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Friday, October 3, 2008

The Challenges of Treating Cancer, a Cultural Taboo

Oncologists at Maimonides Cancer Center, a melting-pot hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., discuss the challenges they face treating patients whose culture makes talking about their disease taboo. WSJ's Lucette Lagnado reports. (Oct. 4)

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'Ashes of Time Redux'

Watch a scene from the film "Ashes of Time Redux". Video courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics. (Oct. 4)

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Halloween Hits Wall Street

These are gloomy times on Wall Street. So how much will people spend to dress accordingly on Halloween? WSJ's Marshall Crook took to the streets to find out whether the economic prices has an impact on what people are wearing for Halloween.

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Will Storm Clouds Envelop a Software Highflier?

Open Text is rightly praised for high cash profits, but an economic downturn likely won't spare the company. (Oct. 3)

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Christopher Lukas Is Concerned About Life, Not Death

Christopher Lukas, an author and actor who has written several books about suicide and its impact on his family, discusses his latest work, "Blue Genes." He speaks with WSJ's Bob Hughes about his thoughts on mental health. (Oct. 3)

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Greening Up Your Home

In the Gelsi household, reducing their carbon footprint is a family affair -- they even wrote a musical about it. MarketWatch reporter Steve Gelsi offers tips for saving the environment and saving money while doing so. (Oct. 6)

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Vice Presidential Debate Reax

Vice Presidential Debate Watch Party at the JW Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C.

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Vice Presidential Debate Reax

Vice Presidential Debate Watch Party at the JW Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C.

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Dem Strategist- Obama Needs Rural Vote to Win Va.

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford interviews Dave 'Mudcat' Saunders, a Democratic consultant from Roanoke, VA, who counsels the party on how to connect with rural voters.

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Looking Ahead- The Weak Economy

With the IMF report, FOMC meeting notes and the presidential debate likely to underscore just how weak the U.S, economy is, we're likely to see another rocky week on Wall Street. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 3)

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With Bailout's Passage, More Intervention Ahead?

Washington bureau chief John Bussey comments on Congress's $700 billion bailout bill, saying a worsening economy may spur additional government intervention. (Oct. 4)

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Weighing the Benefits of Green Roofs

Throughout New York City, studies are underway to see if green roof adoption should take root. Supporters say putting vegetation on the roofs of city buildings may reduce global warming -- and save money in the long run. WSJ's Shelly Banjo reports. (Oct. 6)

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Golf Phenoms Start to Make Waves

Despite being 13 and 11 years-old respectively, brothers Zachary and Josh Martin are trying to do for golf what Serena and Venus Williams did for tennis. As WSJ's Matt Futterman reports, the brothers are two of the best young golfers in the country and, after a discussion with their parents, have turned all of their attention exclusively on the sport. (Oct. 4)

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A Curious Sale of AIG Stock

Barron's Online John Kimelman says that the sale of stock by former AIG CEO "Hank" Greenberg could actually be a positive for the stock. (Oct. 3)

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Stocks Today- Wells Fargo Buys Wachovia

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about how Wells Fargo agreed to purchase Wachovia for $15 billion in a direct challenge to Citigroup's offer to buy the banking subsidiaries for $2.2 billion. (Oct. 3)

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President Bush Praises Passage of Bailout

President George W. Bush praised the House for passing the Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, which he signed into law Friday. The president said the bailout shows the world America will maintain its financial standing. Courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 3)

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Good Link Between Religion and Reduced Teen Bad Behavior

Each month, familyfacts.org explores an area of academic research on a topic related to the family and religion. October's findings highlight the positive link between religious influence and the lives of American youth.

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Diamond Prices on the Rise

Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but with their price up 118% in 21 months, they're a nightmare for men seeking marriage. Illustrating the point with a faux diamond and faux proposals is Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires. (Oct 3)

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Paris Auto Show- From Luxe to Green

WSJ's David Patton talks about the latest production vehicles and some wild concept cars at the Paris Auto show media preview days this week. The autos available run the gamut from luxury to green vehicles. (Oct. 3)

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The "Hole" In Musgrove's Record


During Ronnie Musgrove's term as Governor, Mississippi went from having an approximately $230 million surplus to having a budget deficit estimated at up to $700 million. And Mississippi had a net loss of more than 38,000 nonfarm jobs.

