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Monday, October 20, 2008

Snapshot America- Dearborn

(Boston Globe) Members of the Arab community in Dearborn, Mich., talk about the upcoming election. (Video: Michael Paulson, Photos: Essdras M Suarez, Producer: Jason Tuohey)

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Snapshot America- Dearborn

(Boston Globe) Members of the Arab community in Dearborn, Mich., talk about the upcoming election. (Video: Michael Paulson, Photos: Essdras M Suarez, Producer: Jason Tuohey)

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McCain's Tax Argument

What does it take for presidential candidate John McCain to catch up with Barack Obama? The answer may lie in a fresh look at Obama's tax policies. (Oct. 20)

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Sorry Chicken Little

Barron's Clare McKeen says the sky over the U.S. is a deep gray, but it isn't falling. Why a deep recession isn't in the cards. (Oct. 20)

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Indonesia's Seaweed Bubble Burst

Take a look inside the collapse of the Indonesian seaweed bubble. WSJ's Patrick Barta reports from Sulawesi. (Oct. 20)

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Emerging Markets Down, Not Out

Josephine Jimenez, veteran investor and manager of the new Victoria 1522 Fund, says there are opportunities in emerging markets for investors who manage expectations and take prudent risks. Jonathan Burton reports. (Oct. 20)

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Enjoying Wine on a Budget

It might be challenging times, but you shouldn't sacrifice a tasty glass of wine. Wine expert Josh Wesson shares some tips. (Oct. 20)

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CBS's Mini Ad Segment

CBS "Insider Edition" host Lara Spencer in a mini advertising segment where she dishes about new Bertolli pasta while talking about CBS shows. (Oct. 21)

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Bonus Analysis - Oct. 20

Another campaign update from the road with Trucker Bob.

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JetBlue's New Terminal

WSJ's Matt Phillips takes a tour of the new JetBlue terminal at JFK Airport with Bill Hooper a principal at Gensler, the architectural firm behind the structure.

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Is the race over?

Politico's Jim VandeHei talks about a scenario where McCain wins...

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Is the race over?

Politico's Jim VandeHei talks about a scenario where McCain wins...

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Obama's money effect

Politico's Ken Vogel on the future of public financing

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Obama's money effect

Politico's Ken Vogel on the future of public financing

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Monday Markets- Investment Opportunities Exist

Michael Cuggino of The Permanent Portfolio Funds says another stimulus plan would be good for the economy but that the devil is in the details. He offers tips for where investors can put their money in this market. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 20)

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On the Trail - October 20

Alexander Burns talks about where the candidates are and what they are talking about for the first part of this week.

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Media Web Minute- Sarah Palin

If the vice-president job doesn't end up panning out, Gov. Sarah Palin's next career move could be to cable TV, according to MarketWatch's Jon Friedman. (Oct. 20)

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Sorry, Chicken Little

Barron's Clare Mckeen says the sky over the U.S. is a deep gray, but it isn't falling. Why a deep recession isn't in the cards. (Oct. 20)

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Stocks Today- Waiting to See Market Tilt

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about the current state of the market and how recent cash infusions have helped small rebounds. (Oct. 20)

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Bernanke- Congress Should Consider Stimulus

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke says lawmakers should consider a second stimulus package to limit the risk of a "protracted" slowdown in the economy. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 20)

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Kotecki- 10/20/08

Colin Powell endorses Barack Obama, and a McCain adviser says Northern Virginia is separate from Real Virginia.

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Kotecki- 10/20/08

Colin Powell endorses Barack Obama, and a McCain adviser says Northern Virginia is separate from Real Virginia.

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Libor Rates Push Lower

The market shows signs of improvement as Libor rates decline, says WSJ's David Gaffen. Plus, a look ahead to a big week in corporate earnings. (Oct. 20)

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Bernanke Before the House Budget Committee

WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath previews Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's testimony before the House Budget Committee. (Oct. 20)

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PGA Rookie Turnesa Takes Timberlake Open

Marc Turnesa claims his first PGA Tour title in the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals For Children Open at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas. (Oct. 20)

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Flood-Hit Chicagoans Seek FEMA Aid

Thousands of Chicago-area homeowners who were hit hard by September's floods seek disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 20)

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Playback 10/20/08

Palin on SNL

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Media Web Minute- Brit Hume

As this Fox News anchor retires, viewers will miss out one of the fairest-minded and most droll on-air personalities, according to MarketWatch's Jon Friedman. (Oct. 20)

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'Sullivan's Travels'

A. O. Scott looks at the 1941 film "Sullivan's Travels" and its commentary on Hollywood's role during the Great Depression.

