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Monday, October 6, 2008

Wall Street's Black Boxes

Washington should require transparency in the murky world of financial firms, says David Weidner. (Oct. 7)

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McCain- Fact Check

McCain: Fact Check

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McCain: Fact Check

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Obama Widens Lead in Latest Poll

WSJ deputy Washington bureau chief Jacob Schlesinger talks about the latest WSJ/NBC poll which shows an Obama-Biden ticket leading McCain-Palin by a six point margin, 49% to 43%. (Oct. 6)

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McCain in Need of a Revival

Presidential candidate John McCain has fallen behind his opponent Barack Obama by six points according to a recent WSJ/NBC poll. WSJ's Executive Washington Editor Jerry Seib speaks about what McCain needs to do to turn this race around. (Oct. 7)

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Investor Glickenhaus on State of the Market

WSJ's E.S. Browning sits down with 94-year-old Seth Glickenhaus, one of the oldest investors on Wall Street to talk about the current market crisis, the economy and who he'll vote for in the upcoming presidential election. (Oct. 6)

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Snoopy Braves the Turbulent Skies

MetLife, the leader in annuities and life insurance, is nicely positioned for the graying of America. And its stock is cheap. (Oct. 6)

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Mike Allen's Politico Playbook

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Obama: Pay

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Obama: Pay

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Mike Allen's Politico Playbook

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Empty Gates, Terminals at Struggling Airports

Middle Seat columnist Scott McCartney reports from California's Ontario airport one of many airports across the country that are fast becoming lonely places to fly because of high operation costs. (Oct. 7)

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McCain: Biden

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McCain: Biden

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McCain: Rein

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McCain: Rein

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McCain: Celeb

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McCain: Celeb

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McCain: Celeb

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McCain: Dangerous

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McCain: Dangerous

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McCain- Original Maverick

McCain: Original Maverick

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McCain: Original Maverick

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McCain: Alaska Maverick

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McCain: Alaska Maverick

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Tips on Decision Making Strategies

Top CEOs have talked to Professor Noel Tichy about how to make good business decisions. With his new book, "Judgement," Tichy shares some of those experiences. He joins WSJ's Erin White to talk about his book and offer a few decision-making tips. (Oct. 6)

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McCain Education

McCain Education

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When is $700 Billion Not Enought?

Baron's Online Editor Randall W. Forsyth discusses current market crisis. Suggests interest rate cuts by the Fed and central banks are necessary. (Oct. 6)

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Rookie Johnson Notches First PGA Victory

The final round of the Turning Stone Resort Championship at the Atunyote Golf Club in Verona, NY saw 24-year-old rookie Dustin Johnson get his first career win on the PGA Tour. (Oct. 6)

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A Bailout-Market Disconnect

WSJ's Money and Investing editor Ken Brown talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the Dow Jones Industrial Average's sharp fall. He says there is a disconnect between the passing of the bailout bill last week and Monday's trading. (Oct. 6)

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Is the Market Ready to Bounce Back?

Barron's Michael Santoli discusses if the market is poised for a rebound and what signs to look for. (Oct. 6)

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MLL on SNL

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MLL on SNL

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Wachovia Legal Drama Still Unfolding

The proposed takeover of Wachovia has taken yet more turns. WSJ's legal affairs editor Ashby Jones walks us through the current situation and the events that unfolded over the weekend. (Oct. 6)

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A First-Quarter Market Bottom?

Monday's free fall shows that the markets are pricing in a recession, says David Berson, chief investment strategist of the PMI Group, who doesn't see the market bottoming until the first quarter of 2009. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 6)

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Thumbs Down on Bailout Plan

Barron's Bob O'Brien notes today's market free fall was triggered by the global equity markets' rejection of the bailout plan. (Oct. 6)

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Like Money in the Bank

Barron's looks at big U.S. companies with little debt, decent earnings, healthy profits and good cash flow. (Oct. 6)

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Deconstruction Zone - Negative Tone - October 6

Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen discuss how Keating Five and Bill Ayers are dominating the campaign trail on Monday morning.

