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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

McCain's Muddy Message

John McCain should be playing up Palin's popularity and resume of reform, Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger tells Kelsey Hubbard. (Sept. 18)

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Voices from the West

(Boston Globe) Voters at Barack Obama rallies in Colorado and Nevada share their views on the candidate, the state of the economy, and the state of the race. (By Scott Helman, Globe Staff)

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Reasons to Stay in the Market

While the stock market fell another 450 points on Wednesday, personal finance columnist Brett Arends has a few good reasons to stay in the market. (Sept. 17)

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What to Expect as Market Readjusts

In the wake of this past week's market meltdown, WSJ's economics editor David Wessel looks at the shakeup and sees one of two outcomes: the crisis as catharsis or a drawn-out mess. (Sept. 18)

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Ten Commandments for Soccer Fans

Argentina, home to a feverish soccer culture that produced Diego Maradona and World Cup champions, is also home to a hooligan underbelly that permeates on gamedays. As WSJ's Matt Moffett reports, a controversial project is now looking to curb the violence. (Sept. 18)

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Deconstruction Zone - Sept 17

Is Obama broke? Jeanne Cummings sits down with Mike Allen to discuss the financial woes of the Obama campaign.

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Deconstruction Zone - Sept 17

Is Obama broke? Jeanne Cummings sits down with Mike Allen to discuss the financial woes of the Obama campaign.

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Designing Fashion to Meet the Mood

The talent of fashion designers lies in gauging the mood of our culture to create a clothing line that people want. As WSJ's Christina Binkley reports, politics and the somber mood of the economy has influenced Nanette Lepore's designs. (Sept. 18)

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Campaigns struggle with bailout response

Politico's Alex Burns on his story 'Campaigns struggle to craft bailout response'

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Campaigns struggle with bailout response

Politico's Alex Burns on his story 'Campaigns struggle to craft bailout response'

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S&P's Method to Ratings Madness

S&P's Managing Director for Institutions Ratings, Jay Dhru, talks with WSJ's Dennis Berman about rating financial institutions during the credit crisis. (Sept. 17)

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In Your Wallet- NFL Commish Roger Goodell

Ever wondered what's in a bigwig's wallet? NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was kind enough to give us a tour of his surprisingly scant billfold that was better measured by a message from his daughter. (Sept. 17)

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Terry Everett speaks out for Jay Love.

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Candidates' Inventions - MOS

Inventions... I see your Blackberry and raise you Tofurkey! James Kotecki hits the streets to find out what the people think Barack Obama should claim to have invented.

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Candidates' Inventions - MOS

Inventions... I see your Blackberry and raise you Tofurkey! James Kotecki hits the streets to find out what the people think Barack Obama should claim to have invented.

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Al Franken's Not Fit For Office


  1. Rape Jokes
  2. Pornography
  3. Reckless Anger
  4. $70,000 In Unpaid Taxes
  5. $25,000 Workers' Comp Fine
More at www.FranklyFranken.com.

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Choosing Money Markets Smartly

With three money markets "breaking the buck," investors have even more reason to be rattled. Financial advisor David Yeske says, however, that money markets are still the safest place for cash and offers some advice. Stacey Delo reports.

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Ben and Jonathan on Martha Stewart

Ben and Jonathan on Martha Stewart

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Ben and Jonathan on Martha Stewart

Ben and Jonathan on Martha Stewart

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The Presidential Transition Process

The presidential transition process. Panelists will talk about their first-hand experience in planning and executing presidential transitions and the lessons they have learned. They will identify "best practices" and key priorities in planning for an effective presidential transition. They will discuss the most important issues to focus on, what mistakes to avoid, how to prepare for a good relationship with Congress, how to address the challenge of processing appointments, and other key issues.Opening Remarks: Michele Jolin, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress Action Fund Moderated by: Christine Varney, partner at Hogan & Hartson. Varney served in the White House as Deputy Assistant to the President and Cabinet Secretary from 1993-1994. She helped to organize the cabinet for the 1992 Clinton-Gore transition. Featured Panelists and Discussants: Clay Johnson, Deputy Director of the White House Office of Budget and Management. Johnson was Executive Director of the Bush-Cheney presidential transition in 2000. Rudy deLeon, Senior Vice President at the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Rudy was the Deputy Secretary of Defense in the Clinton Administration. Rudy also managed the Pentagon transitions in 1993 and 2001. Maria Echaveste, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress Action Fund and co-founder of the Nueva Vista Group. Echaveste was Deputy Chief of Staff and Assistant to President Clinton from 1998-2001. She was also deputy director of personnel during the Clinton-Gore transition in 1992. Michael Waldman, Executive Director of the Brennan Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law. Waldman was Special Assistant to President Clinton for Policy Coordination and was the administration's chief policy aide on political reform. He was also Deputy Communications Director for the Clinton-Gore transition in 1992.