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.

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Dem Strategist- Obama Needs Rural Vote to Win Va.

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford interviews Dave 'Mudcat' Saunders, a Democratic consultant from Roanoke, VA, who counsels the party on how to connect with rural voters.

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Hot or Not - Oct. 3

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

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Hot or Not - Oct. 3

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

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Hot or Not - Oct. 3

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

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House Passes Bailout Bill

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a revised version $700 billion financial system bailout bill Friday. Watch the calling out of the final tally of 263 to 171 in this video from Fox News. (Oct 3)

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Legal Ramifications of Wachovia-Wells Fargo Deal

Legal Affairs Editor Ashby Jones explains the possible legal complications behind Wachovia's deal talks with Wells Fargo. Citigroup is alleging that Wachovia breached terms of their own merger agreement and one of their options could be to sue. (Oct. 3)

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Look Ahead in Asia- Japan Retailers and Indian Software

Next week, watch for earnings from Infosys, Seven & I and Aeon, as well as interest rate decisions from Japan and Australia. Michael Kitchen reports. (Oct. 3)

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Wells Bests Citi

Wells Fargo swoops in for Wachovia just days after Citigroup agreed to buy Wachovia's banking assets in an agreement with FDIC backing. S&P's Stuart Plasser thinks Citi will be consoled with a breakup fee. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Oct. 3)

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All Eyes On The Bank Of England

The Bank of England will be in focus next week as an interest rate cut in the U.K. looks increasingly likely. Investors will also be waiting for results from food retailer Sainsbury and drinks giant C&C. (Oct. 3)

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The Great Unwinding

What can Main Street investors expect from Wall Street's crisis? Lower portfolio returns for starters, according to Max Bublitz, chief strategist at investment manager SCM Advisors. Jonathan Burton reports. (Oct. 2)

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Steve Fossett's Remains Finally Found?

After disappearing a year ago, investigators believe that they may have finally found the remains of the 63-year old adventurer, Steve Fossett. Investigators found a single bone at the crash site. Courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 3)

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Voices from the street

(Boston Globe) People in downtown Boston give their opinion of Thursday's VP debate. (By Swati Sharma, produced by Mark Micheli)

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Voices from the street

(Boston Globe) People in downtown Boston give their opinion of Thursday's VP debate. (By Swati Sharma, produced by Mark Micheli)

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Gauging the House Debate on Bailout Package

The House is debating the bailout package it rejected on Monday and Washington Bureau Chief John Bussey gives us his take. As he explains, the bill comes with a fair amount of changes, not to mention momentum. (Oct. 3)

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Hot Stocks Report- Financials

The financial sector is seeing a lot of market action, as Wachovia surprises Wall Street -- and suitor Citigroup -- by announcing a deal with Wells Fargo. MarketWatch's Greg Morcroft reports. (Oct. 3)

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Sarah Palin and Joe Biden face off in their only debate.

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Sarah Palin and Joe Biden face off in their only debate.

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Directing 'Flash of Genius'

Marc Abraham, director of "Flash of Genius," discusses his film about a college professor who spent years fighting Ford for patents to the intermittent windshield wiper, which he invented. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Oct. 3)

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Uproar in The House - Will It Pass?

The House is in an uproar as the vote on the newest version of the bailout plan approaches and the Dow loses 350 points. House leaders are twisting arms and counting heads, as the tension mounts. Courtesy Fox News. (Oct. 3)

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Worst Job Loss in Over Five Years

Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Avalon Partners, talks with Steve Gelsi about the surge in unemployment amid rolling waves of job cuts. (Oct. 3)

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The Winner of the Vice-Presidential Debate Is...

Gov. Sarah Palin exceeded expectations in the vice-presidential debate, but Sen. Joe Biden emerged as the stronger candidate, according to Dr. David Epstein, professor of politics at Columbia University. (Oct. 3)

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'Religulous'

Watch a scene from "Religulous," starring Bill Maher. (Oct. 3)

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Business- Weathering the Financial Crisis

The Citigroup Inc. financial adviser Michael Sawyer discusses some of the difficulties of advising clients during the credit crisis.

