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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Hot Stocks Report- Retail

Retail stocks hit their lowest point in five years, as fears of a recession are ignited. MarketWatch's Andria Cheng reports on how the sector may be heading for its worst holiday season in years. (Oct. 22)

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50,000 Antique Photos

In El Paso, Texas, a local librarian is trying to crack the mystery of 50,000 unidentified antique photos found at a shuttered photo studio. (Oct. 21)

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T-Mobile's Ad for the New G1 Phone

Watch an ad for the new T-Mobile G1. (Oct. 21)

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Pet Store As Art Exhibit

The Village Pet Store is not your regular pet store. As WSJ's Michelle Kung reports, it's a fully-functional art exhibit. (Oct. 21)

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Tesla Motors CEO Talks Cutbacks, IPO

Elon Musk of Tesla Motors talks about the recent cutbacks at Tesla and says an IPO could be likely for the electric-car company next year. Stacey Delo reports from the Dow Jones' Alternative Energy Conference in Redwood City. (Oct. 21)

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False Oil 'Prophets' on Wall Street

WSJ's Dennis Berman and Evan Newmark talk about what's happening on Wall Street and in the economy at large. (Oct. 21)

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A Liberal Supermajority

Editorial-page writer Joe Rago explains just how bad it could get in 2009. (Oct. 21)

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The 'heart says Obama'

(Boston Globe) Barack Obama supporters in Miami talk about their candidate. (By Scott Helman, Globe Staff, 10/21/08)

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The 'heart says Obama'

(Boston Globe) Barack Obama supporters in Miami talk about their candidate. (By Scott Helman, Globe Staff, 10/21/08)

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Soaked Smart Phones Not Necessarily a Lost Cause

Just because you've dropped your smart phone in a puddle, doesn't mean your electronic device is doomed to a waterlogged death. (Oct. 21)

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Congress's New Stimulus Plan

Editorial page senior economics writer Steve Moore explains the looming cost for taxpayers. (Oct. 21)

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Exit Strategy

Some investors are reluctant to buy stocks now. Norm Boone of Mosaic Financial Partners offers advice on where to park cash, but warns that knowing when to jump back into the market is very difficult. Andrea Coombes reports. (Oct. 21)

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Investor Kerkorian Selling Stake in Ford

Billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian is starting to pull out of Ford Motor Co. WSJ's Neal Boudette and Matt Dolan discuss the implications. (Oct. 21)

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Tell Them Why, Jim Martin


Jim Martin voted for what was the largest tax increase in Georgia's history. And Martin voted to increase his own taxpayer funded expense check by 27 percent -- which amounted to a pay increase that he could spend on himself.

More at www.JimMartinFacts.com.

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Honeywell Turbocharges for Fuel Efficiency

Adriane Brown, president and CEO of Honeywell Transportation Systems, takes a ride with WSJ's David Patton in a turbo diesel-equipped Audi and discusses turbocharging technology. (Oct. 21)

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Buy Stocks Now?

Is it time to buy U.S stocks? Alec Young of Standard & Poor's says it's too soon to be sure and cautions that corporate earnings could get worse before they get better. (Oct. 21)

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The Bailout Sparks Americans' Anger

MarketWatch's David Weidner counts himself among those upset about the government's giant bailout package, but he takes a closer look at how Wall Street has changed in the wake of the crisis. (Oct. 21)

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Hot Stocks- Tech Shares Pounded

Technology stocks are getting pounded across the board, with the Morgan Stanley High-tech Index and the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index down more than 2% and the Nasdaq off by half a percent. (Oct. 21)

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Morning Show Roundup 10/21/08

The best of the morning shows

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Kotecki- 10/21/08

Joe Biden predicts an international crisis, socialism is scary, and John Kerry talks about underwear.

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Kotecki- 10/21/08

Joe Biden predicts an international crisis, socialism is scary, and John Kerry talks about underwear.

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Do You Know Jim Martin?


Jim Martin voted for what was the largest tax increase in Georgia's history. And Martin voted to increase his own taxpayer funded expense check by 27 percent -- which amounted to a pay increase that he could spend on himself.

More at www.JimMartinFacts.com.

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Economic Advisers

Politico's Lisa Lerer goes through the list of economic advisers to both Barack Obama and John McCain.

