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Monday, September 8, 2008

McCain's Pitch for a Better Economy a Hard Sell

With middle-class economic anxieties a main topic of the presidential election, both John McCain and Barack Obama are pitching policies for a better economy. But WSJ's Jerry Seib says McCain has a problem -- his plan is harder to sell. (Sept. 9)

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Microsoft Takes on iPod Again

Microsoft has released new versions of its Zune portable media player, a device meant to steal market share from Apple's popular iPod. MarketWatch's John Letzing reports. (Sept. 8)

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New Feature to Prevent Airline Runway Accidents

Alaska Airlines rolls out its Runway Awareness and Advisory System, or RAAS, a new safety feature that will guide pilots in steering aircraft through a maze of taxiways as well as make sure they have enough room to take off. (Sept. 9)

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Browsing the Internet for the Visually Impaired

WSJ's Melinda Beck reports on LowBrowse, a new and free software by Lighthouse International that helps people with poor vision browse the Internet. (Sept. 9)

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The Fannie, Freddie Bailout and Your Portfolio

WSJ's Return On Investment columnist Brett Arends discusses the U.S. government's plan to rescue Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and what it means for your finances. He says it's time to invest, but that you should also prepare for higher taxes. (Sept. 8)

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Slow and Steady Keeps Discover on Top

Barron's Clare McKeen says that Discover has been on the slow and steady track, strictly pursuing customers with good credit scores. (Sept. 8)

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GSE Bailout Boosts U.S. Dollar

Kathy Lien, directory of currency research at GFT Forex, explains why the U.S. government's bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is positive for the dollar and for carry trades. (Sept. 8)

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Bonus Analysis - September 8

James Kotecki introduces a new analyst on the political scene, Nigel Von Pennworthington, a New England elitist.

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Bonus Analysis - September 8

James Kotecki introduces a new analyst on the political scene, Nigel Von Pennworthington, a New England elitist.

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Stocks Today- Weekend Surprises- Help or Hinder?

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that the weekend brought many surprises such as the Feds bailing out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. O'Brien explores whether this helps or hinders. (Sept. 8)

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GSE Bailout Boosts the U.S. Dollar

Kathy Lien, director of currency research at GFT Forex, explains why the U.S. government's bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is positive for the dollar and for carry trades.

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New Passport Cards

There's a new passport in town: The passport card, good for travel between the U.S. and Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean and Bermuda. It's cheaper than the traditional book, but restrictions apply, so its use is limited. (Sept. 8)

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Fannie, Freddie Bailout Boosts U.S. Dollar

Kathy Lien, director of currency research at GFT Forex, explains why the U.S. government's bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is positive for the dollar and for carry trades. (Sept. 8)

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Slow and Steady Keeps Discover on Top

Barron's Clare McKeen says that Discover has been on the slow and steady track, strictly pursuing customers with good credit scores. (Sept. 8)

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This Week in Washington- September 8, 2008

Brian Darling, a Capitol Hill insider for more than 10 years and director of U.S. Senate relations at The Heritage Foundation, previews some major weekly events in Washington this week.

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Winners and Losers From the Fannie, Freddie Bailout

WSJ's Heidi Moore parses the U.S. Treasury's plans to rescue troubled mortgage buyers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. She tells Dennis Berman who is taking the biggest hits on the bailout and who is coming out a winner. (Sept 8)

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Getting from A2B in NYC with David Patton

WSJ's David Patton and Reed Albergotti test the new electric bicycle hybrid, the A2B. (Sept. 8)

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Breaking With Tradition

More financial advisers are embracing exchange-traded funds and turning away from actively managed mutual funds. Kevin Ellman of Wealth Preservation Solutions talks about why he works in ETFs to clients' portfolios. (Sept. 8)

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WSJ Magazine- Chef Prepares Fragrant Dish

Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert prepares one of his favorite fragrance-emitting dishes: langoustine with braised morels and chanterelles in this video for WSJ., the glossy magazine. (Sept. 8)

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A Look Ahead at the Week's Markets

Barron's Associate Editor Michael Santoli discusses what to expect this week from a struggling stock market. (Sept. 8)

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Microsoft Ad Strives for Comedy

See the recent Microsoft ad featuring Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates. (Sept. 7)

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WSJ Magazine- The Shape of Things to Come

How Roland Mouret made a dress out of The Wall Street Journal in this video for WSJ., the glossy magazine.(Sept. 8)

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Kotecki- 09/08/08

The government takes over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Sarah Palin agrees to an interview, and Barack Obama considered joining the military.

