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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Buying Tickets for Cubs in World Series

It's not too early to buy tickets to see the Chicago Cubs in the World Series, even if the team never makes it, thanks to companies that pitch options for sporting events. MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters reports. (Aug. 19)

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Previewing Activision's 'Spider-Man- Web of Shadows'

WSJ's Reda Charafeddine gets a sneak peek of Activision's "Spider-Man: Web of Shadows" video game. He speaks with the game's associate producer, Brian Morrison, about its premise. (Aug. 19)

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How to Win in a Difficult Political Environment




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Flashing Yellow

Wall Street fears that yellow-pages publisher R.H. Donnelley is headed towards bankruptcy court. Why the bears might be wrong.

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Critical Mass Bikers Rule the Roads

WSJ's Phred Dvorak reports from a Critical Mass event in San Francisco, a monthly bike ride that draws hundreds of cyclists. She talks with bikers as well as disgruntled drivers. (Aug. 20)

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Home Depot Profit Drops

Home Depot's profit fell but the home improvement retailer controlled costs according to Michael Souers, retail analyst at Standard and Poor's. He discusses the specialty retail sector and an earnings warning from Staples. (Aug. 19)

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Online Gamers Go Real Time

An online gaming community takes its adventures offline. WSJ's Andy Jordan tags along.

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'I.O.U.S.A.'

Watch a clip from the documentary film "I.O.U.S.A." Video courtesy of Agora Entertainment. (Aug. 20)

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China's Martial Artists Getting Their Kicks

The Chinese martial art of Wushu, or Kungfu, wasn't accepted as an Olympic sport, but continues to thrive. WSJ's Ian Johnson takes a look inside one of the country's oldest schools atop Mt. Wudong. (Aug. 16)

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Reasons to Invest in High Yield

Paul Scanlon, who leads the high yield team at Putnam Investments, talks to MarketWatch's Sam Mamudi about the kinds of investments he's looking at now, including the energy, health care and aerospace sectors. (Aug. 19)

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Delectable Dessert from Le Bernardin Chef

Le Bernardin pastry chef, Michael Laiskonis prepares a rhubarb citrus tart for Wall Street Journal Chefs at Home. (Aug. 19).

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Kotecki- 08/19/08

We have real VP news to report, it's time for another gay sex story, and a new poll shows more likely voters trust McCain on Russia.

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Kotecki- 08/19/08

We have real VP news to report, it's time for another gay sex story, and a new poll shows more likely voters trust McCain on Russia.

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Tuesday's News Roundup

U.S. producer prices climb faster than expected, while housing starts fall. Home Depot and Target see drops in profit, and Staples warns of a weak second quarter. After the bell, watch for results from Hewlett Packard and Analog Devices. (Aug. 19)

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Running Mates Being Picked Late

In past years, presidential candidates announced their running mates months in advance. This year, both John McCain and Barack Obama are making their picks just days before the conventions. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 19)

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NATO Holds Georgia Crisis Summit

NATO foreign ministers hold emergency talks in Brussels on how the alliance should respond to Russia's continued military presence in Georgia. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 19)

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Spandex and BMX- China's Changing Bicycle Landscape

With Olympic bike-racing upon us, WSJ's Loretta Chao takes a look inside Beijing's own bike culture and how it's changing. (Aug. 19)

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