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Dow Drops Below 10,000

The Dow plunges, hitting a number we haven't seen in years. This as the government bank bailouts in the U.S. and Europe fail to calm financial fears across the globe. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 6)

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What's Driving the Dow's Fall

The Dow Jones Industrial Average falls below 10000 as financial turmoil in Europe heightens. WSJ's David Gaffen parses the reasons behind the drop and how soon we can see the effects of the recently passed bailout bill. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Oct. 6)

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Campaigns Dredge Up Old Ties

Both the campaigns of presidential candidates Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama dredge up old associations in new political ads, including McCain's tie to the savings-and-loans crisis of the 1980s and Obama's tie to 1960s-era radical Bill Ayers. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 6)

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Tina Fey as Palin: Take 3

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Tina Fey as Palin: Take 3

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Hot Stocks Report- Metals

The Philadelphia Gold and Silver Index tries to eke out a small gain in early action Monday, as metals stocks attempt to shine despite the big drop in the broad market. (Oct. 6)

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The Fed's Latest Moves and What it Means

WSJ's economics editor David Wessel parses the latest moves by the Federal Reserve to deal with the ongoing credit crisis. One innovative initiative, he says, includes paying interest on commercial banks' reserves. (Oct. 6)

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Kotecki- 10/06/08

The candidates take it easy, John McCain is back on his heels, Sarah Palin heads to Nebraska, and a viewer chimes in.

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The candidates take it easy, John McCain is back on his heels, Sarah Palin heads to Nebraska, and a viewer chimes in.

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Border Threat or Bridge to Past

Texas rancher Bill Addington refuses to dismantle an informal and illegal crossing that leads into Mexico. While Mr. Addington calls it a symbol of a bygone era, the Department of Homeland Security wants southern borders secured. (Oct. 6)

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Media Web Minute- Billion-Dollar Lessons

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman recommends the new book by Paul Carroll titled "Billion Dollar Lessons," which chronicles the flawed and failed strategies of media companies. (Oct. 6)

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This Week in Washington- October 6, 2008

Brian Darling, a Capitol Hill insider for more than 10 years and director of U.S. Senate relations at The Heritage Foundation, previews some major weekly events in Washington this week.

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Jacques Brel remembered 30 years after singer's death

Thirty years ago this week, the legendary Belgian singer Jacques Brel died from lung cancer. But for much of the world, he is still one of the biggest names in music, an inspiration for artists as diverse as Frank Sinatra, David Bowie and Marc Almond.

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Planet mammals face mass extinction

Half of the world�s mammals are declining in population and many are at risk of extinction. That�s according to the �Red List?, the world�s most respected scientific listing of endangered species which was unveiled on Monday at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)�s World Conservation Congress in Barcelona.

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Newton-John On Breast Cancer

Olivia Newton-John, a breast cancer survivor, is raising money for awareness in her home country of Australia with a new album. Maggie Rodriguez talks to her about the campaign.

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Alternative Investors Strike A Chord

Classical instruments with multimillion dollar price tags are being bought by investors as alternative assets. Struggling musicians are also benefiting, reports Amy Guttman.

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Hathaway On "Getting Married"

Actress Anne Hathaway talks about her new film "Rachel Getting Married" and the Oscar buzz around her performance. Harry Smith reports.

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Laws Against Hate Crimes

College student Matthew Shepard was beat to death 10 years ago for being gay. Since then there have been outcries for tougher laws, but how much progress has been made? Thalia Assuras reports.

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Supreme Court Back In Session

The Supreme Court is back in session and is becoming a hot button issue this election year. With five justices over 70, the new president may have to select a new justice. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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O.J. Simpson Jurors Speak

Critics of the verdict in O.J.'s convictions for kidnapping and armed robbery say that race was a factor, reports Bill Whitaker. Julie Chen talks to Thomas Riccio, who was involved in the incident.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports financial markets are still uncertain following the bailout; and analysts are predicting one of the worst holiday shopping seasons in decades.

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Goldmans On Simpson Verdict

The father and sister of Ron Goldman, who O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of murdering thirteen years ago, react to Simpson's guilty verdict in a kidnapping and robbery case.

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Xmas Shopping Slump Expected

Consumers are limiting spending, prompting analysts to predict one of the worst holiday shopping seasons in years, reports Bianca Solorzano.

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Mother Drops Toddler 40 Feet

Caught On Tape: A terrifying accident on a carnival ride near Daytona, Florida forced one mother to drop her toddler 40 feet to safety. The incident was caught on tape. Julie Chen reports.

