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Thursday, September 11, 2008

McCain on Volunteerism in the U.S.

Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain discusses volunteerism in the U.S. at a summit hosted by ServiceNation at Columbia University in New York. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 12)

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Hurricane Ike Strengthens, Thousands Flee Texas

With Hurricane Ike gathering strength on its collision course with the Texas Gulf coast, thousands of people flee coastal areas in its path -- creating a traffic nightmare. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 12)

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Executive Job Market Remains Robust

A downturn has meant a slowdown in hiring for lower-level jobs, but as Gary Burnison, CEO of Kerry/Ferry International explains hiring remains robust at the executive level. WSJ's Sarah Needleman finds out why. (Sept. 11)

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'Burn After Reading'

Watch a scene from "Burn After Reading." Video courtesy of Focus Features. (Sept. 12)

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'Towelhead'

Watch a scene from "Towelhead." Video courtesy of Warner Independent Pictures. (Sept. 12)

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Dot-Com Darling Blue Nile Falling Behind

Barron's Tiernan Ray says that the dot-com darling has fallen on hard times and may run dry if the projected future of Zales under new management comes to fruition. (Sept. 11)

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- The Politics of 9/11

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says that whether the candidates admit it or not, in an election year, 9/11 is political.

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Mossberg on Video On Demand

WSJ's Walt Mossberg gives his take on Amazon.com's new Video On Demand service which allows users to watch streaming movies or TV episodes directly on their computer. (Sept. 11)

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A Retail Slowdown

WSJ's Teri Agins pays a visit to New York Fashion Week to gauge the economic climate of retail and to see just how fashion retailers and consumers alike are dealing with the recession. (Sept. 12)

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LucasArts' 'The Force Unleashed'

WSJ's Jamin Brophy-Warren reviews LucasArts' new video game property, "The Force Unleashed." As Brophy-Warren explains, the games boasts high-quality graphics and an artificial intelligence that impressively adapts. (Sept. 12)

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Magic Number

Ken Vogel expounds upon an important integer for this week in politics... this week's choice 1962

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Magic Number

Ken Vogel expounds upon an important integer for this week in politics... this week's choice 1962

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - Sept. 11

Kotecki's rundown of the hottest and not-est in politics for this week.

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - Sept. 11

Kotecki's rundown of the hottest and not-est in politics for this week.

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Petite Sirah- Big and Bold

Fall is right around the corner, so it's time for a wine with some depth. Tastings columnists Dottie Gaiter and John Brecher tried a few bottles of Petite Sirah and share their picks. (Sept. 12)

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Obama, McCain Take a Breather

WSJ Reporters Elizabeth Holmes and Amy Chozick discuss the respectful 24-hour truce observed by John McCain and Barack Obama for the seventh anniversary of 9-11. They discuss the negative campaigning and where the candidates go from here. (Sept. 11)

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Dodger Fields Epicurean Taste

Los Angeles Dodger's outfielder Andre Ethier is a foodie. As WSJ's Hannah Karp reports, he loves food so much he has his own food blog replete with restaurant reviews and photos. (Sept. 12)

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Nike's Nicola Spirig Ad

Watch Nike's "Here I Am" ad featuring Swiss triathlete Nicola Spirig. Video courtesy of Nike. (Sept. 11)

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Nike's Simona La Mantia Ad

Watch Nike's "Here I Am" ad featuring triple-jumper Simona La Mantia. Video courtesy of Nike. (Sept. 11)

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The Freshman Freaks

In college football, there are recruits, big-time recruits and what some call the 'freshmen freaks'. Find out about players that may turn out to be the next big thing. WSJ's Darren Everson reports. (Sept. 12)

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The Power of Progress - John Podesta - HIGHLIGHTS

http://www.amazon.com/Power-Progress-Americas-Progressives-Economy/dp/0307382559 HIGHLIGHTS of John Podesta's discussion of his new book, The Power of Progress with SEIU's Andy Stren. Podesta the former chief of staff for President Bill Clinton and founder of the Center for American Progress, explains how progressive values changed America in the wake of the Gilded Age and how these values can shape policy to work for the American people. Tapping the spirit of great progressive leaders from Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt to Martin Luther King Jr., The Power of Progress provides the road map toward a government responsive to the needs of its citizens, one that is focused on our generation's greatest challenges: combating global warming, growing our economy and expanding the middle class, and meeting America's 21st century security challenges. http://www.americanprogress.org/

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- The Politics of 9/11

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says that whether the candidates admit it or not, in an election year, 9/11 is political.

