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Friday, October 17, 2008

Shoeaholic Mourns Stilettos, Copes With Comfort

Parting with old footwear can be tougher than you think. Andree Aelion Brooks shares how hard it was for her to give up her three-inch heels in favor of comfortable "old lady" shoes. (Oct. 17)

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Insiders Buy Shares at Monsanto and Ruby Tuesday

Barron's Online Managing Editor John Kimelman takes a look at recent insider buys at Monsanto and Ruby Tuesday. (Oct. 17)

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Technology a Risk for Health Care Providers

Professor Amar Gupta of the University of Arizona speaks with WSJ's Erin White about the pitfalls of new communication technologies for health care providers. (Oct. 20)

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When Will Gas Prices Come Down?

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard joined Simon Constable, columnist for the Dow Jones Newswires, on a trip to a local gas station to see if the cost of petrol has matched the dropping cost of oil. (Oct. 17)

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'Princess of Nebraska'

Watch a scene from "Princess of Nebraska." Video courtesy of Magnolia Pictures. (Oct. 18)

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Al Smith Dinner Highlights

Some of the more humorous highlights from McCain's and Obama's speeches from the Al Smith Dinner on Thursday night.

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'The New Girl'

Watch a clip from "The New Girl," one of 22 amateur short films that were made about the iconic Ford Mustang. (Oct. 18)

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Hot or Not - Oct. 17

Kotecki's weekly rundown of the hottest and not-est in this week's politics.

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Tips on Dealing with a Poor Performer

UCLA professor, Samuel Culbert, shares some managerial tips on improving an employee's performance. (Oct. 20)

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Chinese GDP In Focus

Chinese economic growth and earnings in China, Japan and India are on the schedule. Australian banks will also be reporting. (Oct. 17)

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Mike Allen on the final stretch

Politico's Mike Allen on the candidate's strategy for the last days of the campaign.

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Europe Focuses on Earnings

The coming week will bring closely watched results from some of Europe's biggest corporate players. MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein reports from London. (Oct. 17)

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Look Ahead in Asia- China Growth, India Earnings

Chinese economic growth numbers, along with earnings from Indian tech firms and Australian banks, will influence regional markets in the week ahead. Michael Kitchen reports. (Oct. 17)

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'Something I'll remember forever'

(Boston Globe) Several Obama supporters at a New Hampshire rally were excited to touch the hand of their candidate, while others said it isn't easy being a progressive in The Granite State. By Scott LaPierre, Globe Staff

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'Something I'll remember forever'

(Boston Globe) Several Obama supporters at a New Hampshire rally were excited to touch the hand of their candidate, while others said it isn't easy being a progressive in The Granite State. By Scott LaPierre, Globe Staff

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Retirement Communities Are Going Gourmet

As WSJ's Kelly Greene reports, the latest fad in retirement communities is served with wine. (Oct. 17)

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Stocks Today- Investors Pick Your Poison

Barron's Bob O'Brien says speaks about Thursday's trading session and a bottom coming into place for the market. (Oct. 17)

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Hot Stocks Report- Energy

Schlumberger's shares retreat after the oil-service giant signals that the credit crunch is taking a bite out of its North American drilling business. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi reports. (Oct. 17)

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Kotecki- 10/17/08

A look at a few campaign ads making the rounds.

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Kotecki- 10/17/08

A look at a few campaign ads making the rounds.

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Chinese Factory Workers Protest Closing, Demand Pay

Angry workers gather outside a shuttered toy factory in southern China, demanding payment and compensation. Smart Union Group, a Hong Kong-listed toymaker in Dongguan city closed because of a tough time made worse by the U.S. economic slowdown. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 17)

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Obama and McCain Trade Jokes, Not Jabs

U.S. presidential rival candidates Barack Obama and John McCain trade wisecracks instead of campaign attacks at an annual New York fundraiser for Catholic charities. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 17)

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Decision- Ohio - The college town

(Boston Globe) Barack Obama student volunteers at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, have made impressive inroads into what is traditionally a Republican stronghold. By Dina Rudick/Globe Staff.

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Decision- Ohio - The college town

(Boston Globe) Barack Obama student volunteers at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, have made impressive inroads into what is traditionally a Republican stronghold. By Dina Rudick/Globe Staff.

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Preview the New Palm Treo Pro

Palm, once the ruler of the smart phone world, debuts its Treo Pro as it seeks to remain competitive in the quickly changing universe of handheld communications devices. (Oct. 17)

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N.y./region- Small Business and the Economic Crisis

The Times checks in with small businesses around New York City to see how they're faring through these hard times.

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World- Breaking the Silence

The United Nations says Congo has the worst sexual violence in the world. For years, rape survivors were shamed into silence, while the government denied the epidemic. Now people are speaking out.

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More From Joe 'The Plumber'

Ohio resident Joe Wurzelbacher was mentioned in the last presidential debate more than two dozen times. After the debate, he urged Americans to learn the issues before voting, reports Jennifer Boresz.

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No Market Bottom In Sight

Tokyo had its largest market drop ever while commodities are now facing capitulation, reports Mark Phillips. The U.S. is facing more blame for the credit crisis by not acting effectively or timely.

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Joe- Obama Would Lower Taxes

Joe Wurzelbacher was launched into the national spotlight after being used as an example in a debate. Wyatt Andrews does a Reality Check on how each candidate would affect Joe "The Plumber."

