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Thursday, August 28, 2008

OBAMA CONVENTION BIO VIDEO

8.28.08 speech to Democratic National Convention in Denver

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Crowd Reactions to Obama Speech

James Kotecki, immediately after the end of the DNC, gets some thoughts from folks at Invesco Field on Obama's speech and the whole convention here in Denver.

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Crowd Reactions to Obama Speech

James Kotecki, immediately after the end of the DNC, gets some thoughts from folks at Invesco Field on Obama's speech and the whole convention here in Denver.

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Sleepover

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Obama's Big Speech

Obama's Big Speech

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Obama's Big Speech

Obama's Big Speech

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Democratic Convention- Recapping Obama's Acceptance Speech

MarketWatch's Russ Britt recaps the final day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention, where Barack Obama became the first African-American to be nominated from a major party to be president of the U.S. (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- Recapping Obama's Acceptance Speech

MarketWatch's Russ Britt recaps the final day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention, where Barack Obama became the first African-American to be nominated from a major party to be president of the U.S. (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- A Look Back on 2004

In 2004, a young senator from Illinois spoke at the Democratic National Convention. Four years later, that same senator accepted the his party's nomination for the presidency. A look at Barack Obama then and now. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- Barack Obama Accepts Nomination

On the final day of the Democratic Convention, Barack Obama accepted his party's nomination and reassured the public that he deserves to be in the White House. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 28)

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The Fall Sweater Trend

The fusty sweater gets a makeover this season. Join WSJ's Elva Ramirez as she speaks with Alicia Hogan of Oak, a boutique in Manhattan. (Aug. 28)

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The Hourglass Silhouette

This fall, women's wear turns away from the flowing dress to accentuate the waist and the hourglass shape. WSJ's Elva Ramirez reports. (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- Inside Invesco Field

On the last night of the Democratic convention, WSJ's Matt Rivera headed to Invesco Field, site of Barack Obama's acceptance speech, to hear attendees' thoughts on the convention thus far. (Aug. 28)

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Protesters in Thailand

Anti-government protesters in Thailand continued blockading the prime minister's compound.

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Playback- Al Gore

Al Gore

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Al Gore

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'True Blood'

Watch a scene from HBO's series, "True Blood". Video courtesy of HBO. (Aug. 29)

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Democratic Convention- Winning Florida

WSJ's Jerry Seib sits down with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) to hear what the Democratic Party has in store for Florida to try and win the state in this election, including appealing to its Hispanic community. (Aug. 28)

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Service Reform Prosperity Peace



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Eye Make Up for All

WSJ's Elva Ramirez reports visits makeup artist Thorsen Weiss to hear how he makes use of feather eyelashes, vibrating mascara wands and stick-on eyeshadow to enhance a person's look. (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- 'More Unified Than Ever'

WSJ's Sara Murray interviews New York Governor David Paterson to hear what he thinks about the Democratic Party's quest for unity. As he puts it, "The party is more unified than ever." (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- No You Can't

The "Z snap" makes a comeback as Democratic convention-goers in Denver snap their fingers, counting the many things at stake in the upcoming elections. WSJ's Andy Jordan reports. (Aug. 28)

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Convention Night



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World Plowing Championships

Held in Grafenegg, Austria and boasting representatives from 23 countries, the 55th edition of the World Plowing Championship was hailed as "competitive plowing at its finest." WSJ's John Miller reports. (Aug. 29)

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not!

James Kotecki's rundwon of the hottest and nottest of this week in Denver... yeah, not just politics.

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DNC - 1908

James Kotecki takes an inside look at the last time the DNC was in Denver, 1908 and the man they elected William Jennings Bryan.

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DNC - 1908

James Kotecki takes an inside look at the last time the DNC was in Denver, 1908 and the man they elected William Jennings Bryan.

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Gustav Could Be Storm For Republicans

Tropical Storm Gustav is heading for the Gulf coast. Will it batter New Orleans in a repeat of Hurricane Katrina? What would that mean for Republicans, who are set to start their convention soon. MarketWatch's Industrials Team Leader Jim Jelter discusses the fallout with Stacey Delo. (Aug. 28)

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Democrats competitive in Montana

Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer talks about polls in Montana...

