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Friday, September 12, 2008

Mazda's Hydrogen Hybrid Unites Green Technology

WSJ's John Murphy reviews Mazda's new hydrogen hybrid, the Premacy Hydrogen Rotary Engine Hybrid. The vehicle attempts to combine different types of green technology, he says. (June 27)

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Japanese Car Runs on Water

In Osaka, Japan, Genepax presents its eco-friendly car that runs on nothing but water. The company hopes to go into mass production with a Japanese manufacturer.(June 13)

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Honda CEO on Hydrogen-Car Plans

Honda CEO Takeo Fukui says Honda has no intention of waiting around for infrastructure to catch up to Honda's hydrogen-car plans. He talks with WSJ's John Murphy. (June 13)

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Test Driving the iMiEV Electric Microcar

David Patterson, senior manager and engineer at Mitsubishi, takes WSJ's David Patton for a test drive in the "iMiEV" microcar, a full-electric vehicle. (March 18)

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Emily Dickinson's Inspiring and Revealing Friendship

Author Brenda Wineapple discusses her new book, "White Heat." She speaks with WSJ's Bob Hughes about Emily Dickinson and her friendship with Thomas Wentworth Higginson. (Sept. 13)

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Looking Ahead- Financials on Tap

Between storms, the election, and the uncertain outcome still for Lehman Brothers, we're heading into the third full week of September with plenty on the calendar. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 12)

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'Appaloosa'

Watch a clip from the film 'Appaloosa.' Video courtesy of New Line Cinema. (Sept. 13)

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Sea Change for Convention Hosts?

Changing demographics and political climates mean Colorado and Minnesota could buck tradition and vote the other way this November. MarketWatch's Russ Britt reports. (Sept. 12)

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The Week Ahead In Europe

MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein looks ahead to a busy week in Europe that will feature data on inflation and consumer confidence as well as earnings from Pernod Ricard and Inditex. (Sept. 12)

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Teaming Up With Suppliers

Chaman Jain talks with WSJ's Carol Hymowitz about how collaborating with vendors and suppliers can help make planning more effective, plus what it takes to make that kind of collaboration happen. (July 7)

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Courting Travelers With Educational Programs

Educational travel programs are booming, allowing participants an opportunity for retreat, or the chance to explore or learn a new skill, says WSJ's Kelly Greene in the latest Encore report. (Sept. 13)

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Picking the Perfect Tomato

WSJ's Katy McLaughlin goes on a tomato shopping trip with Paul Canales, executive chef of Oliveto restaurant in Oakland, Calif. Paul shows Katy how to determine which tomatoes are best for cooking and which are best to eat raw. (Sept. 13)

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Act Fast to Seek Care for Stroke

Last year, 780,000 Americans suffered a stroke. Yet many suffer needless disability or die because they ignore the warning signs. Steven Levine, a neurologist at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, explains why it's important to act fast. (Sept. 13)

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How Growth Leaders Succeed

Jeanne Liedtka of the University of Virginia's Darden Graduate Schoool of Business gives tips to managers on achieving organic growth. She talks with WSJ's Carol Hymowitz. (July 7)

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Big Insider Buys at Dell, Netflix

Barron's John Kimelman reports that Michael Dell just bought $100 million more of his company's stock, while Goldman Sachs is building stake in Netflix. (Sept. 12)

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Gates-Seinfeld Microsoft Ads

Watch two clips from Microsoft's new ads, featuring Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld. Video courtesy of Microsoft. (Sept. 12)

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The Positive Link Between Parental Involvement and Children'

Each month, familyfacts.org explores an area of academic research on a topic related to the family and religion. September's findings highlight the positive link between parental involvement and children's educational outcomes.

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The Palin Backlash

The Journal Editorial Report, Saturdays at 5:30pm ET on Fox News Channel.

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Obama's new ads

Politico's Mike Allen talk about Obama's newest television ads...

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Bill Clinton's advice for Obama

Politico's John Harris talk about what he thinks Bill today Obama during their lunch date this week.

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Ike's Impact on Oil

Despite the threat of a major hurricane and OPEC's move to tighten spigots, oil prices have fallen back sharply. Alaron Trading's Phil Flynn discusses how oil prices could spike if Ike wallops installations in the Gulf. (Sept. 12)

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Who Will Save Lehman Brothers?

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that the Chief Executive of Lehman Brothers, Dick Fuld has announced that the only option to avoid bankruptcy is to sell the company. As the crowd thins, it looks like Bank of America stands alone. (Sept. 12)

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What's Lehman Worth?

