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Tuesday, September 2, 2008

GOP Heavyweights Take the Stage

President Bush appeared via satellite while his father, George H.W. Bush, and his mother, Barbara, watched from the audience. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 3)

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Talking too much?

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Talking too much?

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Republican Convention- Day Two

Hurricane Gustav is no longer a threat, but the convention is still subdued affair. MarketWatch's Rex Nutting reports from St. Paul. (Sept. 2)

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Joe Lieberman

Joe Lieberman

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Joe Lieberman

Joe Lieberman

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Fred Thompson

Fred Thompson

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For Ron Paul, the Other Convention

Thousands of devotees to Republican Ron Paul gathered in Minneapolis for their own convention. WSJ.com's Andy Jordan crashes the party, and nearly gets chased out. (Sept. 3)

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Senator John Thune

Politico interview with Senator John Thune of South Dakota on selection of the Veep and solidification of the GOP ticket.

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Senator John Thune

Politico interview with Senator John Thune of South Dakota on selection of the Veep and solidification of the GOP ticket.

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Senator John Thune

Politico interview with Senator John Thune of South Dakota on selection of the Veep and solidification of the GOP ticket.

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Senator John Thune

Politico interview with Senator John Thune of South Dakota on selection of the Veep and solidification of the GOP ticket.

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President Bush

President Bush

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How the West is Won

Victoria McGrane, fresh off her trip to the West, sits down with Charles Mahtesian to talk about the dynamics of the general elction out there.

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How the West is Won

Victoria McGrane, fresh off her trip to the West, sits down with Charles Mahtesian to talk about the dynamics of the general elction out there.

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How the West is Won

Victoria McGrane, fresh off her trip to the West, sits down with Charles Mahtesian to talk about the dynamics of the general elction out there.

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Extravagant Showcards Tout Modeling Talent

WSJ's Elva Ramirez looks at elaborate, expensive showcards that agencies are creating to promote their models, including art books and even short films. (Sept. 3)

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Video Trail Mix- An Unconventional Convention

Due to a plethora of unexpected distractions, the Republican National Convention is off to a slow start. But CQ Politics.com columnist Craig Crawford says the week can still be salvaged.

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The PAUL-allel Universe

James Kotecki travels to the other of the twin cities for a glimpse at a slightly different convention going on this week... one that involves tryting to change the face of what's going on only a few miles away.

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Talking Trade Policy at the RNC

Tom Donohue, president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, speaks with Dow Jones Newswires' Corey Boles at the Republican National Convention about some of the trade proposals stuck in Congress. (Sept. 3)

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Jim VandeHei on the GOP

Jim VandeHei explores the problems the GOP faces in the current election cycle and what brought them to this point.

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Jim VandeHei on the GOP

Jim VandeHei explores the problems the GOP faces in the current election cycle and what brought them to this point.

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Jim VandeHei on the GOP

Jim VandeHei explores the problems the GOP faces in the current election cycle and what brought them to this point.

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Shaping Galaxies With Spore Videogame

Electronic Arts is betting big on Spore, one of the most anticipated titles in videogame history. The game challenges players to shape the evolution of a galaxy. WSJ's Christopher Lawton tells us if the game can live up to the hype. (Sept. 2)

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Soul Power

See a clip from the movie, "Soul Power."

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Google Enters Web Browser Wars

Google's new Internet browser, Chrome, is a strategic weapon in the company's battle with Microsoft. But prompting consumers to actively choose a browser, rather than use what's installed in their computer, is no easy task. (Sept. 2)

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Frustrations Rise for New Orleans Evacuees

New Orleans narrowly avoided disaster, but evacuees are still finding it difficult to return to their homes as the city's clean-up from Hurricane Gustav begins. (Sept. 2)

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Reshuffle for Republicans

GOP strategists are reshuffling their campaign not only due to Gustav, but also to run against Washington, NYU professor of politics Patrick Egan says. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Sept. 2)

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Video Trail Mix- An Unconventional Convention

Due to a plethora of unexpected distractions, the Republican National Convention is off to a slow start. But CQ Politics.com columnist Craig Crawford says the week can still be salvaged.

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Is the Boom in Foreign Stocks Over?

Barron's Clare McKeen says many investors have tried to escape the troubles at home by putting money to work abroad. International returns are starting to slump. (Sept. 2)

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Gold Medalist Cejudo Looks Ahead To 2012

American Henry Cejudo, who won the gold medal in freestyle wrestling at the Beijing Olympics, talks about how his childhood helped motivate him to become a champion. He looks ahead to defending his title in 2012. (Sept 2)

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'My Mom's New Boyfriend'

See a clip from the new movie, "My Mom's New Boyfriend."