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Kotecki- 09/08/08

The government takes over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Sarah Palin agrees to an interview, and Barack Obama considered joining the military.

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Kotecki- 09/08/08

The government takes over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Sarah Palin agrees to an interview, and Barack Obama considered joining the military.

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Fannie, Freddie Bailout Will Cost Taxpayers

The government bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may help stabilize an unsettled mortgage market, but it's also likely to cost taxpayers a bundle, Fox News's Doug Luzader reports. (Sept. 8)

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High And Deep


Jeanne Shaheen says she supports tax breaks for the middle class, but as Governor she signed the first statewide property tax and she proposed a sales tax that The Union Leader called "a big tax increase for low- and middle-income families."

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Dancing with the Delegates

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Dancing with the Delegates

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The Organic Lunch Lady

Oak Grove School in Calif. is planting the seeds of healthy living by offering an organic school lunch. Sandra Hughs reports.

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Home Sweet Honda

With home foreclosures rising, many Americans have no choice but to move into their cars. As Hattie Kauffman reports, middle-class Americans don't know where to turn.

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Gov't Saves Fannie And Freddie

The Government's decision to seize control of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could be the biggest financial takeover in U.S. history. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Buying A Hybrid

With high gas prices, is a hybrid right for you? Stephanie AuWerter, Editor of SmartMoney.com, has some tips for buying a hybrid.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports OPEC leaders may decide to pump less oil to stem the price drop on crude; and the slide in demand for gas has depleted the U.S. Highway Trust Fund.

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The Campaigns Begin

With the conventions over, the presidential candidates are beginning their campaigns for key battleground states. As Randall Pinkston reports, both sides are promising change.

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Mortgage Meltdown Q & A

With the federal government taking over mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, many homeowners are wondering if their loans will be affected. Vera Gibbons takes viewers' questions.

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McCain Enjoying Palin Bounce

Polls show the addition of Sarah Palin has given a big boost to the McCain ticket. Chip Reid reports on how the 'Palin effect' has shaken up the race.

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Candy Bombers Remembered

The Candy Bombers, a new book by author Andrei Cherny, chronicles the heroic Berlin airlift to drop food during the Cold War. Harry Smith talks to Cherny and bomber Gail Halvorsen.

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Paulson-'We Had No Choice'

The $200 billion government takeover of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae is intended to keep the economy from collapse, Thalia Assuras reports. Harry Smith talks to U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.

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Wall St. Lauds Credit Bailout

The government is bailing out the country's largest mortgage lender and Wall Street is celebrating. But analysts say it may not stabilize the weak housing market. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- Mortgage Crisis

The Government's decision to bail out mortgage giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is a step in the right direction for our struggling economy but there are still many steps to go. Jeff Glor reports.

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Convention Rallies Republicans

A USA Today/Gallup poll finds 60% of Republicans more enthusiastic than usual about voting in the November election, up from 42% who said the same just prior to the Republican convention.

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New video prompts review of Afghan airstrike

The Pentagon said Monday that newly obtained imagery, taken on a cellpone by a villager, prompted a review of a US investigation into an airstrike in Afghanistan that found that only five to seven civilians were killed, not 90 as the Afghan government and the UN found.

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Sarkozy on Georgia peace mission

French President Nicolas Sarkozy was in Moscow on Monday in a bid to ramp up the international pressure on Russia to withdraw more troops from Georgia and shore up a fragile peace deal.

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Qaeda defectors return to mainstream in Iraq

Thursday is the anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, which turned Al-Qaeda into one of the most wanted terrorist groups. Although after eight years the militants continue to be feared, in Iraq there are signs that they are losing ground.

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Sarkozy seeks ceasefire from Russia

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, along with European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso and EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, visited Moscow Monday as part of a push to persuade the Kremlin leadership to accept a European Union observer mission in the Georgia conflict zone and a date for international talks.

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Is the Russian fleet a threat to Ukraine?

Many believe that Crimea, a Ukrainian region mostly inhabited by Russians, could one day seek to break away from Ukraine. The port city of Sevastopol could become a focus of tension in such a scenario.

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Crimeans dreaming of a Russian future

The Autonomous Republic of the Crimea, part of Ukraine, is one region where ambitions for independence could flare up after Russia recognized two Georgian breakaway republics. Many residents have a dream of closer links with Russia.

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