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Treasury Secretary

Politico's Lisa Lerer goes through the list of top economic advisers to both Barack Obama and John McCain to see who might be the next Secretary of the Treasury.

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While Stumping, Candidates Stick to Economy

Presidential candidates Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain tout their economic policies while on the campaign trail. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 21)

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Widespread Disruption as Greeks Strike

Many services are suspended as labor unions in Greece stage a second 24-hour national strike to protest the government's 2009 budget. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 21)

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The Financial Crisis - Who's To Blame?



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McCain Speech 10.21



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Tax Team

Jay Love TV spot on opponent Bobby Bright's relationship with Barack Obama.

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Two Liberals

Cazayoux/Jackson TV Spot "Two Liberals"

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Commuting on Two Wheels

Many Londoners are using a greener way to get to work, especially when looking to cut costs. MarketWatch's Kim Hjelmgaard explains why bicycling to the office is more attractive than ever. (Oct. 21)

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Playback 10/21/08

Real America

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Character


Al Franken's Democrat opponents, Priscilla Lord Faris campaign ad says, "No matter how many millions he spends, it is clear that his history of pornography, degrading women, and minorities and his questionable financial transactions will continue to be the focus..." Democrats across Minnesota agree with her. Al Franken is unfit for office.

More at www.FranklyFranken.com.

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Backpacking & Camping In Style

Want to plan an outdoor family vacation? "Backpacker Magazine" gear editor Kristin Hostetter stops by "The Saturday Early Show" and offers tips for an affordable trip in the wild.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 10-21-08

Testy John McCain talks economy and Sarah Palin w/ Early Show s Harry Smith, Barack Obama takes two days off for grandma, Joe Biden says Obama will be tested with international crisis. CBS Mobile's Ramy Inocencio has your best hits in Campaign 2008.

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MoneyWatch

The Fed is giving over $500 billion to money market mutual funds with the intention of thawing the credit freeze, but it wasn't enough to keep the markets from falling. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Nonprofits suffer in the financial crisis

As a recession sets in for the US, NGOs are feeling the pinch.

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Notebook- Attack Ads

With the presidential election only two weeks away, attack ads need to be substantive and accurate, says Katie Couric. Couric's campaign message is that policies, not patriotism, should be debated.

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John Lithgow's New Kids Book

John Lithgow barks to Harry Smith about his storied career, his latest children's book "I Got Two Dogs" and working with Katie Holmes on Broadway.

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Rubber Ducky, You're The One

More than 10,000 rubber-ducks were released from the Lancaster Bridge in San Antonio, Texas into the Trinity River to promote the Girl Scouts of Texas.

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McCain Supporters Snub Racism

At a rally for John McCain and Woodbridge, Va. several McCain supporters, Christian and Muslim alike, stood up to 3 people who were handing out derogatory bumper stickers against Barack Obama.

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Peer To Peer Phone Porn

Cell phones with cameras make it easy for young people to take and send pornographic photos of themselves. As KOTV's Lori Fullbright reports, it is often done for attention and parents are clueless.

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Obama and McCain Health Care Plans- What You Need to Know

Here are three things to know about the candidates' health care plans: 1) McCain wants to give individuals and families control over health care decisions. Obama wants the government to control health care decisions. 2) McCain wants to expand health care options. Obama wants to limit health care options. 3) Both candidates want to improve quality and lower the cost of health care, but they have different ideas on how to get there.

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Growing Up With Babar

The travels of Babar the Elephant have captured audiences for almost 80 years. Now, the children's books are being celebrated at The Morgan Library and Museum in New York.

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Ousted Thaksin sentenced to two years

A Thai court has found ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra guilty of conflict of interest and sentenced him in absentia to two years in jail, in the first ruling against the exiled multi-millionaire.

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Swords into olive oil- UN helps rebuild Lebanon

UN soldiers in Lebanon, overseeing a ceasefire between Israel and Hezbollah, are also helping the country get back on its feet economically. French UN soldiers recently built an olive oil press and a bakery in the south of the country.

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McCain Focuses On Taxes

Trailing behind Barack Obama in the polls, John McCain has added a new attack to his stump speech and hopes to convince voters that he won't raise taxes. Chip Reid reports.

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Reel To Real- "W."

Reel To Real compares a scene from "W.", the new Oliver Stone film that follows the career of President George W. Bush, to footage of an actual presidential address that took place April 13, 2004.