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McKeen with Market Pros Crying Uncle

Barron's Clare McKeen says that Market Pros finally concede that a rousing year-end rally is unlikely. (Sept. 2)

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Airline Stocks Up After Gustav

Airline stocks rally on a steep post-Gustav drop in oil prices, raising hopes that fuel costs will further ease their grip on the struggling travel industry. Jim Jelter reports. (Sept. 2)

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Google's Chrome Weakens Microsoft's Dominance

Google's new Chrome Web browser challenges Microsoft's dominance of the browser market, says Personal Technology columnist Walt Mossberg. The Chrome is innovative and smart, but still has some rough edges, he says. (Sept. 2)

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The St. Paul Media Experience

Many of you have wondered about how the RNC is treating the media... well, James Kotecki shares his story with you.

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The Future of U.S.-Russia Relations - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/security Will Russian aggression in Georgia change the way the United States deals with Moscow? Is there a valid comparison between South Ossettia and Kosovo? Can the United States help prevent further aggression between Russia and outlying areas? Spencer Boyer of the Center for American Progress weighs these issues in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Oil- A Trader's Market

Volatility makes the oil market one for traders, not investors, says Fadel Gheit of Oppenheimer. Gheit describes the impact of the hurricane season on crude futures and looks ahead to the next meeting of OPEC. (Sept. 2)

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RNC- Recapturing McCain's Maverick Image

With Hurricane Gustav and Sarah Palin dominating headlines, WSJ's Jerry Seib says Republicans at the Republican National Convention will now focus their attention on Sen. John McCain, emphasizing his military background and maverick image. (Sept. 2)

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Sun Turns To Emerging Markets

Peter Ryan, executive vice president of global sales and services at Sun Microsystems, says that his company has seen strong growth in emerging markets, such as Brazil, Russia, India and China.

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Lipitor Ad

Watch a commercial for Lipitor. Video courtesy of Pfizer. (Sept. 2)

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Kotecki- 09/02/08

An unmarried pregnancy, a hurricane, and protest violence make for a different kind of convention.

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Kotecki- 09/02/08

An unmarried pregnancy, a hurricane, and protest violence make for a different kind of convention.

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Kotecki- 09/02/08

An unmarried pregnancy, a hurricane, and protest violence make for a different kind of convention.

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Call and response- Republicans respond to anti-war protests

(Boston Globe) Two Republicans respond to anti-war protesters. (By Dina Rudick and John Tlumacki, Globe Staff)

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At the RNC, The Delegates Wait

While delegates to the Republican National Convention wait for regularly scheduled programming, WSJ's Andy Jordan picks their brains over Palin, protesters, and the political implications of Gustav. (Sept. 1)

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Spending


As Governor, Jeanne Shaheen doubled state spending. She even increased the state budget by a billion dollars.

More at www.TheShaheenRecord.com.

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Gold Medal


Kay Hagan would win gold medals for fiscal irresponsibility. Budget-writer Kay Hagan helped double state debt and push North Carolina to the highest taxes in the Southeast.

And, the News & Observer called Kay Hagan's TV ad "...overstated and inaccurate."

More at www.SayNayToKay.com.

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Need A Moment, Jeff Merkley?


When you need a moment during a Russian invasion, chew it over with Jeff Merkley.

www.MustTaxMerkley.com

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Re-Enlistment


Our new television advertisement underscores the commitment of our brave warriors on the battlefield, highlighting the largest re-enlistment ceremony in American history that occurred in Iraq on July 4, 2008.

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Photojournalism festival opens in France

Pictures of war, the environment, people and social issues: The annual International Festival of Photojournalism has opened in southern France with exhibitions, screenings and discussions and several prizes to be won.

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Moscow claims victory at EU climbdown

Russian newspapers and many ordinary people on Tuesday hailed a victory for Moscow after the European Union froze talks on closer ties until Russian troops withdraw from Georgia but stopped short of imposing economic sanctions.

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Emergency declared in Thai capital after clashes

Thailand's prime minister Samak Sundaravej declared a state of emergency in the capital on Tuesday after one person was killed in overnight clashes in Bangkok between� thousands of his opponents and supporters.

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Egyptians tighten belts for Ramadan

As Egyptians enter the holy month of Ramadan, morale is low: Inflation is running at 23 percent and most families, used to spending lavishly on food during the month, are having to tighten their belts.

