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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Roanoke Business Owners Talk Economy

As the country awaits word of a bailout package in Washington, DC, CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford talks to small business owners in the swing state of Virginia how the economy is affecting them.

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'Equus' Revival Impresses

WSJ's theater critic Terry Teachout says the new Broadway revival of "Equus" --starring Daniel Radcliffe, of Harry Potter fame -- is an impressive production and a "near ideal" revival of the play. (Sept. 26)

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Movie Clip- 'Choke'

See a clip from "Choke," based on the best-selling novel by Chuck Palahniuk about a a sex-addicted con-man. (Sept. 26)

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'Nights in Rodanthe'

See a clip from the new film, "Nights in Rodanthe," starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane. (Sept. 26)

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'Miracle at St. Anna'

See a clip of Spike Lee's new movie, "Miracle of St. Anna," set in Italy during World War II. (Sept. 26)

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A Boxer Who Just Won't Quit - Smoking

Ricardo Mayorga is one of the world's best boxers. But despite the intense cardiovascular demands of his sport, he's a heavy smoker. WSJ's Reed Albergotti visits "El Matador." (Sept. 26)

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Mansfield Trims Fat From Football League

In a bid for success, Mansfield University is scaling down its Mounties football squad this year, replacing its heavyweight team with lightweight sprint players. WSJ's Adam Thompson reports. (Sept. 26)

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Kool-Aid's New Ad

See a clip from Kool-Aid's new TV campaign. (Sept. 26)

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Evolution of Financial Services

Allen & Co.'s Nancy Peretsman discusses the evolution of the financial services industry that she says has formed institutions that directors, employees and shareholders no longer understand, at a forum co-sponsored by Yale and the Wall Street Journal. (Sept. 25)

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Kellogg's 'Family Values' Ad

See a clip from Kellogg's new ad campaign. (Sept. 26)

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Trucking Could Get Stuck in First Gear

Barron's Online Tiernan Ray says that J.B. Hunt has had a special edge over other trucking stocks but a weakening economy is eroding its advantages. The shares may head down an embankment. (Sept. 25)

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Trends in Job-based Health Plans

As employer health-plan costs grow moderately, coverage gets skimpier. Gary Claxton of Kaiser Family Foundation explains why and tells Kristen Gerencher about the gap in coverage between big and small firms and prospects for national health reform. (Sept. 24)

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Unearthing a Geyser of Cash

Barron's Naureen Malik says that energy stock Diamond Offshore Drilling offers a handsome dividend for investors. And the payoff could get bigger. (Sept. 25)

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What Makes Good Business Wear?

WSJ's Mary Pilon asks key women in finance - and a style expert - on how to dress for success. (Sept. 25)

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Presidential Wine Taste-off- Red Wins It

WSJ's Tastings columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher conduct a presidential taste-off of wine from the candidates' home states, Illinois and Arizona. (Sept. 25)

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Teaching Women Self Defense

WSJ's Shelly Banjo drops in to a class called "Angels with Attitude" that teaches women self-defense techniques and how not to be a target of crime. (Sept. 25)

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Frankly Intolerant


Angry Al Franken is taking on The Pledge of Allegiance and our nation's currency in a newly released documentary.

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WSJ Cafe "Midnight..." with Tom Morello

WSJ Cafe presents Tom Morello, lead guitarist for Rage Against the Machine performing "Midnight in the City of Destruction" from his new solo album "The Fabled City." (Sept. 25)

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WSJ Cafe- Tom Morello, "Fabled City"

WSJ Cafe presents Tom Morello, lead guitarist for Rage Against the Machine, performing "The Fabled City," the title track from his solo album. (Sept. 26)

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WSJ Cafe- Interview with Tom Morello

WSJ's Chris Farley, at the WSJ Cafe, interviews Tom Morello (founder of Audioslave, band member of Rage Against the Machine) about his new solo album "The Fabled City." (Sept. 25)

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Exploring Alternatives to Imported Oil

Poet Chief Executive Officer Jeff Broin says U.S. ethanol producers could replace nearly all the imported oil for gasoline by 2030 on higher corn yields and the rise of fuel made from corn cobs, wood chips and switchgrass. (Sept. 25)

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Kotecki- 09/25/08

John McCain suspends his campaign, focuses on the economy, and wants to postpone Friday�s debate.

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Kotecki- 09/25/08

John McCain suspends his campaign, focuses on the economy, and wants to postpone Friday's debate.

