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Thursday, September 18, 2008

Crawford's Video Trail Mix- Golden Oldie States Get the Ads

Nostalgic for elections of year's past? Then according to the latest presidential campaign ad buy statistics you'll love the 2008 campaign - the major states in play include all of the great hits from yesteryear.

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A Change in the Government's Agenda

A sea change is underfoot says WSJ's Jerry Seib. As the government commits billions of dollars to bail out financial institutions, the next U.S. president will be restricted on spending for other programs. (Sept. 19)

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'A Tale of Two Cities'

Watch a scene from the musical performance of "A Tale of Two Cities." Video courtesy of The Jacksina Company. (Sept. 19)

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'The Duchess'

Watch a scene from the film "The Duchess." Video courtesy of Paramount Pictures.(Sept. 19)

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'Ghost Town'

Watch a scene from the film "Ghost Town." Video courtesy of Paramount Pictures. (Sept. 19)

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'Lakeview Terrace'

Watch a scene from "Lakeview Terrace." Video courtesy of Sony Pictures. (Sept. 19)

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Amanda Foreman's 'Duchess'

Amanda Foreman, the author of "Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire," sits down with WSJ's Bob Hughes to talk about her book and the big-budget movie -- "The Duchess," starring Keira Knightley -- that it inspired. (Sept. 19)

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A Marriage of Architecture and Dance

A choreographer plans to stage performances on the exteriors of Frank Gehry's iconic buildings throughout the world using dancers rigged with harnesses and ropes. WSJ's John Jurgensen reports. (Sept. 19)

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Credit Card Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The credit card turns 50 this month and Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable sees whether people are celebrating plastic or wishing it had never been born. (Sept. 18)

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An unsettled election

Politico's Jim VandeHei says the election remains unsettled...

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- Golden Oldie States Get the Ads

Nostalgic for elections of year's past? Then according to the latest presidential campaign ad buy statistics you'll love the 2008 campaign - the major states in play include all of the great hits from yesteryear.

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Gold Still Ultimate Safe Haven

For a second day, gold spiked to recent highs as investors flocked to safety. Natalie Dempster of the World Gold Council says the current market environment will be good for gold prices going forward. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 18)

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Lego's Batman Video Game

WSJ's Jamin Brophy-Warren takes a look at the new Lego Batman video game, the latest in the best-selling Lego adaptation series. (Sept. 19)

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China's Mounting Dairy Scandal

A dairy scandal is sweeping through China. Milk dealers have been arrested and government officials fired as milk powder laced with melamine has poisoned more than 6,200 babies and killed 4. WSJ's Loretta Chao reports. (Sept. 19)

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'Boys Will Be Boys'

Author Jeff Pearlman talks about his book, "Boys Will Be Boys," a look into the glory days and party nights of the Dallas Cowboys dynasty during the 1990s. Video courtesy of Fox Sports. (Sept. 18)

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Grab Yourself a Gigondas

Tastings columnists Dottie Gaiter and John Brecher weigh in on fall Rh�ne valley red wines and give a bit of good advice: "Go right out and buy a bottle of Gigondas." (Sept. 19)

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Insanity


As Governor, Jeanne Shaheen increased spending by a billion dollars. Shaheen also signed the first statewide property tax. And, Shaheen even agreed to sign the first income tax.

More at www.TheShaheenRecord.com.

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Windows Mobile Gets Smart

While the iPhone and BlackBerry get lots of attention, smart phones using Windows Mobile have a large chunk of the market. With new devices coming out this year, that market share may even grow. Dan Gallagher reports. (Sept. 18)

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Deconstruction Zone - Palin Emails - Sept. 18

Ken Vogel and Charles Mahtesian discuss the hacking of Sarah Palin's email, and the fact that she seems to have many enemies at home.

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Deconstruction Zone - Palin Emails - Sept. 18

Ken Vogel and Charles Mahtesian discuss the hacking of Sarah Palin's email, and the fact that she seems to have many enemies at home.

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Inside Scoop on Morgan Stanley

A crisis of confidence threatens Morgan Stanley. MarketWatch columnist David Weidner tells Kelsey Hubbard his inside sources say the firm is actively pursuing a deal but does still have $180 billion in liquidity. (Sept. 18)

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Three Problems with the New Economic Stimulus Bill

The new economic stimulus bill poses these three problems: 1) It increases government spending 2) It increases the deficit 3) And, the most expensive items are proven failures

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Central Bank Action Buys Time For Markets

WSJ's David Gaffen says coordinated central bank action is stabilizing markets short-term, but doesn't really address the fundamental credit issues that caused markets to head into a tailspin. (Sept. 18)

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Kotecki- 09/18/08

Sarah Palin’s email gets hacked, Rush Limbaugh says Barack Obama is “stoking racism”, and I have a special message for my French viewers.

