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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Reporter's Notebook- Obama in Berlin

Barack Obama addressed over 200,000 people, according to German estimates, in what looked like a street festival in typical German style.

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Soccer Teams Scouting American Talent (Spanish)

Some of the world's greatest soccer teams are coming to America in search of talent. Tony Carr, a scout for English soccer club West Ham, speaks with WSJ's Jon Weinbach. (July 25)

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Olympians, AVP Players Dig Fantasy Volleyball

Fantasy sports expert Nando Di Fino speaks with Olympic beach volleyball players and other contenders at the AVP Brooklyn Open about whether they'd like to see a revival of AVP's beach volleyball fantasy game. (July 24)

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ZipRealty CEO- Housing Bill Critical

The housing bill is critical to stabilizing the market and keeping foreclosure numbers from rising, says ZipRealty CEO Pat Lashinsky, whose site is seeing about 35 to 40% of transactions coming from foreclosure activity. Stacey Delo reports.

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End of the Reagan Revolution

The housing and financial crisis may be finishing off the Reagan Revolution, the movement of smaller government and lighter regulation that has defined governance for the past 25 years. WSJ's Bob Davis reports. (July 25)

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Brunonia Barry's 'The Lace Reader'

Author Brunonia Barry speaks with WSJ's Bob Hughes about her latest book, "The Lace Reader". As Barry explains, she set out to write the "hero's journey for women." (July 25)

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'Step Brothers'

See a clip from the film "Step Brothers." Video courtesy of Sony Pictures. (July 25)

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'Brideshead Revisited'

See a clip from the film "Brideshead Revisited." Video courtesy of Miramax Films. (July 25)

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J.C. Penney Unveils New Designer Exclusive

U.S. retailers are pulling out all stops to lure back-to-school shoppers. Andria Cheng speaks to Ken Hicks, president and chief merchandising officer of J.C. Penney about Fabulosity, designed by Kimora Lee Simmons.

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The Movie 'Boy A'

See a clip from the film "Boy A." Video courtesy of The Weinstein Company. (July 25)

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The Movie 'Baghead'

See a clip from the film "Baghead." Video courtesy of Sony Pictures Classic. (July 25)

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Soccer Teams Scouting American Talent

Some of the world's greatest soccer teams are coming to America in search of talent. Tony Carr, a scout for English soccer club West Ham, speaks with WSJ's Jon Weinbach. (July 25)

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Ford's Long-Term Challenge

Standard & Poor's Robert Schulz says Ford's plans to dramatically shift production away from trucks and SUVs underscores a permanent shift in consumer behavior. Stacey Delo reports.

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Martin Puris Is Back with BMW

BMW is bringing back Martin Puris, the adman who created its famous tagline "the ultimate driving machine" in the 1960s, for a new ad campaign to run during the premier of the TV show "Mad Men". (July 25)

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A Grueling Race in Montana

Imagine doing an Ironman triathlon at extreme elevations, everday for 10 days straight. That's what it's like competing in Primal Quest, a 500-mile race through Montana's back country. WSJ's Alexandra Alter reports. (July 25)

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Savoring the 'Art' of Wine

As "Tastings" columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher explain, good wine is someone's passion. Savor the "art" of small production wines with these select choices from California. (July 25)

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Cheap Airfare Tough to Find

The latest numbers show that airline ticket prices jumped 4.4% over a year ago. Are cheap airfares a thing of the past? Rick Seaney, CEO of FareCompare.com speaks with WSJ reporter Matt Phillips. (July 24)

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Obama Calls for Stronger U.S.-Europe Ties

In a speech before an estimated crowd of 200,000 in Berlin, Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama makes an impassioned call for rejuvenated U.S.-European ties, saying "There is no challenge too great for a world that stands as one."(July 24)

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McEnroe Rescues Tennis Ad Campaign

When Justin Gimelstob ruined a hot ad campaign for the U.S. Tennis Association when he made a series of expletives on a radio show, former tennis star John McEnroe had to come to the rescue. WSJ's Matthew Futterman reports. (July 25)

