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Friday, July 25, 2008

Bargain in the Shoe Bin

European Editor Vito Racanelli discusses Italian shoemaker GEOX whose growing legion of fans do not include investors. (July 26)

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CQ Politics Analysis- Congressional Races Going Dems' Way

CQ Politics recently changed the ratings of 14 Congressional races. A majority of the changes favor the Democrats. CQ Politics politics editor Bob Benenson explains what's behind the Dems' gains.

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El Paso's Revival

This border city, once the thriving commercial hub of the U.S. Southwest, is reviving its moribund downtown with the help of some native benefactors. WSJ's Kris Hudson reports. (July 26)

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Remembering Randy Pausch

Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist died of cancer Friday. He was 47 years old. WSJ's Jeffrey Zallow remembers a man who inspired so many with a lasting final lecture and a best-selling book. (July 25)

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France's Sarkozy Welcomes Obama

Sen. Barack Obama receives a warm reception at the Elysee Palace from French President Nicolas Sarkozy. Meanwhile, Sen. John McCain speaks to the national convention of the American GI Forum in Denver. (July 25)

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Looking Ahead- Macroeconomics Take Focus

It's a big macroeconomic week with more housing data from Case-Shiller and consumer confidence on Monday, but two key data points come later in the week: Unemployment and GDP. Stacey Delo has a look ahead to the week in financial news. (July 25)

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CQ Politics Analysis- Congressional Races Going Dems' Way

CQ Politics recently changed the ratings of 14 Congressional races. A majority of the changes favor the Democrats. CQ Politics politics editor Bob Benenson explains what's behind the Dems' gains.

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1972 Democratic Convention

1972 Democratic nominee George McGovern gives a late-night speech from a platform filled with his scowling party rivals. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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1968 Democratic Convention

In a 1968 Democratic convention speech nominating Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, George McGovern denounces the "Gestapo tactics on the streets of Chicago." Courtesy of Fox News.

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A Guide to Dividend Investing

MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi interviews Vita Nelson, publisher of "The Moneypaper," on the value of investing in dividend-paying stocks during a bear market. (July 25)

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1964 Republican Convention

At the 1964 Republican convention in San Francisco, presidential nominee Barry Goldwater proclaims that "extremism in defense of liberty is no vice." Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Sen. Zell Miller in 2004

At the 2004 Republican Convention in New York, Sen. Zell Miller of Georgia denounces Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry. Video Courtesy of Fox News. (July 25)

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Jesse Jackson's Speech in 1984

Jesse Jackson speaks at the 1984 Democratic convention in San Francisco. Video Courtesy of Fox News. (July 25)

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Celebrating James Bond Creator Ian Fleming

London's Imperial War Museum celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ian Fleming, the man who created the world's most famous secret agent, James Bond. MarketWatch's Tom Bemis reports. (July 25)

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States with Favorable Business Climates

Which states have the most favorable business climates? And which states have the least favorable? Andy Levine, president of Development Counsellors International, speaks with WSJ's John Leger. (July 25)

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Dr Pepper Ad Featuring Dr. J

Watch a Dr Pepper commercial featuring Julius Erving, who is also known as Dr. J. (July 28)

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Colombia- FARC Releases Eight Hostages

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, release eight hostages to the Red Cross. It is the first such handover since the July rescue of Ingrid Betancourt and several others. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 25)

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Tips on Bargaining in China

Watch and learn how to bargain at Beijing's Silk Street Pearl Market. As WSJ's Andy Jordan shows us, "a little more" is an unofficial sport in the Chinese capital. (July 25)

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Jim Lehrer on candidates and conventions

Veteran newsman Jim Lehrer talks to Jon Friedman about the upcoming presidential election coverage. (July 28)

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Housing Bill Could Come Too Late

The number of home foreclosures could double this year to 3 million, about a million more than forecasted, says RealtyTrac's Rick Sharga, who thinks the housing bill will help but how much is the "trillion dollar question." Stacey Delo reports.

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India Suffers Wave of Deadly Blasts

One person is dead and at least 15 injured as a wave of small bombs hit the Indian city of Bangalore. A wave of bombings in recent years have targeted mosques, Hindu temples and trains. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 25)

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Qantas Plane Makes Emergency Landing

A Qantas flight heading from Hong Kong to Melbourne makes an emergency landing in Manila. More than 300 passengers were on board the flight, when they said the plane suddenly plunged thousands of feet in the air. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 25)

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What Would Benjamin Graham Do?

Some value investors say today's financial stocks look like a good deal, but WSJ's personal finance columnist Jason Zweig, who also updated Benjamin Graham's "The Intelligent Investor," tells Cybele Weisser they should tread carefully. (July 25)

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Obama, Democrats Promise Big Labor Payback


Barack Obama and Senate Democrats promise union bosses they'll pass the dishonestly named Employee Free Choice Act -- which would strip employees of their fundamental right to a secret ballot vote in union elections. The secret ballot would be replaced with a public and easily corruptible "Card Check" that would greatly increase Big Labor's stranglehold on our economy.

Not only will Card Check allow union bosses to intimidate workers to join a union, it will also move the entire political landscape to the left.

One union boss projected Card Check will generate billions in new union dues each year. Money that will be spent on two things: more union organizing and more political spending by Big Labor to elect even more Democrats to the Senate.

Make no mistake about this -- more money for Democrat politicians gives them an advantage in the voting booth, which in turn will lead to more legislation pushed through the Senate that is detrimental to our values.

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Insiders Buy Shares of Microsoft and AutoNation

Barron's Online Managing Editor John Kimelman reports on the first insider stock purchase of Microsoft shares in three years.

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City Lights Cancel Out the Stars

WSJ's Science Journal columnist Robert Lee Hotz reports that around the world, the night sky is vanishing in a fog of artificial light, a form of pollution scientists say is affecting wildlife, people's health, and the human spirit. (July 25)

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Data Help Stocks Stabilize

Durable-goods orders provide some relief from the economic data blues, reports Steve Gelsi. (July 25)

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