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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

One Couple's Struggle for Health Insurance Coverage

More and more people are appealing insurers' denials of coverage, but that doesn't mean it's gotten any easier. Paul and Ellen Hoppe discuss their struggle to get the treatment they wanted. WSJ's Anna Matthews reports. (Sept. 25)

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Unleashing Your Inner Rock Star With Activision Blizzard

Robert Kotick, chief executive of Activision Blizzard, which puts out two of the hottest video games -- Guitar Hero and World of Warcraft -- speaks with WSJ's Nick Wingfield. He discusses the company's priorities and what new games are on tap. (Sept. 24)

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Preview of Bush's Address

Politico's David Mark talk about the President's prime-time address to the nation tonight...

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Giuliani- Bailout 'Painful, But Necessary'

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says a Wall Street bailout is urgently needed, but should be followed by an investigation. Giuliani, who attended the World Business Forum at Radio City Music Hall, speaks with Kelsey Hubbard. (Sept. 24)

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McCain's mixed legacy as Commerce Cmte chair

Politico's Daniel Libit on McCain's mixed legacy as chairman of the Commerce Committee.

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McCain's mixed legacy as Commerce Cmte chair

Politico's Daniel Libit on McCain's mixed legacy as chairman of the Commerce Committee.

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Decon Zone- Obama leads McCain

Politico's Lisa Lerer, Alexander Burns, and Charles Mahtesian chat about the recent polls showing Sen. Obama with a substantial lead, specifically the WaPo poll showing a 9 point lead.

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Bail Out Home Borrowers, Not Wall Street

At a roundtable discussion co-sponsored by the Yale School of Management and The Wall Street Journal, Yale's Jonathan Koppell offers an alternative to the proposed $700 billion bailout. He tells Kelsey Hubbard instead of bailing out Wall Street, bail out defaulting home borrowers. (Sept. 24)

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Buffett Invests $5 Billion in Goldman

Barron's Online's Bob O'Brien looks at Warren Buffett's $5 billion investment in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (Sept. 24)

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A Plan to Make Fuel With Algae

Paul Woods, chief executive of Algenol Biofuels, discusses his start-up's plan to scale up to 1 billion gallons of ethanol production a year by using algae to make fuel. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi reports. (Sept. 24)

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Bits, Bytes and a Bargain

Barron's Clare McKeen says booming demand for "triple play" voice, video and data delivery could mean a home run for networking specialist Ciena. (Sept. 24)

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Sarah Palin meets world leaders, and press access is limited. And a few other things happen, too.

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Sarah Palin meets world leaders, and press access is limited. And a few other things happen, too.

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Sarah Palin meets world leaders, and press access is limited. And a few other things happen, too.

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Buffett Soothes Markets

A multi-billion dollar cash infusion by Warren Buffett into Goldman Sachs is improving the mood on Wall Street after two days of big losses. Steve Gelsi reports. (Sept. 24)

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Downward Slide -- Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition Contestant


Located on http://www.stolendreams.com, Downward Slide tells the story of a family torn apart by an accident on the softball field. Will their insurance company stand behind them, or will they have to fend for themselves? This film was directed by Cory Miller for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (http://www.dividedwefail.org)

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Wednesday Preview- Buffett and Bernanke

MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein looks at events affecting the market Wednesday, including Warren Buffett's stake in Goldman Sachs and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's testimony to Congress. (Sept. 24)

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Palin Gets Crash Course in Foreign Affairs

Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin begins two days of talks with foreign leaders at the United Nations. The meetings are aimed at bolstering her knowledge of U.S. diplomacy ahead of the vice presidential debates. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 24)

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Shiller- Bailout 'Fuzzy,' But Better Than Alternative

At a forum co-sponsored by the Yale School of Management and The Wall Street Journal, Professor of Economics Robert Shiller says U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson's proposed bailout is a "fuzzy" plan he doesn't like, but that it's still better than doing nothing. (Sept. 24)

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Obama's Bipartisan Plea

CBS News RAW: Sen. Barack Obama says that the U.S. is facing a financial crisis as serious as the Great Depression. He has called for immediate, bipartisan action.

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Neurotic New Yorkers

Midwesterners are the most extroverted and coastal residents are the most open while West Virginians are the most neurotic. It might be all about location, location, location. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Iran Declares Nuclear Holiday

Iranian President Ahmadinejad declared a national holiday in honor of nuclear technology and posted photos of a tour of a uranium enrichment plant on his presidential site. David Martin reports.

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GOP, Dems Slam Bailout Bill

The Feds' $700 billion bailout plan came under scrutiny at its first congressional hearing. Both parties said the bill would not pass without significant reform. Bob Orr reports.