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'Stephen King's N' Trailer

Watch a clip from the new original series "Stephen King's N". (July 25)

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Michael Steele Guest Hosts the Hannity & Colmes Show




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Batman- Gotham Knight' Animated Movie

Can't get enough of Batman? Check out a clip from the new, straight-to-video animated movie "Batman: Gotham Knight". (June 25)

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Ford to Overhaul its North American Production

Ford posts an $8.7 billion second-quarter loss and unveils details of a plan to radically alter its North American product portfolio. Jeff Bennett reports. (July 24)

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Jeremy Scahill on War Contractors



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The Slattery Gas Tax


Lawyer-lobbyist Jim Slattery's misleading attack ad conceals Slattery's own record of supporting a higher federal gas tax. The last time Congress raised the gas tax, Jim Slattery voted for it -- his opponent Pat Roberts opposed the tax hike.

Now you know Jim Slattery's real record of increasing your cost at the pump.

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EnerNoc Plugs a Smarter Grid

Its chief executive sees opportunities for businesses to save money and grow efficiency. (July 24)

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Colombia- Hostage Rescue & What Lies Ahead

http://www.americanprogress.org/projects/americas/index.html On July 2, Colombian military intelligence and Special Forces liberated 3 U.S. hostages, former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, and 11 Colombian police and soldiers who had been held by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia for as many as 11 years. The Americas Project at the Center for American Progress hosted Colombian Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos for a discussion of the hostage rescue mission and other recent severe blows against the FARC and their implications for efforts to bring Colombia's long history of illegal armed conflict to a close. Introduction by: Dan Restrepo, Director, The Americas Project, at the Center for American Progress Distinguished Speaker: Juan Manuel Santos, Minister of National Defense of Colombia

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State of the Media Industry

Jon Friedman talks with Anthony DiClemente from Lehman Brothers about the "Dark Knight," the media industry, and what his current stock picks are.

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Mossberg on Apple's New MobileMe

Is MobileMe a dud? WSJ's Walt Mossberg shares his thoughts on Apple's new web service. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 24)

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NY Wants Real Leadership




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Japan Quake Hurts Many, Shuts Plants

A 6.8 earthquake jolted northern Japan, injuring at least 99 people and affecting output at some high-tech factories. Hundreds were trapped in trains after the quake struck. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 24)

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David Bender w. Markos Moulitsas



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Sports Fans Camp Out for Olympics Tickets

Nearly 10,000 people are queuing outside an Olympics tickets booth in Beijing to try to buy the last batch of Games tickets. Seven million tickets have already been sold, but this final block will go on sale Friday. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 24)

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Indonesian Pilot Accused of 'Deliberate Crash'

Indonesian airline Captain Marwoto Komar is being prosecuted for negligence and deliberately causing a crash that left 21 dead. Prosecutors say he ignored repeated warnings from his co-pilot and on-board systems. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 24)

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The Deconstruction Zone - July 23, Veepstakes

Josh Kraushaar and Jonathan Martin discuss the VP vetting process, where we are and where it needs to be for both candidates.

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Hurricane Dolly's Damage

Hurricane Dolly took hours to make landfall in Texas, but when she did blow onto shore, her winds topped 100 miles per hour. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 24)

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Obama Reassures Israel, McCain Escalates Criticism

Sen. Barack Obama ends his Mideast tour, where he reiterated his commitment to Israel. Meanwhile, Sen. John McCain escalated his criticism of Obama's foreign-policy credentials. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 24)

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Thursday's News Roundup

The earnings parade continues, with results from 3M, Ford, Southwest Airlines and more. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi examines the day's headlines. (July 24)

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Softball - Bush Flair

James Kotecki interviews Politico's own Daniel Libit about his recent search for pieces of flair in Senate offices.

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OBAMA IN BERLIN- Ich Bin Ein Obamaniac

OBAMA IN BERLIN: Ich Bin Ein Obamaniac

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