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Joe The Plumbers Protest

CBS News RAW: A small group of McCain supporters raised plungers and wore T-shirts saying "I'm Joe The Plumber" outside a rally held for Barack Obama in Roanoke, Virginia.

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Presidents I've Met

In the spirit of the presidential election season, Andy Rooney takes a look back on some of the presidents he's met over the years.

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Bad Economy Hurts Charities

With the current economic downfall, corporations and well paid executives are donating less. As Michelle Miller reports, these cut backs leave charities in deep concern for many of those in need.

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Women Clergy Reach Out To Pope

The Catholic Church has long been a mainly male-dominated institution, but female officials from this religion are trying to change this practice. Allen Pizzey reports.

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'Art' Of A Financial Crisis

The ever weakening state of the economy throughout the globe has now struck the art world, as collectors are scrambling to find worthy investments. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London.

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Eye On Child Abandonment Law

Nebraska became the last of 50 states to adopt a Safe Haven law, which decriminalizes the act of abandoning unwanted infants. But, as Kelly Wallace reports, there is a critical loop hole in this law.

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Obama's Record-Breaking Month

For the month of September alone, Barack Obama's campaign raised over $150 million. Obama's campaign opted out of public money, only accepting private donations. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Missing Boy Found In Las Vegas

A missing Las Vegas, Nev. boy was found five miles from the Strip. He was kidnapped by three drug dealers posing as police officers that remain at large. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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McCain, Palin Carry On

John McCain trails his rival candidate in the polls but is finding the silver lining. Meanwhile, Sarah Palin drew notice for her appearance on Saturday Night Live. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Powell- Obama Is Ready

With record-breaking fundraising numbers and a shining endorsement by Republican Colin Powell, things are looking very good for presidential candidate Barack Obama.

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Blood Brothers

Matador Cayetano Ordonez faces death when he s battered by a bull, as Bob Simon reports about him and his brother Francisco - Spain s remarkable bullfighting brothers.

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Bank Of America

Lesley Stahl speaks to bankers about the federal government coming to the aid of America s biggest banks. Shachar Bar-On is the producer.

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Combat In Afghanistan

Enemy combatants for U.S. troops are on the rise in Afghanistan. Lara Logan reports from a forward operating base near Pakistan.

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Free cash for Namibia's poorest

Once a month, the people of Otjivero are being handed 100 Namibian dollars each as part of a unique social experiment. The hope is that the grant, the equivalent of only $14 US, will help lift them out of poverty.

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The Perfect Picnic

Food & Wine magazine Style Editor Jessica Romm shows Chris Wragge the must-haves for a perfect fall picnic.

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Age Of Romance

A new study suggests that men are most romantic at the age of 53. Chris Wragge discusses the study with author Matt Titus and relationship expert Nicole Beland.

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New Cancer Meds Offer Hope

Doctors are investigating cancer cell mutations that can be targeted by new prescription medications. The drugs can offer hope for patients with these mutations.

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The Map To A McCain Win

GOP strategist Ed Rollins points out McCain must-wins on the electoral map that are crucial if he is to be elected president.

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Argentinian-born Italian crowned top chef in France

France's influential GaultMillau guide has named Italian Mauro Colagreco chef of the year for combining French gourmet cuisine with culinary influences from Argentina and Italy.

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Race Rundown- The Powell endorsement

The Obama campaign got good news over the weekend with an endorsement from Colin Powell. The AP's Julie Pace says endorsements don't necessarily equal votes, but it's another sign that the momentum is in Obama's favor. (Oct. 20)

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Finding Monthly Savings

Millions of ordinary Americans are trying to find areas in their household budgets where they can cut spending. Stephanie AuWerter, editor of SmartMoney.com, offers some tips on how to cut back.

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Vegas Kidnapping Investigation

The missing Las Vegas, Nev. boy has been found. Now police are investigating the boy's grandfather, who is thought to have stolen money from drug traffickers. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Gas Prices Plummet

The average price of gasoline across the country has dropped below $3 per gallon. Experts say that if the weather stays constant, gas prices will continue to drop.

