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Friday, September 19, 2008

Web Video Show Adds to Its Storyline

The fictional web video show, Lonelygirl15, has expanded from its early YouTube videoblog beginnings to a series of web shows and even a social website. As WSJ's Marshall Crook reports Lg15 is now set to debut, "The Resistance." (Sept. 20)

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Sprint Nextel's 'Ready Now' Ad

Watch an advertisement by telecommunications company Sprint Nextel. (Sept. 19)

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Deconstruction Zone - Sept. 19

Martin Kady and Patrick O'Connor sit down to talk about the economic crisis and the potential bailouts on the horizon.

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Deconstruction Zone - Sept. 19

Martin Kady and Patrick O'Connor sit down to talk about the economic crisis and the potential bailouts on the horizon.

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Financial Meltdown 101

Politico's Jeanne Cummings talks about what led up to the financial crisis...

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Looking Ahead- Another Bailout and a Debate

How the markets open on Monday could depend on how much progress Congress makes in what could be the largest government rescue package in decades. Plus, the two presidential candidates go head to head. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 19)

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Stephen Davis' 'Watch You Bleed'

Author Stephen Davis talks with WSJ's Bob Hughes about his book, "Watch You Bleed," which documents the musical life of rock band Guns N' Roses. (Sept. 19)

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Welcome To Coxville- No Short-Selling Allowed

WSJ's Craig Karmin tells Senior Editor Adam Najberg about how new restrictions on short-selling will affect hedge funds, banks, as well as mom and pop. (Sept. 19)

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A Conspiracy Against Short-Sellers?

Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark talks conspiracy theories with WSJ's Deputy Markets Editor Dennis Berman. Newmark theorizes that Washington and Wall Street were conspiring against short-sellers. (Sept. 19)

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - Sept. 19

Kotecki brings you the hottest and not-est in this week in politics... and he also throws some cold hard cash at you.

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - Sept. 19

Kotecki brings you the hottest and not-est in this week in politics... and he also throws some cold hard cash at you.

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Bonus - Sept. 19

From the viewpoint of a Russian man who can see America from his front porch.

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Bonus - Sept. 19

From the viewpoint of a Russian man who can see America from his front porch.

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A Trip Through Tokyo's Tsukiji Market

The Tsukiji Market in central Tokyo is one of the largest fish markets in the world, selling some 2,000 tons of seafood every day. WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Sept. 19)

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A Tale of Two Insider Energy Trades

Barron's John Kimelman says that while a celebrated hedge fund manager has been buying shares of an oil service stock, T. Boone Picken's wife has been trimming her position in an alternative energy stock. (Sept. 19)

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Senate Ad Watch- Business Groups Spending Big Money

Third-party groups are throwing millions of dollars into Senate races around the country, many in defense of cash-strapped GOP candidates.

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Look Ahead in Asia- Japan's Next PM

In Japan, a leadership election is due, along with probably grim inflation numbers. Chinese markets will be watching for new government moves to help equities. Polya Lesova reports. (Sept. 19)

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German Business Outlook In Focus

After a crazy week in European markets, MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein looks ahead at what's on tap in the U.K. and on the Continent. (Sept. 19)

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Kraft Joins Dow Jones Industrial Index

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard is joined by WSJ's Money and Markets Editor Ken Brown on AIG being removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Index and Kraft being added. (Sept. 19)

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Financial Stocks Stabilizing?

The government's temporary ban on short-selling financial stocks should make the sector more stable says Mark Riepe of Charles Schwab Center for Financial Research. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 19)

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Senate Ad Watch- Business Groups Spending Big Money

Third-party groups are throwing millions of dollars into Senate races around the country, many in defense of cash-strapped GOP candidates.

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How the Energy Sector Is Holding Up

Phil Flynn, energy and general market analyst at Alaron, discusses how energy has been affected by the market's recent turbulence and what might be in store next. (Sept. 19)

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'Appaloosa'

Watch a scene from "Appaloosa". Video courtesy of New Line Cinema. (Sept. 19)

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Bush's Address

Bush's Address

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Bush's Address

Bush's Address

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Bush- Government Financial Intervention 'Essential'

President Bush says immediate government intervention is both warranted and essential in order to relieve the current market crisis. He outlines a series of measures that would "grease the gears" of the nation's financial system. (Sept. 19)

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Kotecki- 09/19/08

One McCain advisor says Barack Obama is “cheerleading” the economic crisis. Another says that McCain knew what he was doing when he avoided talking about Spain.