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Donaldson Urges Regulatory Overhaul

Former SEC Chairman William H. Donaldson says "the institutions of regulation have outrun the modern financial institutions of our society" and calls for a regulatory overhaul, at a forum co-sponsored by the Wall Street Journal and the Yale School of Management. (Sept. 26)

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Jobless Claims Spike

Hurricanes Gustav and Ike are blamed for pushing weekly jobless claims to their highest level in seven years, while durable goods orders drop sharply. Steve Gelsi reports. (Sept. 25)

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David Blaine's Latest Stunt Disappoints

Illusionist David Blaine ends his upside-down stunt in New York with a finale billed as the "dive of death." Blaine's latest feat disappointed many onlookers, who considered his toilet breaks "cheating." Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 25)

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Sneeze -- Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition Video Entry


Located on http://www.stolendreams.com, Sneeze offers a glimpse at the rapid and pervasive ways in which the flu virus is passed on and contracted from one unsuspecting stranger to another throughout a city. This film was directed by Xavier Tatarkiewicz for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (http://www.dividedwefail.org)

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The Detroit Lions After Matt Millen

Jay Glazer, senior NFL writer for FOXSports.com, reacts to the firing of Detroit Lions team president Matt Millen. He also discusses possible candidates to fill the position. Video courtesy of FOXSports.com. (Sept. 24)

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Side Effects -- Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition Video


Located on http://www.stolendreams.com, Side Effects tells the story of Henry Burnbaum, an elderly man who starts acting strangely after his dog dies. His wife thinks he's had a stroke, but it might be something even harder to diagnose... This film was directed by Olivia Silver for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (http://www.dividedwefail.org)

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Heart Attack -- Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition Animation Video

Located on http://www.stolendreams.com, Heart Attack is an animated short film that tells the story of an old man's confrontation with a sudden and unwelcome intruder. The film was written, directed, and animated by Chris Mais for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (http://www.dividedwefail.org)

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Golden Years -- Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition


Located on http://www.stolendreams.com, Golden Years shows a day in the life of a financially secure retired couple. They enjoy their golden years on a sunset drive along the coast. This film was directed by Brad Schmidt for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (http://www.dividedwefail.org)

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Playback 9/25/08

The Big Snub

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GE and the Market Bottom

Weakness in GE's financial-service business comes as no surprise, but the stock should hold on overseas and extended businesses, LPL Financial Chief Market Strategist Jeffrey Kleintop tells Kelsey Hubbard. (Sept. 25)

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GE Slashes Earnings View

London bureau chief Steve Goldstein discusses GE slashing its 2008 profit view. (Sept. 25)

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Crossword Candidates?

How many times has each candidates name appeard in the NYT crossword puzzle? And is that indicative of the NYT political sway? David Mark expounds.

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Crossword Candidates?

How many times has each candidates name appeard in the NYT crossword puzzle? And is that indicative of the NYT political sway? David Mark expounds.

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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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Candidates Face The Economy

CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield discusses how the proposed federal bailout of Wall Street might impact this year's presidential election.

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Exclusive- Sarah Palin

CBS News Exclusive: Katie Couric speaks with GOP vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin about the nation's economic concerns and the McCain campaign's ties to lobbyists.

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MoneyWatch

The Federal Reserve warns that the U.S. could grind to a virtual halt as lawmakers scramble to pass a rescue plan. Alexis Christoforous reports on today's top business stories.

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CBS Exclusive- John McCain

In Full: Katie Couric spoke with John McCain about the national financial crisis and the presidential candidate says that the economy comes before partisan politics.

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On Location with "CSI" in NY

The fifth season of "CSI" in New York begins where last season's cliffhanger left off. Actors Gary Sinise and Melina Kanakaredes tell Maggie Rodriguez about working on the hit show.

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Bush On Economic Crisis

As President Bush faces tough opposition, he implored the need for a huge bailout as the economy crumbles and top financial institutions collapse.

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Dems, GOP Get Tough On Economy

Officials from both the Democratic and Republican parties have expressed disappointment over the Bush Administration's plans for a massive financial bailout in this economic crisis. Bob Orr reports.

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Exclusive- Sarah Palin Part II

Only On The Web: GOP V.P. candidate Sarah Palin talks to Katie Couric about the importance of bipartisanship during tough economic times.

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President Sells Bailout

In a special speech to the nation, President Bush said that his administration will work with Congress in order to solve the current financial setbacks which continue to plague the economy.

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Bush- We Will Overcome Crisis

In a special message to the nation, President Bush attempted to assure skeptical members of the American public that the nation will be able to overcome the current financial crisis.

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McCain Defends Campaign Freeze

Katie Couric speaks with Republican presidential candidate John McCain about his recent decision to suspend his campaign in order to face the current nationwide economic crisis.

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McCain Puts Campaign On Hold

John McCain announced that he will temporarily suspend his campaign in order to focus on the nation's financial crisis and called on Barack Obama to delay Friday's debate. Chip Reid reports.

