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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Looking Ahead- More Stimulus?

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke talks to House Budget Committee on Monday, and there's likely be plenty of talk about the possibility of another stimulus package. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 17)

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Video Trail Mix- The White Vote in Rural Virginia

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford asks white voters in southwest Virginia if they think their community is ready for a black president.

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The Legacy of the McCain Name

WSJ's Douglas Blackmon speaks with Charles McCain Jr. and his sister Mary McCain Fluker. The two are descendants of slaves held at the Mississippi plantation owned by the family of Sen. John McCain's great-great-grandfather. They discuss the legacy of the McCain name. (Oct. 16)

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'She's my girl'

(Boston Globe) Supporters at a Sarah Palin rally in Laconia, N.H., say the Alaska governor is 'real', pretty, and has Democrats running scared. By Scott LaPierre, Globe Staff

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'She's my girl'

(Boston Globe) Supporters at a Sarah Palin rally in Laconia, N.H., say the Alaska governor is 'real', pretty, and has Democrats running scared. By Scott LaPierre, Globe Staff

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'All My Sons' a Pretentious Revival

Katie Holmes is making her professional stage debut on Broadway in an Arthur Miller play, "All My Sons." But as WSJ's Terry Teachout explains, the move is called stunt casting, which in this case assures producers of a sold out theater but offers little in return. (Oct. 17)

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High School Musical 3- Senior Year'

Watch the trailer for "High School Musical 3: Senior Year." Video courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures. (Oct. 17)

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Two Very Different Tax Plans

WSJ's senior special writer Tom Herman explains to WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard the difference between the two presidential candidate's tax plans. As Herman says: "Both Senators are calling for lower taxes overall, but they have very sharp opinions on how to get there." (Oct. 16)

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Clip from 'Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives'

Watch a clip from "Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives," a documentary about Mark Oliver Everett, the lead singer of Eels as he ventures throughout America to discover who his father, the physicist Hugh Everett III, was. (Oct. 17)

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Video Trail Mix- The White Vote in Rural Virginia

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford asks white voters in southwest Virginia if they think their community is ready for a black president.

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Video Trail Mix- The White Vote in Rural Virginia

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford asks white voters in southwest Virginia if they think their community is ready for a black president.

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Video Gaming Goes Web 2.0

WSJ's arts & entertainment reporter, Jamin Brophy-Warren, reviews the video game LittleBigPlanet by Media Molecule. A unique foray into social-networking via gaming, LittleBigPlanet lets users "play, create and share their experiences." (Oct. 17)

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Memories Worth Rebuilding in Galveston Bay

Outsiders may question why anyone would build in a hurricane-prone area, but that's exactly what WSJ's Susan Warren is setting out to do. Her vacation home along the waterfront in Galveston Bay was destroyed by Hurricane Ike, but, as she explains, family memories mitigate any fears of rebuilding. (Oct. 17)

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Tastings- Aussie Rieslings a Delicious Find

Rieslings are one of the healthy sellers in the Australian sections of wine stores these days. And WSJ's Dottie Gaiter and John Brecher have found that these Down Under wines are a great specialty item. (Oct. 17)

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Scene from 'Tarpon'

Watch a scene from "Tarpon." Shot in the 1970s in Key West, the film is considered the first on sport fishing and features the late poet Richard Brautigan and original music by Jimmy Buffett. Video courtesy of U.Y.A. Films. (Oct. 17)

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Revisiting FDR's Legacy

Many Americans compare today's economic crisis to the Great Depression and the New Deal response to it. Rex Nutting, MarketWatch's Washington bureau chief, took the pulse of visitors to the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial in Washington. (Oct. 16)

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A Disconnect At The Pump

The price of a barrel of crude oil has tumbled by about half in three months, but the price of a gallon of gasoline has given up only a fraction of that amount. Why the disconnect? (Oct. 16)

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Attack Ad - Joe The Plumber

A new Larry the Plumber ad attacking Joe the Plumber on his record.

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Blame


Democrats are desperately trying to pin this financial meltdown on everyone but themselves!

When will Democrats stop the blame game and accept responsibility for blocking efforts to reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?

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Trailer for the Opera 'Doctor Atomic'

See a trailer from the Metropolitan Opera production, "Doctor Atomic." Composed by John Adams, directed by Penny Woolcock, this contemporary opera delves into the creation of the atomic bomb. (Oct. 16)

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Hot Stocks- Google, EBay Fall

On a day of wild swings for technology stocks, Google and eBay were lower. EBay's disappointing financial outlook and concern about Google were the culprits. (Oct. 16)

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Meet America's Plumber

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Protests Over Spain Car Plant Cuts

Hundreds rally in Barcelona after Nissan's announcement that it will cut nearly 1,700 jobs. The Japanese car giant is blaming the global economic crisis and new carbon dioxide emission laws. Courtesy of Reuters, (Oct. 16)

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Kotecki- 10/16/2008

A careful analysis of the final presidential debate reveals a shocking secret about Barack Obama.

