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Thursday, October 9, 2008

As Crisis Grows, Driven by Impulse

The Times's business reporter, Alex Berenson, discusses the tendency in periods of crisis for investors to be driven impulse.

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Webcam Trail Mix- Obama's Happy Days

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says that in the face of a crushing financial crisis, Barack Obama says a vote for him will bring a return to happy days. Hey, it worked for FDR and Reagan.

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Dow Hits Seventh Straight Loss

WSJ reporter Peter McKay speaks about the on-going crisis on Wall Street as the Dow hit its seventh straight loss. (Oct. 9)

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Webcam Trail Mix- Obama's Happy Days

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says that in the face of a crushing financial crisis, Barack Obama says a vote for him will bring a return to happy days. Hey, it worked for FDR and Reagan.

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'A Man for All Seasons'

Theater critic Terry Teachout reviews "A Man for All Seasons," which makes a return to Broadway for the first time since 1963. With actor Frank Langella starring, Teachout calls the play an "excellent revival." (Oct. 10)

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Scene from 'Rocknrolla'

Watch a scene from the film "Rocknrolla." Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures. (Oct. 10)

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Trailer for 'Lola Montes'

Watch the trailer for "Lola Montes." Video courtesy of Warmflash Productions. (Oct. 10)

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Scene from Film 'Body of Lies'

Watch a scene from the film "Body of Lies," starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures. (Oct. 10)

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Scene from TV Series 'Crash'

See a scene from the new TV series, "Crash." Video courtesy of Starz Entertainment. (Oct. 10)

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Gauging the Undecided Vote

For 2008's presidential debates, CNN has assembled focus groups that use handheld dials to record their sentiments. Those reactions are displayed in real time on the bottom of the screen. Watch a clip of the technology in use. (Oct. 9)

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Stocks Slave to Credit

The biggest thing the stock market needs is some thawing in the frozen credit market, according to S&P's Alec Young, and may have another 15% to 20% to drop. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 9)

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Investing in Fine Wine

With the financial markets in turmoil, the sometimes lucrative market of fine wine may appeal to investors, but it's not as simple as stashing bottles in your basement. MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters reports from a Chicago wine auction.

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Investing in Fine Wine

With the financial markets in turmoil, the sometimes lucrative market of fine wine may appeal to investors, but it's not as simple as stashing bottles in your basement. MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters reports from a Chicago wine auction.

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Tastings- Brie and Chablis Unite

WSJ's Dottie Gaiter and John Brecher, Tastings Columnists, challenge the tradition that Chablis (white wine) and Brie got together. What Dottie and John find will turn tradition on its head. (Oct. 9)

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Renault 'Drag' Ad

Watch an advertisement for automaker Renault SA. (Oct. 10)

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New D-Day for the Dow

Investors will remember Oct. 9, when the Dow peaked above 14,000 in 2007 and then closed 40% lower 12 months later. MarketWatch's editor in chief Dave Callaway reports. (Oct. 9)

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Investing in Fine Wine

With the financial markets in turmoil, the sometimes lucrative market of fine wine may appeal to investors, but it's not as simple as stashing bottles in your basement. MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters reports from a Chicago wine auction.

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Taking a Spin in the Lincoln MKS

Senior Editor David Patton test drives the Lincoln MKS. With heavy competitors in its segment, including the Acura TL, Cadillac CTS, and Lexus GS, Lincoln has succeeded in making a sharp looking car. But, Patton warns, the looks are let down by the quality of the ride. (Oct. 9)

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McCain goes negative

Politico's Jonathan Martin talks about McCain's strategy with his new campaign ads...

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McCain goes negative

Politico's Jonathan Martin talks about McCain's strategy with his new campaign ads...

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Silver Lining - Six Stocks Near Cash

Barron's Tiernan Ray takes a look at tech stocks trading near the cash on their balance sheet. (Oct. 9)

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DOW continues to plummet

Politico's Jim VandeHei talks about the politics of the economy...