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Jon Friedman talks with SNY's Steve Raab

Conversations with Jon Friedman: Jon Friedman talks sports, broadcasting and the Mets with Steve Raab, president of the SNY cable television network. (Sept. 11)

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Survey Says Economists Weary

The weak growth pattern in the U.S. will weigh heavily on the next administration, because, as WSJ's Phil Izzo explains, economists are painting a grim forecast where even another stimulus package won't help. (Sept. 11)

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Talking Trade With the Commerce Secretary

The U.S. trade deficit widened more than expected in July, hitting a 16-month high; Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez talks about the report and oil as the key driver of the gap. (Sept. 11)

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Bears Hold Fast to Financial Sector

Wall Street punished Lehman shares again on the heels of fresh downgrades, while the selling also pushed down Merrill Lynch and Washington Mutual. (Sept. 11)

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Nike's Maria Sharapova Ad

Watch Nike's "Here I Am" ad featuring tennis player Maria Sharapova. Video courtesy of Nike. (Sept. 11)

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Rebuilding the World Trade Center

The real estate battle over the Freedom Tower construction site continues even as the seventh anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy is observed. WSJ's deputy real-estate editor Peter Grant explains. (Sept. 11)

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Fashion World Mourns End of Polaroid Instant Film

Fashion insiders react to the upcoming end of Polaroid's instant film. Polaroid film is used daily across the industry among publicists, model agencies, casting directors and designers. WSJ's Elva Ramirez reports. (Sept. 11)

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Wipe Off the Lipstick, Get Back on Track

Now becoming an infamous political faux pas, the "lipstick on a pig" joke, has left both John McCain and Barack Obama guilty of dumb campaigning. Courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 11)

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Hurricane Ike Approaches Texas

Forecasters predict Hurricane Ike may gain strength before hitting the Texas coast on Saturday. Oil and natural gas platforms have been shut down ahead of the storm. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 11)

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New York to Honor Sept. 11 Anniversary

Americans will stop and remember the seventh anniversay of the Sept. 11 terrorists attacks at ceremonies near Ground Zero and other locations throughout the city.

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Playback 9/11/08

Obama visits Letterman

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Playback 9/11/08

Obama visits Letterman

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Complying with Federal Election Laws As a State Candidate In 2008




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The Birth of the Bailout Culture

As the market works to digest a fresh wave of bailouts, David Weidner takes a look at Long-Term Capital Management, the company that started it all. Has Wall Street learned its lesson? (Sept. 11)

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DC Celebrity

In lieu of a regular episode of KoteckiTV, please enjoy this video (shot by my lovely fiancée Emily) of me competing last night in the 15th Annual Funniest Celebrity in Washington Contest. WARNING: mild language implied.

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DC Celebrity

In lieu of a regular episode of KoteckiTV, please enjoy this video (shot by my lovely fianc�e Emily) of me competing last night in the 15th Annual Funniest Celebrity in Washington Contest. WARNING: mild language implied.

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DC Celebrity

In lieu of a regular episode of KoteckiTV, please enjoy this video (shot by my lovely fianc�e Emily) of me competing last night in the 15th Annual Funniest Celebrity in Washington Contest. WARNING: mild language implied.

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The problem with France is.... French

Every year around 100 British families settle in the region of Dordogne in southwestern France. Their children go to school there but often start off without a word of French. Bruno Argeuille is in charge of teaching young Britons the language skills they need to get by.

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Crocs Safety Scrutinized

Crocs are popular among adults and kids alike but parents say they pose a safety risk for children and now a lawsuit has been filed involving escalator mutilation. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Super Lice Not A Myth

Some commonly used shampoos for lice will no longer work on the pests, but old-fashioned remedies can, Dr. Daniel Rauch tells Harry Smith.

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Make Your Meals Minty-Fresh

Mint isn't just for gum and toothpaste; you can use it to create fresh meals in the kitchen, too! Dede Wilson of Bon Apetit magazine shows Harry Smith some minty recipes.

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Shop Your Closet

You don't have to look far or spend any money at all to shake up your fall wardrobe. The trick is to shop your own closet for new outfits. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Zoo Becomes A Family Business

A family becomes the caretakers for a zoo that would have been condemned, reports Allen Pizzey. Benjamin Zee wrote about his experience in "We Bought A Zoo," and talks to Harry Smith.

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Sell Your Home Yourself

In this housing market sellers are desperate to generate a profit. Some experts say selling your home yourself may be the key to coming out on top. Maggie Rodriguez talks with Ray Martin about it.

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Pentagon's 9/11 Memorial Opens

A memorial has opened at the Pentagon for those who died when American Airlines Flight 77 struck the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. David Martin reports.

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De Niro, Pacino On Red Carpet

The premiere of the film "Righteous Kill" staring Academy Award winners, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro took place in New York City, N.Y. It was a red carpet event with the full cast in attendance.

