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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Presidential Antiterror Plans

Americans must pay attention to the candidates' strategies against Islamic terror, says Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger. (Sept. 11)

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Mounting Decisions Concerning Afghanistan, Iraq

In a reversal of fortune, the outlook in Iraq is looking brighter by the day while the battle for Afghanistan has turned sour. WSJ military correspondent Yochi Dreazen analyzes the decisions facing American military brass. (Sept. 11)

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Landrieu's Favor Costs You


Mary Landrieu is proud of her swing vote on energy issues. The only problem is that Landrieu used her swing vote to vote against oil shale development.

Landrieu voted against developing more American energy as a favor for Colorado Senator Ken Salazar while you pay record gas prices.

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Flipping for the BlackBerry

Research In Motion introduces a clamshell version of its Pearl handset, which is due out later this fall and seeks to convert Motorola Razr users and others into smart-phone customers. Dan Gallagher reports. (Sept. 10)

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Mossberg Reviews Amazon Video On Demand

As the Internet further evolves into a distribution platform for video, Walt Mossberg weighs in on Amazon.com's Video On Demand service which allows web users to stream up to 40,000 movies and TV episodes directly onto their computer. (Sept. 11)

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Advice on Approaching Real Estate Market

MarketWatch's Kelsey Hubbard sits down with Don Peebles, CEO of Peebles Corporation, to get his advice on the real estate market. Whereas most are shying away from the housing market, Peebles sees a lot of opportunity. (Sept. 10)

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John McCain's Rally, Sarah Palin's Day

John McCain is on top of the GOP ticket for president, but for many at a recent rally in Fairfax, VA, his running mate was the main draw.

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Nike's 'Here I Am' Ad

Watch an advertisement by Nike. Video courtesy of Nike. (Sept. 11)

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Three Details About the �Gang of 10� Energy Bill

Three Details About the "Gang of 10" Energy Bill 1) It allows a limited amount of offshore drilling 2) It includes a massive program to subsidize alternative energy sources and vehicles 3) And, it imposes tax increases on the oil industry

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US Security in 2008 - 7 Years After 9/11 - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/08/terrorism_index.html On the eve of the 7th anniverary of the September 11th attacks, how has global terrorism changed? What are the greatest threats facing the American people? How can we address emerging security threats? Caroline Wadhams of the Center for American Progress answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Stocks Today- Lehman Treading Water

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that Lehman leaves Wall Street Watchers gasping for more. Lehman states the obvious planned to help the company survive. (Sept. 10)

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What Will Become of Lehman Brothers?

WSJ's Heidi Moore, of the Deal Journal blog, says Lehman Brothers is taking intense measures to restructure, soothe investors, and secure the survival of the company. She explains some benefits of the firm's moves. (Sept. 10)

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Lipstick Wars

Politico's own Jim VandeHei talks about why the "Lipstick Wars" are actually good politics for certain candidates.

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Lipstick Wars

Politico's own Jim VandeHei talks about why the "Lipstick Wars" are actually good politics for certain candidates.

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Hurricane Ike Heads into Gulf of Mexico

Hurricane Ike moves away from Cuba and into the Gulf of Mexico. Now a category one hurricane that could strengthen to a category three, forecasters worry Ike could regain power in the Gulf. Video courtesy of Reuters (Sept. 10)

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Scientists Hope Atom Smasher Reveals New Information

After 25 years, scientists are finally turning on the world's largest machine. The scientists hope the Large Hadron Collider, an atom smasher, will teach them why electrons and protons have mass. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 10)

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Lipstick on a pig: from innocuous idiom to sexist ball of political death.

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Lipstick on a pig: from innocuous idiom to sexist ball of political death.

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Lipstick on a pig: from innocuous idiom to sexist ball of political death.

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McCain up in the Polls

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McCain up in the Polls

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Warren Buffett On Fannie, Freddie And Palin

Warren Buffett, at Fenway Park to throw out the first pitch to Jack Welch, shared his thoughts with WSJ's Brett Arends on the Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac bailout, the mortgage crisis, Barack Obama and Sarah Palin. (Sept. 10)

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Jeff Koons brings pop art revolution to Versailles

US artist, Jeff Koons, is scheduled to have his works on display at France's lavish Chateau of Versailles until January 4th. But, the king of kitsch is encountering a vociferous critic. None other than Charles-Emmanuel de Bourbon-Parme, who says he is the direct descendent of King Louis 14th and is seeking legal action to close the exhibit early.