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Kotecki- 09/19/08

One McCain advisor says Barack Obama is �cheerleading� the economic crisis. Another says that McCain knew what he was doing when he avoided talking about Spain.

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Kotecki- 09/19/08

One McCain advisor says Barack Obama is �cheerleading� the economic crisis. Another says that McCain knew what he was doing when he avoided talking about Spain.

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Jon Friedman Interviews Roger Hodge of Harper's Magazine

Harper's just can't get no respect, overshadowed in the minds of many magazine devotees by the New Yorker. (Sept. 19)

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'An unprecedented crisis'

Politico's Tim Grieve talks about the massive government intervention the White House wants Congress to approve to relieve the strain now on financial markets.

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Paulson- Wall Street Relief Plan a 'Bold Approach'

U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson says to restore confidence in the nation's markets and financial institutions, the government must take a "bold approach," which will ultimately protect taxpayers. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 19)

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Paulson on Proposed Wall Street Rescue Package

U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke meet with congressional leaders to discuss a Wall Street rescue package. Video Courtesy Reuters (Sept. 19)

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North Korea Reassembling Nuclear Plant

A North Korean official confirms that work has begun to reassemble the country's main nuclear plant following the stalling of an international disarmament-for-aid deal. Video Courtesy Reuters (Sept. 19)

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Nothing New



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New York to Investigate Illegal Short-Selling

New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says he is launching an investigation that will look into what caused the crisis that has gripped Wall Street, including any illegal short-selling. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 19)

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A Closer Look at Israel's Market

Ester Levanon, chief executive officer of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, discusses Israel's economy and stock market and explains why the Israeli financial sector is holding up pretty well in the face of U.S. turbulence. (Sept. 19)

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Media Web Minute- Harper's Magazine

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman wonders where the buzz is when it comes to Harper's Magazine. (Sept. 19)

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Playback 9/19/08

Is it spam or official government business?

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Playback 9/19/08

Is it spam or official government business?

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Deconstruction Zone - The Polls - Sept. 18

Charles Mahtesian and Ken Vogel talk about the recent bump in the polls for Barack Obama and the causes of that.

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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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Race Rundown- Economy takes over

With the economy dominating the news this week, the AP's Ron Fournier says the nation's financial state is an issue neither presidential candidate can avoid.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Uncle Sam may take over some bad housing debts to help boost the economy while banks like Morgan Stanley and Wachovia are scrambling for deals to keep afloat.

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One Child's Weight Struggle

The CDC reports 16% of children in the U.S. are obese. Tiffany King wrote an essay to win a scholarship to a weight loss camp so she could face her problem head on, reports Priya David.

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Jessica Simpson Live

Singer Jessica Simpson has released her first country album and performs her first single "Come On Over," which is dedicated to her boyfriend, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the biggest two-day global rally in history; a proposed federal fund that would absorb banks' massive debts; and congress' role in the bank bailout plan.

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Notebook- Palin's Email Hacked

In light of the recent revelation that GOP V.P. Sarah Palin's email account was hacked, Katie Couric says that even public figures must have some level of privacy.

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Extraordinary People

It's often difficult for children fleeing war zones to adjust to living in the U.S. Flavia Colgan tells Maggie Rodriguez about a soccer coach who's keeping these kids focused on and off the field.

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Jessica Simpson Sings

Jessica Simpson is trying her hand at country music with a new album and debuts a new song, "Remember That."

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Jessica Simpson Performs

Jessica Simpson sings one of her early hits "With You."

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Obama, McCain On Recession

In separate interviews, both Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain agree that the term "recession" describes the country's current economic woes.

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Babar comes to New York

The Morgan Library in New York is exhibiting an exceptional collection of original drawings and prints of a famous little elephant who has captured children's imaginations since 1931.