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McCain Clings To Indiana Lead

Indiana hasn't voted for a Democratic president since the Johnson landslide 44 years ago. This year, Republican John McCain is clinging to a five-point lead. Brian Howey reports.

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Neck And Neck Race In Mo.

In the last presidential election, President Bush easily defeated John Kerry in Missouri. But this year, John McCain and Barack Obama are running neck and neck. Katie Couric reports.

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Gas Prices Drop Significantly

Gas prices haven't been this low since last October. The Energy Department said the national average is now $2.91. As Nancy Cordes reports, drivers are doing double-takes.

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A Different Kind Of Healing

Two wounded veterans of the Iraq War have started a weekly dinner for fellow veterans who have been physically affected by the war. David Martin reports.

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Obama Woos The Sunshine State

The GOP strategy of attacking Barack Obama's character may have backfired as a poll shows more people feel their opinion of him has improved over the last month. Dean Reynolds reports from Tampa, Fla.

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Bernanke Favors Another Boost

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke told Congress the country's economic slowdown could last well into next year. Bernanke is in favor of another stimulus package for Americans. Anthony Mason reports.

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Stakes High In Ohio

There has never been a Republican presidential nominee in history who has won the election without winning Ohio. Jeff Greenfield takes a look at why the Buckeye State is so crucial.

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The Matador, 11 Years Later

Bob Simon talks about Spanish star matador Francisco Rivera Ordo ez, and how he has changed since he first interviewed him 11 years ago.

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Is Coffee Dehydrating?

Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith get a food and nutrition pop quiz from registered dietician Keri Glassman.

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Attacked Ark. Reporter Stable

Residents of Little Rock, Ark., are in shock over anchor Anne Pressly's attack and tell Harry Smith that she is a loving person.

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Countdown To Election Day

Republican and Democratic strategists Kevin Madden and Dee Dee Myers talk to Maggie Rodriguez about the presidential campaign just two weeks before the election.

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Staying Fit When On The Road

Harry Smith gets the skinny on hotel room exercises for busy travelers from celebrity trainer David Kirsch.

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Getting To Know The Palins

Thalia Assuras reports on five things the public may not know about Gov. Sarah Palin and her husband Todd.

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The Power Of Prayer

A Virginia man was left with brain damage after being involved in a motorcycle accident. His chance of recovery was slim but his mother believes prayer helped him defy the odds.

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A Life Lesson In Democracy

Tierney Cahill, a teacher in Reno, Nev. ran for Congress in 2000 so her students could learn democracy. Her book about the experience is being made into a movie, reports Harry Smith.

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NYC's Green Skyscraper

The new Bank of America building in New York City uses sustainable and recycled materials. It also generates two-thirds of its own energy, reports Bianca Solorzano.

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Raising A Child With ADHD

Maggie Rodriguez sits down with Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein to discuss the strain having a child with ADHD can put on a marriage.

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Lost Your Job, Now What?

Mark Strassmann reports on the closing of an Ohio GM plant leaving employees unsure of their future. Maggie Rodriguez talks with CEO John Challenger about advice for those facing a job loss.

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McCain Revels As Underdog

Sen. John McCain talked to Harry Smith about the status of his campaign, and responded to criticism that his campaign has been too negative.

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Crackdown on Lebanese motorists

Putting on seatbelts? Stopping at red lights? Whatever next? Lebanese drivers are trying to cope with a government determined to clean up their road habits.

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Life, In Pictures

Robert Sullivan, Editorial Director of Life Books, discusses the new picture book - "The Classic Collection" - depicting some of "Life" Magazine's most treasured photographs.

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Sarah Silverman "Demented"

Only On The Web: Katie Couric sat down for a recent interview with Comedienne Sarah Silverman.

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Spending In Tough Economic Times

As Peter Allen explains in this London Comment, spending is one way to boost the economy.

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Obama To Break From Campaign

Sen. Barack Obama will leave his campaign for two days to visit his ailing grandmother in Hawaii, reports Jeff Glor.

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McCain Endorses Harry's Song

Harry Smith played his hit country song, "Red State, Blue State Blues" for John McCain and the presidential candidate officially endorsed the song.

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MoneyWatch

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told Congress that another economic stimulus package could give a significant boost to the economy. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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