MarketWatch's David Weidner reviews the litany of troubles at Lehman Brothers and explores what might come next for this embattled Wall Street icon. (Sept. 12)

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Pranksters Pull Off Fake Marathon

Watch a clip about a prank in which GuerilLA stages a "marathon" along the Strand in Manhattan Beach, Calif. There, unsuspecting joggers and bicyclists encounter a cheering crowd, a finish line and a person handing out medals. (Sept. 12)

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When ABC's Charlie Gibson interviewed Sarah Palin, America learned one thing: her eyes must be really dry

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When ABC's Charlie Gibson interviewed Sarah Palin, America learned one thing: her eyes must be really dry

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Kotecki- 09/12/08

When ABC’s Charlie Gibson interviewed Sarah Palin, America learned one thing: her eyes must be really dry

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Kotecki- 09/12/08

When ABC’s Charlie Gibson interviewed Sarah Palin, America learned one thing: her eyes must be really dry

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Five Misconceptions About the National Debt

1)The proper measure is the total debt and not yearly deficits. 2)The national debt is actually below the post-WWII average. 3)The debt is not large enough to raise interest rates. 4)The main concern is future debt. 5)And, economic growth reduces the

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Obama on Fixing Washington

Speaking at Columbia University in New York, Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama discusses why he believes Washington is broken. The discussion was part of a summit organized by ServiceNation. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 12)

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Obama on Responding to 9/11

Speaking at a summit organized by ServiceNation in New York, Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama discusses how he would have responded to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks had he been president. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 12)

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Damien Hirst's Auction Gamble

Damien Hirst, who produces the most expensive artwork of any living artist, will test the current market when his latest works go on sale at auction next week at Sotheby's. (Sept. 12)

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McCain on Why America is 'Exceptional'

Speaking at a summit organized by ServiceNation at Columbia University in New York, Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain discusses what sets America and its citizens apart from other nations. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 12)

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Hirst's Auction Gamble

Damien Hirst, who creates the most expensive artwork of any living artist, is taking a gamble when he auctions off 223 new works next week. Aude Lagorce reports.

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AP Campaign Minute

Here's the latest news from the campaign trail for Friday, Sept. 12: McCain says Palin never asked for money for pet projects; Biden releases financial records; Palin says humans may contribute to warming; Obama ad says McCain out of date.

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AP Photos- This week on the campaign trail

The AP's David Ake has the stories behind this week's best photos from the campaign trail.

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AP First Person- Palin and the bridge

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has said she opposed the controversial 'bridge to nowhere'. The AP's Charles Babington says the reality is far more complicated.

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Injured Vet Returns To Iraq

Lara Logan speaks to Green Beret Master Sergeant Tim Brigham who, despite being severely injured in Iraq, returned for a fourth tour.

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Poor in booming Angola

Just 6 years after a three decade-long civil war, Angola is now one of the fastest growing economies in the world, thanks to its rising oil production. The country's capital Luanda is experiencing a massive construction boom. But right in the center of the city and in sharp contrast with the shiny new structures coming up nearby, hundreds of people are living in abandoned buildings with no running water.

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Passengers face chaos as Eurostar blocked

French and British firefighters on Friday extinguished a 1,000-degree inferno in the Channel Tunnel but tens of thousands of travellers faced more delay as they waited for the undersea link to reopen. Scenes from the Paris Eurostar terminal at Gare du Nord.

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Mooncake tradition melts in face of ice cream challenge

Hong Kongers are experimenting with alternatives to the fatty mooncakes traditionally eaten over the traditional Mid-Autumn festival. This year, ice cream mooncakes are selling like hotcakes.

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Pope visits France as church flock dwindles

Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Paris on Friday for talks with President Nicolas Sarkozy and to deliver a keynote address before flying to the southwest town of Lourdes, one of the world's most visited Catholic sites.

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Channel tunnel inferno leaves tens of thousands facing travel ch

French and British Firefighters on Friday slowly mastered a 1,000 degree inferno in the Channel Tunnel but tens of thousands of travellers faced extended disruption. Images of French Eurotunnel terminal.

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Beijing dwarves stand up for themselves

A group of Beijing's dwarves are standing up for themselves, introducing the public to the ancient art of shadow puppetry.

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MoneyWatch

It's more bad news for yet another major U.S. bank, as Washington Mutual faces a financial crisis. Allison Harmelin reports from New York on this and more of today's top financial news.

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Pope says there is no culture without religion

Pope Benedict XVI Friday warned that humanity faced "disaster" if it turned away from religion, saying faith was the basis of all true culture, in a speech to cultural and religious leaders in Paris. The pontiff began a four day visit to France on Friday.

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Sarah Palin Interviewed

Rudy Giuliani and Gov. Bill Richardson talk to "The Early Show" about what was learned about the candidate.

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Maximum security for Pope's visit to Lourdes

No stone is being left unturned as Pope Benedict XVI visits the small town of Lourdes in southwest France this weekend. Thousands of security personnel and the military are on hand at the place of pilgrimage to make sure the Pontif's first visit to France goes smoothly.