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Holiday Shopping- A Toy Story

Christopher Byrn, independent toy analyst with TimetoPlayMag.com, tells Kelsey Hubbard that the toy industry has typically been resistant to recession, and this season may not be all that different. (Oct. 9)

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Hot Stocks Report- IBM

Big Blue surprises the market with an early peek at third-quarter earnings, but shares retreat along with the rest of the tech sector. Rex Crum reports. (Oct. 9)

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Taking Your Hybrid to the Next Level

Think hybrid cars are as green as it gets? Nate Becker reports on what it takes to convert a hybrid car into a plug-in hybrid that's charged by a standard wall outlet. (Oct. 9)

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Tech Diary- Making of a Performer

A performer takes electronic tinkering and DIY-angst to a new professional level as WSJ's Andy Jordan discovers in Tech Diary. (Oct. 9)

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Paulson Calls for Global Action

As Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson prepares to host the G-7, he is calling for intensified global cooperation to stabilize financial markets. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 9)

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Obama: Tested

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McCain: Hypo

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Chemists Win Nobel for Fluorescent Protein

Two Americans and a Japanese scientist have won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their research on a glowing green protein found in jellyfish. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 9)

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U.K. House Prices Slump

Liam Bailey, head of residential research at Knight Frank, discusses the U.K. housing market. (Oct. 9)

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Retailers Face Slow September Sales

MarketWatch's Kelsey Hubbard speaks to TimetoPlayMag.com independent analyst Christopher Byrne, who says the toy industry is typically recession-resistant. (Oct. 9)

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Business- Echoes of a Dismal Past

How does the current financial crisis compare to the Great Depression, and has the government learned the lessons of the 1930s?

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Business- Time to Get Out?

With the market experiencing severe turbulence, is this the time to sell your stocks? Ron Lieber discusses your money.

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Bush Says Bailout Will Work

CBS News RAW: President Bush explains why he backed the bailout plan despite his strong belief in a free market. Bush says that the plan won't waste tax dollars and will achieve its objective.

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Clock Ticking For McCain

As the U.S. presidential election draws near, John McCain's campaign has hit a wall in trying to persuade uncommitted voters to cast their ballot for the Republican candidate. Drew Levinson reports.

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Trashy Homes Of The Future?

Earthships sound spacey but these homes made entirely of garbage and dirt are for the green at heart. As Bianca Solorzano reports, they are mostly self sustained, which means no utility bills.

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European stock rally wilts, markets close with losses

European share prices wilted Thursday as a mid-day rally on stepped up government support for banks ran out of steam just before the close of trade.

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Thailand hit by political and financial crisis

Violent clashes between police and protesters are sending shockwaves through Thailand 's economy, which is already struggling with the global financial crisis and prolonged unrest.

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Cuba rebuilds after the Hurricanes

Cubans are cleaning up their hurricane-ravaged island and rebuilding homes and businesses with the help of some Latin American neighbors.

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Contact Lens Eye Infection

A south Texas woman is working with a San Antonio doctor to save her eye after a severe infection. KENS 5's Wendy Rigby reports.

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''Troopergate" Ruling Nears The Alaska State Legislature is expected to release its findings on "Trooper Gate" and whether or not Gov. Sarah Palin abused her power by having a state employee fired. Manuel Gallegus reports. 70 CBS

The presidential campaign has taken an ugly turn, says Katie Couric. At McCain rallies some GOP supporters are yelling "terrorist" and "treason" at the mention of Barack Obama.

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Notebook- Campaign Turns Ugly

The presidential campaign has taken an ugly turn, says Katie Couric. At McCain rallies some GOP supporters are yelling "terrorist" and "treason" at the mention of Barack Obama.

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Nobel Literature prize goes to Frenchman Jean-Marie Le Clezio

French author Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio, whose vast world travels form the poetic and descriptive backdrop for his body of work, won the 2008 Nobel Literature Prize on Thursday. Le Clezio denied that French culture is in decline.

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Jeffrey Steele On Harry's Hit

Famed country music songwriter Jeffrey Steele gave "The Early Show" his take on Harry Smith's foray into country music.

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Drew Lachey's Veggie Challenge

To get kids to eat more veggies, Drew Lachey wants them to rewrite "Beans, Beans..." for the Magical Veggie Challenge. No, they're not a fruit.

