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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Anarchy, In Lenny's Name

The Lenny Bruce Comedy Club, in the basement of the Yippie Museum on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village, gives comedians a forum for their best left-wing repertoire.

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Mossberg Reviews New MacBook

Walt Mossberg weighs in on the new Apple MacBook, saying, "I like it a lot." Among the latest features: an innovative track pad. (Oct. 23)

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Bill Gates to Fund 104 Researchers

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announces their plans to fund 104 researchers around the world. Rob Guth explains the impetus. (Oct. 22)

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Earnings Doom Stocks

Even after billions of dollars in government bailouts around the world, the credit crisis has led companies to post and forecast weak earnings. Chris Noble reports. (Oct. 22)

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Kids on the Campaign Trail

Adults aren't the only ones paying attention to all the campaign rhetoric. Children are picking up phrases and tactics from the Presidential trail and using them to stump for student office. (Oct. 23)

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More Voters Comfortable with Obama

Barack Obama has a double-digit lead in the presidential race, a new poll shows, with voters saying they're now comfortable with his values, background and ability. WSJ's Laura Meckler reports.

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Johnson & Johnson -- Too Cheap to Ignore

When shares of the great health-care products company Johnson & Johnson become this inexpensive, it's time to consider buying, Barron's Johanna Bennett reports. (Oct. 22)

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Cluttered Cubicles Go Lean With 5S Rules (Spanish)

See how employees at Kyocera's North American headquarters in San Diego declutter their cubicles by following a workplace organization practice known as 5S. WSJ's Julie Jargon reports. (Oct. 29)

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Chanel's Mobile Art Container Opens

Karl Lagerfeld arrives for the opening of Chanel's Mobile Art Container in New York City, despite a bleak economic backdrop. Elva Ramirez reports. (Oct. 22)

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Earnings Figures Drag Down Markets

Barron's Bob O'Brien discusses should investors be that nervous over third quarter earnings figures. (Oct 22.)

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The Next Real Estate Boom

Editorial writer Leslie Hook says China is taking steps toward private ownership. (Oct. 22)

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Mortgage Bankers Talk Foreclosure

The record number of foreclosures is the topic of conversation at the Mortgage Bankers Association in San Francisco. Amy Hoak reports. (Oct. 22)

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A World View of U.S. Crisis

How does the world view the U.S. financial crisis? WSJ reporters went out on the street to find out. (Oct. 22)

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Alabama hopeful brings up the sheikhs?

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Cassidy for Congress

This congressional hopeful gets his whole family -- and a poncho -- involved.

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Tale of Two Internet Giants

While Google's profit beat expectations, Yahoo sought to comfort investors with news of significant job cuts. Citibank analyst Mark Mahaney helps to put the Net giants' numbers into perspective. John Letzing reports. (Oct. 22)

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Pressure on Biomedical Research Funding ASK THE EXPERT

CAP's Rick Weiss on how the financial crisis has worsened the strain on biomedical research and what the next president and Congress can do about it.

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As the Market Turns- Lovable Losers

Barron's Clare McKeen says that when the market rebounds, consider a basket of "cheap losers" -- businesses selling at discounted prices. (Oct. 23)

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Historic Voyage for the QE2

Cunard's Queen Elizabeth 2, the world-famous ocean liner, bids farewell to America with one final call to New York. MarketWatch's Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Oct. 22)

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A Prize Called Ig

Real science and technology research makes people laugh, then think. WSJ's Andy Jordan heads to the Ig Nobel Awards at Harvard. (Oct. 22)

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Kotecki- 10/22/08

Republics give the Palins mad cash for clothes, John McCain agrees that western PA is horrible, and candidates turn to robots to get the edge.

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Kotecki- 10/22/08

Republics give the Palins mad cash for clothes, John McCain agrees that western PA is horrible, and candidates turn to robots to get the edge.

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The Politics of Style

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As Everyone Exits, Insiders Arrive

Executives in many industries are snapping up their own stock. Potential values in this decimated market? (October 22)

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Republicans Fear Repercussions of a McCain Loss

Seven Senate seats, currently occupied by Republicans who are retiring, are open battlegrounds. If Sen. John McCain loses the presidential election, Republicans fear those seats will switch hands. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 22)

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Snags Amid Early Voting in Florida

Voters turn out in droves to cast their ballots ahead of Election Day, but some Florida voters encountered glitches. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 22)

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RNC spends $150,000 on Palin

RNC spends $150,000 on Palin

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Playback 10/22/08

So is it the Rays or the Phillies?

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HealthWatch

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has just released national figures on the first federal study regarding kids and allergies. Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.

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Study hard and make some quick cash

Inner-city middle school students in Washington D.C. are seeing the fruits of their labor: The harder they study, the more money they make.

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Notebook- Rise In Suicide Rate

A new report shows the first suicide rate increase in a decade. Behind the startling headline is a rise in suicide by middle-aged, white women. Katie Couric comments.

