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Friday, September 26, 2008

Obama, McCain Differ on Corporate Taxes

The candidates have different approaches to tax policy, and that was evident during the presidential debate, especially on their perceptions of the corporate tax rate, says WSJ's Jerry Seib. (Sept. 27)

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McCain, Obama Address Accountability

Sen. Barack Obama calls the financial crisis the "final verdict of eight years of failed economic policies." Sen. John McCain urges accountability, saying greed is rewarded on Wall Street and in Washington. Courtesy of Fox Business Network. (Sept. 27)

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'Unrealistic' Solutions for Economic Crisis

Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain expressed different ideas during the debate about what caused the crisis on Wall Street, but both had unrealistic solutions about where to go from here, says WSJ's Jerry Seib. (Sept. 27)

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Obama on being called "liberal"

McCain and Obama spar on Obama's voting record

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Differences Emerge on Foreign Policy

WSJ's Jerry Seib comments on the presidential debate, saying the discussion over foreign policy, especially with regard to Iraq, revealed the greatest differences between Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama. (Sept. 27)

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McCain- "I don't even have a seal yet"

McCain: "I'm not going to set the White House visitors schedule before I'm president of the United States."

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McCain- Obama doesn't understand

A common theme in Friday night's presidential debate: McCain calling Obama naive and saying that he doesn't understand...

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Facing the Challenge of Fiscal Crisis

During the presidential debate, Sen. McCain stresses the need to cut spending in the face of the financial crisis, while Sen. Obama criticizes McCain's support of a president who presided over an "orgy of spending." Courtesy of Fox Business Network. (Sept. 27)

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Debate was no game-changer

Politico's Charles Mahtesian on why this debate was not a game-changer

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VandeHei on the debate

Politico's Jim VandeHei offers post-debate analysis

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McCain is Right



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Iraq Debate

Obama says McCain was wrong when it comes to his Iraq policy.

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McCain as Bush?

McCain says he has opposed the President on several key issues...

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Energy Debate

John McCain and Barack Obama debate their energy policies...

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Insiders Trim Their Stakes

Barron's Online's John Kimelman reports that insiders at the Gap clothing chain and the CEO of mall owner Macerich sold shares following recent gains in the stock.

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James Taylor on New Album 'Covers'

James Taylor, one of America's greatest singer-songwriters, discusses his latest album, "Covers." He tells WSJ's Chris Farley what prompted him to cover songs by other people and what he thinks of today's music. (Sept. 26)

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Tiki and Ronde Barber on 'Go Long'

Tiki Barber, former running back for the New York Giants, and twin brother Ronde Barber, a cornerback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, speak with WSJ's Bob Hughes about their latest novel for young adults, "Go Long." (Sept. 26)

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Highlights from Bush's Address

Highlights from Bush's Address

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Looking Ahead- Bailout, Unemployment

All eyes will be watching the negotiations of the bailout closely but it's a full week ahead with economic data, including Case Shiller data and the jobs report on Friday. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 26)

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Clinton Global Initiative Attracts Power-Brokers, Stars

A who's-who of global leaders, corporate donors and other influential figures came together in New York for former President Bill Clinton's forum to exchange ideas on improving health, education and energy in the developing world. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Sept. 26)

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Closing the Innovation Gap

Judy Estrin, a former Cisco executive, Disney board member, and author of "Closing the Innovation Gap," thinks the U.S. is falling behind innovatively but offers five core values that can help companies innovate. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 29)

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Statin Scientist on Drive to Lower Cholesterol

Akira Endo, who was honored by the Lasker Foundation for the discovery of the first statin, drugs with LDL-cholesterol-lowering properties, speaks with WSJ's Peter Landers. He discusses what prompted his research that has helped revolutionize the prevention and treatment of coronary heart disease. (Sept. 26)

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During Jeanne Shaheen's time as Governor, she vetoed bipartisan education reform efforts, blocked efforts to get rid of bad teachers, and the state's high school dropout rate was at twenty-five percent. And Shaheen failed to solve the school funding crisis.

More at www.TheShaheenRecord.com.

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Politico Playbook

Politico's Mike Allen previews tonight's debate....