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Weekend Explorer- Weekend Explorer

Beneath the surface of Brooklyn's oldest and most exclusive neighborhood lurk the ghosts of a darker past.

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Wash U. Palin, Biden Love Song

After Dark, a Washington University student a cappella group specially composed the songs "I Have A Crush On Sarah Palin" and "I Have A Crush On Joe Biden" for the VP debate.

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Partisan Cookies Show Support

Washington University students have created a new way to poll around campus. They've been selling Biden and Palin cookies and keeping track of which candidate has the more popular confection.

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US election- rounding up the vote in Virginia

One unexpected battleground this year is the southern state of Virginia, which sprawls from the rural Appalachian Mountains in the southeast to traffic-choked suburbs near Washington in the north.

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AP- Palin wins debate on expectations

Under intense scrutiny, Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin stood her ground Thursday night against a vastly more experienced Joe Biden, debating the economy, energy and global warming, then challenging him on Iraq. (Oct. 3)

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Voters react to Biden-Palin faceoff

Voters across the country are weighing in following last night's vice presidential debate. (Oct. 3)

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Mayor Reads His Own Obit

Imagine waking up with your morning coffee and newspaper only to read that you had died. John Cowman, the very alive mayor of Leander, Texas found out just what it meant to be gone before his time. KEYE's Gregg Watson reports.

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VP Noms On Favorite Movies

Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin share their favorite movies with Katie Couric.

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Biden, Palin On Past VPs

Which U.S. vice presidents have impressed Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin? Katie Couric finds out.

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The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

Who a presidential candidate picks as his running mate and how well he or she handles the spotlight can influence the outcome of the election. Jeff Greenfield explains why.

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Cold Meds Under Fire, Again

The FDA is investigating whether cold and cough medicines are safe for children under age six. This comes after makers pulled meds for children two and under last year. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Fossett Wreckage Found

The wreckage of a plane belonging to famed adventurer Steve Fossett, who disappeared over year ago after taking off for a sightseeing trip, was found in the Sierra Nevadas. John Blackstone reports.

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Biden, Palin On Dick Cheney

Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin share their thoughts on the best and worst parts of current Vice President Dick Cheney's career. Katie Couric reports.

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House To Vote On Revised Bill

The House will vote on a revised bailout aimed at rescuing the country from the current financial crisis. The price tag has risen from $700 billion to more than $810 billion. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Biden's 'Bridge' Jab At Palin

CBS News RAW: During the sole official 2008 vice-presidential debate, Democratic running mate Joe Biden took a swipe at Republican rival Sarah Palin's infamous "Bridge To Nowhere" claims.

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Biden vs. Palin On Iraq

CBS News RAW: Vice-presidential rivals Joe Biden and Sarah Palin differed over the U.S.-led War in Iraq and over the positions of their respective running mates Barack Obama and John McCain.

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VP Noms On Financial Crisis

Sarah Palin and Joe Biden face off on the proposed bailout bill.

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V.P. Debate Q & A

Only On The Web: Katie Couric, Bob Schieffer and CBSNews.com senior political editor Vaughn Ververs answer questions from online CBS viewers about rivals Joe Biden and Sarah Palin.

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The Web Reacts To VP Debate

Only On The Web: Molly Wood, CNET Executive Editor and host of "The Buzz Report" takes a look at how liberal and conservative Web sites reacted to the VP debate.

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Schieffer Debate Commentary

Bob Schieffer spoke with Katie Couric about how well each of the candidates did during the VP debate.

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Uncommitted Voters

Only On The Web: CBS News conducted a poll of about 500 uncommitted voters around the country who watched the debate. Sharyl Attkisson has the results.

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Biden, Palin On Gay Rights

CBS News RAW: During the first and only official debate together, Vice-presidential candidates and rivals Joe Biden and Sarah Palin discussed various issues concerning gay rights and marriage.

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Say It Ain't So Joe

CBS News RAW: Sarah Palin jabs back in reaction to Biden's comments on the similarities between John McCain and President Bush.