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Candidates On Climate Change

Where do the presidential candidates stand on climate change? John Blackstone reports both propose measures that sound the same, but there are differences between them.

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Cardiac Arrest Hits Home

As many as 310,000 Americans go into cardiac arrest each year. And researchers say those patients may live or die depending on where they live. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Obama, McCain On Favorite Film

Which are the favorite movies of the presidential candidates? Barack Obama and John McCain tell Katie Couric the films and stars that have entertained them.

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Obama, McCain On Lying

When is it appropriate to lie to the American public? Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain tell Katie Couric what they think.

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Finland School Massacre

Even after posting threatening videos on 'YouTube' police were still unable to stop a gunman from opening fire at a vocational school in Finland. Shelia MacVicar reports.

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What Price Should Fed Pay?

No one seems to know what price the Fed should pay to buy bad mortgage backed securities. A high cost would be bad for taxpayers, while a low cost wouldn't help banks. Anthony Mason reports.

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Obama Does Brando

CBS News Exclusive: Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama can perform an uncanny impersonation of legendary 'Godfather' actor Marlon Brando.

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Presidential Questions

When is it appropriate to lie to the American public? And what are the candidates' favorite movies? Barack Obama and John McCain field one moral and one fun question from Katie Couric.

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'Dexter' Back For More Murder

Actor Michael C. Hall talks with Julie Chen about his hit Showtime series 'Dexter,' in which his character brings off-handed vigilante justice to the streets of Miami.

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Dave Prices Takes To The Skies

The Early Show weatherman Dave Price spent his summer in flight school learning how to become a pilot.

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Lance Armstrong In Training

Seven-time Tour De France winner Lance Armstrong will attempt to become the oldest winner of the race in the name of cancer awareness. He tells Harry Smith why riding is so important to him.

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Can Google Topple The iPhone?

Google unveiled its challenge to the iPhone, the G1, which runs the company's new proprietary Android software. Maggie Rodriguez talks with Daniel Sieberg about its features and flaws.

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China's Tainted Milk Nightmare

At least a dozen countries have banned Chinese milk products and British superstore Tesco has pulled some Chinese candy from its shelves as the melamine milk scandal spreads. Celia Hatton reports.

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Preview- Palin On Bailout Plan

Sarah Palin tells Katie Couric whether she thinks the U.S. is headed toward another Great Depression if the Feds' bailout plan does not pass. Watch the exclusive interview tonight on the CBS Evening News.

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Japan's Seiji Ozawa takes up French fine art seat

Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa has taken his seat at France's prestigious academy of fine arts. The maestro was formally welcomed into the 200-year-old academy, which honours artists from the fields of painting and sculpture to film and photography.

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Palin's U.N. Crash Course

Before her debate with Democratic VP candidate Sen. Joe Biden, Gov. Sarah Palin gets a crash course in foreign policy, reports Bill Plante.

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$700B? Not So Fast

Congress wants more details in the bailout plan, and hints at investigations of fraud on Wall Street, reports Bob Orr. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Liz Claman from Fox Business Network.

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Pakistan 'new target' in War on Terror

Pakistan claims to have killed douzens of Taliban and Al-Qaeda militants near the Afghan border, just days after the bombing of the Marriot Hotel, which claimed 60 lives.

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Escorting aid into Somalia

Six bodies were recovered overnight in the Somali capital taking the death toll to 13 in clashes between African peacekeepers and Islamist rebels. However, pirates are hampering attempts to provide relief to three million Somalians who are on the brink of starvation.

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Dan Carter goes French

All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter, one of the best players in the world, has signed a six-month contract with French Top 14 club Perpignan, which welcomed him with enthusiasm.

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Julie 'Moondoggie' Chen

The Early Show anchor Julie Chen took up surfing over the summer and shared her experience on the show.

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Notebook- 3am Call

The "3 A.M" threat that was made famous in campaign ads earlier this year may not come from another country but from the looming financial crisis. Katie Couric has more.

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Preview- Palin On Economy

Sarah Palin talks with Katie Couric about the American public's anticipation for John McCain's financial proposal.

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Race Rundown- Economy takes over

Even with the debates looming, the AP's Ron Fournier says the economy has taken over the presidential campaign. (Sept. 24)

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AP First Person- The Road to 270

The AP's Liz Sidoti breaks down the road to 270, the magic number of electoral votes Barack Obama or John McCain need to win the presidential election. (Sept. 24)

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John McCain suspends campaign amid economic crisis

(NECN: New York, NY) - Republican presidential candidate John McCain has announced that he is suspending his campaign, and will return to Washington to focus on the country's economic crisis. McCain says that he has met with economic advisers...