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Financial Advice By Age Group

Financial Advisor Ray Martin explains how to make the most of your 401(k) based on how soon you'll retire. He shows Maggie Rodriguez what your portfolio should look like from ages 20 to 60.

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Chalke On 'Mother' Rumors

Sarah Chalke from CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" tells Julie Chen she can't verify the internet rumors about her character. Chalke also shares her passion for pumpkin and her Canadian heritage.

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Economic Crisis Silver Lining

The Early Show contributor Vera Gibbons explained to Julie Chen a silver lining of the current economic crisis: lower gas prices.

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Cheerleader Injuries Sky High

Catastrophic injuries and sometimes deaths may be due to little or no safety regulations as coaches push girls to perform more dangerous stunts, Kelly Cobiella reports.

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The 'Hussein' Name Game

Attendees at a rally for the Republican presidential ticket discussed remarks involving the use of Barack Obama's middle name, "Hussein" by a speaker at the event.

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Up close and personal with Paris� artists

A new artistic space is opening in Paris this weekend in a bid to give a boost to a neglected area of the city. It�s neither a museum nor a gallery but billed as an original concept where the public can browse the workshops of the resident artists.

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Rate cuts stabilize world markets - for now

An emergency package of interest rate cuts has brought some stability to panic-stricken markets but the consensus is that more financial institutions risk going under.

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A noble effort from global markets didn't help U.S. stocks which saw a sixth consecutive day of losses. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Obama's Silver Lining

Riding the wave of success from the last debate, Barack Obama reassured his supporters at a rally with an optimistic message during the continuing financial crisis. Dean Reynolds has more.

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Mavericks On The Attack

The GOP McCain-Palin ticket went on the offensive for much of the day saying Barack Obama lacks judgment and experience. Chip Reid has more.

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Reality Check- Promises

The candidates have promised to spend less money than what the treasury brings in and have them spend billions to buy back bad mortgages. Is that possible? Wyatt Andrews gives them a reality check.

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Hard Of Hearing

The U.S. Navy is asking the Supreme Court to toss out a ruling that restricts their use of sonar during training. But the noise can act as a severe detriment to whales. David Martin reports.

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The Best And Worst Of Times

What have been the best and worst things that have happened in the history of United States? Katie Couric asks Barack Obama and John McCain.

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Mortgages Surpass Home Values

With home prices sliding, one out of three Americans who purchased a home in the past five years owes more on the mortgage than the home is now worth. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Banking On The Good Old Days

A bank in Orwell, Vt. is being operated in the same manner as when it was first opened in 1832. Michelle Miller has more on this simple approach to complex economic times.

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Candidates' Dream Dinner Dates

Which three people would Barack Obama and John McCain most like to share a dinner with? Katie Couric finds out.

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Recession Predicted For U.S.

A major slowdown is predicted for the world's economy and an outright recession in the United States, according to a report by the International Monetary Fund. Anthony Mason reports.

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Hong Kong share prices open up 1.1 percent

Hong Kong share prices opened up 1.1 percent Thursday, after central banks worldwide cut interest rates in a coordinated bid to ease the worst financial crisis in decades.

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Eye To Eye- Best And Worst

Katie Couric speaks with John McCain and Barack Obama about the best and worst things that have happened in U.S. history.

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Prez Camps Trade Punches

Both Cindy McCain and Michelle Obama went public to support their husbands' campaigns as Sen. Barack Obama's lead in the polls increases, reports Jeff Glor.

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'Green' vehicles spark at Paris car show

About a third of the new models presented at the Paris motor show are "clean cars" that function, at least partially, with electricity. Images of the motor show.

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Forbes' 2 Cents On Crisis

Overseas markets rebound, but U.S. investor confidence is still dropping, reports Anthony Mason. Steve Forbes, an economic advisor to Sen. John McCain, talks to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Military probe finds 33 civilians killed in Afghan air strike

A US military investigation has concluded that at least 33 civilians, including a dozen children, were killed in an air strike August 22 in western Afghanistan.

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Jacques Brel song text sold at auction for 108,000 euros

The handwritten lyrics to one of singer Jacques Brel's most melancholic songs, "Amsterdam", has fetched more than 108,000 euros (148,000 dollars) at a Paris auction. Also sold was the guitar the singer used at the beginning of his career.

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