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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

A Discussion with Carl Pope

Reporter Kate Galbraith talks with the executive director of the Sierra Club.

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Decision- Ohio - The exurbs of Columbus

The exurbs north of Columbus, Ohio are home to voters crucial to either party's success in November's presidential election. The area is marked by rapid development and sprawl, and many voters remain undecided.

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Decision- Ohio - The exurbs of Columbus

The exurbs north of Columbus, Ohio are home to voters crucial to either party's success in November's presidential election. The area is marked by rapid development and sprawl, and many voters remain undecided.

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Decision- Ohio - The exurbs of Columbus

The exurbs north of Columbus, Ohio are home to voters crucial to either party's success in November's presidential election. The area is marked by rapid development and sprawl, and many voters remain undecided.

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Bush Legacy Could Be Found In Tort Reform

Bush Administration officials are using their last days in office to rewrite a wide array of federal rules in order to block product safety lawsuits by consumers and states. WSJ's Alicia Mundy reports. (Oct. 15)

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Lionsgate Entertainment's 'W.'

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman goes on location in Los Angeles to speak with Lionsgate Entertainment's Vice Chairman Michael Burns about the upcoming Oliver Stone film, "W." The biopic on the life and politics of George W. Bush stars Josh Brolin. (Oct. 14)

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Bad Economy Creates Bounce for Law Firms?

WSJ's Ashby Jones says a bad economy means fewer deals and acquisitions, which means less work for the nations largest law firms. Trickle down economics in reverse. (Oct. 15)

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Vanguard's Values

Some of Vanguard's most stalwart funds have been hit hard by the market downturn. Dan Wiener, editor of the Independent Adviser for Vanguard Investors newsletter, tells MarketWatch's Jonathan Burton what he's considering now. (Oct. 14)

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Apple Unveils New Laptops

Apple Inc. unveils its latest lineup of laptop computers. The company updated existing models and cut the price on its least expensive laptop to under $1,000. (Oct. 14)

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Obama's Swing-State Lead and McCain's Last Best Hope

Sen. Barack Obama takes the lead in four battleground states -- Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Colorado, according to a new set of polls. WSJ's Jerry Seib parses the data and discusses what might be Sen. John McCain's last hope to turn things around. (Oct. 14)

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'Something to Be Grateful For'

Economics editor David Wessel evaluates the government's response to the credit crisis. Though the U.S. economy isn't out of the woods just yet, we may have eluded a worst-case scenario, he says. (Oct. 15)

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Still Holding Back

Barron's Clare McKeen says that for three years, GMO's Jeremy Grantham has cautioned investors to avoid risk. Now that everyone's listening, he has some more insights worth noting. (Oct. 14)

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Decision- Ohio

(Boston Globe) Boston Globe journalists Scott Helman and Dina Rudick swing through Lordstown, Ohio, on day 1 of a political roadtrip though the battleground state.

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Decision- Ohio

(Boston Globe) Boston Globe journalists Scott Helman and Dina Rudick swing through Lordstown, Ohio, on day 1 of a political roadtrip though the battleground state.

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Decision- Ohio

(Boston Globe) Boston Globe journalists Scott Helman and Dina Rudick swing through Lordstown, Ohio, on day 1 of a political roadtrip though the battleground state.

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Moscow on the Hudson

Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark and Deputy Markets editor Dennis Berman discuss the 'Sovietization of Wall Street'. In a move that was not possible only weeks ago, the federal government has, in effect, nationalized much of the U.S. banking system, which many hope will unfreeze the credit markets. (Oct. 14)

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Atomic Bomb Scientist Recalls First Successful Test

Physicist Robert Oppenheimer, who led the Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb, describes reactions to the first successful test of an atomic weapon in 1945. (Oct. 16)

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In Your 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. 14)

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Washed-Up Politicians...

Where are they now? James Kotecki explores the newest career of one former politician.

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New life for McCain?

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Wildfires Rage Across Southern California

Dousing flames from land and sky, more than 1,000 firefighters are battling two major blazes on the northern fringe of Los Angeles. Video Courtesy Reuters. (Oct 14).

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Kotecki- 10/14/2008

Democratic Congressman Tim Mahoney of Florida, the guy who replaced Republican Mark Foley, gets caught in a sex scandal of his own.

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Kotecki- 10/14/2008

Democratic Congressman Tim Mahoney of Florida, the guy who replaced Republican Mark Foley, gets caught in a sex scandal of his own.

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Branding in Magazines

Jon Friedman talks about branding in magazines, "The Economist". (Oct. 14)

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Bush- Government Role In Markets Temporary

U.S. President George Bush presents details of the government's financial-rescue plan, saying intervention in markets will be temporary and is aimed at protecting taxpayers. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 14)

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Bush on the new bailout plan

Bush on the new bailout plan

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Branding in Magazines

Jon Friedman talks about branding in magazines, "The Economist." (Oct. 14)

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Playback 10/14/08

Can't you stop for just a second?

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Business- Bolstering Banks

Vikas Bajaj, business news repoter, talks about where the credit markets stand after injection of $250 billion into the nation's banks.