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In Dividends We Trust

Barron's Online Johanna Bennett believes that amid weak bond yields and troubling times for stocks, shares with solid cash payouts are a good bet. (Sept. 17)

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Deconstruction Zone - Sept. 16

Women in politics... and specifically mothers of small children in politics. Beth Frerking and Jeanne Cummings discuss what they have heard on the trail.

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Deconstruction Zone - Sept. 16

Women in politics... and specifically mothers of small children in politics. Beth Frerking and Jeanne Cummings discuss what they have heard on the trail.

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Green Grand Central

Looking for an environmentally friendly building in New York City? Try Grand Central Terminal. Steve Gelsi reports. (Sept. 17)

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Media Web Minute- The Couric-Palin Interview

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman believes Katie Couric's upcoming interview of Sarah Palin will allow the vice presidential candidate to focus on the issues and give Couric a chance to showcase her serious side. (Sept. 17)

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The Fed Blinked on AIG

The government blinked when it came to AIG, according to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at S&P Equity Research. He talks about why the government decided AIG's reach into financial markets made it too big to fail. (Sept. 17)

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Bombers Target U.S. Embassy in Yemen

Two explosions go off outside the U.S. embassy in Yemen, killing several. Arab media reported that the initial blast was caused by a suspected car bomb and that one of the victims may have been an attacker. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 17)

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AIG- Just When You Thought it was Safe

If you thought the AIG bailout would calm the markets, think again. WSJ's David Gaffen discusses another problem -- banks are unwilling to lend money to each other for short periods of time, the lifeblood of many financial institutions. (Sept. 17)

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Can the Dollar Sustain Its Rally?

Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman, explains the impact of the Federal Reserve's decision on the U.S. dollar and gives his outlook for the euro and the greenback. (Sept. 17)

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Kotecki- 09/17/08

The government bails out another crucial player in the US economy, John McCain invents the Blackberry, and no candidate could run a major company.

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Kotecki- 09/17/08

The government bails out another crucial player in the US economy, John McCain invents the Blackberry, and no candidate could run a major company.

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Kotecki- 09/17/08

The government bails out another crucial player in the US economy, John McCain invents the Blackberry, and no candidate could run a major company.

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One tax, two tax, three tax four.

Vote for Kay Hagan if you want to pay more.

Ten years in office and she's raised taxes high.

Income tax, sales tax, coke tax oh my.

Doubling state debt, Hagan's foot on the pedal.

Taxing working families? She gets the gold medal.

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High taxes and spending. Hagan's record is real sad.

More at http://www.SayNayToKay.com

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WSJ's Insight Exchange- Breaking into Big-Box Retail

For entrepreneurs, breaking into big-box retail can be their ticket to mainstream success. But the road to retailers isn't always a smooth one. WSJ's Insight Exchange asks those who have survived the journey how they succeeded. (Sept. 17)

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Martha Stewart on McCain

Martha Stewart on McCain

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Martha Stewart on McCain

Martha Stewart on McCain

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Parsing the Federal Government's AIG Bailout

WSJ's economics reporter Sudeep Reddy parses the U.S. government's latest move to seize control of AIG in an $85 billion bailout. He analyzes the reasons behind that decision and its impact going forward. (Sept. 17)

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Bush Tours Storm-Battered Texas

President Bush tours Texas by helicopter, viewing Hurricane Ike's devastation first-hand. Promising federal help for the region, Bush urged residents to heed official warnings to stay away. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 17)

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Jon Friedman on Whatever, Martha!

Jon Friedman talks to Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman Hutt, hosts of the new show, "Whatever, Martha!," which mocks vintage episodes of "Martha Stewart Living." (Sept. 17)

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Out of touch?

