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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Seniors speak on 2008 race

Snapshot America: Older Americans in York, Pennsylvania, share their concerns and hopes for the country and their feelings about the Presidential candidates as election day 2008 approaches. By Dina Rudick, The Boston Globe

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5 Questions- The Iowa Electronic Markets

The Iowa Electronic Markets are often more accurate than polls in predicting elections. CQ Politics sits down with their director to find out what they are and how they work.

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Cuban Credit Crisis

The Castro dictatorship wants to end the U.S. private-sector credit ban and will use any excuse to lift it, The Americas columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady tells Kelsey Hubbard. (Sept. 22)

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5 Questions- The Iowa Electronic Markets

The Iowa Electronic Markets are often more accurate than polls in predicting elections. CQ Politics sits down with their director to find out what they are and how they work.

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$700 Billion Bailout

U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is seeking public approval after plans were put forward to Congress to buy up $700 billion worth of risky loans. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 21).

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How to Build a Job Network

Boston University Professor Kathy Kram sits down with WSJ's Jennifer Merritt and shares the skills needed to build good relationships at work. (Sept. 22)

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Tips on Empowering Service Workers

Thunderbird professor David Bowen sits down with WSJ's Jennifer Merrit to discuss what companies should be doing to empower frontline service workers. (Sept. 22)

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Kotecki- 09/21/08

Kotecki makes a special announcement about Monday's videos and then sings a special song about the economy.

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Kotecki- 09/21/08

Kotecki makes a special announcement about Monday's videos and then sings a special song about the economy.

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Kotecki- 09/21/08

Kotecki makes a special announcement about Monday's videos and then sings a special song about the economy.

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Muslims Join U.S. Girl Scouts

It appears as though the U.S. might live up to its "melting pot" moniker, as many Muslim girls have joined the American Girl Scouts. Priya David reports from Minnesota.

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Environmentalists Assail Palin

GOP vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin has come under fire from environmental and animal activists for her positions on drilling and hunting in Alaska. John Blackstone reports from Anchorage.

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Epidemic- Teens Beat Homeless

Throughout the United States, more and more teenagers are viciously assualting homeless people for no apparent reason. Kelly Cobiella reports on this alarming and consistently growing trend.

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Can Racists Stop Obama?

Barack Obama has been cautious to poise himself as an African American candidate. As Dean Reynolds reports, racial stigmas of both conservatives and liberals could detriment his campaign.

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Allison Moorer's New Jam

Sister of country music star Shelby Lynne, Oscar nominee Allison Moorer has emerged onto the music scene in her own right. The singer-songwriter performs her new song at the Second Cup Caf .

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The Art Of Kids Meals

Cooking healthy foods for children with picky pallets can be tough at times, but recipe author Tanya Wenman Steel serves up some tasty chicken cacciatore and angel food cake, which any kid will love!

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'How To Make People Like You'

Author of the book "How To Make People Like You," conversation expert Nicholas Boothman shows Chris Wragge and Erica Hill some small-talk secrets and tips which will guarantee successful chats.

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Amy Winehouse Lego Set?

In this week's installment of "Under The Radar," Chris Wragge and Erica Hill highlight some of the wildest and weirdest news stories from the last seven days, including a new celebrity Lego set.

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Super-Foods To The Rescue!

There are some foods which can actually make you loose weight. Dr. Mallika Marshall suggests several secret super-foods, such as quinoa and pomegranate, in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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Surviving A Recession

Erica Hill and Chris Wragge speak with financial expert Ray Martin, who offers advice and steps every American should take in order to preserve their assets in the midst of a nationwide recession.

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Pakistan vows to fight back extremists after blast

Pakistan blames Al-Qaeda linked Taliban militants for the massive suicide truck bombing at the Marriott Hotel that killed at least 60 people and injured more than 260.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Video shows moment of Pakistan attack

Pakistan television broadcast a video on Sunday of the Marriott Hotel bombing, showing that the attacker rammed the gates with his truck and then blew himself up minutes before the main blast.

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France to decide on Afghanistan role

French lawmakers vote on Monday on whether to keep their troops in Afghanistan. France has 3,000 troops in the country but after the loss of 10 soldiers in an ambush in August, they are considering their position.

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Rescue teams hunt for survivors of Marriott blast

Rescue teams hunted for survivors on Sunday in the ruins of Islamabad's Marriott Hotel, where a massive truck bomb killed at least 53 and wounded hundreds. Images.

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Madonna delights French fans

As part of her Sticky and Sweet world tour, US pop queen Madonna made a stop in Paris on Saturday night, where she played to about 80,000 fans in the Stade de France.

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Money Market Funds In Jeopardy

Once historically stable and widely diversified, money market funds have taken a huge setback due to the recent economic recession which has plagued many financers. Michelle Miller reports.

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Children Suffer Ike's Wrath

Hurricane Ike has caused a nearly immeasurable amount of damage to many portions of the United States Gulf Coast. As Mark Strassman reports, many American children are now facing dire situations.

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Pakistani Marriot Hotel Bombed

Often home to Western guests, the Marriot Hotel in Pakistan's capital city of Islamabad was destroyed by a truck bomb believed to have been set by terrorists. Sheila MacVicar reports from London.

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