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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

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Colbert's Town Hall

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Debate- Reforming U.S. Health Care

The presidential candidates outlined their views on reforming health care in America, with Barack Obama calling for strengthening the current mixed public-private system and John McCain calling for less regulation and tax credits for private coverage that would replace job-based coverage. (Oct. 8)

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The ultimate McCain-ism

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The ultimate McCain-ism

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Debate- Dealing with the Economic Crisis

At the second of three debates, presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama sparred about the policies that led to financial crisis on Wall Street and the mortgage mess.

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Analysis- Debate Centers on the Economy

WSJ's Executive Washington Editor Jerry Seib watched the debate and saw a quite difference from the first one held just 11 days ago. While Obama focused on the economy, McCain focused on Obama. (Oct. 8)

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The Pundits React- Round 2

The Pundits React: Round 2

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Jetta TDI Offers Clean Diesel, Fuel Economy and Power

WSJ's David Patton reviews Volkswagen's Jetta TDI, its turbocharged direct injection diesel engine. Part of a new generation of clean diesels, he says the Jetta TDI offers great fuel economy, and is surprisingly powerful. (Oct. 10)

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Shot at Biden?

Is McCain taking a shot at Biden?

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Best of Brokaw - Debate

Best of Tom Brokaw from the second presidential debate.

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Obama - What do you NOT know?

What do you NOT know, and how do you plan to learn it?

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McCain - What do you NOT know?

What do you NOT know, and how do you plan to learn it?

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Russia - Evil Empire?

Russia - Evil Empire?

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Obama hits McCain on 'bomb Iran' song

Obama hits McCain on 'bomb Iran' song

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Candidates on Judgment

Candidates on Judgment

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That One

McCain on the Goodie Bill, refers to Obama as "that one"

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McCain and Obama on Leadership

Candidates discuss how how they will prioritize issues and missed leadership opportunities.

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McCain and Obama on Leadership

Candidates discuss how how they will prioritize issues and missed leadership opportunities.

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VandeHei on the debate

Politico's Jim VandeHei analyzes the second presidential debate

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VandeHei on the debate

Politico's Jim VandeHei analyzes the second presidential debate

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VandeHei on the debate

Politico's Jim VandeHei analyzes the second presidential debate

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Obama on Energy

Obama on Energy

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A $3 million projector?

McCain unveils a new pork-barrel project to be condemned: A $3 million Chicago projector

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A $3 million projector?

McCain unveils a new pork-barrel project to be condemned: A $3 million Chicago projector

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Can we trust either of you?

A voter asks if either party can be trusted with taxpayer money,

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Can we trust either of you?

A voter asks if either party can be trusted with taxpayer money,

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Obama and McCain on the bailout

McCain and Obama respond to a voter's question about what the bailout will accomplish.

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Obama and McCain on the bailout

McCain and Obama respond to a voter's question about what the bailout will accomplish.

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Who's your Treasury secretary?

Who's your Treasury secretary?

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McCain on Economy

McCain on Economy

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Obama on Economy

Obama on Economy

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Roundtable on the Stock Market Crisis

WSJ's Deputy Managing Editor Alan Murray, Barron's Online Stocks Editor Bob O'Brien and MarketWatch's Editor-in-Chief David Callaway get together to analyze the stock market crisis. (Oct. 7)

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Bonus Analysis - Oct. 7

An exclusive interview with Joe Sixpak, Mr. ordinary voter.

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Will Crisis Unravel Euro Unity?

The spreading credit crisis poses the most significant challenge to date for Europe's financial markets. David Marsh, a MarketWatch columnist and chairman of London and Oxford Capital Markets, comments in an interview with Greg Morcroft, MarketWatch's financials editor. (Oct. 7)

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Trouble Brewing

Weather conditions and growing demand for small craft brews are causing a major shortage of hops and driving up prices. MarketWatch's Paul Lin talks to Vermont brewers about what it means for the industry.

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McCain- Troop Funding

McCain: Troop Funding

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McCain- Troop Funding

McCain: Troop Funding

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What's the Best Way Out of Here?

Barron's Clare McKeen says third-quarter mutual fund returns were miserable. Experts expect recovery to be slow and painful. (Oct. 7)

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Obama- Pocket

Obama: Pocket

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Obama- Pocket

Obama: Pocket

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Wall Streeters Brace for Job Hunt

A starkly revamped landscape on Wall Street is forcing financial professionals to rethink their career paths and do some soul-searching about the realities of the job market. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Oct. 7)

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Bush Talks Bailout and Beyond

Trying to calm fears after steep stock market declines, U.S. President George W. Bush said while times were tough now, the U.S. economy would recover in the long term. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 7)

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When Will Crisis Be Over?