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Kotecki- 09/18/08

Sarah Palin’s email gets hacked, Rush Limbaugh says Barack Obama is “stoking racism”, and I have a special message for my French viewers.

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Kotecki- 09/18/08

Sarah Palin's email gets hacked, Rush Limbaugh says Barack Obama is �stoking racism�, and I have a special message for my French viewers.

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Kotecki- 09/18/08

Sarah Palin's email gets hacked, Rush Limbaugh says Barack Obama is �stoking racism�, and I have a special message for my French viewers.

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South Korea Becomes a Developed Market

Jerry Moskowitz, president of FTSE Americas, explains why the global index provider upgraded South Korea to a developed market and the benefits of the promotion. He also discusses developments in Taiwan, Argentina and Colombia. (Sept. 18)

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Bush to 'Monitor' Market Crisis

During a press conference, President Bush says he canceled his travel plans Thursday to stay in Washington, where he will closely monitor the financial markets and consult with his economic advisers, including Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. (Sept. 18)

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Fed Can Only Restore Trust One Day at a Time

Central banks gave markets the liquidity they needed, but battered investor trust will take longer to win back. WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath reports. (Sept. 18)

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Rebuilding the Economy with Green Collar Jobs

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/energy What are green collar jobs? What effect will green collar jobs have on the economy? And how can we promote green collar jobs? Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Bracken Hendricks answers these questions in the lastest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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U.S. Sees Al Qaeda in Yemen Attack

U.S. officials say the attack on the American embassy in Yemen bears "all the hallmarks" of al Qaeda, but that there are no final conclusions on who is to blame. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 18)

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Tips for Investing in Emerging Markets

Alec Young, equity strategist at Standard & Poor's, gives retail investors a few tips on how to gain exposure to emerging-market equities. (Sept. 18)

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Playback 9/18/08

A great time for a party!

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Playback 9/18/08

A great time for a party!

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Financial Turmoil Roils Russia

Vladimir Kvint, an expert on emerging markets, discusses the escalating financial crisis in Russia, the outlook for its battered stock market and the impact of political risk on investor sentiment. (Sept. 18)

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Willie Nelson's First Novel

There's little that music legend Willie Nelson hasn't done over the past 50 years. He can now add fiction writer to his resume.

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Nanny Cams For The Savvy Mom

Nanny-cam technology has improved dramatically in recent years. Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen shows Maggie Rodriguez some of the best in home surveillance.

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Notebook- Engineered Food

The U.S. federal government will begin looking at industry proposes to serve genetically engineered animals as food. Randall Pinkston comments.

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Courtroom Murder Trial Starts

A jury has finally been seated to hear the Brian Nichols murder trial in Atlanta. It's been 3 and a half years since Nichols escape from the Fulton County Courthouse. WGCL's Rebekka Schramm reports.

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Race Rundown- The shifting polls

New polls suggest that Barack Obama is making up ground after falling behind John McCain last week. As the AP's Julie Pace reports, this comes as Obama has taken a more aggressive approach on the campaign trail.

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Families Protest Mexican Jail

Mexican officials quelled a second riot at a state prison in Tijuana. Outside, inmates' relatives gathered to demand better conditions for the prisoners. Police responded by firing into the air and throwing tear gas.

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Playing Favorites

If you have multiple children in your family, do you have a favorite? It's a question often asked by the kids themselves and a new study says the answer is yes. Michelle Gielan reports.

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Bush Monitors Wall Street

After a disastrous week so far on Wall Street, President Bush said he plans to meet with his economic advisors in an effort to take substantial steps to ease the economic crisis.

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Bollywood faces ban from Afghan screens

They’re colourful, controversial and a bit cheesy, but Indian soap operas are wildly popular among viewers in Afghanistan. Yet their tales of forbidden love and family feuds are raising conservative eyebrows, with many in the government and religious leadership calling for the shows to be banned.

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Tainted milk sickens 6,000 babies in China

Four children have died and more than 6,000 are ill after consuming contaminated milk powder. Chinese authorities have vowed to fullyinvestigate the scandal which is the latest in a litany of problems surrounding the country's food quality and safety.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Russian reaction to market turmoil

Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has said Russia can withstand the current financial turmoil but, according to market experts, it's not going to be an easy ride.

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Israel steps in to fill caviar shortfall

Sturgeon, the fish that produces caviar eggs, are an endangered species in their native Caspian Sea but lovers of the delicacy need not fear: Israel is coming to the rescue. At the Kibbutz Dan, caviar production is now a multi-million dollar business.

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Ricky Gervais' New Movie

Actor and comedian Ricky Gervais talks with Maggie Rodriguez about his recent success with hit shows like "Extras" and "The Office," and talks about his new film "Ghost Town."

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Charlize Theron's New 'Battle'

Oscar-winner Charlize Theron talks with Harry Smith about drama "Battle in Seattle," a fictional account of the 1999 protest against the World Trade Organization meeting there. Harry Smith reports.