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RAW IMAGES- St Paul police arrest 100 demonstrators

About 100 people were arrested on Monday following violent protests which erupted during a demonstration against the Iraq war outside the Republican convention.

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Laura Bush, Cindy McCain lead Republican Gustav appeal

First Lady Laura Bush and John McCain's wife Cindy on Monday led a fundraising drive for Hurricane Gustav victims on day one of the curtailed Republican convention.

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Obama Gets Lift From DNC

According to a CBS poll, Barack Obama has gained an eight point lead over John McCain after the DNC. The effect of McCain's VP pick is yet to be seen.

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Palin Family Pregnancy News

John McCain's Campaign released a written statement revealing that Sarah Palin's unwed teen daughter is five months pregnant. Chip Reid reports.

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Cindy McCain Rallies For Relief

At the Republican National Convention today, Cindy McCain urged all Americans regardless of political affiliation to donate to hurricane relief.

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Politics As Usual

Katie Couric chats with Dan Bartlett and Joe Trippi about how the McCain campaign is handling Sarah Palin's family news and the RNC.

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The Politics Of Gustav

John McCain and Barack Obama set aside partisan politics Monday as Hurricane Gustav blew through the Gulf Coast. Nancy Cordes reports from St. Paul, Minnesota.

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Eye To Eye- New Orleans

Katie Couric talks with New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin about improved security precautions for Hurricane Gustav and the politics of it all.

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Palin's Pregnancy Problem?

With teen pregnancy at an all-time high and abortions at a thirty-year low, Sarah Palin's pregnancy is becoming a more common situation for American families.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports August was the best month for stocks since April; auto sales are expected to be down from a year ago; and Nintendo raises its profit forecast after millions of Wii sales.

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Chertoff On Gustav

Katie Couric speaks to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff about the continued dangers Hurricane Gustav poses.

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New Orleans Levees Hold Water

The Army Corps of Engineers successfully stave off Gustav's surging waters at New Orleans' St. Bernard's Parrish where Hurricane Katrina simply swept in. Harry Smith reports.

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Palin Family Friend Speaks

Karen Rhoades has known the Palin family for a decade and shares some of her insights with Maggie Rodriguez.

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Realities Of Sex Addiction

In the wake of actor David Duchovny's admission to rehab, sex therapist and author Ian Kerner talks to Julie Chen about the problems people have with compulsive sex habits in the Internet age.

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Behind The Palin Pick

Democratic strategist Joe Trippi, who was involved with vetting Geraldine Ferraro in 1984, tells Maggie Rodriguez that Sarah Palin's statements may offer clues about McCain's VP selection process.

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Science Guy On 'Stuff Happens'

Bill Nye, "The Science Guy," wants to help you change the world by showing green products that are better than traditional ones. Julie Chen helps him experiment on denim insulation and coffee creamer.

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Gustav Swipes New Orleans

New Orleans breathes a sigh as flooding and rain cause less than anticipated damage, reports Dave Price. Harry Smith talks to Mayor Ray Nagin about the city's cleanup efforts.

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Bush Pushes Offshore Drilling

CBS News RAW: In a special meeting with members of his cabinet, President Bush encouraged Congress to once-again consider drilling oil domestically in order to allegedly ease energy costs.

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RNC Tries To Move Forward

In the wake of Hurricane Gustav, the Republican National Convention will now resume in full force. But, as Karen Brown reports, the primary focus of attention has been shifted towards Sarah Palin.

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U.S. Turns Over Anbar Province

CBS News RAW: A once brutally violent region filled with bloodshed, U.S. forces have now relinquished control of Anbar Province to Iraqi forces, signaling a major military milestone.

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Biden On 'Blowhard' Slam

Caught On Tape: While Sen. Joe Biden offered pizza to the press corps on the campaign trail he was asked to respond to Karl Rove calling him a "big blowhard doofus."

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Clashes Continue In Thailand

CBS News RAW: A state of emergency has been declared in Thailand after a series of violent protests between anti-government protestors and opposing supporters. One person died during the clashes.

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Palin Revelations Probed

Republicans say Sarah Palin was fully vetted and her daughter's pregnancy was not a surprise, reports Jeff Glor. Maggie Rodriguez speaks to McCain advisor Nicolle Wallace about the vetting process.

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Labor Day Protests In D.C.

Protesters gathered on the lawn of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. with a variety of causes including the war in Iraq.

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More Clintonites Backing Obama

Gallup Poll Daily tracking finds more former Hillary Clinton backers currently supporting Barack Obama (81%) than prior to the Democratic convention (70%).

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