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Tidy Kitchen Made Simple

Real Simple magazine's Kate Parker shows Maggie Rodriguez the tips that can help you organize your kitchen drawers, counters and cabinets.

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Cash-trapped borrowers turn to peer-to-peer lending

Americans' confidence in the banking system is growing shaky and credit is tighter than ever. Meanwhile, some people are looking to their neighbors to get loans: anybody can be a lender or a borrower thanks to peer-to-peer lending website.

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When times are tough, the rich go car shopping

The United States is potentially facing the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, but not everyone is suffering. The luxury auto show at The World Financial Center in New York offered up the chance to take a peek at the most fancy cars in on the planet.

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McCain Suspends Campaign

CBS News RAW: John McCain has suspended his presidential campaign to return to Congress in the hope of passing legislation that will address the dire state of the U.S. economy.

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Where They Stand- Part Two

Where do the presidential candidates stand on climate change? John Blackstone spoke with Jean Pennycook, a penguin researcher in Fresno, CA.

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Bush Gives Last Address At U.N.

President Bush addressed the U.N. for the last time on Tuesday. Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Sarah Palin and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran, were also present. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk weighs in.

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Where They Stand

Where do the presidential candidates stand on climate change? John Blackstone spoke with John Fiscalini, a dairy farmer from Modesto, CA.

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Diane Lane With Gere Again

Nights In Rodanthe, opening this weekend, is the third film actress Diane Lane has made with Richard Gere. She talks to Harry Smith about her career.

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Candidates Target Swing States

New poll numbers suggest an increasingly tight race between Barack Obama and John McCain. Harry Smith breaks down the electoral map with political gurus Karen Hughes and Mark Penn.

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The New Angioplasty

A new procedure that is not widely used can be much easier and less expensive for patients. Julie Chen talks to cardiologist Dr. Howard Cohen.

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Clock goes back at Marie Antoinette's palace

The Petit Trianon, Marie-Antoinette's hideaway in the grounds of Versailles, is about to reopen after a year-long renovation that restores it to the way it was the day the queen left on October 5, 1789.

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In Southern Va., Mixed Feelings on McCain's Debate Gambit

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford talks to southern Virginians hours after John McCain announced he will suspend his campaign and possibly delay Friday's presidential debate to focus on the economic crisis.

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Financial Rescue Plan Draws Skepticism

President Bush is urging lawmakers to act quickly on a proposal to address the U.S. economic crisis, but skepticism remains on Capitol Hill about the high price tag. Jennifer Davis of Fox News reports. (Sept. 25)

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Bush Explains Bailout Plan

In a televised address, President Bush explains the current economic crisis and his proposed financial rescue plan, saying "America could slip into a financial panic and a distressing scenario would unfold" if Congress doesn't act immediately. (Sept. 24)

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A Call for Norms

The financial crisis has brought calls for a return of ethics, standards and rules -- and not just on Wall Street. Dan Henninger tells Kelsey Hubbard how these themes are affecting the campaign trail. (Sept. 25)

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Al Qaeda's Approval Ratings

James Glassman of the State Department says that bin Laden is losing the Arab street. (Sept. 24)

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Meredith Tinsley

Meredith Tinsley speaks about signs for her husband's race for Congress.

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Kady on McCain's Campaign Suspension

Martin Kady talks about what makes the McCain move a "smart" one and why it is important.

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Kady on McCain's Campaign Suspension

Martin Kady talks about what makes the McCain move a "smart" one and why it is important.

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Mossberg Gets Secure, Remote Access on CrossLoop

WSJ's Walt Mossberg reviews CrossLoop, a free software that allows users to securely work with other computer users located in different geographical areas. Walt says CrossLoop, which enables you to see the screen and control the mouse and keyboard on a remote computer, is worth a try. (Sept. 25)

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The Flaws of Risk Management

Marsh & McLennan CEO Brian Duperreault discusses whether risk management is a failed concept at a forum co-sponsored by The Wall Street Journal and the Yale School of Management. (Sept. 25)

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Dutch Prime Minister on Global Impact of Credit Crisis

Netherlands Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende talks with WSJ's Matt Phillips about his perspective on the credit crisis, the impact on Europe, and the lessons of the past. (Sept. 25)

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Netherlands' Balkenende Comments on Credit Crisis

Netherlands Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende talks with WSJ's Matt Phillips about his perspective on the credit crisis, the impact on Europe, and the lessons of the past. (Sept. 25)

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