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Giuliani Sounds Off On Debate

Only On The Web: Katie Couric spoke with Rudy Guiliani and got his take on how Sarah Palin did during the debate and felt she did "a great job."

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An artistic view of Barack Obama in Paris

Dorothy's gallery in Paris is hosting an exhibition of art dedicated entirely to US presidential candidate Barack Obama, featuring artists from both sides of the Atlantic.

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Undecided Unfazed After Debate

The debate performances of Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin did little to sway many undecided voters, reports Maggie Rodriguez.

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Political Punches, For Fun

The latest toys to roast presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain include a special "Rock'em Sock'em Robots." Maggie Rodriguez reports with political contributor Laura Schwartz.

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Hi-Tech Tummy Tucking Togs

Suze Yalof Schwartz from Glamour magazine recommends the latest in slimming undergarments for women of different shapes and sizes.

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Greg Kinnear, Acting 'Genius'

Flash of Genius is a new movie starring Greg Kinnear, who plays Robert Kearns, the inventor of the intermittent windshield wiper. Harry Smith talks to Kinnear about the role.

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Autism's Affect On Siblings

Siblings of autistic children can be left feeling lonely or left out of the picture. Now programs exist that teach siblings how to relate to their autistic brother or sister. Meg Oliver reports.

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Cars shine amidst economic gloom

The world's biggest car show has opened in Paris, but the razzmatazz was largely overshadowed by economic storm clouds looming over the industry.

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EU prepares response to financial crisis

The French presidency has called for a mini summit in Paris on Saturday between the leaders of Britain, France, Germany and Italy to agree on a European response to the global financial crisis. The meeting is likely to be difficult, as differences between the powers are emerging.

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VP Body Talk

Joe Navarro, author of "What Every Body Is Saying," explains to Harry Smith what Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin said to the public with their body language.

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Power Tool Barbecue

Maggie Rodriguez gets a power tool cooking lesson from Tom Coghill, chef and owner of Iron Barley restaurant.

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Giuliani Heaps Praise On Palin

Former Republican Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani spoke with Harry Smith and praised Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's performance at the vice presidential debate.

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Dems- Biden On His Game

N.Y. Sen. Charles Schumer spoke with Harry Smith and said Sen. Joe Biden did everything right by comparing Sen. John McCain to President George W. Bush.

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Fossett Found?

Traces of human remains were found at the aircraft wreckage site of missing aviator Steve Fossett. As John Blackstone reports, DNA tests will be done to determine if the remains are Fossett's.

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Beirut sniper hide to become memorial

A battle-scarred building in the centre of Beirut - once a shelter for snipers during the bloody civil war - is to be saved and turned into a memorial for future generations.

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Paris hosts best of pret-a-porter

A look back on a week in which some of the world's top designers flaunted next season's styles in the French capital.

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V.P. Debate Webcast, 10.02.08

Only On The Web: Katie Couric hosts an exclusive web show live from the first vice-presidential debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin, featuring politicans including Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson.

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Vice-Presidential Debate

In Full: Democratic running-mate Joe Biden and rival Republican Sarah Palin face off in their first and only official vice-presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.

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Undecided Voters On Debate

Undecided voters said Sen. Joe Biden did better in the debate than Gov. Sarah Palin, according to polls, in spite of what spin doctors and media are saying, reports Maggie Rodriguez.

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Spin Baby, Spin

Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen. Joe Biden survived the VP debate without major gaffes, reports Jeff Glor. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Dee Dee Myers and Dan Bartlett about which candidate won, if any.

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Rescue plan can't guarantee market stabilisation says economist

A 700-billion-dollar US rescue plan is a short term solution that cannot guarantee a stabilisation of the markets, according to a leading economist.

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Indian women keep wine flowing

Traditionally a nation of whisky drinkers, India is increasingly turning to wine. Breaking with taboo on consuming alcohol in public, young Indian women are fuelling the demand.

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Biden, Palin clash on finance crisis and Iraq

Vice presidential nominees Sarah Palin and Joe Biden Thursday disagreed sharply on the roots and the remedies of the US financial crisis at their crucial running mates' debate. About the war, Sarah Palin accused her Democratic rival Joseph Biden Thursday of waving a "white flag of surrender in Iraq".

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