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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Mossberg Tests VMware Fusion for Mac

WSJ's Walt Mossberg reviews VMware Fusion 2.0, a new and improved application that allows users to run Windows on a Mac. He also sees how it stacks up against a program called Parallels. (Oct. 1)

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U.S. Senate Passes Bailout Bill

The U.S. Senate succeeded where the House of Representatives failed, finding enough bipartisan support to pass a massive financial-rescue package, Fox's Jennifer Davis reports from Washington. (Oct. 1)

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Who Took the Risk Out?

Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger tells Kelsey Hubbard that discussions of responsibility and the financial crisis should be held in the context of the presidential debate. (Oct. 2)

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An Investment With Vision

FLIR Systems should benefit as the once military-oriented company broadens its customer base, reports Barron's Online's Teresa Rivas. (Oct. 1)

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Credit Crisis Hits Car Loans

WSJ's Mike Spector talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the difficulties car buyers face when seeking financing and how they can overcome those hurdles. (Oct. 1)

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Burger King's 'Drive-Thru' Ad

Watch an advertisement for Burger King. (Oct. 1)

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Campbell Soup's 'Blindfold' Ad

Watch an advertisement for Campbell Soup. (Oct. 1)

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'Blindness'

Watch a scene from the film "Blindness," an adaptation of a book by Nobel Prize winning author Jose Saramago. (Oct. 3)

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Guerrilla Marketing Success Stories

More companies are turning to guerrilla marketing to steal the public's attention in creative and surprising ways. WSJ's Wendy Bounds reports on how some business owners are succeeding. (Oct. 2)

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Some Bright Spots for Worried Investors

Return on Investment columnist Brett Arends provides his take on whether there are any remaining bright spots for investors. (Oct. 2)

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Egyptian Authorities Free Kidnapped Tourists

Italian and other tourists are back home safe after being held captive for 10 days. Egyptian authorities say the incident marks the first tourist kidnapping in the country. Courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 1)

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No Pickup for Loans

AT&T's CEO says the debt market has been foreclosed to his company reports Bob O'Brien in the Stocks to Watch Video Report. (Oct. 1)

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Hot Stocks Report- Industrials Fall

Shares of industrial companies, led by General Electric, were lower on Wednesday as doubts about the strength of the U.S. economy weighed on the sector. (Oct. 1)

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Oakland Raiders Fire Coach Kiffin

Watch footage from a recent press conference as Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis talks about the dismissal of head coach Lane Kiffin. Kiffin went 5-15 during his 20 months at the helm. Video courtesy of Fox Sports. (Oct. 1)

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Kotecki- 10/01/08

The Senate plans it�s own bailout vote, Sarah Palin was a strange second grader, and October is a month for surprises.

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Kotecki- 10/01/08

The Senate plans it's own bailout vote, Sarah Palin was a strange second grader, and October is a month for surprises.

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Consumers Get Into the Spirit of Scotch

Bill Lumsden, master distiller of Glenmorangie, talks to MarketWatch's Bill Spain about the company's new $200 scotch and the beverage's growing appeal. (Oct. 1)

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Interest Rates in Europe

Ian Harnett of Absolute Strategy speaks with MarketWatch's William Watts ahead of Thursday's interest-rate decision from the European Central Bank. (Oct. 1)

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It Ain't Just Chicken Feed Anymore

Chicken feed -- the time-honored phrase referring to paltry pay or the low price of an item-may soon take on a new meaning, thanks to costly crops. (Oct. 1)

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Employment Turns Bleak

Challenger, Gray & Christmas CEO John Challenger discusses the latest employment figures and what they mean for the U.S. economy. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Oct. 1)

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Bush Urges Relief as Congress Mulls Next Move

President George W. Bush is urging lawmakers to act quickly after a $700 billion bailout measure failed in the House, causing the sharpest selloff in 20 years. Courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 1)

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The Palin Accent

Politico's Daniel Libit talks about what gives Sarah palin her accent and how it plays in the big-stage political arena.

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In Your Wallet- Ali Yarkhan

Stylist/branding manager Ali Yarkhan shows off his one-of-a-kind Yves Saint Laurent wallet and gives a peek at what's inside. (Oct. 1)

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Newman's Charity Remembered

Paul Newman is remembered as a philanthropist and an all around nice guy as well as acting legend. Julie Chen reports.

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Pilots Charged In Taxi Attack

Police in Ft. Lauderdale have arrested two Jet Blue pilots in connection with a brutal attack on a cab driver last August. WFOR's Peter D'Oench has more.

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Will Nader Strike Again?

Largely blamed for causing George W. Bush's victory in the 2000 presidential election, notorious activist Ralph Nader will once again run for the presidency this year. CBS 5's Robert Lyles reports.

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Hot Makeup Looks For Fall

Makeup Mecca Sephora sent three top celebrity makeup artists to to show Julie Chen what's hot for fall. The latest trends include "Hollywood Glamour" and "Understated Chic."