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Democratic National Convention- Peas in the Obama Pod

Wall Street Journal's Matt Rivera attends the Benefit Concert for Barack Obama performed by the Black Eyed Peas at the Democratic Convention in Denver, bringing out actors and musicians in support of the Barack Obama's candidacy.(Aug. 28)

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Cultural Gems Hidden Away in Kuala Lumpur

Wall Street Journal Reporter Poh Si Teng travels through Kuala Lumpur leaving behind the busy metropolis to explore the hidden gems within the old city. (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- What to Expect From Obama's Speech

On the concluding night of the Democratic National Convention, Sen. Barack Obama is expected to do what he does best -- deliver an eloquent speech. But WSJ's Jerry Seib says viewers should expect much more. (Aug. 28)

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Convention Night



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Democratic National Convention- Free Wheels in Denver

Wall Street Journal's Matt Rivera finds that the the only reliable forms of transportation to get around the Democratic national Convention is a police escort, or a bicycle. Humana's Freewheel!n answers Denver's transportation need. (Aug. 28)

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Outlook for Oil Prices

Kevin Kerr, editor and analyst for Global Commodities Alert, explains how oil prices are being affected by storm concerns as well as tensions between Russia and the West. (Aug. 28)

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Kotecki- 08/28/08

Barack Obama accepts his party’s nomination tonight from a Greek temple that is actually Invesco Field. No pressure!

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Kotecki- 08/28/08

Barack Obama accepts his party's nomination tonight from a Greek temple that is actually Invesco Field. No pressure!

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Kotecki- 08/28/08

Barack Obama accepts his party's nomination tonight from a Greek temple that is actually Invesco Field. No pressure!

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Deadly Gustav Weakens in Haiti, Oil Prices Rise

Gustav hits Haiti, killing at least two people, but the former hurricane has weakened to a tropical storm. Plus, oil prices rise amid warnings it could gain strength as it threatens regions in the Gulf of Mexico. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 28)

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Thursday's News Roundup

An upward revision to U.S. economic growth offers good news for stocks, while oil rises on weather news, and earnings come from Sears, Tiffany and Dell. Michael Kitchen reports. (Aug. 28)

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Free hugs during the Convention

(Boston Globe) Meryl Wisner of Grand Haven, MI gives out free hugs on the 16th Street Mall in Denver. By Yoon S. Byun / Globe Staff

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First timers convention goers talk about DNC

(Boston Globe) First-time convention goers, part of Barack Obama's grassroots army, talk about their experience in Denver. By Scott Helman, Globe Staff

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Thousands Flee Fighting in Pakistan

Thousands of people pour into refugee camps as fighting in Pakistan intensifies. A government offensive to wipe out Islamist strongholds began earlier this month in the tribal region bordering Afghanistan. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 28)

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Democratic Convention- Biden's Speech

Sen. Joe Biden accepts the Democratic vice-presidential nomination. In his speech, Biden hails Sen. Barack Obama as a wise leader who will take the U.S. in a new direction and out of the war in Iraq. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 28)

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Dealing With the Media


Speaker: Doug Heye, Republican Strategist

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Asking for Money


Speaker: Nancy Bocskor, President, The Nancy Bocskor Company

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Putting Together A Timetable For The Last Three Months, Last Three Weeks, Last Three Days


Speaker: John Hishta, Partner, Stevens Reed, Curcio and Pothom

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Remote Control



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Weekend in New York

From the Williamsburg Bridge to Greenwich Village, discover the rhythms of Brazil.

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Bio-Friendly Euro-Road Race

Only On The Web: Close to a dozen cars head across Europe for a road race fueled not by ordinary petrol, but by bio-diesel fuel made from the oil at any local chip shop. Amy Guttman reports.

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Notebook- Obama's Dream

Barack Obama will give his acceptance speech and become the Democratic Candidate for president on the 45th anniversary of Martin Luther King's famous "I Have A Dream" speech.

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Barack- From Iowa To Denver

From Iowa to Denver, Harry Smith takes a look at his interviews with Barack Obama along the 2008 presidential campaign trail.

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His Proud Moment

Black leaders' react proudly to the selection of Barack Obama as the first black U.S. candidate for president.

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The Youth Vote

Harry Smith talks with three UWire youth correspondents about how young people may be voting in the presidential election this November.

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Making History

Harry Smith chats with Minn. delegate Sandra Hollinger Samuels about her memorable reaction to Barack Obama's official nomination as Democratic Candidate for president.

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Great Expectations

Barack Obama has been described as a hero and he is often compared to Martin Luther King. His highly anticipated speech at the DNC will be watched closely by all Americans. Harry Smith reports.

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DNC Speech Breakdown

Political correspondent Jeff Greenfield explains to Harry Smith the Democrats' focus based on the latest speeches by former President Bill Clinton and Vice Presidential nominee, Sen. Joe Biden.

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Bill, Hil Back Barack

Bill Clinton said Sen. Barack Obama is ready to lead, while Sen. Hillary Clinton sealed Obama's nomination. Bill Plante reports and Harry Smith talks to Obama campaign manager, David Plouffe.