You know we're in trouble when you have to chase down a slew of economists meeting at a Washington hotel. Rex Nutting reports. (Oct. 7)

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Bernanke- Outlook for Economic Growth Worsens

Amid the troubled economic environment, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the central bank will need to consider whether the "current stance of policy remains appropriate." Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 7)

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Oil Price Drop Reflects Global Credit Crisis

Gas prices fall to an average of $3.50 per gallon, well below a record $4.11 in July. Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading Corp. tells WSJ's Adam Najberg prices could come down even further and also discusses the forces behind its price spike earlier this year. (Oct. 7)

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Opportunities in Emerging Markets

Emerging markets were hit hard in the global sell-off, so they could offer some opportunities for long-term investors, according to Alec Young, international equity strategist at S&P. (Oct. 7)

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McCain, Obama Ready for Town-Hall Debate

Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama readied for their second presidential debate -- this time in Nashville, Tenn. According to Washington Deputy Bureau Chief Jake Schlesinger, Sen. McCain may run into problems with the town-hall style format. (Oct. 7)

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Fed Sets Up New Facility to Boost Liquidity

Dow Jones Newswires special writer Brian Blackstone gives insight on why the Federal Reserve is creating a new commercial paper funding facility, which will help boost liquidity and businesses. (Oct. 7)

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Lou Barletta for Congress campaign ad

Recent polls show Mayor Lou Barletta increasing his lead and Paul Kanjorski's negatives reaching all-time highs while his re-elect numbers reach new depths.

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Obama Spanish ad

New Obama TV ad, Oct. 7, 2008

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Just the Issues Please, Hold Mudslinging

All eyes turn to Nashville for the second of three presidential debates. There are high hopes that John McCain and Barack Obama can put aside mudslinging long enough to outline their plans to fix the rocky economy. Courtesy Fox News. (Oct. 7)

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Financials Reverse Course

After an early bounce, sector stocks bounce off highs and trade lower, driven down by Bank of America and Morgan Stanley. Greg Morcroft reports. (Oct. 7)

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Kotecki- 10/07/08

I get some interns, North Carolina becomes important, John McCain needs to do something bold at tonight�s debate.

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Kotecki- 10/07/08

I get some interns, North Carolina becomes important, John McCain needs to do something bold at tonight's debate.

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Boss Talk- IAC's Barry Diller

Barry Diller compares his days at Fox and Paramount to his post as CEO at IAC. (Oct. 7)

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A Buying Frenzy in Gold

As the economy is in turmoil, investors are buying more and more gold. MarketWatch's Kelsey Hubbard dissects this buying frenzy with Tom Winmill, portfolio manager of the Midas Fund. (Oct. 7)

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Sobriety Test

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YouTube and the Debate

Join the post-debate conversation on YouTube.

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YouTube and the Debate

Join the post-debate conversation on YouTube.

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YouTube and the Debate

Join the post-debate conversation on YouTube.

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Financial Planners Offer Little Solace

Anxious about your investments? You're surely not alone. But the answers given by advisors at a financial-planning convention in Boston aren't very satisfying to a consumer looking for some relief. Chuck Jaffe reports. (Oct. 7)

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10 Questions for the Presidential Debate




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Business- Fannie Mae and the Finanical Crisis

How Fannie Mae's problems helped lead to the country's financial crisis.

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Palin On Couric Interview

Gov. Sarah Palin reacted to comments about her less than favorable interview with CBS' Katie Couric at a rally in Clearwater, Fla. Palin said that she was "a little bit impatient and a little bit annoyed" with the questions.

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Palin On Obama-Ayers Ties

Vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin attacked Barack Obama's ties to the controversial Bill Ayers. Palin said that Obama has been "less than truthful" about the nature of their relationship.

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MoneyWatch

Another freefall for the Dow makes five consecutive days of loses for the markets. Kathryn Brown reports.

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Notebook- Presidential Debate

During the presidential debate it is important for both candidates to tell the American people what they plan on doing to fix the economy. Katie Couric explains why.

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New Breast Exam Advances

In this latest installment of "HealthWatch," Dr. Mallika Marshall reports on the newest technological developments which have granted more and more hospitals with advanced mammogram technology.

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Woman Pulled From Burning Car

Caught On Tape: Indianapolis Metro Police pulled a 27-year-old woman from a burning car moments before it exploded. The woman is in fair condition with third degree burns.

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Leading Ladies Honored By Elle

Elle magazine held its annual dinner celebrating women of the silver screen. KCAL 9's Christina McLarty reports on a glamorous night for some of Hollywood's most famous ladies.

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Tear Gas Thrown At Thai Protesters

Thai riot police clashed with thousands of protesters who vowed to block the government from leaving Parliament. The unrest was the latest twist in a political crisis that has gripped Thailand for six weeks.

