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Sunday, September 14, 2008

No Sugar-Coating the Crisis

In light of Monday's financial-sector developments, you might be wondering which titan will be next to fall. MarketWatch's David Weidner examines the firms that look most vulnerable. (Sept. 15)

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Rough Weekend For Lehman, Merrill, AIG

It was a gut-wrenching weekend for Wall Street, with Lehman Brothers headed toward possible liquidation, Merrill Lynch about to be taken over and AIG facing shareholder wrath. WSJ's Dennis Berman and Matthew Karnitschnig look at what's ahead.

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Wall Street Meltdown, A Political Draw

WSJ's Jerry Seib discusses the political impact of the market crisis on the presidential candidates' campaigns. He says the meltdown exposes both Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama's economic inexperience. (Sept. 15)

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The $700 Billion Bailout

Joe Nocera, a Times columnist, explains some drawbacks to the federal government's $700 billion bailout of the financial industry.

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Advice to Merrill Lynch Consumers

Your Money columnist Ron Lieber offers advice for consumers and investors of Merrill Lynch.

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Advice to A.I.G. Policyholders

Your Money columnist Ron Lieber offers advice for A.I.G. policyholders.

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Cuban Missile Crisis Redux?

What are Russian bombers doing in Venezuela? The Americas columnist Mary O'Grady lays it out for Kelsey Hubbard. (Sept. 15)

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Stay-Behinds Weather Tough Times After Ike

The 140,000 people who didn't heed warnings to flee Galveston and other Texas towns ahead of Hurricane Ike faced a second treacherous night, Reuters reports. (Sept. 14)

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Does Being Ethical Pay?

Do companies need to tread carefully to avoid a backlash from overhyping their ethical credentials? June Cotte, associate professor of marketing at University of Western Ontario's Ivey School of Business, speaks with WSJ's Erin White. (May 9)

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Galveston Faces Massive Damage

Hurricane Ike has left a trail of destruction throughout the tourism-driven town of Galveston, Tex. "The Early Show" weather anchor Dave Price examines some of the hardest hit areas.

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Ike's Aftermath Draws Concern

The aftermath of Hurricane Ike has left many Texas residents worried over the massive damages which remain in many small town areas. Mark Strassman reports.

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Stein On Russia

Contributor Ben Stein says that the U.S. is provoking Russia by unnecessarily getting involved with Georgia and Poland. Stein says the U.S. should realize its plate is full and "butt out."

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Exploring Without Sight

Twelve remarkable students explored the rugged Grand Canyon on the summer vacation of a lifetime. And, as Daniel Sieberg reports, half of the students are blind or visually impaired.

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Houston Reels From Hurricane

Houston officials are racing to assist residents who have been severely affected by the Hurricane Ike. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, some could be without electricity for the next month.

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More Dead In L.A. Train Wreck

Additional bodies continue to be found in the wreckage of a collision between a freight train and a commuter train filled with passengers. As Sandra Hughes reports, the engineer may be at fault.

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Buy A Nice House For $50?

As the U.K. experiences declines in house prices similar to the U.S., CBS' Allen Pizzey visits an English couple who have decided to raffle off their house in an online auction.

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Fast Draw- Mount Education

The price of higher education is getting higher and higher and, as the Fast Draw team illustrates, gathering funds can be like climbing a mountain.

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Obama Urged To Rev Up Campaign

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has been urged to defend himself against the latest barrage of Republican attacks. Dean Reynolds reports from the campaign trail.

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ABCs Of Home Schooling

More and more children are being educated at home. The home schooling industry, which provides everything from curricula to text books, is a multibillion dollar business. Tracy Smith reports.

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Face The Nation, 09.14.08

Bob Schieffer mediates a heated discussion about the credentials of Sarah Palin, the women's rights records of the candidates, and the strength of the female voting bloc. Then, Schieffer has the last word.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports home financing became easier for those with good credit; Lehman Brothers' plan for survival received a lukewarm reception; and Chrysler will roll out new models in 2010.

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Sun shines on Pope's shrine visit

The sun shone on Lourdes as Pope Benedict conducted an open-air mass in front of 150,000 faithful. For many it was their first glimpse of the pontif, who was greeted by cheers as he came and went in his popemobile.

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India questions its security after blasts

Still reeling from Saturday’s deadly serial blasts across capital New Delhi, India is now reassessing its domestic security. A shadowy Islamic militant group has claimed responsibility, forcing the country to confront the emergence of home-grown terrorism.

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Tense, fearful feeling grips Bolivia's economic heartland

Santa Cruz, Bolivia's most economically vital state, was in the grip of fear and suffering fuel shortages over the weekend as a conflict pitting it and other rebel regions against the leftwing government deepened.

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Two dead in Paris river crash

Two people, who were seriously injured when a pleasure boat carrying 12 people sank in the River Seine in Paris, died Sunday, police said. The pair, a man in his forties and a six-year-old boy, died within hours after they were trapped in the sunken boat near the capital's Notre Dame cathedral for some 20 minutes before frogmen found them

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