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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Bomb Destroys Islamabad Marriott

At least 50 were killed in a suspected suicide bomb attack on the luxury Marriott Hotel in the center of Pakistan's capital. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 20)

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Small Triumph

Barron's Online Naureen Malik takes at look at the new, more affordable BMW i135 coupe. (Sept. 20)

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The Whale and The Minnow

Barron's Managing Editor Richard Rescigno review Daimler's Mercedes GL320 SUV and the smart fortwo minicar. (Sept. 20)

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Race horses saved from the slaughterhouse

It's retirement after an intense career: these former race horses in Maryland can relax in the grass thanks to an association that saves them from the slaughter house and finds them adopted homes with people looking for a very special kind of pet.

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Can Uncle Sam Save Markets?

The U.S. government may buy bad housing debts, but experts say more regulation is needed to prevent this type of economic crisis from happening again, reports Jeff Glor.

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Global Economy In Crisis

With the U.S. economy in turmoil, Julie Chen spoke with Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair about the global repercussions of the current U.S. credit crisis.

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Where Wall Street Went Wrong

Only On The Web: CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson speaks with former SEC attorney Howard Schiffman, who points out the various errors of Wall Street and the SEC.

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Eye On Hurricane Grandstanding

TV plays a crucial role broadcasting vital information during natural disasters-- like hurricanes. But some say the reporters who cover them are guilty of grandstanding. Steve Hartman reports.

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Parties Unite To Rescue Banks

In a landmark gesture, President Bush is working with congress to create an entity similar to the Resolution Trust Corporation, which took over bad assets in the 1980's. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Keeping Your Savings Safe

With major banks in turmoil and Wall Street on a roller-coaster ride, many investors are worried about their retirement savings. Ben Tracy talks with two advisers about where investments are safe.

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McCain Puts Minnesota In Play

The last time the Republican presidential ticket won in Minnesota was 1972. But polls show the 2008 race is neck-and-neck. Chip Reid reports.

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Wall St. Meltdown Changes Race

Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer talks with Katie Couric about how Wall Street's meltdown has changed the race for the White House.

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Obama Carving Economic Policy

Barack Obama is meeting with his top economic advisers, looking to carve an economic policy that could determine whether he wins or loses the election. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Feds Step In To Rescue Banks

After a week of major financial turmoil, President Bush announced a historic bailout for America's banks and admitted the financial system is in crisis. Anthony Mason reports.

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Where Was The SEC?

Critics are questioning why the Securities and Exchange Commission and its chairman Chris Cox didn't do more to prevent the market meltdown. Sheryl Attkisson reports.

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Zardari says cancer of terrorism will be eliminated

A suicide bomber detonated a truck packed with explosives at the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad on Saturday, killing at least 60 people.

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Pakistan hotel bombing kills dozens

A suicide bomber detonated a truck packed with explosives at the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad on Saturday, killing at least 60 people in a brazen attack in the heart of the Pakistan capital. Images.

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Race horses saved from the slaughterhouse

It's retirement after an intense career: these former race horses in Maryland can relax in the grass thanks to an association that saves them from the slaughter house and finds them adopted homes with people looking for a very special kind of pet.

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