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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Dead Weight

America's financial institutions are being dragged down by its own excess, says Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger. (Oct. 9)

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TV Ad- All Too Familiar




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Mossberg on Dell's Remote Access Service

Dell may be synonymous with hardware, but the personal computer company will now be providing a new software product called Dell Remote Access. As WSJ's Walt Mossberg explains, the subscription-based service allows users to access their desktop files while on the road. (Oct. 9)

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London's Chelsea A Bit Wobbly

Even the swankiest neighborhood in London is seeing house prices suffer, down 10% to 25%. Aude Lagorce reports. (Oct. 8)

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Slowdown Hits Silicon Valley

The economic slowdown has arrived in Silicon Valley and experts say it could be bad. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 8)

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Rate Cuts Will Hurt, Not Help

Will the Federal Reserve's move to cut interest rates help solve the current financial crisis? Not a chance, and savers will get hurt in the process, says MarketWatch Senior Columnist Chuck Jaffe.

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The Worst Debate Ever

Politico's Jim VandeHei on why Tuesday's debate was the worst ever

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The Worst Debate Ever

Politico's Jim VandeHei on why Tuesday's debate was the worst ever

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Springsteen Philadelphia Rally

Bruce Springsteen gives a free concert October 4th in support of Obama's bid for president.

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Springsteen Philadelphia Rally

Bruce Springsteen gives a free concert October 4th in support of Obama's bid for president.

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McCain vs. Obama

Assistant editorial page editor James Freeman breaks down the debate. (Oct. 8)

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Only Bare Necessities for Pet Lovers

Barron's Johanna Bennett says that pet lovers are tightening their belts when it comes to spending for their beloved pets. Companies that cater to pets, whether it be toys and food to veterinary care, are feeling the pinch. (Oct. 8)

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Russia Leaves Georgian Buffer Zone

Georgia says that Russian troops have withdrawn from the buffer zone outside the breakaway region of South Ossetia. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 8)

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IMF Praises Rate Cuts

Olivier Blanchard, a top economist with the International Monetary Fund, praised a series of interest rate cuts but said more cuts may be needed. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 8)

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Obama- Taketh

Obama: Taketh

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Obama: Keating

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McCain- Broken

McCain: Broken

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McCain: Broken

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Stocks Today- How Low Can It Get?

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about the record-setting declines of the Dow and the S&P. over the course of a full decade, the market is now giving negative returns. (Oct. 8)

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Backyard Wind Power

What does it take to install a 700-pound windmill in your backyard? We turned to Robin Wilson in San Francisco, who installed the city's first 45-foot windmill in her yard. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 8.)

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September Sales Data Foreshadow Tough Holiday

Foreshadowing what may be a grim holiday selling period, initial results from U.S. retailers showed disappointing September sales. Andria Cheng reports. (Oct. 8)

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At Business Schools, Nerves and Opportunity

As our economic crisis worsens, most MBA students worry about jobs while their professors see a learning opportunity. But some students tell Ben Pimentel they're sticking with finance no matter what. (Oct. 8)

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Chicago Blackhawks Looking to Win

The Chicago Blackhawks are the ignominious owners of the longest championship drought in the NHL. But as team president John McDonough says, the team is poised to winning, both on the ice and off of it. WSJ's Bryan Gruley reports. (Oct. 8)

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Voices from the street

(Boston Globe) People in downtown Boston give their opinion of Tuesday night's presidential debate. (By Cristian Hernandez, produced by Mark Micheli)

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Voices from the street

(Boston Globe) People in downtown Boston give their opinion of Tuesday night's presidential debate. (By Cristian Hernandez, produced by Mark Micheli)

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Cleaner, Quieter...New Face of Diesel?

After being shunned for years in the U.S. diesels are back with cleaner engines. WSJ's David Patton speaks to Dr. Johannes-Joerg Rueger of Bosch, a supplier of diesel engine technology to auto makers (Oct. 8)

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Regulators Take Aggressive Action

The Federal Reserve and major central banks cut rates in an effort to stem the global financial crisis. Michelle Girard, senior economist at RBS Greenwich Capital, says regulators are actively trying to combat the crisis. (Oct. 8)

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Gordon Brown Defends U.K. Bank Bailout

U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown defended his government's bailout of commercial banks, saying it was important that the country's financial system be "strong and secure," in this video from Reuters. (Oct. 8)

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Kotecki- 10/08/08

America painfully endures another Presidential debate.

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Kotecki- 10/08/08

America painfully endures another Presidential debate.