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The disabled- new heroes of an online video game

A new video game has been launched to teach young people about disabilities. Called 'Handi-Go' - it's a web-based game where all the heroes are disabled.

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Republican Party Enjoying Image Boost

The Republican Party now has a 47% favorable rating, up from 39% just prior to the start of the conventions.

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McCain Gains on Ability to Handle Economy

Barack Obama now leads John McCain by three percentage points on the issue of the economy, having led by 16 points just prior to the start of the conventions.

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Dems Turn At GOP V.P. Pick

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and his campaign team are scrambling to realign their political efforts to adjust to GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Eye On Undecided Voters

Although it is less than 2 months before the U.S. presidential election, many voters throughout the nation still remain undecided. Kelly Wallace reports from Pennsylvania, a key swing state.

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Bush To Keep Troops Constant

President Bush announced Tuesday that he plans to keep the troop levels in Iraq fairly constant through the end of his term. CBS News Military Consultant Mike Lyons weighs in on the decision.

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Bush To Stay The Course In Afghanistan

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk weighs in on President Bush's decision to stay the course in Afghanistan and looks at Pakistan's new leader.

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Keesha Smith Booted Out

Big Brother 10 evictee talks to Julie Chen about the shocking turn of events that led to her eviction by former alliances in the house.

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Palin Dilemma Irks Dems

Experts and activists tussle over what types of comments towards Sarah Palin are appropriate, reports Bill Plante, making the Democrats' job more complex during the campaign.

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Chapman's Faith Lifts Family

Christian music star Steven Curtis Chapman performs "Cinderella" as a tribute to his young daughter who died accidentally.

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Obama, McCain Differ On Taxes

Anthony Mason examines three Ohio families from three different economic levels and sees how each would be affected by the different tax reforms proposed by Barack Obama and John McCain.

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Hugs And Kisses On The Stump

As John McCain and Sarah Palin campaign across the company, great attention is being paid to their body language. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Swing States Crucial For Nov.

Michael Crowley, senior editor from The New Republic, explains to Harry Smith how just 2 swing states could drastically affect the presidential election in November.

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Matt Damon Rips Sarah Palin

CBS News RAW: Actor Matt Damon criticizes Alaska governor Sarah Palin, citing her inexperience in national politics and comparing her candidacy to "a bad Disney movie."

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9/11 Memorial Construction Begins

Seven years after the World Trade Center towers fell, the first steel beam of the 9/11 memorial went up. Michelle Miller reports.

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RNC- A Post-McCain Analysis

Ramy Inocencio recaps GOP presidential candidate John McCain's nomination acceptance speech from the floor of the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on day four of the Republican National Convention.

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Pentagon cancels tanker competition

The Pentagon has cancelled a 35 billion dollar competition for a new air refueling tanker, leaving the politically charged decision to a new administration, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced Wednesday.

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Seven years on, Osama bin Laden still at large

Seven years after the attacks on the World Trade Centre, Afghanistan is again the frontline of the US-led "war on terror" with extremist unrest intensifying and Osama bin Laden is still on the run.

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9/11 exhibition marks anniversary

An exhibition in France, organised with the New York State Museum, tells the story of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. The exhibition presents images, films and testimonies of the atrocity, as well as objects found by the FBI among the debris.

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Digging up a grim past in Cyprus

During the Turkish invasion of northern Cyprus in 1974, some 1,500 Greek Cypriots and 500 Turkish Cypriots disappeared. UN teams started digging for possible remains of the dead three years ago, giving families hope that they can give their loved ones a decent burial.

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France prepares for Pope visit

Benedict XVI is heading to France on Friday, starting his four-day visit in Paris before moving on to the sanctuary town of Lourdes, in southwestern France. But will the German pontiff win the hearts of the French?

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World's greatest atom-smasher starts operations

The world's most powerful atom-smasher, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), began operations on Wednesday in a mission to pierce the greatest secrets of the physical Universe.

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World's biggest Bible printer weathers dip in demand

Faith is no foil against market forces -- not even if you're flogging the word of God, as the biggest printer of Bibles in the world is finding out. The Bible Society of Brazil, a non-profit group whose operations fill a modern factory on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, is weathering a downturn in export demand for its holy books, which are sold in 100 countries.

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The Joy of Sex is back

REFILING WITH DOPESHEET AND SYNTH -- The new edition of the Joy of Sex has been published, 36 years after the original by Dr Alex Comfort became an international best-seller. The book has been updated five times since 1972, but the 2008 edition is the first to be authored by a woman, who says she's revised the original to reflect a digital age where women are equals in sexual matters.

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