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Out of touch?

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Seagate's Latest Consumer Launch

Seagate launches a new line of slimmed-down, high-storage disk drives to meet consumer demand. Chief Executive Officer Bill Watkins gives MarketWatch's Rex Crum a demo and discusses how this market spells big opportunity for the company. (Sept. 17)

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Softball - Sept. 16

James Kotecki sits down with Daniel Libit to talk about hte McCain campaign gaffes that happened today and why they are important or not important.

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Softball - Sept. 16

James Kotecki sits down with Daniel Libit to talk about hte McCain campaign gaffes that happened today and why they are important or not important.

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Softball - Sept. 16

James Kotecki sits down with Daniel Libit to talk about hte McCain campaign gaffes that happened today and why they are important or not important.

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Softball - Sept. 16

James Kotecki sits down with Daniel Libit to talk about hte McCain campaign gaffes that happened today and why they are important or not important.

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Barack Obama v. General Petraeus




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UrbanEye- Tribute to Maurice Sendak

An 80th birthday celebration for Maurice Sendak, the children's author and illustrator.

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Former CTO Myhrvold's Hobbies

Once a chief technology officer at Microsoft, Nathan Myhrvold also boasts a dizzying array of hobbies, ranging from paleontology to a search for extraterrestrial life. WSJ's Amol Sharma reports. (Sept. 17)

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AP Rough Cuts- Obama's Cali departure

Following a Hollywood fundraiser, Barack Obama boarded a plane in California and headed to his next campaign stop in Nevada.

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O'Neal And Son Released

Actor Ryan O'Neal, father of notorious actress Tatum O'Neal, and his son Redmund were released after being arrested. Authorities discovered drugs in the O'Neal household in Malibu.

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50 Days, 50 States

In The Early Show's continuing series "50 Days 50 States," the focus turns to New Jersey where 13 electoral votes are at stake for Barack Obama and John McCain.

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Chevy Volt Electrifies Fans

GM rolled out its electric car, the Chevy Volt, slated for 2010 hoping it will attract green buyers. Harry Smith talked to Volt design director Bob Boniface.

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Edwards' First Appearance

Returning to the public spotlight, Elizabeth Edwards spoke about U.S. health care issues at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Dan On 'Big Brother 10' Wins!

Dan Gheesling won $500,000 over his buddy Memphis Garrett on the "Big Brother 10" finale. They both sat with Julie Chen to talk about the season and receive their prizes.

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China says contaminated baby milk is an emergency

Chinese authorities seek to reassure the public after admitting that 6,000 babies have fallen ill and three died after drinking milk powder contaminated with a toxic chemical.

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Thaksin's brother-in-law elected Thai PM

A brother-in-law of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra was elected Thai prime minister by parliament Wednesday but faced immediate opposition from protesters who vowed to force him from office.

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Israel's governing party vote starts

Voting started on Wednesday in Israel where the governing Kadima party is picking a new leader to replace scandal-plagued Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

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Actor Modine Likes His Bike

As a struggling actor, Matthew Modine rode his bike around New York to get around. Now he's riding his bike to promote awareness for the environment.

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How To Talk To Your Babysitter

How do you broach sensitive subjects with your babysitter that could affect your working relationship? Cookie magazine's Robbie Ludwig gives Maggie Rodriguez some tips.

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Knox Has First Italian Hearing

Amanda Knox got her first hearing in Italy to determine if she will be charged with the murder of Meredith Kercher, reports Allen Pizzey. The case could take five years if brought to trial.

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Lassie Star Writes Memoir

Fifty years after "Lassie" aired, former child star Jon Provost writes about his life during and after the hit television series. He talked to Harry Smith.

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Troopergate Inquiry Dogs Palin

Alaska Republicans seek to delay an inquiry into whether Governor Sarah Palin acted improperly and used her office to settle a personal grudge. Chip Reid reports.

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Plastics' Safety Questioned

The debate is heating up over the safety of a common household plastic called BPA-compound found in baby bottles and water bottles. Maggie Rodriguez talks with Dr. Holly Phillips about it.

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Trump's Finance Survival Tips

In these times of economic uncertainty, who better to get financial advice from than a self-made billionaire? Donald Trump gives Harry Smith some survival tactics for personal investments.