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Eye To Eye- Down Syndrome

Katie Couric talks with parents of twins, one baby was born with Down Syndrome. They tell their story of when doctors first notified them of the disorder.

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Ike Churns Through Gulf

Coastal Texans began evacuating as Hurricane Ike moves closer to landfall, Dave Price reports. The Category 2 storm may gain strength before it hits the state.

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Learning About Down Syndrome

Sarah Palin is a role model to many parents of children with Down Syndrome. As Katie Couric reports, the majority of parents that learn of the disorder early choose to terminate the pregnancy.

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Obama, McCain Visit 9/11 Site

CBS News Raw: Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain put aside their differences and walked together into the great pit where the World Trade Center once stood.

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Solar Car Travels The Globe

A show car designed in Switzerland runs only on power generated from photovoltaic cells trailing behind it. Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith talk to Louis Palmer, the inventor.

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GOP's Youngest Delegate

CBS Mobile's Ramy Inocencio chats with Mike Knopf. At 17, Knopf is the youngest delegate to the 2008 Republican National Convention. He turns 18 just four days before Election Day.

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Bin Laden Still At Large

Seven years after the 9/11 attacks on America, Osama Bin Laden is still alive and leading a resurgent Al Qaeda. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Fast, Friendly, & Wi-Fi Skies

In order to keep up with the latest technological trends, several airlines have announced plans to install wireless internet access and other new gadgets for passengers. KCAL's Dave Malkoff reports.

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Notebook- Post-9/11 Art

On the 7th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, Katie Couric examines a new emergence in the art world of sculptures which have been created from materials confiscated at airports.

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Pentagon dedicates first September 11 memorial

President George W. Bush dedicated the first September 11 memorial Thursday at the Pentagon, hailing the "heroes of 9/11" and the absence of terrorist attacks on US soil in the seven years since that assault.

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Red Tape At Ground Zero

Seven years after the 9/11 attacks, the former World Trade Center site remains undeveloped. Many are dissatisfied with the pace of reconstruction, as Harry Smith reports.

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HIV-AIDS orphans face life alone in Swaziland

Swaziland has the highest rate of HIV and AIDS in the world at over 40 percent of the population. Although the fight against the disease has become a top priority for the country, it is still largely stigmatised, often known simply as the 'three letter disease'.

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SC Democratic Chairwoman Defends Comment

In an interview with Politico Reporter Alex Burns, South Carolina Democratic Chairwoman Carol Fowler alleged that Sarah Palin was only chosen for John McCain's running mate because she hadn't "had an abortion". Burns explains.

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Palin Returns To Alaska

Gov. Palin returned home to a warm welcome in spite of media scrutiny over her record, reports Nancy Cordes. One public policy analyst suggests Palin's rise to fame is similar to Obama's.

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Lower Manhattan strives to reflorish

Life at the Lower Manhattan starts again NEW YORK Seven years after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Lower Manhattan strives to reflorish. While the site of the World Trade Center is still under reconstruction, all around it stores, apartment buildings and public equipments are popping up.

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Latin mass gives boost to French Catholic traditionalists

It’s a little over one year since Pope Benedict XVI issued a decree allowing greater use of mass in Latin. Ahead of the pontiff’s visit to France, starting on Friday, a look at whether Latin mass has caught on among French Catholics.

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Afghan city fights for its silk industry

Once a key trading hub along the ancient Silk Route, the Afghan city of Herat is fighting to keep alive its coveted silk industry. Fierce competition from China and Pakistan are driving many families in this city bordering Iran out of their traditional hand-spun silk business.

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Lebanese Druze politician killed in car bombing

Saleh Aridi, a member of Lebanon's opposition Democratic Party, was killed Wednesday in a car bomb explosion in his hometown of Baysur, southeast of Beirut, officials said.

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Are The Attack Ads True?

The McCain campaign took aim at Barack Obama's "lipstick" comment and his record on sex education with attack ads. Bill Plante explores if the ads are on target.

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In Bed With Big Oil

Government employees who oversee offshore oil drilling are involved in a drug and sex scandal with big oil companies, according to an investigative report. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Lipstick On A Pig Row

In a new ad, the McCain campaign accused Sen. Barack Obama of a thinly-veiled attack on Gov. Sarah Palin. Obama fired back that the ad was "absurd." Chip Reid reports.

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Obama's Fed Up With Ads

Barack Obama is fed up with John McCain's camp, saying that his "lipstick" comment was taken out of context and was thrown to the media like "catnip." Dean Reynolds reports.

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Obama Talks Lipstick On Letterman

Barack Obama visited The Late Show with David Letterman to talk about pigs, makeup and 9/11.

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