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Central Banks in Global Show of Force

Central banks around the world acted in concert Monday, hoping a half-percentage-point rate cut would restore confidence to battered markets, WSJ's David Wessel reports. (Oct. 8)

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Closing Statement



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Tips to Finding Cheaper Airfare

WSJ's Matt Phillips sits down with George Hobica founder of airfarewatchdog.com to talk about deals that airline travelers can take advantage of. As Hobica explains, despite the myriad problems plaguing the airline industry, there are bargains to be had. (Oct. 8)

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Business- Europe in Turmoil

Marcus Mabry, The Times's international business editor, discusses how the financial crisis has spread to Europe.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Cristoforous reports on the stock market's biggest tumble since 2004; Lehman Brothers corruption and the legal battle over Wachovia.

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Euro Market Meltdown

With British stocks hitting a 4 year low, Russian stocks falling almost 20 percent, and markets in France reaching historic lows, the U.S. financial crisis is becoming global. Richard Roth reports.

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Candidates On Small Businesses

How would the health care and tax plans of Barack Obama and John McCain affect small business owners? Sandra Hughes looks at where they stand.

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Coping With The Crisis

A new study shows that 80 percent of Americans cite the economy as a major stressor. Ben Tracy reports on how best to cope with the financial crisis.

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Campaign '08- True Or False?

Would John McCain slash Social Security by half as the Obama camp claims? Is Sarah Palin correct when she says Barack Obama raised taxes 94 times? Wyatt Andrews reports.

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I'm Not A Baby!

Scientists say that the older we get the more we are likely to be spoken to like children. Nancy Cordes explains why.

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Fed To Lend To Big Business

The Federal Reserve will try to thaw the frozen credit market by making short-term loans directly to big business. Anthony Mason reports on the unprecedented move.

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AIG CEOs Under Fire

In what could lead to another crippling blow to the Wall Street's image, Katie Couric examines Congressional hearings involving the alleged corrupt practices of former AIG CEOs.

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Will The Economy Get Worse?

John McCain and Barack Obama respond to the question, "Will the economy get worse before it gets better?"

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The Cost Of Entitlements

Barack Obama finds that the "Straight Talk Express" has lost a wheel and John McCain believes in standing up to party leaders when it comes to reforming social security and health care.

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Obama, McCain Climate Clash

CBS News RAW: During a town-hall style presidential debate, rival candidates Barack Obama and John McCain argued over issues concerning energy production and the future of the environment.

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Return Of The Evil Empire?

During the 2nd presidential debate Barack Obama and John McCain answer the yes or no question, "Is Russia under Vladimir Putin an Evil Empire?"

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Candidates Spar On Health Care

CBS News RAW: Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama disputed over the future of health care coverage in the United States during a town-hall style presidential debate.

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Hong Kong share prices open down 5.1 percent

Hong Kong share prices opened down 5.1 percent as worries deepened about the worsening global financial crisis. Images of the opening of the Hong Kong stock exchange.

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Notebook- Undecided Voters

A CBS poll found that 72 percent of undecided voters were not swayed by the second presidential debate. Katie Couric comments on what voters need to hear to make up their minds.

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World Markets Slash Rates

Interest rates have been reduced dramatically across many major financial markets, as authorities scramble to halt a potentially devastating economic disaster. Charlie D'Agata reports from London.

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Car Chase Ends In Crash

Caught On Tape: A white truck under heavy police pursuit lost control and crashed on a highway in Glendale, Calif. The driver then led police on a foot chase that ended in an arrest.

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Pushing Monaco out into the sea

Monaco will soon be getting bigger. Whether the sea extension planned by the principality takes the form of a cape or of a peninsula remains to be decided. And price could be as important a factor as quality.

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First Lady Talks Breast Cancer

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with First Lady Laura Bush about the economy, her family's history of breast cancer and her crusade for breast cancer awareness.

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Harry Smith Goes Country

The Early Show anchor, now singer, Harry Smith makes sweet music from hot politics in Nashville's famed music row.

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Post-Debate Analysis

Julie Chen spoke with CBS analysts Dee Dee Myers and Dan Bartlett about each candidate's performance in the second presidential debate.

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Skydiving Mt. Everest

Holly Budge became the first woman to skydive over Mt. Everest. She told Maggie Rodriguez about the jump which cost $24,000.

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Heritage's JD Foster Explains the Credit Crisis

JD Foster, the Norman B. Ture Senior Fellow in the Economics of Fiscal Policy at The Heritage Foundation, explains what led to the credit crisis and why it cannot be ignored.

