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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Hamstrung U.S. Warns Russia

President Bush issued a veiled warning to Russia, telling them that they should get out of Georgia or face American sanctions. But as WSJ's Michael M. Phillips reports, the U.S. has limited economic leverage. (Aug. 14)

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Sepsis Study Stirring Up Controversy

Every year, Sepsis, a lethal infection in the bloodstream, kills millions of people. A promising new treatment for the fatal disease is coming under question, stirring up an ugly fight in the field of medicine. WSJ's Tom Burton reports. (Aug. 13)

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Olympic Spectator's Sport- Scalping

In Beijing, there is at least one grueling competition that is happening outside of Olympic venues -- scalping. As WSJ's Loretta Chao reports, the search for Olympic tickets may begin at a booming scalper's market, but often end with luck. (Aug. 12)

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Printing Artwork in Your Latte

Latte art or the skill of creating designs in a cappuccino has long been the trademark of a well-trained barista. But now a printer invented by Oleksiy Pikalo is making that job much easier. WSJ's Cari Tuna reports. (Aug. 13)

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Why Georgia Matters

Vladimir Putin's military aggression cannot go unchecked, Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger tells Kelsey Hubbard. (Aug. 14)

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First Medal in Judo for U.S. Women

Heading into Beijing, Ronda Rousey hoped to become the first U.S. woman to win a medal in Judo. On Wednesday night, she won bronze. Watch excerpts of an interview with Rousey at the New York Open Judo Championships earlier this year. (Aug. 13)

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The Value of a Dog's Life

WSJ's Neal Templin responds to reader comments about his last Cheapskate column in which he wrote about how deceptively expensive dogs can be. This time around he wonders what the worth of a dog's life is. (Aug. 13)

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The Oil of the Future (Spanish)

WSJ's Russell Gold looks at offshore drilling in Brazil where future crude may come from. (Oct. 29)

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Ronnie Musgrove Bumbling Along


Ronnie Musgrove just can't get his story straight surrounding his criminal contributors:

  • The Facility Group's Robert Moultrie (connected to the $55 million beef plant failure): Plead guilty to "'knowingly and unlawfully rewarding an agent' of Mississippi government with a 'gratuity.'" (That public official was Ronnie Musgrove)
  • Paul Minor: Convicted of bribery
  • Dickie Scruggs: Sentenced to jail for conspiring to bribe a judge

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.

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PPD Has an Inside Track on Outsourcing

Contract-research organizations should benefit from drug companies outsourcing their drug research, according to Johanna Bennett of Barron's Online. (August 13)

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Devices Offer Web Video on Your TV

WSJ's Walt Mossberg reviews two devices that try to bridge the gap between web video and television. Roku Netflix Player and Sony's Bravia Internet Video Link do a commendable job of offering web video on TV, but still have problems. (Aug. 13)

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Michael Steele at the WV Republican Convention




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Restoring Lake Tahoe

Developers are using new methods to reduce the environmental impact of construction on Lake Tahoe's renowned color and clarity. WSJ's Jim Carlton reports. (Aug. 13)

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Ethanol- Silly Senator, Corn Is for Food

Courtesy of reason.tv

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Michael Phelps Visa Ad

See Visa's commercial featuring swimmer Michael Phelps. Video courtesy of Visa. (Aug. 14)

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Wednesday's News Roundup

U.S. retail sales decline, Macy's profit falls, and Liz Claiborne lowers its 2008 forecast. Kelsey Hubbard takes a look at these headlines and more. (Aug. 13)

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Corn Forecast Overly Optimistic?

USDA reports the corn crop is on track for the second largest harvest ever despite Midwest flooding, but Kevin Kerr says the report sounds optimistic and points to the strengthening dollar for the pullback in commodities prices. (Aug. 13)

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Texas Gas Wars- Prices Fall Below $3

A war is brewing between two Harris County, Texas, gas stations, which means big savings for motorists. Fuel prices have already fallen below the $3 mark. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 13)

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Journalists Warned, Russian Forces Roll into Gori

Fox News' Steve Harrigan reports from Gori, Georgia. Journalists there received a text message to leave the city and as they exited, Russian armored vehicles were rolling into Gori. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 13)

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Georgia, Russia- New Hope for Truce

At a press conference with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili says he has agreed to a modified version of a peace plan with Russia over the region of South Ossetia. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 13)

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Bus Bombing in Northern Lebanon

A bus bombing in Tripoli, Lebanon, kills several. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack, but the region has seen a rise in both sectarian fighting and clashes between the army and Islamist militants. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 13)

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