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A peek at the largest optical telescope in the world

For ten years, the Cerro Paranal observatory in the Atacama desert at the north end of Chile has been gazing up at the stars. This European observatory boasts the most advanced technology: four telescopes with 8-meter diameters that are collectively known as the VLT, or "Very Large Telescope." In 2009 they will inaugurate their newest telescope, the Vista.

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Notebook- Market

The hope was that stock market prices would stabilize after the passing of the revised bailout bill, but since then the Dow has lost more than 500 points. Katie Couric has more.

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Wall Street's Shadow Market

Steve Kroft looks at some of the arcane Wall Street financial instruments that have magnified the economic crisis.

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Race Rundown- Spotlight on Indiana

The presidential race is heating up in the battleground state of Indiana. The AP's Julie Pace explains how the candidates are attempting to attract voters. (Oct. 6)

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The hat goes round once more for European banks

A second round of bailouts for Fortis and Hypo Real Estate bank highlights the fragility of Europe's financial institutions in the face of a US-bred international financial crisis.

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College Admission Harder Now

Kristen Campbell from Kaplan Test Prep explains to Dave Price why college admission is more complicated.

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Dave Price Returns To Cornell

Going back to campus 25 years later, Dave Price gets an education from the class of 2012.

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Madonna Kicks Off U.S Tour

CBS News RAW: Pop icon, Madonna kicked off the U.S. leg of her "Sticky & Sweet" world tour with a sold out show at the Izod Center in New Jersey.

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AP First Person- Energy and the Election

Voters now rank energy as one of the most important issues they're concerned about in the upcoming presidential election. Associated Press reporter Dina Cappiello breaks down what voters should be asking the candidates about energy. (Oct. 6)

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Big Issue- Energy crisis hits home

Voters say energy is one of the big issues they're concerned about in the upcoming presidential election. Dana Bolyard is one of those voters. She's hoping the small steps she takes to reduce her energy consumption will make a big difference. (Oct. 6)

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McCain Gets Set To Strike

As his poll numbers continue to slide against rival presidential candidate Barack Obama, Republican John McCain is preparing to unveil more aggressive tactics. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Obama, McCain On The Attack

With only a month to Election Day, both presidential campaigns are accusing the other of ties to questionable characters, reports Chip Reid. Harry Smith talks to advisers from both campaigns.

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Bailouts Go Global

Efforts to coordinate worldwide economic relief seem to be going unnoticed, reports Richard Roth as European countries react separately to stabilize their nation's banks.

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Congo chimps struggle to survive

The Bonobo, or pygmy chimpanzee, has been driven to the edge of extinction by hunting and habitat loss. Only a few thousand now remain, living in a pocket of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Planet mammals face mass extinction

Earth's animal and plant species are vanishing at unprecedented rates, evidence that the planet is facing a tsunami of mass extinction. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is releasing Monday the famous "Red List."

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The man who played accordion for Jacques Brel

Jean Corti, who was the accordion player of Jacques Brel for years, remembers the singer-songwriter legend and plays some of his music.

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Hong Kong stocks slide as fears for global economy take hold

Shares on the Hong Kong stock market are sliding in value along with markets worldwide as worries about the global economy and anxieties over the Wall Street bailout package take hold.

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Japan's Economy Mimics U.S.

Japan is the world's second largest economy, but it lives on exports, many to the U.S. With consumer confidence in the U.S. at a low point, Japanese companies are hurting. Barry Peterson reports.

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Obama And Gay Marriage

Those who oppose same sex unions are counting on the record number of African-American voters supporting Barack Obama to help them ban gay marriage in Calif. John Blackstone reports.

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We're In The Money

Barack Obama's presidential campaign has made more money in campaign funds than any other presidential candidate in American history. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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Financial Trouble Ahead

Experts predict that although the House has finally passed the bailout bill, the credit freeze is expected to last another 4-6 weeks. Priya David reports.

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The Trail Gets Ugly

As John McCain and Barack Obama prepare for their debate in Nashville, it's clear that both campaigns are going on the offensive. Chip Reid has more.

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Running On Empty

Between increasing gas prices, the credit freeze, and the financial crisis, America's automobile dealers are relying heavily on the bailout bill to save their businesses. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Face The Nation, 10.05.08

Sen. Diane Feinstein and others talk about Sarah Palin. The New York Times' David Brooks sits down for a "Campaign Quick Check." And Bob Schieffer comments on the bailout bill.

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