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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Softball with James Kotecki

James sits down for a chat with Politico's Daniel Libit.

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Obama Offers View on Israel, Iran

US Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama in Israel reaffirmed his support for US backing of the Jewish state and offered his view on Iran. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 23)

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WSJ-NBC Poll Reveals a Surprise

A Wall Street Journal-NBC poll shows a surprising finding: that half those surveyed are focusing on Barack Obama as they make their decision, versus about 25 percent for John McCain. WSJ's Jerry Seib reports. (July 24)

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Like a Warm Cup of Coffee

Word of Starbucks store closings have people rallying in protest. WSJ's Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger talks with Kelsey Hubbard about how we've become a Starbucks nation. (July 24)

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A Solution to Probation Violations

An innovative program in Hawaii offers a model for fixing the nation's troubled probation system by using "flash incarceration", short but immediate jail sentences for any probation violation. (July 23)

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Yankees' Historic New Home

The sports professor, Rick Harrow, visits the Yankee Stadium and speaks with HOK Sport's Earl Santee to learn more about the historic new home. Video courtesy of Fox Sports. (July 23)

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Women Vulnerable in Recession

A new government report says women are more vulnerable in a recession. We turned to the experts at Spherion to talk tips on retaining a job and getting a job in a tough economic environment. Stacey Delo reports.

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Consumer Electronics' Market Outlook

Christopher Hinton interviews Philips Electronics CEO Scott Weisenhoff, who talks about the company's growth and diversification, the outlook for consumer electronics, energy-efficient products and M&A speculation. (July 23)

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XM, Sirius to Merge

Once rival satellite radio companies, XM and Sirius, are on the verge of merging after more than 500 days of talks. WSJ's Dennis Berman and Heidi Moore discuss the impending union. (July 23)

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Gates, Bloomberg Fight Smoking

Microsoft founder Bill Gates and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announce a partnership to get people to quit smoking. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 23)

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Gadget of the Week- Good Listener

Barron's Jay Palmer reviews Garmin's newest GPS navigation device and tests its voice recognition system.

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Mossberg- Apple's MobileMe Needs Fixing

Walt Mossberg says at $100 a year, Apple's MobileMe service sounds great, but doesn't work. MobileMe was created to automatically push new email, contacts and calendar events to your Mac, PC, iPhone and iPod touch. (July 24)

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Beijing's Grey Skies Raise Question- Fog or Smog? (Spanish)

Beijing residents and visitors wonder what makes up the murky haze that has shrouded the Olympic city. Andy Jordan reports from Beijing. (July 18)

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Beige Book's Gloomy Picture

The Fed's Beige Book report paints a gloomy picture: the economy is slowing down, particularly in the manufacturing and housing sectors, while pricing pressure is going up. WSJ's Phil Izzo reports. (July 23)

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Lieberman's Jewish Problem



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Floods in China Trap School Kids

Heavy rainstorms and resulting floods have killed at least six people in central China's Hubei province. Almost 600,000 people have been affected and floods inundated 36 school buildings. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 23)

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Texans Brace Themselves for Hurricane Dolly Floods

With forecasters predicting Hurricane Dolly could dump 15 to 20 inches of rain, Texans prepare themselves to ride out the storm. They are stocking up on gasoline, propane and drinking water. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 23)

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David Bender w. Jim Dean



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David Bender w. Debra Bowen



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Parsing McDonald's Strong Sales Growth

McDonald's posts strong quarterly numbers -- $1.19 billion in profits -- led by sales overseas and new menu items. Bonnie Riggs, restaurant industry analyst at NPD Group, discusses the results with Kelsey Hubbard. (July 23)

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Wednesday's News Roundup

McDonald's posts a profit, while Toyota slashes its full-year sales outlook and GM's quarterly sales fall 5%. Plus, Amazon takes the stage after the bell. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (July 23)

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Jon Friedman's Media Web Minute

The Nation -- arguably the most asexual magazine out there -- is adding a sex column in an attempt to woo readers. Jon Friedman reports. (July 23)

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Singh Survives Vote, Nuclear Pact Progresses

India's government survives a no-confidence vote, providing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with the backing to secure a nuclear deal with the U.S. Now it is up to Congress to approve the pact. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 23)

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How Healthy Is Your Car?

That new-car smell could actually indicate a form of "indoor pollution." Paul Lin reports. (July 23)

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