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Monday, July 28, 2008

Beijing Not the Only Chinese City Grappling with Pollution

Three decades of growth have led to booming industry and an ever-growing number of cars on roads all over China. WSJ's Shai Oster reports containing pollution ahead of the Olympics is more than about cleaning up Beijing. (July 29)

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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- Obama Gets the Travel Bounce

According to the latest Gallup poll, Sen. Barack Obama is benefitting from his trip to Euope and the Middle East. CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says this means Obama won the travel war with Sen. John McCain.

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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- Obama Gets the Travel Bounce

According to the latest Gallup poll, Sen. Barack Obama is benefitting from his trip to Euope and the Middle East. CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says this means Obama won the travel war with Sen. John McCain.

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Working for a Younger Boss

What is it like to work for a boss that is younger than you? WSJ's Emily Glazer went to the streets to hear people's thoughts. (July 28)

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Fire Near Yosemite Out of Control

A fire near Yosemite National Park in California has firefighters working around the clock. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 28)

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Calorie Counts Hit New York Menus

A new law is forcing New York City restaurant franchises to post calorie counts on their menus. To gauge New Yorker reaction, WSJ's Matt Rivera hits the streets. (July 28)

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Talking with the Cast of 'American Teen'

The cast of "American Teen", a documentary about five Warsaw, Indiana high school seniors, meet with WSJ's Michelle Kung to talk about the film and life as a teenage student today. (July 28)

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Anheuser-Busch Sale to InBev Felt in St. Louis

St. Louis Cardinals fans at Busch Stadium react to the sale of Anheuser-Busch to InBev. Earlier this month, the St. Louis brewer of Budweiser agreed to be bought by InBev, brewer of Beck's and Brahma, for $52 billion. Matt Rivera reports. (July 28)

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Coca-Cola Ad

Coca-Cola's Chinese advertisement for the Beijing Olympics. (June 28)

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Johnson & Johnson Ad

Johnson & Johnson's Chinese advertisement for the Beijing Olympics. (June 28)

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More Moves to Rescue Housing Market

The covered-bond program and the housing bill are Washington's latest moves to rescue the housing market. Beth Ann Bovino, senior economist at Standard & Poor's, comments on the prospects for a turnaround. (July 28)

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Hong Kong's The Pawn Restaurant

One of the hippest nightspots in Hong Kong is a restaurant housed in a former pawn shop that dates back to 1888. Serving traditional British fare, The Pawn is headed by Welsh chef, David Tamlyn. WSJ's Jonathan Cheng reports. (Aug. 7)

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RFK, Jr. - "The Dark Side"



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Ring of Fire's Weekly News Vol. 20



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Look Ahead at Market, Earnings

Slow overall growth, inflation pressures and wounded financials are making for a perilous market environment, says Michael Moe of ThinkEquity Partners, who says investors should be selective. Stacey Delo reports. (July 28)

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PGA Rookie Chez Reavie Takes Canadian Open

Chez Reavie wins his first victory on the PGA Tour at the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Ontario. (July 28)

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KKR Taking the IPO Plunge

David Weidner comments on Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts Co.'s decision to go ahead with its long-awaited public offering, which flies in the face recent turmoil for shares of newly public private equity firms. (July 28)

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Craigslist Attracting More Job Hunters

Jim Buckmaster, CEO of Craigslist.org, meets with WSJ's Sarah Needleman and explains how the popular classified ad site is attracting more and more job hunters throughout the United States. (July 28)

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Obama Focuses on Economy, McCain on Oil

Fresh from his trip to the Middle East and Europe, Barack Obama meets with his financial team to discuss economic policy. Meanwhile, John McCain continues to push for offshore oil drilling. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 28)

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The More You Know About Al Franken


The facts about Al Franken's misleading ad. On Iraq, Al Franken has stated that he agrees with President Bush's Iraq policy. On the middle class, Al Franken supports increasing the gas tax by at least 5-10 cents at the same time that families are struggling with high energy costs. And, Franken has received more than $190,000 from special interests, and more than $100,000 from Hollywood liberals.

The more you know about Al Franken, the clearer the choice.

More at www.FranklyFranken.com.

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Explosions Rock Istanbul Shopping Center

Video from a mobile phone captures a blast that ripped through a crowded shopping street in Istanbul. Moments earlier, a small but loud explosion brought the crowd out of the shops and cafes and onto the street. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 28)

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Dozens Die in Iraq Bombings

At least 28 people are killed and more than 90 wounded in Baghdad as female suicide bombers target Shiite pilgrims in the city for a major religious event. Meanwhile, a separate explosion in Kirkuk kills at least 10. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 28)

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Monday's News Roundup

Crude moves higher and earnings season marches on, with Kraft and Verizon both reporting results. Plus, private-equity firm Kohlberg, Kravis Roberts sets plans to go public. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (July 28)

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What Makes Memphis Magazine Tick?

Jon Friedman interviews Mary Helen Tibbs, editor of Memphis Magazine, as the publication celebrates its 32nd anniversary. (July 28)

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Obama, McCain and the Media

Are the media playing favorites when it comes to presidential hopefuls? Jon Friedman offers his opinion. (July 28)

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Chairman Steele at the North Carolina Take Back Our State Rally




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