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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Trouble Ahead for a GM/Chrysler Deal?

Robert Schulz, debt analyst at Standard & Poor's, talks to MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi about a possible General Motors deal with Chrysler -- what the liquidity situation would be like and how things for auto makers could get even worse. (Oct. 20)

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Hot Stocks Report- Energy

The energy sector gets a boost Monday from higher oil prices and broader-market strength. Investors also cheer reports from Halliburton and Weatherford. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi reports. (Oct. 20)

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Obama Misspeaks

Barack Obama gets his facts wrong during the presidential debate. The Americas columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady explains the gaffe to Kelsey Hubbard. (Oct. 20)

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Trash Dumps Cash In on Carbon Credits

Concerns are mounting about projects that earn carbon credits for business practices they've been doing anyway. (Oct. 20)

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French-Style Cabaret Comes to Morocco

Risque cabaret gets a more-modest makeover to make the can-can cceptable in Islamic Morocco. (Oct. 20)

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In My Wallet- Apple Vendor Has Two Of Them

Apple vendor and Tibetan immigrant Weser Dorjee tells us why he has two wallets and what he keeps inside both. (Oct. 19)

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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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Technology Risks 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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Palinpalooza

Elizabeth Holmes reports from rallies this week with GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and finds they are carefully choreographed love fests.

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Powell Explains Obama Endorsement

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell talks about what factors led to his decision to endorse Barack Obama for president. (Oct. 19)

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Student loans and the economy

Can students get loans in today's economy?

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Powell Bashes McCain

CBS News RAW: After appearing on "Meet The Press," Colin Powell said Barack Obama "brings a fresh set of eyes," while McCain will simply "execute the Republican agenda."

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Saint Gordon of Britiain

The world economic crisis has paved the way for an unlikely hero. Ed Boyle, Up to the Minute contributor, explains why countries are now "doing a Gordon."

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Trading scandal at Frence's Caisse d'Epargne

The supervisory board of Caisse d'Epargne, considered one of France's most trustworthy banks is meeting in Paris on Sunday to consider calls for the resignation of chairman Charles Milhaud and other executives. The French savings bank lost 600 million euros (800 million dollars) in a trading scandal.

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Face The Nation, 10.19.08

Bob Schieffer spoke with Republican and Democratic figures about the unpredictability of battleground states, the ugly side of the campaigns, and Colin Powell's surprise endorsement of Barack Obama.

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Cina's economic concerns

While The US and European economic slowdown has had widespread implications for the rest of the world, China has remained relatively insulated from the crisis. China's middle class can still afford to take their holidays, but economists warn the world's fourth largest economy has its own problems, and wont be a major player in hauling the world out of the financial crisis.

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Obama attracts monster crowds in rallies

Democrat Barack Obama on Sunday pursued his audacious hunt for votes in America's conservative heartland after rallying monster crowds in the Republican "red" state of Missouri with a rousing call for change.

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Come Jam With Blues Traveler

After more than 20 years together, the members of the band Blues Traveler are still churning out rock and roll jams. These hitmakers perform a new song at the Second Cup Caf .

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IMF launches probe into director's affair with employee

The International Monetary Fund has opened an investigation of its director Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his intimate ties to a subordinate employee -- an affair that echoes the scandal that ousted Paul Wolfowitz from the World Bank last year.

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Rushdie says he has no regrets over "Satanic Verses"

The writer, Salman Rushdie was a star guest at the Aix-en-Provence book fair, where he presented his latest novel "The Enchantress of Florence". Rushdie's "Satanic Verses," published 20 years ago, earned him an Islamic death threat and forced him to live in hiding under police protection for nearly a decade.

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Campaign'08 Tensions Rise

As the 2008 presidential election draws near, the animosity has intensified between rival candidates Barack Obama and John McCain. Chip Reid reports on the latest campaign developments.

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Will Low Oil Prices Last?

Motorists are rushing to fill up their tanks, as gas prices have drastically decreased within the last few weeks. But, as Tony Guida reports, dropping oil costs can carry a high price.

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Obama Soars At Fundraising

As he rejected public financing, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has been able to raise a nearly unlimited amount of campaign funds. Thalia Assuras follows the money.

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How Goldman Sachs Survived

While other firms crumbled under the recent U.S. housing and market collapses, powerhouse Goldman Sachs was able to endure. Priya David examines this historic banking giant.

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Harry & William's African Trek

Following in the humanitarian footsteps of their legendary mother, Prince Harry and Prince William have journeyed to Africa in order to help raise funds for orphans. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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American Dream For Rent?

With both the economy and the housing market in turmoil, more and more Americans are looking for residences for rent as an alternative to owning a home. Sandra Hughes reports from Los Angeles.

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Unrest In Sadr City

Residents of Baghdad's Sadr City have faced a lack of adequate resources and clean drinking water until now, as U.S. soldiers have stepped in to help. Randall Joyce reports from Iraq.

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Bush's Financial Crisis Summit

President Bush plans to host a major economic conference with many of Europe's top leaders in order to address the worldwide financial meltdown. Kimberly Dozier reports from the White House.

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'Bon Appetit' Fall Menu

Bon Appetit contributing editor Dede Wilson creates a Chef On A Shoestring three course meal. Watch for roasted chicken, butternut squash, and ginger baked apples. Perfect for autumn!

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Tina Fey On Palin Persona

In a recent appearance on "The Late Show with David Letterman," actress Tina Fey discussed her now infamous impersonation of Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

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