senator I've been for the last 10 years to see what kind of U.S. Senator I'll be."
- Kay Hagan


More at www.SayNayToKay.com.

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NCAA 09 Football Ad

EA Sports' new ad campaign for NCAA 09 Football uses actual gamers rather than actors. Video courtesy of Fleishman Hillard. (July 22)

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NCAA 09 Football Ad

EA Sports' new ad campaign for NCAA 09 Football uses actual gamers rather than actors. Video courtesy of Fleishman Hillard. (July 22)

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Obama Sticking to Iraq Timetable

Following a day-long visit to Iraq in which he received a briefing from General David Petraeus, Sen. Barack Obama said that he was still committed to his timetable for a U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 22)

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John McCain's veep search is coming to an end, the Obama campaign bans the wearing of the color green, and Obama's European speech WILL NOT be political.

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John McCain's veep search is coming to an end, the Obama campaign bans the wearing of the color green, and Obama's European speech WILL NOT be political.

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Airlines Jump on Oil, UAL, JetBlue

Lower oil and second-quarter results from United Airlines and JetBlue help lift the airline sector. MarketWatch's Christopher Hinton has the full airlines report. (July 22)

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Tropical Storm Dolly Heads for Texas

Tropical Storm Dolly is heading for southern Texas after passing through the resorts of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. It's expected to become a hurricane before hitting land near Brownsville. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 22)

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Tuesday's News Roundup

Wachovia slashes its dividend and reports a loss, while airlines contend with surging fuel costs and Yahoo reports after the bell. Kelsey Hubbard details the day's headlines. (July 22)

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RNC Preparations Under Way

Although the Republican National Convention is still weeks away, preparations are under way at the Xcel Energy Center in St Paul, Minn. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 22)

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Talk of a McCain VP Pick a Media Scene-Stealer

Sen. Barack Obama is earning press on his Iraq trip, where he is meeting with American and Iraqi leaders. Meanwhile, Sen. John McCain may steal the media as rumors surface that he is closing in on a runningmate. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 22)

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Schools Expanding Learning Time

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/07/elt_report1.html What do we really know about the expansion of learning time? While research has long supported a correlation between time and learning, we must ask what more we know today than we did in 1983 when A Nation At Risk was released. Are schools and districts really implementing a longer school day or year, and if so, how is the time being used? What funding structures exist to support the expansion of learning time? And what policies can support expansion of effective efforts? Featured Panelists: Gretchen Bueter, Principal, Grove Patterson Elementary School, Toledo, Ohio Carmel Martin, General Counsel and Chief Education Advisor, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee Elena Rocha, Education Consultant Marguerite Roza, Research Associate Professor, Center on Reinventing Public Education, University of Washington Moderated by: Cynthia G. Brown, Director of Education Policy, Center for American Progress

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Obama's Iraq Trip, A Commander-in-Chief Test

Sen. Barack Obama's meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is aimed at boosting the presidential candidate's foreign policy credentials. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 22)

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Fugitive Charged with Bosnian War Crimes Arrested

Radovan Karadzic, wanted for allegedly ordering civilian massacres that left thousands dead in wartime Bosnia, has been arrested. Karadzic had been underground as a fugitive since 1997. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 22)

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Media Darling

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Michael Steele at the Young America's Foundation's National High School Leadership Conference




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The Thain Era at Merrill

John Thain has presided over one of Merrill Lynch's darkest periods. David Weidner breaks it down. (July 22)

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Erika Lovely interviews T. Boone Pickens on his plan for energy independency.

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Erika Lovely interviews T. Boone Pickens on his plan for energy independency.

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Erika Lovely interviews T. Boone Pickens on his plan for energy independency.

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T. Boone Pickens' energy plan

Politico's Erika Lovley talks about T.Boone Pickens' plan to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil.

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T. Boone Pickens' energy plan

Politico's Erika Lovley talks about T.Boone Pickens' plan to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil.

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Urbaneye- UrbanEye- A Coney Island Weekend

Melena Ryzik reports from Coney Island, which hosts the Siren Music Festival, a volleyball tournament and the opening of a new roller rink.

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