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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Skies Look Gray for Air Travelers

Things are going to get much costlier and trickier for consumers after Labor Day, even if oil prices keep falling, Henry Harteveldt of Forrester Research tells assistant personal-finance editor Andrea Coombes. (Aug. 12)

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McCain on Gov. Tom Ridge

McCain in an interview with WHTM-TV in Harrisburg, PA...

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McCain on Gov. Tom Ridge

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Leading a Wal-Mart Turnaround (Spanish)

Ahead of Wal-Mart's earnings report, WSJ's Ann Zimmerman talks with Eduardo Castro-Wright, No. 2 at the retailer and CEO of the Wal-mart stores division, about recent positive retail sales numbers. (Aug. 10)

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Roadtrip in a Rickshaw Goes Up in Flames

Seven days into his road trip across South India, WSJ's Niraj Sheth's auto-rickshaw skidded off the road and burst into flames. Luckily, Niraj and his companion, Hannes Kloepper escaped almost unscathed. (Aug. 12)

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Dell Does Ultraportable

PC maker takes wraps off lightweight Latitude laptop for mobile professionals, the company's first foray in the product category. Dan Gallagher reports. (Aug. 12)

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New Rules on Pysician Disclosure

A new law in Massachusetts requires drug companies to disclose any payments made to physicians. WSJ's Scott Hensley interviews James Greenwood, head of the Biotechnology Industry Organization about the recent legislation and more. (Aug. 12)

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Exports a 'Bright Spot' in Economy

The U.S. Department of Commerce reports that the U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly narrowed in June on the back of strong exports. WSJ's Phil Izzo discusses the numbers with Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez. (Aug. 12)

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U.S. Commerce Secretary- Exports a 'Bright Spot' in Economy

The U.S. Department of Commerce reports that the U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly narrowed in June on the back of strong exports. WSJ's Phil Izzo discusses the numbers with Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez. (Aug. 12)

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Thousands Flee Philippines Amid Fighting

Nearly 160,000 people flee the Philippines amid fighting between the country's military and Muslim separatist rebels. After two days of clashes, the rebels are forced to retreat, with army soldiers in pursuit. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 12)

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U.S. Secretary of Commerce- Exports a 'Bright Spot' in Economy

The U.S. Department of Commerce reports that the U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly narrowed in June on the back of strong exports. WSJ's Phil Izzo discusses the numbers with Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez. (Aug. 12)

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Gold May Have Further to Fall

Gold futures recently touched their lowest level, and Matt Zeman, chief market strategist at Lasalle Futures Group, tells Kelsey Hubbard why the decline might not be over yet. (Aug. 12)

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Tuesday's News Roundup

Crude oil prices retreat, and the U.S. trade gap narrows 4.1%. UBS posts a loss, while J.P. Morgan takes $1.5 billion in write-downs. Kelsey Hubbard reports on these headlines and more. (Aug. 12)

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Georgia- An Opportunity for Candidates

Political analysts say the conflict in Georgia provides Sen. John McCain with an opportunity to tout his foreign-policy experience. For Sen. Barack Obama, it's a chance to pass the so-called Commander-in-Chief test. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 12)

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Why Do Health Care Costs Soar? - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/domestic/healthcare Why does health care cost so much? What is "affordable" health care? And what steps can we take to make health care more affordable? Karen davenport, Director of Health Policy at the Center for American Progress addresses these issues in the latest installment of CAP;s ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Oil Drop Unfazed by Georgia-Russia Conflict

Conflicts like the one in Georgia typically spark a run-up in crude prices, but oil fell 75 cents to more than $114 a barrel despite the fact that two oil pipelines run through the Caspian Sea region. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 12)

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Olympic Pin Trading a Tradition

WSJ's Loretta Chao reports on a long-standing tradition of the Olympic Games -- pin trading. Collectors from all over come to the Olympics with pins from previous Games to trade for new ones. Loretta sees how much WSJ's Olympic pin is worth. (Aug. 12)

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Republican presidential candidate John McCain made a stop at a sporting goods store in Pennsylvania, along with former Gov. Tom Ridge. (Aug. 12)

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