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Protecting Your Money

With more troubling news on Wall Street, many people are worried about their personal finances. Ray Martin shares tips on keeping your money safe.

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Central banks launch global offensive

World central banks took unprecedented action Thursday to flood desperately tight money markets with dollars as investors worried who the next victim of the global financial turmoil could be.

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Mice Reveal Sleep Apnea Risks

Researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center have revealed some surprising findings from a study on mice who had sleep apnea. KENS' Wendy Rigby reports.

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Palin's Trendy Specs

Sarah Palin's trademark Japanese frames have started a global trend. In the last two weeks alone 9,000 orders have been placed and customers are paying upwards of $600. Lucy Craft reports.

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Wall Street On Edge

President Bush is huddling with his economic advisers discussing the turmoil in the financial markets. Meanwhile, Wall Street is watching and waiting for the next crisis. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Protests Interrupt McCain

CBS News RAW: Sen. John McCain was interrupted at a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, by a group of protesters. Demonstrators were immediately shouted down, and escorted out of the arena.

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Spain Plane Crash Video

Caught On Tape: Airport security video of last month's plane crash in Madrid that killed 154 people shows the aircraft barely getting off the ground, then skidding and erupting in a ball of fire.

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911 Calls From Metrolink Crash

Chilling 911 calls have been released from the deadly Metrolink crash in Chatsworth, California. CBS2's David Goldstein reports.

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A disabled Afghan refugee takes a trip home.

Development has changed much of Afghanistan for the better since the Taliban fell in 2001. But one disabled Afghan now living in the United States returns home to find that not everyone is enjoying the benefits.

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Inside World Of Video Games

Only On The Web: CBS News science and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg speaks with Will Wright, a computer video game designer who helped create the widely successful "Sims" games.

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Poll- Obama's Back On Top

A new poll shows that Barack Obama has a 5 point lead over John McCain. And is Sarah Palin's popularity waning? Katie Couric reports.

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Economic Reality Check

Each candidate claims he's the reformer who can solve the financial crisis. But do their past records match what they're saying now? Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Kids Spend Big On Games

Video games racked up more than a billion dollars in sales last month. And one estimate expects that the hottest new game, "Spore," will sell 2 million copies this month. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Ike's Death Toll Rises

At least 50 people are known dead in eleven states due to Hurricane Ike. But the worst destruction is along the Texas coast, and patience with FEMA is wearing thin. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Candidates Talk Issues, Flaws

Katie Couric asks presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain about homeland security and their personal flaws.

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Dow Plunges Despite AIG Rescue

The Dow tumbled nearly 450 points despite the Fed's attempt to calm nerves by rescuing AIG with a staggering $85 billion loan. Anthony Mason reports.

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MoneyWatch

Another bleak day on Wall Street, the Dow plummeted 449 points and the Fed is loaning insurance giant AIG a staggering $85 billion. Alexis Christoforous has today's top business stories.

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Cooking With Bobby Flay

Tired of Mac and Cheese out of the box? Chef Bobby Flay and Maggie Rodriguez make a childhood favorite with a grown-up twist.

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The 7 Habits Of Happy Kids

Dr. Stephen Covey's "The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective People" sold more than 15 million copies. His son Sean has expanded the franchise with "The 7 Habits Of Happy Kids." Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Ryan O'Neal And Son Arrested

Actor Ryan O'Neal and his son Redmond were arrested after a probation officer found methamphetamines in their Malibu home. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Teaching Kids With Cancer

The Roundtable, a business conference tool, is set to bring the classroom to students when they are in the hospital undergoing cancer treatment, reports Thalia Assuras.

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Ike's Toll Still Being Tallied

With Hurricane Ike's destruction along the Gulf Coast still being tallied, Mark Strassmann reports on how many people are coping with the storm's aftermath.

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Wall Street Still On Edge

Investors and world markets are still wary of a snowball effect over failed U.S. banks, reports Jeff Glor. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Sheila Bair, chairman of the FDIC, about your money.

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Livni- Israel's New Leader

Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni is the clear winner in a recent primary as she could become the first female prime minister in that nation since Golda Meir. CBSNews.com's Ben Plesser reports.

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Iraqi forces flexing muscles but still a way to go

The growing competence of Iraq's armed forces has boosted Baghdad’s confidence as it negotiates a long-term security pact with Washington - but their ability to fight without US help is still in doubt.

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RAW FOOTAGE- British bank Lloyds TSB rescues embattled HBOS

British bank Lloyds TSB on Thursday agreed to buy rival HBOS for 21.8 billion dollars as the raging global financial storm claimed another victim.

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Chinese shares down

Chinese share prices closed 1.72 percent lower Thursday on a rollercoaster day where the turmoil in global markets sent banks and insurers plunging before speculators swooped in, dealers said.

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