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Royal 'Fly Bye' For Kate?

Will Prince William's new job as a search and rescue pilot with the Royal Air Force mean a "fly bye" to girlfriend Kate Middleton? Maggie Rodriguez talks to Patrick Jephson.

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60 Minutes- How It All Began

Sept. 23, 2007 marks the beginning of the 40th season of 60 Minutes. See an excerpt of the program's first broadcast on Sept. 24th, 1968.

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Store Owner Pulls BPA-Plastics

Only On The Web: Felina Rakowski-Gallagher, mother and owner of Upper Breast Side, talks with Jon LaPook about her decision to sell only BPA-free plastic products.

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Preview- Presidential Questions

In the debut of "Presidential Questions," Katie Couric asks John McCain and Barack Obama how they would prevent a terrorist attack and what flaw of theirs might hinder their ability to be president.

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Presidential Questions

CBS is launching a series titled "Presidential Questions," where we ask both candidates the same question so Americans can judge for themselves which man deserves the presidency.

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Wine tasting meets self-service

There's no bartender here at Ceviche Wine Bar. Self-service let's customers do the pouring for a start-to-finish wine tasting experience.

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Health Risk In Plastics, Cans?

A new report links a chemical commonly found in plastics and cans, Bisphenol A, to heart disease and diabetes. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Cooking With Eggplant

With eggplant at its seasonal peak, Chef Scott Conant of New York's "Scarpetta" restaurant has tips on creating delicious meals for your family.

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Will Beijing's blue skies last after the Olympics?

Chinese authorities took drastic measures to ensure blue skies during the Beijing Olympics. But now that the Games are over, many people are wondering whether the Olympics will have any lasting environmental legacy.

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AIG bailout doesn't mean end to financial crisis

After letting Lehman Brothers go bankrupt, the US authorities have decided to save insurance giant AIG. But this doesn't mean an end to the financial crisis.

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Eye To Eye- Video Games

Only On The Web: Connie Yowell of the MacArthur Foundation talks about how video games can benefit a child's learning process.

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U.S. Embassy In Yemen Bombed

A probe is underway into a car bomb and multiple explosions outside the U.S. Embassy, along with claims that al Qaeda was involved. Mark Phillips reports.

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Feds Save AIG

The Federal Reserve saved AIG, the insurance co. that backed failed credit swap instruments. Jeff Glor reports and Harry Smith talks to business journalist Liz Claman about the effects for Americans.

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US gives AIG 85 billion dollar loan

In a move aimed at averting a new global economic shock, the US Federal Reserve agreed Tuesday to an unprecedented 85-billion-dollar rescue loan for American International Group. The deal sealed in an agreement with AIG on the brink of collapse gives the US government a stake of 79.9 percent in the insurance behemoth in exchange for the loan.

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Notebook- Lehman Brothers

Kelly Wallace reports on the crisis on Wall Street as Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch, two of the most powerful financial institutions, collapsed under the weight of bad mortgage investments.

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Barack Obama in red, white and blue

American Artist Shepard Fairey has created a stylized image of Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama that has made its way from T-shirts to sidewalks across the country. AFPTV met him in is Los Angeles studio.

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Is Gaming Good For Kids?

A new study shows that almost all teens play video games, often with someone else and the three most popular games are nonviolent. As Daniel Sieberg reports, that can be a good thing.

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Ike Leaves Residents Spinning

In the wake of Hurricane Ike, President Bush toured Houston and Galveston, Texas where millions of residents are without power and in some cases without food. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Candidates On Housing Crisis

Millions of Americans are facing mortgages worth more than their home's value. Where do the presidential candidates stand on the housing crisis? Ben Tracy reports.

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Obama's Plan For The Economy

Barack Obama sat down with Katie Couric to discuss how he would get the economy back on track. Obama pointed to a $50 billion stimulus package, overhauling the regulatory system and creating jobs.

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Health Risk In Plastics, Cans?

A new report links a chemical commonly found in plastics and cans, Bisphenol A, to heart disease and diabetes. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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AIG Woes May Have Big Impact

Financial giant, AIG must raise $40 million fast or it faces bankruptcy. As Anthony Mason reports, the company is threatened by bad loans and a lack of consumer confidence.

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