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Skinny Dipper Runs From Police

Caught On Tape: A middle-aged, Western man went skinny dipping in the moat surrounding Japan's Imperial Palace. Police apprehended the man after a crowd-attracting showdown.

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Penny Pinching Q&A

Financial experts Ray Martin and Jennifer Openshaw answer viewer questions about what to do with their money in the current struggling economy.

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Debate Behind The Scenes

The forum for Tennessee's first presidential debate is explained to "Early Show" contributor Laura Schwartz by Robert Fisher, Ph.D, president of Belmont University.

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Skeletons on the move in Toulouse

The Natural History Museum in Toulouse is putting skeletons in motion, offering an innovative new look at the mammal world.

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Lesson From The "Biscuit Lady"

Harry Smith gets his hands dirty during a very secretive biscuits and gravy cooking lesson from "biscuit lady" Carol Fay from Loveless Caf .

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Capitol Bob At Grand Ole Opry

Face The Nation's Bob Schieffer sang with Trisha Yearwood and Brad Paisley at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry. He talked to Harry Smith about his debut.

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Presidential Movies

Julie Chen chats with People Magazine's Jess Cagle about his top picks of films depicting American presidents.

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Advice For Small Businesses

Talk show host Dave Ramsey shares tips for small businesses and the recently laid off on how to squeeze by during tight financial times.

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Small Businesses In Crisis

A San Francisco business is forced to lay off some workers in order to make payroll, just one of many across the U.S., reports John Blackstone.

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Felicity Huffman, Pet Advocate

Actress Felicity Huffman talks with Julie Chen to promote pet adoptions. One quarter of all pets up for adoption are pure breeds. Huffman recently adopted a dog and rabbit.

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Poland joins the winemakers

Poland, a traditional and renowned vodka producer, is now turning to wine-making following a change in its law facilitating the move.

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One dead, hundreds injured in Thai anti-government protests

Anti-government protests left at least one dead and hundreds injured as months of political turmoil boiled over, with troops deployed across Bangkok to quell the demonstrations.

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How Picasso used the great masters

A major Paris exhibition, opening Wednesday, explores the influence that great masters such as Manet, Delacroix, Renoir, Velasquez, Titian and van Gogh had on the work of Picasso.

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Monkey See, Monkey Waits Tables

CBS News RAW: Two monkeys make up the wait staff at a restaurant in Japan. One hands out warm towels while the other brings out drinks. They take soybeans for tips.

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EU ministers battle to shield savers from financial firestorm

The European Union battled Tuesday to protect people's savings by more than doubling deposit guarantees to at least 50,000 euros, taking joint action against the global financial firestorm for the first time.

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Financial News Raises Stress

A recent study shows more men and women are feeling personal stress due to the economy. Julie Chen talks to Katherine Nordal from the American Psychological Association.

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Smear Campaign

In the days leading up to the second presidential debate, Sen. John McCain labeled Sen. Barack Obama a "mystery" man, while Obama called McCain "out of touch." Jeff Glor reports.

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A Lot Of Candles On The Cake

CBS News Raw: 75,000 people celebrated Pittsburgh's 250th anniversary. The festivities were marked by live entertainment and the largest fireworks display in the city's history.

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Tyler Perry Studio Opening

Tyler Perry is making history as the first African-American film producer to own a major television and movie studio. Perry held a gala for the opening in Atlanta. WGCL's Corrina Allen has more.

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Iraq Bomb Victim Comes To U.S.

An Iraqi boy and his father have come to the Ronald McDonald House in Portland, Ore. where the boy is recovering from surgery after being hit by shrapnel from a U.S. missile in Falluja. KOIN's Alexis Del Cid reports.

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It's Always Sunny In Florida?

Both Democrats and Republicans have inundated Florida with hundreds of thousands of new voter registration applications. But many worry those votes could be thrown out. Kelly Cobiella explains why.

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The Flu-Staph Connection

New findings show that deadly Staph infections are on the rise in children with the flu. As Dr. Jon LaPook reports, the number of cases increased by six times in the last two years.

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Man's Best Friend

As one soldier deals with the trauma of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, he's finding the treatment he needs from an unlikely source. Richard Schlesinger has more.

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Character Attacks

As most polls show Barack Obama winning the first presidential debate, what changes will John McCain make to give himself the edge and will it work? Jeff Greenfield has more.

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Chaos On Wall Street

Although the markets were able to slightly stabilize, the Dow still closed below 10,000 points for the first time in nearly four years. Anthony Mason reports.

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From Policy To Personality

As most polls show Barack Obama in the lead, John McCain is shifting his attacks from policy to personality. For Obama, his weapon of choice is Sarah Palin. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Lehman Brothers Probed

Congress questioned Lehman Brothers chief executive Richard Fuld on suspicious executive bonuses handed out late into the company's downward spiral. Bob Orr reports.

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