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Bush's Primetime Plea

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson faced more hostility from both parties on whether the bailout is good deal for taxpayers and homeowners. Bob Orr reports.

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Notebook- Women

A new study answers the question: "Who wears the pants in the family?" And, it's increasingly women. Katie Couric comments.

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Biden Opens Up

At a rally in Greensburg, Pa., Joe Biden showed his emotions again as he opened up about the car accident that killed his first wife and daughter in 1972.

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The South of the US could play a deciding roll in the 2008 elect

Excitement for Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama is high in Clarksdale, a town the Mississippi Delta. But ever since the civil rights struggle in the 1960s the South of the US has been more and more solidly Republican and politically divided largely along racial lines.

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Fast Draw- Disasters

The average of federally declared disasters per year spikes during an election year. Fast Draw's Josh Landis and Mitch Butler illustrate the phenomenon.

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Bailout Deal Near

Lawmakers are still working out their differences, but are close to striking a deal on the $700 billion bailout. Joel Brown reports.

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McCartney Rocks Tel Aviv

Paul McCartney will play for the first time in Israel after the country banned The Beatles in 1965 out of fear that the "Fab Four" would corrupt the youth. Charlie D'Agata has more.

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Concerns About Child Abuse

A national survey finds that, while most Americans are concerned about child abuse, few would report suspected cases. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Survivor- Gabon

Jeff Probst talks to Maggie Rodriguez about why "Survivor: Gabon" is the most extreme and dangerous season yet.

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All In The Family, One Roof

Once again, parents are moving in with their grown children and their families, reports Hattie Kauffman. But the benefits outweigh the problems, say families.

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The financial crisis' impact on US campaign- an analyst's view

With 40 days to go until election day, the fast-moving global financial crisis has transformed the White House race into a daring duel of political brinkmanship for John McCain and Barack Obama -- and President George W. Bush. An interview with a specialist on American politics.

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Alanis Morissette Starts Over

Singer Alanis Morissette dropped by "The Early Show" and to share a glimpse of her new video and perform her latest single, "Not As We."

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Palin On Foreign Policy

Exclusive: Katie Couric talks with Gov. Sarah Palin about her foreign policy experience and Alaska's proximity to Russia.

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Cuba clears up after multiple hurricanes

Hurricanes Gustav and Ike destroyed thousands of homes in Cuba and the clear-up bill is estimated at five billion dollars. Weeks later and the people of the shattered island are only just getting back on their feet.

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Drinking Water Concerns

Bob Markovich of Consumer Reports talks with Harry Smith about water quality and the importance of using filters.

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Alanis Morissette Starts Over

Singer Alanis Morissette dropped by "The Early Show" and to share a glimpse of her new video and perform her latest single, "Not As We."

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Bill Clinton On The Bailout

Bill Clinton talks to Harry Smith about the President Bush's speech, the state of our economy and why he believes Sen. Barack Obama's plan is better for ordinary Americans.

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T. Boone Pickens On Oil

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with billionaire investor T. Boone Pickens about his loss of over a billion dollars since the economic meltdown.

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Protecting Your Savings

As unemployment rates rise and the economic crisis continues, many Americans are watching their savings dwindle. Ray Martin has tips on how to protect your portfolio.

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Richard Gere's New Movie

After making the hit movie, "Unfaithful" with actress Diane Lane, Richard Gere gets a second chance at love with the actress in their new film, "Nights in Rodanthe."

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What Maggie Did Last Summer

The Early Show's Maggie Rodriguez went to bikini bootcamp last Summer in Tulum, Mexico. The work outs were intense but a dip in the ocean at the end of the day made it all worth it.

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From greenback to gold in India

With mounting turmoil in the global financial system, Indians are sticking to their traditional love for gold as a safe haven investment. The commodity posted its biggest weekly gain in a decade last week, climbing by an impressive 13 per cent to almost $865 an ounce.

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The sky's the limit- Paris plans mega tower block

The city of Paris is planning to build a 200-metre high tower block, the highest since the Montparnasse tower, erected three decades ago.

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Islamabad mourns for bombing victims

The owner of Islamabad's Marriot Hotel has vowed to rebuild his business, in spite of the massive damage sustained after a truck loaded with explosives detonated in front of the hotel last Saturday, killing at least 60 people.

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Bipartisan Bailout Effort

President Bush invites Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama to help lead the effort to create a workable bank bailout, reports Bill Plante. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Bob Schieffer.

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McCain Bails on Letterman

John McCain cancelled his appearance on "The Late Show with David Letterman" to focus on the economic bailout of Wall Street and the talk show host was none too pleased.

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