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A New Breed of Opera Directors

Get a behind-the-scenes look at director David McVicar in rehearsal with the Lyric Opera of Chicago. McVicar is part of a new breed of opera directors who think singers should do more than hit impossible notes and look good in their costumes. (Sept. 27)

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Why the Debate That Wasn't, Is

Hours before the first presidential debate, it was still uncertain whether Sen. John McCain would participate. WSJ's Jerry Seib discusses the events that made it both possible and necessary for him to attend. (Sept. 26)

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Finding Gummy Instead of Gold in Vanguard Fund

Like finding gummy candy in what's supposed to be a box of chocolates, Dow Jones Newswires columnist Simon Constable says the Vanguard Precious Metals and Mining fund doesn't have enough of what it's touting -- precious metals. (Sept. 26)

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Debate Preview - Historic Context

David Paul Kuhn talks about the upcoming Presidential debate in relation to some past debates, and the importance of debates in general.

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Milk Scandal in China

The World Health Organization says that China's milk scandal is "deplorable" as consumers continue to worry about product safety. Courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 26)

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Daredevil Pilot Makes History

Swiss pilot Yves Rossy has successfully completed a solo flight across the English Channel using a homemade, jet-propelled wing. It's the first such crossing in history. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 26)

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Stocks Today- WaMu Fallout

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that Washington Mutual (WaMu), in retrospect should've taken JP Morgan up on its offer to buy the company back in March. The FDIC took over operations, leaving shareholders with nothing. (Sept. 26)

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Yum! Joins Fight Against Global Hunger

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard talks with Chairman and CEO David C. Novak about the Yum! pledge to donate about $80 million over five years to help fight world hunger through the Clinton Global Initiative. (Sept. 26)

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Cool Factor of Car Sharing

Car sharing is taking on the traditional rental companies, offering benefits including lower prices and convenience. And then there's the cool factor. (Sept. 26)

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Kotecki- 09/26/08

Bailout talks don't too well, the status of the debate is in flux (or at least it was when I made this video), and Sarah Palin elaborates on her Russian experience.

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Kotecki- 09/26/08

Bailout talks don�t too well, the status of the debate is in flux (or at least it was when I made this video), and Sarah Palin elaborates on her Russian experience.

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Kotecki- 09/26/08

Bailout talks don�t too well, the status of the debate is in flux (or at least it was when I made this video), and Sarah Palin elaborates on her Russian experience.

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Delicious...You Put What in It?!

WSJ's Raymund Flandez delves into the world of Vosges Haute Chocolate, which is a company offering exotic chocolates, with truly unique ingredients. (Sept. 26)

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Tips to Safeguard Your Smartphone

Dow Jones Newswire's Roger Cheng talks with Daniel V. Hoffman Chief Technology Officer for Smobile Systems on ethical hacking and the fight against mobile spyware. (Sept. 26)

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Business Dress Gets Creative

WSJ's Christina Binkley talks with Schematic CEO WPP Trevor Kaufman about the new direction he is taking when it comes to Business clothing and how he presents himself. (Sept. 26)

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WaMu Fails, Where is Bailout?

Pressures are mounting as the negotiations for a bailout plan rage on, while tensions are escalating as yet another bank, Washington Mutual, fails. Courtesy Fox(Sept. 26)

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Bush on Financial Bailout Negotiations

President Bush stresses the need to move quickly, but urges the nation to have patience as negotiations for a financial bailout, vowing that a package will be passed. Courtesy of Fox. (Sept. 26)

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Bumpy Ride Ahead

Markets are bracing for more volatility amid wrangling over the government's financial rescue package and the failure of Washington Mutual, says David Gaffen, special writer for The Wall Street Journal. (Sept. 26)

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Friedman- Tell It Like It Is

The media have been playing it too safe in covering the recent financial crisis. Jon Friedman says the media should call it what it is: a meltdown. (Sept. 26)

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Look Ahead in Asia- Tankan Time

The Tankan, Japan's highly influential quarterly survey of businesses, is tipped to turn negative for the first time in five years. Meanwhile, the U.S. markets continue to weigh on the region as a whole. Michael Kitchen reports. (Sept. 26)

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Playback 9/26/08

Was McCain really in a rush?

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Pernod's Plans to Build Business

Pierre Pringuet, managing director of Pernod Ricard SA, talks to MarketWatch's Bill Spain about his company's strategy and its recent $9 billion acquisition of the Absolut vodka brand. (Sept. 26)

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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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Senator- No Bailout Deal Yet

CBS News RAW: After an emergency meeting with President Bush at the White House, Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) said that a financial bailout rescue agreement has not yet been reached.

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Tentative Financial Deal

U.S. lawmakers announced a tentative financial deal to aid the financial crisis. President Bush implored Congress to pass the $700 billion bailout bill, but reforms are wanted. Bob Orr reports.

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$700 Billion Bailout Backlash

Many American are speaking out against the Feds' proposed $700 billion bailout which would use U.S. tax dollars. Ben Tracy reports.