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Kotecki- 10/16/2008

A careful analysis of the final presidential debate reveals a shocking secret about Barack Obama.

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'Joe the Plumber' on Cornering Obama

Joe Wurzelbacher, now known as "Joe the Plumber," speaks with Fox's Neil Cavuto about his view of presidential candidates Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama. He also discusses the interaction he had with Obama that sparked his new fame and why he "cornered" the candidate. Video courtesy of the Fox Business Network. (Oct. 16)

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'Joe the Plumber' Reacts to Presidential Debate

Joe Wurzelbacher, now known as "Joe the Plumber," speaks with Fox's Neil Cavuto about his reaction to the Oct. 15 presidential debate between Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama. The Ohio man also discusses his take on Obama's tax plan, an issue he brought up directly with the candidate, sparking his new fame. Video courtesy of the Fox Business Network. (Oct. 16)

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Latest Data a Harsh Reminder of Weak Economy

Labor-market worries, falling consumer prices and a decline in factory output underscore the U.S. economy's broad weakness, a harsh reminder that even as financial turmoil calms, the country is still at risk of a deep recession. WSJ's Kelly Evans reports. (Oct. 16)

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Watching the Watchers

Are there undecided voters in Manhattan? WSJ's Andy Jordan goes on a quest to find them in Times Square.

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Obama supporters say they were harrassed at NH Palin rally

(Boston Globe) Two Obama supporters told police they were kicked and harrassed when they expressed anti-McCain sentiments at a Sarah Palin rally in Laconia, N.H. By Scott LaPierre, Globe staff

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Obama supporters say they were harrassed at NH Palin rally

(Boston Globe) Two Obama supporters told police they were kicked and harrassed when they expressed anti-McCain sentiments at a Sarah Palin rally in Laconia, N.H. By Scott LaPierre, Globe staff

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Capital Journal- Debate Gets Nasty

The third and final presidential debate offered some of the nastiest exchanges of the long campaign between John McCain and Barack Obama, WSJ's Jerry Seib says.

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MoneyWatch

Signs that the credit freeze is thawing and inflation is easing helped the Markets move into positive territory. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- Debate

Katie Couric gives her thoughts on how the candidates performed during the final presidential debate.

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McCain On "The Late Show"

John McCain will be a guest on "The Late Show With David Letterman." This comes a few weeks after he cancelled his appearance on the show to return to Washington to deal with the economic crisis. Drew Levinson reports.

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Terror Raid Near Barcelona

Caught On Tape: Spanish police arrested 13 men accused of harboring Islamic extremists, including several suspects with alleged links to the Madrid terror bombings of 2004. Raids occurred in Barcelona, Madrid and Algeciras.

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Halloween Costumes for Kids

With Halloween just around the corner, costumes are flying off the shelves. Jessica Hartshorn, Sr. Lifestyles Editor for American Baby Magazine, offers some tips on how to find the best costume for your child.

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Eye To Eye- Recession Woes

Katie Couric speaks with CBS News business correspondent Anthony Mason about the continuing state of financial decline throughout the world, and what this could mean for the future.

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Obama, McCain On Elitism

Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain have both been criticized as elitists. Katie Couric asks them if that criticism is valid given their affluent lifestyles.

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Retail Sales Plummet

Americans have cut their spending dramatically. Auto sales took the hardest hit while home furnishings and furniture suffered their biggest drop in years. Kelly Wallace reports.

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The Aftermath Of Hurricane Ike

With recovery still underway after the devastating effects of Hurricane Ike, thousands are still suffering. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Obama, McCain On Infidelity

The infidelities of Elliot Spitzer, Bill Clinton and John Edwards all became public knowledge. Katie Couric asks the presidential candidates why they think prominent politicians cheat.

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Obama Speaks Out On Ayers

CBS News RAW: Barack Obama spoke in detail about his relationship with controversial activist, William Ayers.

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Standing Up To Your Party

CBS News RAW: John McCain asks Barack Obama if he has ever stood up to Democratic leaders.

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The Final Debate, Pt. 1

During the first half of the final 2008 presidential debate, John McCain and Barack Obama dispute economic policies. CBS' Bob Schieffer serves as the moderator at Hofstra Univ. in Hempstead, N.Y.

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Joe The Plumber Reacts

Only On The Web: The candidates said his name more than half a dozen times during the debate and Katie Couric got a chance to speak with Joe Wurzelbacher, A.K.A "Joe The Plumber."

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Mark Halperin's Two Cents

Only On The Web: Time Magazine's Mark Halperin spoke with Katie Couric about the candidate's performance on the final presidential debate.

