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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Crisis as Catalyst for Latin America

Americas columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady tells James Freeman the financial crisis could be a blessing in disguise for some Latin American countries. (Oct. 13)

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Strauss-Kahn Pledges Support in Financial Crisis

IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn says that the IMF is ready to support countries affected by the global financial crisis. (Oct. 12)

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Toyota Expands in India

Toyota is expanding in India. And aside from building a car plant and introducing new car models, the Japanese car maker also decided to open a school, where they prepare young Indians to become Toyota's next factory workers. (Oct. 13)

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Abandoned Patients Search for Care

Catering mostly to the poor and elderly, Detroit Riverview was the only hospital open on the downtrodden eastside of the city, but shuttered its doors recently. Now the hospital's former patients search for a new hospital to call their own. This, despite the former owners of the hospital opening a new facility in affluent Novi, Mich. WSJ's Barbara Martinez reports. (Oct. 13)

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In My Wallet- Cole Brodman

As senior vice president of product development for T-Mobile, Cole Brodman needs his daily dose of coffee, so it's not surprising to see a Starbucks card in his wallet. But what other doodads might he have hidden in his back pocket? (Oct. 10)

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IMF Pledges Support, but Is Short on Details

WSJ reporter Bob Davis analyzes remarks from IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn at this weekend's meeting, where finance ministers from the world's richest countries met in a showing of unity. (Oct. 12)

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Obama Heckler At Palin Event

A man brought a stuffed monkey doll wearing an Obama sticker to a Palin campaign event in Johnstown, Pa. Realizing he was caught on camera, he passed it off to a child he didn't know.

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Phoebe Snow's Soulful Sound

A legendary singer who has been combining elements of jazz, blues, folk, and rock music since the 1970s, Phoebe Snow is about to release her new live album. Snow performs at the Second Cup Caf .

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Spruce Up Your Home For Cheap

Affordable renovations can be tough to find during these economically challenging times, but home improvement contributor Danny Lipford has a solution. This remodeling expert offers thrifty tips.

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Healthy Cereals For Kids

Not all breakfast cereals are nutritious and delicious. "Consumer Reports" deputy health editor Gayle Williams highlights some of the best and worst popular cereals on the market for kids.

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Under The Radar, 10.11.08

You may have missed some headlines this week, but "The Saturday Early Show" team can fill you in on the wildest news stories. A hippo gets a dental checkup and Sarah Palin gets an interesting offer.

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Anne Burrell's Tasty Spaghetti

Host of the popular Food Network show "Secrets Of A Restaurant Chef," Anne Burrell stops by "The Saturday Early Show" for some classic recipes, including spaghetti and meatballs and banana flamb .

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Drunken Text Messages

Consuming alcoholic beverages can often lead to sending embarrassing text messages via cell phone, but CNET's Natlali Del Conte shows Chris Wragge and Erica Hill tips to avoid cyber blunders.

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Kids Vote On Campaign '08

They may not be old enough to vote this year, but many American children have an opinion on the campaigns between Barack Obama and John McCain. Erica Hill gets the scoop from a group of 5th graders.

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Easy As Pie Fight

A 50th birthday celebration like no other: A pie fight pact between two friends more than three decades in the making grew into a gathering of adults acting like children.

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Face The Nation, 10.12.08

Political figures discuss the status of the presidential race; Dr. Fred Bergsten examines the economic crisis of confidence; and Bob Schieffer comments on the tobacco industry's influence.

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