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McCain Defends Bailout Tactics

Katie Couric speaks with GOP presidential candidate John McCain about his negotiations with the White House and rival Barack Obama in order to create a bill to ease the current financial crisis.

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Obama On Bailout Plan

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama tells Katie Couric about his historic emergency meeting with President Bush and John McCain which focused on solving the economic crisis.

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Sarah Palin Speaks Out

In an exclusive interview with CBS News, Katie Couric speaks with Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin about her various positions on foreign policy and diplomacy.

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Obama On Politics Of Bailout

Only On The Web: Barack Obama tells Katie Couric that presidential campaign politics must not be injected into negotiations for legislation to alleviate the nation's economic setbacks.

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McCain On Bailout Negotiations

Only On The Web: John McCain talks with Katie Couric about whether his choice to suspend his presidential campaign has helped the negotiations. McCain also addresses his concerns with the bailout plan.

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Why Build The Collider?

Scientist Bob Stanek explains to Steve Kroft why the billions spent building the Large Hadron Collider - called by some the "big bang machine" -is a good investment.

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Race Rundown- Will McCain debate?

On the eve of the first presidential debate, the country is left wondering if Republican nominee John McCain will show up. The AP's Julie Pace breaks down the week's events. (Sept. 26)

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Politics Hamper Bailout Deal

Talks over the $700 billion bailout have stalled. Congressional leaders are back at the table after conservative Republican leaders released their own version of the plan, Kathryn Brown reports.

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Russ Mitchell- Speed Racer

Russ Mitchell puts the pedal to the metal and learns how to drive a racecar from 2005 Indy 500 champion Dan Wheldon.

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FDIC Seizes WaMu

The assets from the largest bank failure in U.S. history will be sold to JPMorgan Chase in an effort to prevent the depletion of funds from the FDIC, says Liz Claman, Fox Business News anchor.

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Debate Prep 101

The Early Show's political consultant Laura Schwartz shows Harry Smith the historical do's and don'ts of past presidential debates.

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Money Questions Answered

The Early Show's financial consultant Ray Martin answers questions from Americans uncertain about the safety of their money in a struggling economy.

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Israel restricts Palestinian rush to Al Aqsa

On the last Friday of Ramadan, tens of thousands of West Bank Palestinians wishing to pray at the Al Aqsa mosque in East Jerusalem showed up at the Israeli controlled Qalandia check point , between the West bank and Jerusalem. But only a small number were allowed to pass , as Israeli security forces restricted the age of entry to over 50.

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Bailout Bust

A tentative deal failed after the GOP brought a completely new plan to the table. Democrats are blaming McCain, reports Chip Reid. Maggie talks to congressional banking leaders.

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Real-Life Rocket Man

A Swiss pilot created a personal rocket-powered wing that he used to successfully fly across the English Channel at 120 mph.

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Sale of the century- YSL-Berge collection

Expected to fetch at least 300 million euro (almost half a billion dollars), an art collection amassed over four decades by late fashion king Yves Saint Laurent and his companion Pierre Berge goes up for sale next February. Details of the sale were announced on Friday.

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Mississippi holds its breath on eve of debate

Mississippi was Thursday holding its breath ahead of the much anticipated first debate between White House hopefuls Barack Obama and John McCain, unsure if it would actually go ahead.

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Beirut uncovers its hidden past

Beirut, a city of hidden treasures from the past. From the Romans to the Ottomans, ancient relics are constantly being discovered as the Lebanese capital undergoes a construction makeover.

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McCain Weighs Debate No-Show

Dee Dee Myers and Dan Bartlett, two former White House staff members discuss with Harry Smith the risks and gains if Sen. John McCain does not show up for a debate with Sen. Barack Obama.

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Political Fact Check

Barack Obama claims John McCain will tax insurance benefits and Sarah Palin says she oversees 20 percent of U.S. domestic supply of oil and gas. Wyatt Andrews fact checks the candidates.

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Palin Becomes Crop Circle

CBS News RAW: Duke and Martha Wheeler have carved out a picture of Sarah Palin in their corn maze in Whitehouse, Ohio.

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The forgotten victims of Mindanao's Muslim war

A humanitarian crisis is growing on the southern Philippines island of Mindanao where an estimated 500,000 people have been internally displaced by renewed fighting between the army and Muslim separatists.

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Army moves in to ensure fair elections in Rio's shanties

The Brazilian army has moved into Rio de Janeiro's shanty towns to keep order during the country's local election campaign. Drug traffickers have a grip on much of the poor, overcrowded suburbs.

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