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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Changing Landscape of the Banking Industry

The government brokers another bank consolidation, as Citigroup buys Wachovia's banking assets for $2.1 billion and the assumption of debt. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the deal's significance. (Sept. 29)

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Hands on Gizmos- UroClub

Can't hold it any longer on the back nine? WSJ's Andy Jordan hits the green to see what golfers think of a club that lets putters take care of "business" -- in their club. (Sept. 28)

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A Tentative Deal, but Will Markets Play Along?

After a weekend of tense negotations, Congress settled on a tentative $700 bailout plan that would effectively nationalize an array of mortgages and securities backed by them. WSJ's Washington Bureau Chief John Bussey looks at the deal and how markets are likely to react. (Sept. 29)

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Crisis Control

The solution to Chile's 1982 banking crisis is a model other countries can follow, Mary Anastasia O'Grady tells Kelsey Hubbard.

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Hands on Gizmos- Uroclub

Can't hold it any longer on the back nine? WSJ's Andy Jordan hits the green to see what golfers think of a club that lets putters take care of "business" -- in their club. (Sept. 28)

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Tentative Financial Bailout Deal Announced

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson announce a tentative deal on a Wall Street bail out. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 28)

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Undecided Vote- Janet Chittock

Ohio is once again a pivotal swing state in a presidential election. And turnout in the historically Democratic stronghold of Mahoning County will be key to victory. Janet Chittock is an undecided voter from Poland, Ohio. (Oct. 8)

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Undecided Vote- Mahoning County

Ohio is once again a pivotal swing state in a presidential election. And turnout in the historically Democratic stronghold of Mahoning County will be key to victory. Youngstown State University Professor Paul Sracic describes the political climate. (Sept. 29)

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Undecided Vote- Ronald Eiselstein

Ohio is once again a pivotal swing state in a presidential election. And turnout in the historically Democratic stronghold of Mahoning County will be key to victory. Ronald Eiselstein is an undecided voter from Youngstown, Ohio. (Sept. 29)

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Undecided Vote- Mike and Diane Kluchar

Ohio is once again a pivotal swing state in a presidential election. And turnout in the historically Democratic stronghold of Mahoning County will be key to victory. Mike and Diane Kluchar are undecided voters. (Sept. 29)

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Undecided Vote- Heidi Hanni

Ohio is once again a pivotal swing state in a presidential election. And turnout in the historically Democratic stronghold of Mahoning County will be key to victory. Heidi Hanni is an undecided voter. (Sept. 29)

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Undecided Vote- Joe Sullivan

Ohio is once again a pivotal swing state in a presidential election. And turnout in the historically Democratic stronghold of Mahoning County will be key to victory. Joe Sullivan is an undecided voter from Boardman, Ohio. (Sept. 29)

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Change Of Command In Iraq

Gen. Ray Odierno sits down with Lesley Stahl for his first interview since taking command of U.S. forces in Iraq and also takes her and 60 Minutes cameras on his first battlefield tour in his new role.

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Face The Nation, 09.28.08

Barack Obama talks with Bob Schieffer about his role in the bailout negotiations. Then, Obama talks about his debate against John McCain. Lastly, Bob Schieffer comments on the history of Ole Miss.

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Returning To Ole Miss

In 1962, riots erupted on the campus of Ole Miss in protest of the university's first black student. In 2008, the school welcomed a historic debate with a black candidate. Bob Schieffer comments.

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Obama On The Debate

Barack Obama talks about his debate against John McCain and calls one of McCain's assertions a "debating trick." Bob Schieffer questions Obama on the heated topic of diplomacy without preconditions.

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Obama's Stance On Bailout

Barack Obama talks with Bob Schieffer about his role in the bailout negotiations, stressing the importance of added reforms and protecting American taxpayers.

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Millions tune in as McCain and Obama slug it out

From New York to Los Angeles, from street corners to cyber-space, Americans watched in their millions as Barack Obama and John McCain slugged it out in their first televised debate on Friday. In Oxford, Mississippi, where the debate took place, Students gathered on the Campus to follow the face off on a big screen.

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Dads Step Up

More and more American fathers are reaching out to join organizations which help dads become more involved with their children. Mark Strassmann reports on these new grassroots initiatives.

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News Stories You Can't Miss!

Dave Price and Erica Hill examine this week's wild and crazy news stories, including a man who was diagnosed as pregnant at a hospital and a football player who literally flips for the ball!

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Lesley Roy's Irish Rock

She's a fresh faced talent straight out of Ireland, Lesley Roy performs at the Second Cup Caf as this new and upcoming singer proves that the Irish really can rock!

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Black Forest Delight!

German Chef Walter Staib shows Dave Price how to cook up a delicious and scrumptious "Chef On A Shoestring" Black Forest feast with wiener schnitzels, all for under $40!

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Pres. Debate In Full Swing

The gloves have come off after the first presidential debate between candidates John McCain and Barack Obama. Dean Reynolds reports on the latest contentions on the campaign trail.

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Should Pets Get Inheritances?

When "The Queen Of Mean" Leona Helmsley left her fortune to her dog, there was an uproar throughout the public. As Dave Price reports, this is becoming a new trend among those with lots of money.

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Obama, McCain Body Language

In the wake of the first presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain, Dave Price speaks with "What Every Body Is Saying" author Joe Navarro for some insight into their body language.

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Learn To Do Yoga!

Yoga has exploded in popularity over the last few years and can be very beneficial. Erica Hill joins instructor Sara Ivanhoe for an informative yoga session which any beginner can easily emulate!

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Preview- Sarah Palin's Parents

Harry Smith visits the home of Sarah Palin's parents, Charles and Sarah Heath, in Wasilla, Alaska. Watch this exclusive interview on The Early Show, Monday Sept. 29th.

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Japan Aims For U.S. Banks

As the U.S. financial crisis yields potentially the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression, Japanese banks could come to the rescue. Barry Petersen reports from Tokyo.

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'Troopergate' Heats Up

Individuals close to Sarah Palin who have been subpoenaed in the "Troopergate" investigation have refused to testify, including Palin's "First Dude" husband Todd. John Blackstone reports from Alaska.

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Remembering Paul Newman

CBS' Bill Whitaker examines the life and legacy of veteran actor Paul Newman, who had a prolific career in Hollywood which spanned for over half a century.

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Emergency High Stakes Bail Out

Congress has held an emergency session in order to address the potentially catastrophic financial disaster currently facing the nation. But, as Thalia Assuras reports, there may some sticking points.

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