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China's Milk Scandal Spreads

Tainted Chinese baby formula containing the chemical melamine has been pulled from store shelves as officials investigate its origin. 6,000 infants have already been sickened. Celia Hatton reports.

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Poll- Obama Regains Lead

Economic woes shift national polls in Sen. Barack Obama's favor as concerns about Gov. Sarah Palin rise among voters, Chip Reid reports. Harry Smith and Michael Crowley discuss electoral scenarios.

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Obama Billboard Vandalized

CBS News RAW: A large Barack Obama presidential campaign billboard near Ann Arbor, Mich. was spray painted with graffiti which featured racist slurs, swastikas, and Klu Klux Klan lettering.

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Istanbul hosts huge Dali exhibit

The much hyped exhibit, « Salvador Dali: A Surrealist in Istanbul�? begins in the Turkish capital on Saturday.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Police kill 'top militant' in Delhi shoot-out

Indian police shot dead two alleged Islamic militants during a fierce gun battle in a Muslim area of New Delhi on Friday, including a leader of a shadowy group behind a spate of deadly bombings.

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Israel's Livni struggles to restore party unity

Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni sought on Friday to restore unity within the country's governing Kadima party as new rifts emerged in the wake of her narrow victory in the party's leadership election. Livni won Wednesday's vote to replace scandal-plagued Prime Minister Ehud Olmert as party leader. She called a meeting in Tel Aviv of top party members.

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Swaziland's monarchy faces protests over 'joke' election

Voters lined up Friday to cast their ballot in Swaziland - Africa's last absolute monarchy. But the constitution bars political parties and pro-democracy supporters are demanding change.

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Eye To Eye- Guitar Hero

Joe Perry is a real life guitar hero and his son plays one in a video game. Perry's band, Aerosmith lends its music to the Guitar Hero game hoping to reach new and younger audiences.

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Russia- A Strained Friendship

America has returned ancient monastery bells to Moscow " a gesture symbolic of the friendship between two countries presently struggling to remain friendly. CBS News' Dave Grout reports. 70 CBS

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McCain Slams Wall Street, Bush

John McCain criticized the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission by calling Wall Street a "casino," he went on to criticize the president's judgment. Chip Reid reports.

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Train Collision 911 Calls

Passenger 911 calls after the Calif. train collision that killed 25 people were frantic. As Ben Tracy reports, the train engineer was text messaging around the time of the collision.

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Good, Bad, Ugly Of Campaigns

Jeff Greenfield highlights a renewed campaign focus on the struggling economy, looks down on over the line attack ads and shakes his head at ridiculous side of politics.

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Help Still Needed In Texas

With thousands of Texans in shelters and others living in their cars, FEMA's aid efforts are being watched very closely. As Mark Strassmann reports, more still needs to be done.

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Biden On Obama's Economic Plan

Barack Obama's running mate Joe Biden tells Katie Couric three things an Obama administration would do to calm the panicky financial markets.

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Collapsed Confidence

The financial crisis continues to deepen as banks are reluctant to even loan money to each other. As Anthony Mason reports, the Dow soared on reports of a Treasury Department resolution trust.

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Palin's Star Loses Some Luster

Attacks Rise Against GOP VP Nominee

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Political Fashion Trends

Sarah Palin and Cindy McCain are sparking global fashion trends with designer duds. Harry Smith asked political consultant Laura Schwartz about the cost of looking good on the trail.

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Fiennes Keeps It Real

Actor Ralph Fiennes talks about the importance of being involved in theatre, keeping his film stardom in check, reports Mark Phillips.

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The Political Week, For Laughs

Chuck Nice, comedian from VH1's "Best Week Ever," satirizes the latest political ads, statements and news coverage from the presidential campaign.

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Consumer confidence shaken after China milk scandal

Chinese supermarkets pulled milk and a wide range of other dairy products from shelves on Friday, after traces of a plastics chemical were found in well known Chinese brands.

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Romney, Corzine On Economy

Mitt Romney, a John McCain supporter and Gov. John Corzine, a Barack Obama supporter, react to the candidates' remarks on the economy. They speak to Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez.

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