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Teen Punched At McDonald's

Caught On Tape: Los Angeles police are looking for a man who beat up a 16-year-old girl at a McDonald's counter. Police say the girl swore at the man for cutting in line.

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Minn. Suburban Swing Voters

Republicans chose Minnesota for their convention with the hope of winning the state for the first time since 1972. Russ Mitchell reports on the attitudes of suburban voters in the state.

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Eid in Egypt- Shopping spree after Ramadan

The Muslim festival of Eid, which ends the month of Ramadan, lasts for three days. But before it kicks off, Cairo is taken over by feverish shopping as Muslims stock up on food and gifts for the festival.

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EU monitors weigh up Georgia peace mission

European Union monitors deployed in Georgia on Wednesday to monitor a ceasefire and oversee a Russian troop pull-back after the August war in the Caucasus state.

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EU monitors enter Georgia buffer zone to begin peace mission

European Union observers entered a Russian-controlled buffer zone around Georgia's rebel region of South Ossetia on Wednesday as they began monitoring a ceasefire in the ex-Soviet state.

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'Gary Unmarried' Has Laughs

The new CBS TV series "Gary Unmarried" makes divorce the stuff that laughs are made of, reports Hattie Kauffman. But a visit to the set shows that the laughs continue after the cameras stop rolling.

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Diets That Don't Work

Nutritionist Lisa Drayer debunks some mythical diets that have been tried over the years but with no scientific basis for success. She speaks to Julie Chen.

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Spice Up Your Life

John Willoughby from Gourmet magazine suggests getting to know some unusual spices that will add much flavor to your next meal. He demonstrates their uses to Harry Smith.

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Ronaldo back in training after injury

Former AC Milan and Real Madrid star Ronaldo is back in full training seven months on from a knee injury which led him to leave Italy. Ronaldo is currently without a club but has in recent days been working on his fitness with Brazilian side Flamengo.

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Man Punches Shark, Saves Dog

A Fla. man acted quickly to save his dog, Jake, from the jaws of a hungry shark. The dog was seriously hurt but lived to tell his story to Harry Smith.

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Economic Domino Effect

Early Show contributor Vera Gibbons joins Julie Chen to illustrate how Wall Street and Main Street are linked by the economic crisis.

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Senate Jumps To Action

The Senate announced it will put an economic rescue bill to a vote, helping Wall Street regain some losses, Bob Orr reports.

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Palin the Debater

A look back at how Palin deals with tough questions on the spot.

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Mary Hart On Paul Newman

Actor Paul Newman often used his media exposure to promote his work with kids, reports "Entertainment Tonight's" Mary Hart.

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Gas Shortage Grips Southeast

Gas station lines remain long as Southern motorists continue to find themselves in the midst of a severe gas shortage. Mark Strassman reports.

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The Heat Is On

With no new financial bailout deal in place and Congress in recess to observe Rosh Hashanah, the pressure intensifies to reach an agreement as Election Day draws near. Bob Orr reports.

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Credit Freeze Hard On Wall St.

Although the Dow enjoyed a comeback, many on Wall St. are on edge because the credit markets remain frozen. Anthony Mason reports.

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Booster Seat Safety Tips

A new study reveals that not all booster seats are safe for children. Nancy Cordes reports on booster seat dos and don'ts that could be the difference in saving a child's life.

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Breast Cancer Awareness

October is breast cancer awareness month and Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron of The Susan G. Komen Foundation offers guidelines for breast cancer prevention and treatment.

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Getting To Know Joe Biden

The Early Show takes a look at Democratic VP Nominee Joe Biden's political career and his family life. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Couric Wraps Palin Interview

CBS News' Katie Couric talked to Gov. Sarah Palin about her position on a variety of domestic issues in their latest interview. Harry Smith gets a wrap-up from Couric.

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Candidates' Bailout Battle

Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are on the campaign trail speaking about each other's stance on the economic bailout plan. Jeff Glor reports.

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

British judges and lawyers have traditionally worn wigs in court proceedings for centuries, but new laws will change that. Mark Phillips reports from London.

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Dolphin Amputee Inspires Child

Winter the dolphin was injured in a crab trap and now swims with the help of a prosthetic fin. The dolphin's story has inspired a young girl also with a disability. Debbye Turner Bell reports.

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Vanishing Voters

A new report raises questions about a little known, yet problem-ridden process known as voter purging that could cost some Americans their right to vote. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Palin Sets The Record Straight

With a few days left before the vice presidential debate, Gov. Sarah Palin speaks with Katie Couric about her views concerning social and environmental issues.

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Street Team '08- Poll Power

Voting is important, but how can you exercise your right when you can't get to the polling station?. Produced by Steven Smith of Missouri for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com. (Oct. 1)

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Street Team '08- Michael J. Fox

Actor turned activist Michael J. Fox is out on the campaign trail stumping for stem cell research. Produced by Lauren Sausser of New Hampshire for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com. (Oct. 1)

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Street Team '08- Halloween Vote

Halloween is one time of year when people expect strangers at their door, so why not get candy and make a difference? Produced by Andrew Tonry of Oregon for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com. (Oct. 1)

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