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Saturday, September 27, 2008

Hot or Not - Sept. 26

James Kotecki's rundwon of the hottest and not-est in politics this week.

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Friedman- Cubs Will Win The World Series

Jon Friedman predicts the Cubs will break their 100-year streak and walk away with the World Series win this year. (Sept. 27)

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Car Bomb Explosion in Damascus

Syrian state TV reports a car rigged with around 200 kilograms of explosives blew up near an intelligence centre in the capital Damascus. At least 17 people were killed in the blast and more than a dozen wounded. (Sept. 27)

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Actor Paul Newman dead at 83

Actor, businessman and philanthropist Paul Newman died Friday at his home in Connecticut. Fox's Jill Dobson has more on his life and career. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 27)

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Hoax


Our economy in trouble. Wall Street gambling with our money, piling up more debt. Sound Familiar?

It is.

In North Carolina, with Kay Hagan driving the budget, our debt doubled to 7 billion dollars -- that's billion with a B. Just listen to Kay Hagan brag: "As State Senator, I've balanced 5 straight budgets..."

Balanced? That's a hoax. Hagan just borrowed the money. Maybe Hagan just skip Washington -- and go straight to Wall Street.

More at www.SayNayToKay.com.

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Timber


85,000 people in Oregon are employed in the forest and timber industries. But, with Oregon's economy hurting, Jeff Merkley voted against a plan to create timber jobs. And Merkley supported all kinds of job-killing tax hikes -- voting for higher personal income taxes, higher taxes on businesses and higher property taxes. Merkley even voted against the kicker tax refund.

More at www.MustTaxMerkley.com.




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How to Deal With Iran

The candidates exchange barbs about their position on Iran, including the concept of preconditions in talks. Sen. McCain says, "We otta go back to a little of Ronald Reagan's 'trust but verify.'" Courtesy of Fox Business Network. (Sept. 27)

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Debate on Afghanistan and Pakistan

In a discussion on Pakistan, Sen. McCain says he's not prepared to make threats and calls for additional troops in Afghanistan. Sen. Obama says leaders need to be prudent in what they say, but sometimes they need to take action. Courtesy of Fox Business Network. (Sept. 27)

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Palin Crowds Poo-Poo Media

Only On The Web: With Gov. Palin thus far avoiding her media contingent, CBSNews.com's embedded reporter Scott Conroy spoke to her supporters about how they feel the GOP candidate is being portrayed.

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Couric On Palin

Katie Couric calls Sarah Palin, "cool, calm, and collected under very difficult circumstances," after her recent interview with the Republican vice presidential nominee.

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Wall Street And Retirement

More Americans are working past the age of 55 since 1970 and the recent economic downturn might delay retirement for baby boomers even more. Mark Strassman reports.

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History Of The Debates

For better or for worse, debates can greatly influence the outcome of presidential elections. Jeff Greenfield has more.

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GOP, Dems Face Off On Economy

Katie Couric speaks with House Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Banking Committee Chairman Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) about the latest negotiations to reach a financial bailout deal.

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Bailout Talks Continue

Republicans and Democrats continued urgent negotiations on a financial bailout that both parties agree is necessary to avoid severe economic repercussions. Bob Orr reports.

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Obama vows to 'take out' terror targets in Pakistan

Democratic White House contender Barack Obama said Friday he would launch military strikes on extremist targets inside Pakistan if the Islamabad government is unwilling or unable to act. At their first presidential debate, Obama's Republican opponent John McCain said such threats were unhelpful. "You don't say that out loud," he said.

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McCain, Obama clash on economy at start of debate

White House hopefuls Barack Obama and John McCain spelled out their economic priorities Friday in debate opening exchanges devoted to Wall Street's financial crisis.

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Biden On Presidential Debate

Katie Couric speaks with vice-presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden about the outcome of the first presidential debate between his running mate Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain.

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What Did Voters Think?

An audience of 100 uncommitted voters from across the country watched the debate at CBS Television City in Las Vegas and their reactions were recorded in real time. Byron Pitts reports.

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Giuliani On Debate

Rudy Giuliani shares his thoughts with Katie Couric on the presidential debate and discusses John McCain's experience and judgment to lead Americans during dark economic times.

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Miss. Governor On Debate

Haley Barber, host governor of the presidential debates shares his thoughts with Katie Couric on how the candidates fared.

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Egypt produces first genetically modified crops harvest

Whilst the storm over genetically modified crops is showing no signs of abating in Europe, the issue has not yet raised it's ugly head in Europe. But this looks set to change as critics lash out after the first harvest of genetically modified corn is produced in Cairo.

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17 killed in Damascus car bomb

A car bomb exploded near a Shiite shrine in southern Damascus on Saturday killing 17 people and wounding 14 others, in one of the deadliest attacks in a dozen years.

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Presidential Debate, 09.26.08

Moderator Jim Leherer joins Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate John McCain for the first presidential debate at the University of Mississippi.

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Palazzo Grassi hosts Italian contemporary art

One of the biggest-ever exhibitions of contemporary Italian art opens in Venice's Palazzo Grassi.

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