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Monday, August 18, 2008

A Difference in Diplomatic Styles

John McCain and Barack Obama's reactions to the crisis between Russia and Georgia were different. But what they would have done before the invasion says much about their diplomatic styles. WSJ's Jerry Seib reports. (Aug. 19)

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Former Marine Fights Manslaughter Charges

Former Marine Corps Sgt. Jose Luis Nazario is charged with voluntary manslaughter for ordering the deaths of four unarmed men in Fallujah. WSJ's Nicholas Casey reports. (Aug. 19)

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Scott McCartney on Airline Ticket Pricing

Middle Seat columnist Scott McCartney takes a look at the latest ups and downs of online ticket pricing. (Aug. 19)

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Tech Stocks For Tough Times

Ryan Jacob, lead manager of the Jacob Internet Fund, is focused on companies in solid financial shape with strong market share. (Aug. 18)

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Washington Reacts to Musharraf Resignation

Washington reacts to Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's resignation. Musharraf once received U.S. support for his anti-terrorism stance, but in recent months the White House has stayed away. WSJ's Jay Solomon reports. (Aug. 19)

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Georgia 'Pull-Out' Starts

Moscow's general staff says Russian troops have started to withdraw from Georgia in accordance with a peace plan. Video courtesy of Reuters (Aug. 18)

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Broadcom's Hot Spot

Broadcom plays a key role behind the scenes for many of today's trendiest tech toys. So why isn't its stock more expensive?

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Monday Markets- Putting Money in Small Caps

Matt King, CIO of Bell Investment Advisors, says he sees the choppiness in the markets lasting through the end of the year. He tells Stacey Delo he's giving clients more exposure to small caps and says it's time to buy commodities. (Aug. 18)

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Media Moron- John McCain



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FCC Tests TV Channels for Wi-Fi Use

High-tech companies want to use empty TV channels to bolster their Wi-Fi network, but broadcasters oppose the idea. The FCC is running a series of tests to gauge whether or not open access would cause interference. WSJ's Amy Schatz reports. (Aug. 18)

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Alan Murray Goes to Nowhere on Vacation

Alan Murray heads to Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska, where he braves voracious mosquitos and freezing waters to experience glaciers shedding 1,000 year old ice. (Aug. 19)

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Movie Minute- Get Serious

Continued success of 'Dark Knight' shows the value of serious films, according to Jon Friedman. (Aug. 18)

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Lowe's Beats Expectations

Although Lowe's profit was hurt by the housing-market downturn, results exceeded Wall Street's expectations. Andria Cheng speaks with UBS analyst Brian Nagel who says that the results may signal the worst is over for home-improvement retailers. (Aug. 18)

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Hurdler's Hopes for Medal Are Dashed

China expressed compassion, but disappointment after its hopes for a medal were dashed when former gold-medalist Liu Xiang dropped out of the 110-meter hurdling competition because of injury. (Aug. 18)

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Pettersson Takes Wyndham Championship

Carl Pettersson wins the Wyndham Golf Championship. He rebounds with confidence to earn his first championship win since 2006. This is his third PGA victory. Video courtesy of PGA Tour. (Aug. 18)

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What's Next for the Dollar and Oil

Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Avalon Partners, talks about the pullback in the dollar and the recent easing of oil prices and offers his economic outlook.

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Kotecki- 08/18/08

I'm back! Hillary Clinton gets a convention vote, Barack Obama does not think that John McCain is calling him the Antichrist, and McCain violates his cone of silence.

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Kotecki- 08/18/08

I'm back! Hillary Clinton gets a convention vote, Barack Obama does not think that John McCain is calling him the Antichrist, and McCain violates his cone of silence.

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Heavy Rains Breach Dam in Grand Canyon

Heavy rains breach the Redlands Earthen Dam in the Grand Canyon, forcing the evacuation of several tourists and members of the nearby Havasupai Tribe. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 18)

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Track and Field a Weak Point for China

China's world champion runner Liu Xiang stumbles off the track before his first round heat. Despite China's soaring count in Olympic gold medals, track and field remains a weak point for its Olympic team. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 18)

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The Daily Left - August 18th



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Iranian Rocket Launch

Iran launches a satellite-carrying rocket, another step for its space program. Iran insists its space and nuclear programs are peaceful. Israel and the U.S., however, aren't so sure. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 18)

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Germany's Merkel Calls on Russians to Withdraw

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives in Georgia and attempts to stabilize the crisis there while maintaining a delicate balance between Western and Russian interests. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 18)

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Pakistani President Musharraf to Resign

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, who had promised to defeat those who tried to oust him, announces his resignation before charges against him were due to be presented to parliament. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 18)

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Monday's News Roundup

Lowe's reports a drop in second-quarter profit, while BHP Billiton says its fiscal-year profit jumped. Tomorrow, Home Depot releases quarterly results, but its forecast may disappoint investors, as Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Aug. 18)

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End Genocide & Change the Course of History - Ryan Gosling & John Prendergast of ENOUGH!

http://www.enoughproject.org/ ENOUGH was born out of frustration and hope. We ran out of patience with the world's shameful lack of progress in combating terrible horrors. We knew there were many examples of successful conflict resolution processes throughout Africa, but the lessons weren't widely known. We found confidence in the growing number of Americans who are demanding more aggressive, more successful solutions. And we have faith that we can end genocide and crimes against humanity once and for all. We know that people care, but many assume that the crises in Africa and elsewhere are intractable. This inaccurate perception of futility sustains the killing of thousands and destroys the hopes of a safe and secure future for millions more. With every passing minute, the slaughter continues. ENOUGH is a project of the Center for American Progress which aims to answer questions about what is really happening and offer a clear path to sustainable solutions. We were co-founded by CAP and the International Crisis Group in early 2007, setting out to establish a new paradigm for action. We use in-depth knowledge to create clear, viable policy recommendations, and engage activists to apply pressure on the perpetrators and well-meaning governments whose own inertia prevents them from taking the steps necessary to stop genocide and crimes against humanity. We shine a spotlight on policies that work. We aim to change the international conversation by demonstrating that progress is possible, and that rhetoric is meaningless without resolute, committed action. We are focusing currently on the situations in Congo, northern Uganda, Darfur, southern Sudan and the spillover violence in Chad. We aim for real change to close the book on these horrible recurring chapters of human history.

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Investment Advisers Expect U.S. Stock-Market Gains

Bernie Clark, senior vice president at Charles Schwab & Co., says a recent survey shows investment advisers more upbeat about U.S. stocks, with many boosting small-cap holdings. (Aug. 18)

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Bad News for Maureen Dowd Fans

According to Jon Friedman, the star New York Times political columnist is losing a little of her luster. (Aug. 18.)

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WSJ Interviews Michael Phelps

Fresh from winning eight gold medals, U.S. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps tells WSJ's Chris Rhoads he intends to capitalize on the Phelps brand to pursue business opportunities and take a lesson from another Michael - Jordan, that is. (Aug. 18)

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South Korea's home of the future

A stove that recommends recipies, wallpaper that changes colour at the touch of a finger and a table that may just be the world's largest iPod --- it's not science fiction, just the first wave of futuristic homes in South Korea.

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