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Obama's Triple Threat

Sen. Barack Obama got an endorsement from Gen. Colin Powell, raised a record amount for his campaign and drew 100,000 at a rally, leaving Sen. John McCain squarely as the underdog, reports Jeff Glor.

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Cina's economic concerns

Bai Xue, Vice General Manager, Beijing Golden Crown International Travel Service - Louis Kuijs, World Bank China Economist

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 08-10-08

Sarah Palin Takes Tina Fey's SNL Stage, Republican General Colin Powell Defects To Democratic Camp, McCain Says He Expects He'll Win On November 4. CBS Mobile's Ramy Inocencio has your best hits and jabs in Campaign 2008.

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'I've Loved You So Long'

Kristen Scott Thomas talks about her new film "I've Loved You So Long" in which her character, Juliette, has been estranged from her family for 15 years. She is reunited with her sister after violent circumstances tore them apart.

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Between Peace And Justice

Actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie spoke at the United Nations Council On Foreign Relations urging people to focus their attention on the plight of refugees worldwide.

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New Cancer Meds Offer Hope

Doctors are investigating cancer cell mutations that can be targeted by new prescription medications. The drugs can offer hope for patients with these mutations. Michelle Gillen reports.

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Notebook- Safe Haven

At hospitals in several states, children are allowed to be dropped off with "no questions asked." But are parents misusing the law? Katie Couric comments.

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McCain Defends Robo Calls

John McCain talks about his campaign's robo calls, saying that they provide accurate information about Barack Obama's relationship with Bill Ayers. Watch the full interview Tuesday on The Early Show.

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French food fair goes for innovation

The world's biggest food fair, the SIAL, has opened in Paris, with an emphasis on innovation against the backdrop of an international financial and economic crisis.

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Hiker Rescued After One Week

A rescue dog found granola wrappers which lead him and his handler to an injured hiker who had been missing for one week. Chris Wragge speaks to both the hiker's father and rescuers.

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Foods To Avoid With Drugs

If you take prescription drugs, be sure to avoid the foods that cause unwanted effects, reports registered dietician Keri Glassman. She explains how certain foods mix badly with pills.

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Madonna & Guy's Divorce 411

Guy Ritchie will sign papers preventing him from ever discussing his marriage with Madonna, Katie Nicholl of London's Mail on Sunday tells Maggie Rodriguez.

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Special Conjoined Twins

Brothers who were born holding each other and share a liver, will be separated next year, reports Maggie Rodriguez, who spent a day with them and their parents.

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Modern Bride Of The Year

Maggie Rodriguez talks to Megan Robillard, an Army captain about to be married, who got the chance to appear on the December cover of Modern Bride magazine and editor Antonia Van Der Meer.

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Holocaust Love Story

A Fla. couple who met in a concentration camp later found each other again during a blind date. They're now celebrating 50 years of marriage, reports Kelly Cobiella.

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Brazil cracks down on wildlife trafficking

Brazil is famous for its dazzling wildlife and illegal trafficking in animals is thriving. So, the government is cracking down on smugglers, but it's often an uphill battle.

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French bank chairman quits over 800 million dollar trading loss

The chairman and director general of the French bank Caisse d'Epargne quit over an 800 million dollar derivative trading loss at the height of the global finance crisis.

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Virginia Up For Grabs

The battleground state of Virginia is a toss-up. The large population of military families favor John McCain while those frustrated with high unemployment rates favor Barack Obama.

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Knox May Stand Trial For Murder

American Amanda Knox is waiting to hear whether she will have to stand trial for the murder of her roommate in Italy. In Italy, suspects can be held up to a year before going to trial. Allen Pizzey reports.

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New Cancer Meds Offer Hope

Doctors are investigating cancer cell mutations that can be targeted by new prescription medications. The drugs can offer hope for patients with these mutations. Michelle Gillen reports.

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McCain supporters hit the streets of NYC

The McCain campaign continues, full speed ahead. Young supporters spent the weekend campaigning in Manhattan.

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HealthWatch

A new high-tech prosthetic, called the C-Leg, is making it easier for amputees to live with artificial limbs. Karen Brown reports.

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The Race For Ohio

Only On The Web: What will it take for John McCain to win Ohio? Jeff Greenfield spoke with Mark Naymik, politics reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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