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Eurostar train service to remain shut Friday after fire

Tens of thousands of travellers remained stranded on both sides of the Channel on Friday, after a fire broke out in the Channel Tunnel the day before.

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Eurostar train service to remain shut Friday after fire

Tens of thousands of travellers remained stranded on both sides of the Channel on Friday, after a fire broke out in the Channel Tunnel the day before. The fire, which caught on a freight shuttle on Thursday afternoon, only caused truck drivers minor injuries, but has left people in both Gare du Nord in Paris, and St Pancras in London, in complete mayhem. French rail operator SNCF said the traffic 'could' resume on Saturday.

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Thailand in gridlock over political crisis

Samak Sundaravej has ended his bid to return to power as Thailand's prime minister, officials said Friday, after a revolt within the ruling party torpedoed his re-election in parliament. Lawmakers from the ruling six-party coalition failed to show up to re-elect Samak as prime minister during an emergency session of parliament.

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Pope begins visit to France

Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Paris on Friday for his first trip to France since his election in 2005, following the death of John Paul II. Most of his four-day visit will be spent in the southwest town of Lourdes, one of the world’s most visited Catholic sites.

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Good, Bad And Ugly Politics

This year's presidential campaign is becoming less about economic policy and more about culture and values. Untruths are damaging both candidates while facts are ignored. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Political Ceasefire For 9/11

Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain put aside politics to visit Ground Zero on the 7th anniversary of 9/11. But as Dean Reynolds reports, the attacks keep coming.

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Palin Goes Home, Seeks Solace

After constant media attention, Sarah Palin returns to Alaska as her son leaves for army deployment. As Nancy Cordes reports, Palin has reached out to famed pastor Rick Warren for guidance.

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Where They Stand- Iraq War

Americans get to voice their opinion of U.S. troop presence in Iraq with their vote for president in November. Lara Logan reports on the candidates' positions in "Where They Stand."

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Bush's Secret Pakistan Raids

Katie Couric speaks with chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan, reporting from Afghanistan, about the recent revelation that President Bush secretly ordered military raids in Pakistan.

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Jewish festival in Warsaw

The fifth Singer Festival, named after the Jewish-Polish author who won the Nobel prize for literature, has begun in Warsaw. The festival, which attracts many non-Jews, is part of a wave of interest in a culture which has all but disappeared in Poland.

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Gulf Coast Readies For Ike

Residents of coastal Texas are preparing for the worst, as Hurricane Ike could be on a potentially destructive path towards the region. The Early Show weather anchor Dave Price reports.

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Damien Hirst's Brash Auction

Damien Hirst, known for his pickled shark artwork, is taking all of his work directly to an auction house instead of going through a dealer, Shelia MacVicar reports.

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Suzanne Somers' 8 Steps

Actress/author Suzanne Somers talks to Harry Smith about eight steps to make a longer, healthier life, featured in her latest book "Breakthrough."

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Houston Will Face Ike Head-On

Remembering Hurricane Rita deaths due to last minute evacuation and panic, officials urge Houston residents to hunker down, Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Baby Formula Recall In China

One death has been reported from a recalled baby formula in China tainted with a chemical used to make plastic, Celia Hatton reports.

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Dave Price Washed Up

Weatherman Dave Price gets soaked by the rising tide as Hurricane Ike approaches Galveston. As if once wasn't enough, the sea took his shoes out from under him.

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Preview- Evidence Of Injustice

In a joint investigation, Steve Kroft and The Washington Post's John Solomon report on a flawed science used in the convictions of hundreds of defendants, dozens of whom may be innocent.

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LL Cool J On The Plaza

LL Cool J released his last album "Exit 13" with DefJam, he told Maggie Rodriguez. He also told Maggie how he got his handle.

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Ike's Size Concerns Texans

Hurricane Ike is over 200 miles wide and could batter the coast for 10 hours, reports Dave Price from Galveston, Texas.

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Hurricane Ike Rescue On Tape

CBS News RAW: Officials in Galveston made a daring rescue by helicopter after a man in a pick-up truck was stranded in Ike's high tides on the Texas coastline.

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Jerry Cast Out Of Big Brother!

Jerry MacDonald was the latest 'Big Brother 10' cast member to be betrayed and evicted. He told Julie Chen about how he thought Dan made him believe they were on the same side.

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Palin Goes Home, Seeks Solace

After constant media attention, Sarah Palin returns to Alaska as her son leaves for army deployment. As Nancy Cordes reports, Palin has reached out to famed pastor Rick Warren for guidance.

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Notebook- Political Sexism

In the wake of a seemingly endless debate over a joke made by Barack Obama about lipstick and a pig, Katie Couric observes that Sarah Palin has shaken up and redefined feminism during Campaign '08.

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