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AP First Person- Tackling the economy

Voters overwhelmingly rank the economy as their top issue in the upcoming presidential election. Associated Press economic reporter Jeannine Aversa said the next president will inherit a host of economic problems that have no quick fix. (Oct. 14)

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MoneyWatch

The Dow forced some of the gains that were made on Monday as Wall Street considers President Bush's strategy for fixing the financial crisis. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Hillary Clinton On The Record

Hillary Clinton speaks with Jeff Glor about how Democrats can handle the financial crisis, and why Barack Obama and Joe Biden will be in the White House come 2009.

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McCain Says He's A Fighter

John McCain recognizes the battle he faces in the final weeks before the election and doesn't plan to go down without a fight. Chip Reid has more.

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The Great Schlep

An online campaign has started aimed at getting young Jewish voters to encourage their grandparents to vote for Barack Obama. Kelly Cobiella has more.

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Chasing The Collegiate Dream

In a new poll, nearly half of parents say they have changed the way in which they will pay for their child's college and they are focusing on less expensive options. Ben Tracy explains.

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Upping Vitamin D In Kids

Children need to get double the amount of Vitamin D, says the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on why Vitamin D is important and how to make sure your child is getting enough.

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Obama Tackles The Economy

Barack Obama's new plan to help bolster the economy comes after heated criticism that he's been standing on the sidelines as the financial crisis continues. Dean Reynolds reports.

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The Man With A Plan

Gordon Brown's blueprint for salvaging the British economy has been met with great interest from other European leaders. But will his plan prove to be a lasting cure? Mark Phillips reports.

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Calif. Residents Flee Flames

Santa Ana winds are stoking the flames of a Calif. fire that has so far engulfed 3,700 acres of land and destroyed more than 30 mobile homes. Bill Whitaker reports.

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End Of The Losing Streak

Coming back after its worst week in history, Wall Street rallied and soared more than 900 points. Anthony Mason has more on the dramatic rebound.

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French royal objects under the hammer in Paris

A royal silk purse embroidered by Queen Marie-Antoinette in prison in 1792 is among many objects sold off by descendants of the French royal family in an auction in Paris.

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If oil is down, then why aren't petrol prices?

One side effect of the ongoing financial crisis has been a steep fall in the price of oil. But that drop has not translated into lower petrol prices.

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Changing Credit Card Terms

Financial contributor Vera Gibbons shares tips with Harry Smith for monitoring the terms of your credit card in the changing financial climate.

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Irritable Male Syndrome

Julie Chen sat down with the author of "The Irritable Male Syndrome" Jed Diamond and discussed the signs, types and what to do to avoid IMS.

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Rare Identical Triplets Born

Julie Chen spoke with the Lyons family about their three new additions. The New York couple is the proud parents of identical triplets, a one-in-a-million birth.

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Candidates' New Economic Plans

Barack Obama and John McCain spar over new economic plans as the third and final presidential debate draws closer. As Jeff Glor reports, McCain is confident his plan will boost his numbers.

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Financial crisis is China's fault, French employers chief says

The head of the French employers' association, Laurence Parisot, said on Tuesday that an undervaluation of the yuan was at the origin of the financial crisis that has shaken the world's financial system over recent weeks.

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Don't touch my houmous!

Don't touch my humous! The Lebanese are wanting to lay claim to the names of their traditional dishes. Since Champagne is French and Feta cheese Greek, many want to trademark houmous and taboule.

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Calif. Fires Threaten L.A.

The fierce Santa Ana winds aren't giving in as three major Calif. fires burn out of control, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Massive Move On Wall Street

The bailout may be a shot in the dark, but for now it is helping world markets, reports Anthony Mason. Harry Smith talks to economist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman.

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Malaysia's Anwar hopes to make a political comeback

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim says he enjoys support from parliamentarians to bring down the ruling coalition but the former deputy PM still faces formidable challenges.

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The Great Pumpkin Race

CBS News Raw: In Burlington, Vt. spectators learned that indeed giant pumpkins can float, as they watched the first annual Giant Pumpkin Regatta.

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Prop 8 Signs Stolen

Nearly a dozen "No On Prop 8" signs have been stolen in Vallejo, Calif. If passed, the measure would eliminate the right for same-sex couples to marry. KPIX's Ann Notarangelo reports.

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Notebook- Banks

Although many are calling Washington's plan to buyout several U.S. banks a good thing, critics feel the government is spending too much of the taxpayers hard earned money. Katie Couric has more.

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Cleric War On Gay Marriage

Numerous religious officials are actively campaigning in an attempt to promote Proposition 8, a measure which would ban gay marriages in the California constitution. KPIX's Len Ramirez reports.

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Amish Tap Into 'God's Grid'

Mainstream culture has been reluctant to embrace solar energy but it may surprise you to know that Amish communities welcome the clean technology and energy independence.

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McCain On New Economic Plan

CBS News Raw: At a rally in Blue Bell, Pa., Republican presidential candidate John McCain unveiled details of his new $52.5 billion economic plan aimed at the middle-class and senior citizens.

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Colin Cowie Tends Bar

Style guru Colin Cowie shows Harry Smith some affordable liquors and bar essentials for entertaining guests at home.

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Oliver Stone On "W"

Oliver Stone talks to Harry Smith about his new film, "W," a character study of George W. Bush.

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Ringo Starr- No Fan Mail

CBS News RAW: Ringo Starr tells his fans that he is too busy to receive any more fan mail and, after October 20th, 2008, he won't.

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