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McCain Highlights Plumber Joe

During the final presidential debate, John McCain and Barack Obama discussed an ordinary voter named Joe Wurzelbacher. Chip Reid reports on this small town plumber who has gained instant notoriety.

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Couric's Financial Notebook

Katie Couric examines the current state of the economy, as the Dow shot up by more than 400 points by the end of the day. Also, Southwest Airlines faces financial turmoil.

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Obama's Debate Glow

With only a few weeks until Election Day, Barack Obama is basking in the glow of his post-debate success and his lead in most polls, but the candidate remains cautious. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Eye On The Final Debate

Face The Nation host and presidential debate moderator Bob Schieffer speaks with Katie Couric about the performances of John McCain and Barack Obama during their final debate together.

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Where They Stand- Education

With schools in the U.S. falling behind how do Barack Obama and John McCain plan on fixing our troubled education system? Cynthia Bowers finds out where they stand.

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Chocolate Spotlight

Mars Inc. plans on helping to curb obesity by putting new nutritional labels on products like M&M's and Skittles. CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon Lapook reports.

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Is it the end of capitalism?

The global financial crisis is deeply shaking much of the world's long-held belief in capitalism. With government regulators constantly stepping in these days, capitalism is facing its deepest crisis in decades. AFP speaks to current -- and future -- economists.

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McCain's Uphill Battle

Political analysts Joe Trippi and Dan Bartlett outline the strategies for Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama as the presidential campaign nears Election Day.

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McCain, Obama Lighten Mood

The candidates left battleground states to raise money for charity by poking fun at themselves, reports Jeff Glor.

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'Average' Joes Talk Taxes

Jennifer Openshaw from weseed.com talks to a lineup of real people named "Joe" to explain how the McCain and Obama tax plans would affect them.

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Poking Fun, Not Barbs

Bowing to tradition, Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama make jokes at the Alfred E. Smith dinner in NYC to raise money for Catholic charities.

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Egypt tycoon charged with ordering Lebanese singer killing

Egyptian tycoon Hisham Talaat Mustafa goes on trial Saturday charged with paying two million dollars for the brutal killing of Lebanese pop singer Suzanne Tamim.

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Beauty's skin keep for hungry fish

Forget footscrubs and loofahs, a spa in Malaysia has a novel approach for healthy feet -- live fish that eat away dead skin.

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McCain, Letterman Make Amends

GOP presidential candidate John McCain apologized to David Letterman for cancelling an earlier scheduled appearance on his late night TV talk show.

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Popstar YELLE makes Brittany's music sound tame

A risqu?rench pop star is drawing crowds in the US.

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Tender Loving Chimp

Two orphaned tiger cubs are mothered by a chimp in the care of China York, a trainer at Miami's Jungle Island.

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High School Musical 3 Premiere

Fans are excited over the highly anticipated sequel to "High School Musical," which had its premiere in Los Angeles, reports Hattie Kauffman. HSM3 opens nationwide next week.

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Allergic To Cell Phones

Dermatologist Dennis Gross tells Harry Smith that metal in some cell phones can cause a rash in one out of ten Americans. He also demonstrates the use of a kit to determine if your phone has nickel.

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Products Think Pink For Cancer

Special pink editions of products from computers to candy raise money for breast cancer, explains Lonnie Quinn.

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'The Suite Life' At Sea

Superstar brothers Dylan and Cole Sprouse from Disney's hit show talk to Harry Smith about growing up famous and their new show "The Suite Life On Deck."

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Michelle Obama On Family Life

Part two of Maggie Rodriguez's exclusive interview with Mrs. Barack Obama. Michelle Obama talks about what home has been like in the past year, as well as her hopes for the future.

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Baby disco in Paris

Strobe lights, a famous DJ and... orange juice. Babydisco is a nightclub with a twist: only children aged 4 to 7 can get in. Installed in the heart of the museum of modern art in Paris, the installation aims to introduce youngsters to pop culture and contemporary art forms.

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George Hamilton Raconteur

Hollywood icon George Hamilton has been a debonair dandy for more than half a century. He talks to Harry Smith about his memoir, "Don't Mind If I Do."

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Jokes all around as McCain, Obama join charity roast

he pitched battle for the White House briefly made way for good humor and a good cause Thursday as Barack Obama and John McCain traded jibes at a white-tie charity dinner in New York.

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French film star Depardieu buries son

French film star, Gerard Depardieu's son Guillaume was laid to rest Friday in Bougival church in Yvelines, a suburb of Paris. Guillaume died Monday in a Paris area hospital from a bout of acute pneumonia.

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Notebook- Senate Seats

The senate may see a dramatic overhaul this election year with 23 Republican seats at stake. Katie Couric comments.

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Xmas Shopping On Hold?

As the economic crisis continues to tighten the wallets of many shoppers throughout the nation, retailers are scrambling to find ways to promote consumer spending. Michelle Gielan reports.

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Todd English Frittatas

Chef and restauranteur Todd English whips up various styles and tastes for a warm Autumn breakfast.

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Katie Holmes Brightens B'way

Actress Katie Holmes made her Broadway debut in the Arthur Miller classic "All My Sons," attracting stars as well as Church of Scientology protestors, reports Itay Hod.

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