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Getting The Young To Vote

One organization is using hip-hop in an effort to spread the word and get young people to vote. Dr. Benjamin Chavis, CEO and President of the Hip Hop Summit Action Network, discusses the message.

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DNC Webcast, 08.27.08

Only On The Web: On day three of the DNC, Barack Obama made a surprise visit. Sen. Joe Biden and John Kerry blasted John McCain. And, Katie Couric talked with youth reporters covering the DNC beat.

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Biden, Kerry Blast McCain

CBS News' political correspondents Jeff Greenfield and Bob Schieffer talk about the "red meat" used against John McCain in the speeches of Joe Biden and John Kerry.

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Clinton Says Obama's Ready

Former president Bill Clinton praised Barack Obama, saying that he is ready to lead the U.S. Clinton remembered that when he ran for the presidency the GOP called him "too young and too inexperienced."

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Bloggers Shape Campaign '08

Only On The Web: YouTube's Director of News and Politics Steve Grove and CNET chief political correspondent Declan McCullagh speaks with Katie Couric about bloggers at the DNC.

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Youth On The DNC Beat

Only On The Web: Youth reporters talk about their beat, the Democratic National Convention, with Katie Couric.

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Biden Accepts VP Nomination

Sen. Joe Biden accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president, saying that the U.S. needs Obama's intellect and compassion.

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Report- McCain Has Picked V.P.

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with Republican strategist Dan Bartlett about a recent report which claims that GOP presidential candidate John McCain has selected a running mate.

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Obama Surprises DNC

Sen. Barack Obama made a surprise appearance at the DNC after Sen. Joe Biden's speech. Obama said that he hoped now it was clear why he wanted Biden onboard to take back the White House.

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Pickens- $300 For Oil Barrel

CBS News RAW: Speaking before an audience in Denver, Colo. during the Democratic National Convention, billionaire oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens says that oil will eventually reach $300 a barrel.

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Vet's First Time At The DNC

Only On The Web: Iraq War veteran Tammy Duckworth talks with Katie Couric about how she will speak for her "brothers and sisters" in the military at the DNC. Duckworth lost both of her legs in an ambush in Iraq.

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Eye On Joe Biden

Sen. Joe Biden has been in the Senate for 35 years, being first elected when he was only 30 years old. He is known for his candidness and his foreign policy experience. Katie Couric reports.

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Katie Chills With DNC Bloggers

In an unprecedented fashion, thousands of web bloggers have flocked to this year's Democratic National Convention. Katie Couric explores some tech-savvy areas and gets a massage at the YouTube tent!

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Obama And The White Vote

Barack Obama lags in getting the crucial white vote needed to win the election in November. It remains to be seen what role racial prejudice will play in the outcome. Byron Pitts reports.

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The Two Sides Of Bill Clinton

As former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appears at the DNC in support of Barack Obama, Jeff Greenfield examines former President Bill Clinton and his impact on the Democratic Party.

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'Rednecks For Obama' At DNC

Only On The Web: Missouri resident Tony Viessman traveled to Denver for the Democratic National Convention to help persuade "rednecks" that Barack Obama should get their vote.

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GOP Paints Obama As A Risk

The GOP is uniting under the theme that Barack Obama is not ready to lead as president. Mitt Romney showed up at the DNC in Denver to talk down Obama's qualifications. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Praise For Bill Clinton At DNC

Katie Couric speaks with political correspondents Bob Schieffer and Jeff Greenfield, who provide analysis on former President Bill Clinton's speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

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Eye To Eye- Working The DNC

CBS News' chief political consultant Marc Ambinder gives viewers a quick look at what it's like to work at the Democratic National Convention. Ambinder gets a sneak peek at an off-limits, donor area too.

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Dems Emotional At Convention

CBS News RAW: At the DNC, Bryon Pitts speaks with an African American Democratic delegate who says that she has been personally inspired by Barack Obama's presidential campaign.

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Hillary Makes It Official

At the DNC, Sen. Hillary Clinton asked that the roll call be suspended and Barack Obama formally named as the 2008 Democratic candidate for President.

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Joe Biden's Sister Speaks Out

Only On The Web: At the Democratic presidential candidate, Katie Couric speaks with Valerie Biden-Owens, the sister of vice presidential candidate and Barack Obama's running mate, Joe Biden.

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Kerry Slams 'Candidate McCain'

CBS News RAW: Speaking before the Democratic National Convention, former presidential candidate John Kerry praised Barack Obama, while heavily criticizing John McCain as a contradictory candidate.

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Obama's Strengths and Weaknesses

Americans are more likely to say that Barack Obama cares about the needs of people and would work well with both parties to get things done in Washington. However, John McCain rates better as being a strong and decisive leader.

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