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Monday, August 4, 2008

Chicagoans Get On Their Soapbox

In Chicago, John McCain and Barack Obama supporters chose a throwback setting -- soapboxes -- to argue the merits of their presidential picks at the 23rd Annual Bughouse Square Debates. WSJ's Anna Prior reports. (Aug. 5)

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Tips on Finding Flexible or Part-Time Work

WSJ's Sue Shellenbarger shares some solutions for those at-home parents looking for flexible or part-time work. Staffing firms that offer flexible services include On-Ramps, Mom Corps and Flexible Resources. (Aug. 5)

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Wannabe Pet-Owners Turn to Renting

Georgia Perrone wanted her son to experience the joys of having a dog. But because her family travels so often, Perrone turned to a controversial solution: she started renting one twice a month. WSJ's Anjali Athavaley reports. (Aug. 5)

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Bonus Analysis

Amidst the "Obama as a celebrity" hoopla, Politico dares to ask a somewhat celebrity what he thinks.

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Bonus Analysis

Amidst the "Obama as a celebrity" hoopla, Politico dares to ask a somewhat celebrity what he thinks.

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'Bottom Up' Investment Process

Mani Govil of RS Core Equity Fund tells Kelsey Hubbard his approach to today's markets: finding good companies with competitive advantages and then buying in and selling out with discipline. (Aug. 4)

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Bush's Political Payoffs



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The History of US Energy Policy



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Strategist- Buy Stocks On The Dips

Inflation pressure remains, and the Federal Reserve is likely to raise rates before the end of the year, but Investors should be buying the market dips and getting ready for a strong fourth quarter according to Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Market Strategist at LPL Financial who talks with Kelsey Hubbard.

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AIDS Conference Calls for Action, Treatment Access

At the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon says progress against AIDS will impact the U.N.'s other efforts against poverty, death and disease. Plus, highlights from other speakers. (Aug. 4)

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Extreme Weather Hits U.S.

An oppressive heat wave is making life difficult for millions of people in the American heartland, while a tropical storm stirs along the Gulf Coast. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 4)

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McCain Calls On Congress



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AIDS Conference Speakers Call for Action, Access to Treatment

At the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon says progress against AIDS will impact the U.N.'s other efforts against poverty, death and disease. Plus, highlights from other speakers. (Aug. 4)

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Udall's Day Off


The blockbuster broken promise of the year. In a debate last week, Mark Udall promised he'd vote to keep Congress in session to address the energy crisis, but two days later he broke that promise -- in fact, he didn't even show up for the vote. Mark Udall goes on a five week vacation while the rest of Colorado pays.

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CDC- New HIV Infections Higher than Previously Estimated

At the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, Kevin Fenton of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says new HIV infections in the U.S. is higher than previously estimated. He discusses the CDC's prevention strategies. (Aug. 4)

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The World According to Barack

The World According to Barack (Engligh Version)

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Practice Olympic Fireworks Display Impresses

Fireworks light the Beijing sky as China rehearses in preparation for the start of the Olympic Games. Visitors favorably received the impressive display. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 4)

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Tropical Storm Edouard's Effect on Oil

John Kingston of Platts explains why he's not worried about the storm that's heading toward Texas. (Aug. 4)

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Beijing Designates Parks for Expected Protests

China sets aside parks in Beijing for the anticipated protests during the upcoming Olympic Games. From China's policies in Tibet to its record on media freedom, activists have used the Olympics to press their causes. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 4)

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Pope Benedict's Hopes for the Olympics

While on holiday in Bressanone, Italy, Pope Benedict XVI shares his hopes for the Beijing Olympics -- that the Games would exhibit coexistence among people of different backgrounds and be a symbol of peace. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 4)

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McLachlin Wins Legends Reno-Tahoe Open

Parker McLachlin claims his first PGA Tour victory, finishing first at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open at Montreux Golf and Country Club in Reno, Nev. (Aug. 4)

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A Look at the Life of Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Nobel Prize-winning author Alexander Solzhenitsyn dies at the age of 89 in Moscow, where he had returned after years of exile in the U.S. The Russian novelist is known for his works chronicling life in the Gulag. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 4)

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Hindu Pilgrims Killed in Temple Stampede

At least 145 people, mostly women and children, die in a stampede at a temple in the Indian town of Naina Devi. Hindu pilgrims tumbled down a slope while trying to reach the temple at the top of a hill. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 4)

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Grenade Attack Kills 16 Ahead of Olympics

Days before the Beijing Olympics, two men armed with knives and grenades kill 16 police in Kashgar, home to the largely Muslim Uighur people. They've been the focus of a Chinese security crackdown ahead of the Games. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 4)

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Monday's News Roundup

Consumer spending rises, but first-half profit drops 29% at HSBC. Nicor posts a second-quarter profit, while Anadarko Petroleum will report after the closing bell. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Aug. 4)

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Candidates on Break, Supporters Debate

With Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama taking a break from the campaign trail, their supporters debate the candidates' stances on issues of energy and race. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 4)

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Negotiating With Giants

Peter Johnston, author of "Negotiating With Giants," explains how small-business executives can get deals done with those who have more resources or clout. (Aug. 4)

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The Daily Left - August 4th



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China's Pollution Problem & The Olympics

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/energy How severe is China's pollution problem? What is China doing to clean it up? What has China done on climate change? And how can the United States help? Bob Sussman of the Center for American Progress weighs these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Happy Birthday Barack Obama!

Happy Birthday Barack Obama!

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