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Investors protest Lehman-bond mis-selling

Hong Kong investors demand the repayment of investmetns linked to failed US bank Lehman Brothers. Many of them are retired, and have lost their life savings.

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Facing up to financial crisis

The global financial turmoil continues to rock markets. Governments are scrambling to find a solution to the chaos, but so far nothing seems to stick. A round-up of what's being done to try to tackle the world's worst financial crisis in decades.

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Troops on Thai streets as protest leaders vow to fight on

A day after violent clashes in Bangkok anti-government protestors warn they will continue their demonstrations and occupation of government house.

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Biden Jokes About Debates

CBS News RAW: Sen. Joe Biden joked about the vice presidential and presidential debates at a rally in Tampa, Fla. Biden said "if this was the best of 5 series, it'd be over."

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Forget Tupperware, Go Gold

In a shaky market, gold is often a good investment, so neighborhoods everywhere are throwing gold parties and everyone makes money, reports Michelle Gielan.

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Amateur Video Of Nepal Crash

Caught On Tape: A small plane caught fire as it attempted to land at a tiny mountain airport near Mount Everest in Nepal. Only one of the Nepalese pilots survived the crash. Eighteen people were killed.

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Guy Richie On RocknRolla Film

London Correspondent Sheila MacVicar sat down with director Guy Richie to discuss his new film RocknRolla as well as his upcoming big-screen adaptation of Sherlock Holmes.

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Bargain Kitchen Finds

Chris Kimball from Cook's Illustrated magazine shows Harry Smith several kitchen items that can be bought for under $50.

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Red State Blue State Blues

Harry Smith channeled his political passion into a country song, "Red State Blue State Blues," recorded as a duet with singer Sarah Darling in Nashville, Tenn.

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Turmoil hits Middle Eastern markets

Western markets aren't the only ones to feel the crunch of the global financial crisis -- Middle Eastern stock exchanges have been hit hard, starting with Egypt and Saudi Arabia. While countries like Kuwait or Lebanon are relatively spared, investors in the region are starting to lose confidence.

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Sen. McCaskill On Obama

Only On The Web: Sen. Claire McCaskill offers her take on how Barack Obama did during the presidential debate.

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The Web Sounds Off

Only On The Web: CBSNews.com's Tony Maciulis offers questions from the Internet on the candidates and their 2nd debate.

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Voter Registration Fraud Raid

CBS News RAW: Nev. investigators raided the state headquarters of ACORN, an organization that advocates for low and moderate income families, on suspicion of voter registration fraud.

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Schieffer On Bailout Vote

Only On The Web: Bob Schieffer responds to an audience question on why both candidates voted for the revised bailout bill.

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Sen. Graham Weighs In

Only On The Web: Sen. Lindsey Graham speaks with Katie Couric about the presidential debate and his thoughts on how well John McCain performed.

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Debate Webcast, 10.07.08

Only On The Web: Katie Couric hosts an exclusive online presidential debate post-show, featuring Sen. Claire McCaskill, Sen. Lindsey Graham, fmr. White House press secretary Dee Dee Myers, and more!

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Undecided Voters Speak

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with undecided voters from various swing states to see how the candidates did and if the 2nd debate changed their minds.

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Angrier McCain fails to rattle Obama

Jabbing his finger and spitting out "that one" instead of naming Barack Obama, John McCain showed an angry side at Tuesday's presidential debate but analysts said it may be too little, too late for the Republican.

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U.K. Banks Get Bailout

The hint of a Fed rate cut did nothing to stop the pain in U.S. markets while the U.K. decided to bailout its banks, reports Richard Roth. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Fox Business News' Alexis Glick.

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Was There A Knockout?

Both Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain threw punch after punch at the second presidential debate. They often went over time in addressing the economy and foreign policy.

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Biden Bashes McCain

Harry Smith talked with Sen. Joe Biden about Sen. Barack Obama's performance in the second presidential debate against Sen. John McCain as well as the state of the struggling economy.

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Presidential Debate, 10.07.08

In Full: Tom Brokaw moderates the second official presidential debate between John McCain and Barack Obama in a town-hall style format at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn.

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Going geothermal in Kenya

With Kenya's energy supply capacity dangerously close to its limit, the country is embracing geothermal energy - a green alternative to fossil fuel and which is allow the East African nation to preserve its rich environmental heritage.

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A Look At The Second Presidential Debate

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer discusses the second presidential debate and takes a look at how the candidates fared.

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