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Pawlenty Debate Reaction

Only On The Web: Minn. Gov. Tim Pawlenty speaks with Katie Couric about how well the candidates did in the final presidential debate and its effect on both campaigns.

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Hillary Clinton On Debate

Only On The Web: Hillary Clinton spoke with Katie Couric about her thoughts on the final presidential debate.

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The Final Debate, Pt. 3

Katie Couric speaks with several political commentators and undecided voters immediately following the conclusion of the last presidential debate between candidates Barack Obama and John McCain.

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The Final Debate, Pt. 2

Part 2: Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain face off at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.; CBS' Bob Schieffer moderates the debate focused on the nation's economy.

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EU leaders press US for financial overhaul

European Union leaders handed French President Nicolas Sarkozy a mandate Thursday to press for a sweeping overhaul of the global financial system at a crunch weekend summit with George W. Bush.

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Cambodia, Thailand agree joint border control

Thailand and Cambodia on Thursday agreed to joint patrols of disputed border areas after deadly clashes, but made little progress toward resolving their long-standing territorial spat.

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French students murder suspects appear in court

The two men accused of savagely murdering two French students at the end of June in London appeared briefly Thursday before the Old Bailey Court in London via a video link from their prison as the victims' parents watched on.

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Josh Brolin is 'W'

Actor Josh Brolin stopped by "The Early Show" and spoke with Harry Smith about his new film "W," directed by Oliver Stone and based on the life of President George W. Bush.

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Jada Pinkett Smith's New Role

Actress Jada Pinkett-Smith visited "The Early Show" and sat down with Maggie Rodriguez and spoke about her executive producer role in the new film, "The Secret Life Of Bees."

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Sports Kid Of The Year

Derek Andrews was honored on "The Early Show" with Sports Illustrated's "Sports Kid Of The Year" honor. Even with a muscle disorder, Andrews excels in five sports.

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Post Debate With Joe Biden

Joe Biden validated the Democrats' argument that a vote for John McCain is a vote for Bush policy from the past eight years. He talked to Harry Smith just after the final presidential debate.

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Madonna & Guy's 'Secret'

Guy Ritchie is reportedly 'livid' over divorce details being leaked to the press. Julie Chen talks to a divorce attorney about possible scenarios and an editor from London's Mail On Sunday.

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Debate Fact check

Both candidates exaggerated and distorted facts about their opponents during the debate, reports Wyatt Andrews, who separates fact from fiction.

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Annual Mammogram Awareness

Dr. Debbye Turner Bell shares the story of her sister's breast cancer and promotes annual mammogram screenings for women at risk or over 40 years-old.

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Behind The Madonna, Ritchie Divorce

Madonna and Guy Ritchie have announced that they will divorce after seven and a half years of marriage. Sheila MacVicar reports on what went wrong.

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McCain Camp Claims Debate Win

Rick Davis, John McCain's campaign manager believes the presidential race is closer than polls suggest, and tells Maggie Rodriguez Obama's economic plan means higher taxes.

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Hi-Tech Keeping In Touch

CNET Senior Editor Natali Del Conte showed Harry Smith great hi-tech ways families can stay close with various webcams video phone services.

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Markets Tumble After U.S. Drop

Asian markets fell dramatically after U.S. projections of a long retail slump that sent investors on a selling spree, reports Fox Business Network's Liz Claman.

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Going Apples For Apples

Apples are currently in season and Chef Bobby Flay demonstrates for Harry Smith how to make an apple salad and apple chutney.

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The Best Seat In The House

CBS chief Washington correspondent and debate moderator Bob Schieffer spoke with Harry Smith about his take on the performances of John McCain and Barack Obama.

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McCain & Obama's Last Clash

Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain spent their last debate reiterating familiar talking points to the American public, reports Jeff Glor. Also, a CBS poll suggests Obama came out a winner.

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Michelle- Barack The Underdog

Exclusive: Maggie Rodriguez sat down with Michelle Obama and spoke about her family life, campaigning, race and the ugly side of politics.

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Obama-mania in Kenya

The United-States is getting ready for the final homestretch before the elections on November 4th. In Kenya, the country of Barack Obama's late father, the Democratic presidential candidate has reached idol status.

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India's rickshaws get a ray of sunshine

India�s iconic rickshaws get an environmental overhaul with the invention of a new solar-powdered pedicab, designed to leave a zero carbon footprint and ease the burden for drivers.

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Thailand, Cambodia military talks after deadly border clash

Cambodian and Thai military officials were to meet Thursday in a bid to prevent more clashes a day after a deadly border shoot-out which prompted hundreds of Thai expatriates to return home.

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Megastar, Madonna splits with film director, Guy Ritchie

She's the world's highest earning female singer, but while her career has been successful, Madonna's love life has had its ups and downs. On Wednesday, the pop megastar and her British film director husband Guy Ritchie announced plans to divorce after seven and half years of marriage.

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