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Sister Emmanuelle, France's 'Mother Teresa' laid to rest

France paid tribute Wednesday to Sister Emmanuelle, a well loved 99-year-old nun who dedicated much of her life to the poor in Egypt and in her homeland. Two contrasting ceremonies were held: a small-scale burial in her home town of Callian and a requiem mass in Paris' Notre Dame cathedral.

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The Palestinians' first rugby team

The Beit Jala Lions, formed a year ago, are the first ever Palestinian rugby team. They train twice a week and hope to take on teams elsewhere in the Middle East, and one day even Israel, in a sporting contribution to the peace process.

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Cameras and guns target Namibia's big cats

Game spotting and game hunting are both big business in Namibia. Farmers, struggling to make money from cattle, are no longer shooting predators like Cheetah and Leopard - they are selling them to wildlife parks or even calling in the hunters.

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CNET On Apple & Yahoo Latest

CNET's Charles Cooper, Tom Krazit and Stephen Shankland discuss the economy's latest effect on Apple shares and Yahoo's recent layoffs.

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Stress-Relieving Aids

Maggie Rodriguez and David Greg review products from massagers to Wii Fit that can help you relax.

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Age Inappropriate Costumes

Family therapist Jane Greer shares advice with Maggie Rodriguez for parents who have concerns about the selection of children's costumes geared towards sex.

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Pregnancy After Adoption

Michelle Gielen reports on a couple with fertility problems who got pregnant after adopting. Maggie Rodriguez sat with fertility experts to discuss the probability of pregnancy after adoption.

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Lee Ann Womack Sings New Hit

Lee Ann Womack dropped by "The Early Show" to perform "Last Call," the first single from her new album "Call Me Crazy."

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Branson Sails For World Record

Sir Richard Branson, billionaire thrill-seeker and philanthropist, hopes to break the speed record for sailing the Atlantic, reports Harry Smith.

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Philip Seymour Hoffman's New Film

Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener and Charlie Kaufman of "Synecdoche" speak on the making of the film.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 10-22-08

Palin spends $150,000 for designer duds, McCain trails ten points behind Obama, Biden broadsides McCain's robocalls, Obama convenes foreign policy summit in Virginia. Ramy Inocencio has your best hits and jabs in Campaign 2008.

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U.S. Embassy In London To Move

The American embassy in London spent $15 million on security upgrades after 9/11. But now it's looking to move and some neighbors are glad to see it go. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Tour de France 2009 unveiled

Tour de France chiefs on Wednesday unveiled the tour's itinerary in 2009.

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Italy's oil bonanza does little for locals

This region in southern Italy boasts the greatest oil and gas reserves in continental Europe, covering six percent of Italy's energy needs. But the economic benefits for locals are limited.

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Organic food, Egyptian style

Organic food is gaining a foothold in Egypt, contradicting the notion that sustainable agriculture is only for rich countries. Already well-established in the export market, organic food is now also selling well in local markets.

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India launches first moon mission

India has successfully launched its first lunar mission, marking a major boost for the country's space programme and a new step in the fast-developing Asian space race.

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The Price Tag For Politics

The RNC is being criticized for buying designer duds for Sarah Palin while the rest of the country goes without, reports Meg Oliver.

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Hiker Survives 1,000-Foot Fall

Harry Smith talks with hiker Derek Mamoyac, who was missing for five days after falling 1,000 feet and breaking his ankle while attempting to climb Mount Adams in Washington state.

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McCain Avoids Bush In Campaign

Early on it seemed that President George W. Bush would join Sen. John McCain on the campaign trail. As Bill Plante reports, once Mr. Bush's approval rating dropped, he was dropped by McCain.

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Monitoring Kids Via Phones

CNET's Natali Del Conte explains to Maggie Rodriguez how parents can use cellphone trackers and monitors to checkup on their kids.

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A Discussion Of Women's Issues

Harry Smith spoke with Calif. first lady Maria Shriver and human rights activist Cherie Blair. Shriver is the host of the annual Women's Conference, a platform for women's issues.

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Swing State Showdown

Sen. John McCain plans to visit three swing states in one day as several polls show him behind Sen. Barack Obama by double digits, reports Jeff Glor.

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India worried about drop in foreign investment

India is concerned about the impact of the global financial crisis on foreign investment but the country's weak infrastructure and infamous bureaucracy are damaging the economy.

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McCain Courts "Keystone State"

Falling behind in the polls, John McCain is hoping to win some blue states and his first stop is Pennsylvania. Chip Reid has more.

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Obama Tackles The Economy

With two weeks before Election Day, Barack Obama is confronting the economic crisis as well as helping to care for his grandmother who has fallen seriously ill. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Where They Stand- Jobs

With the economy positioned as the top concern among voters, Barack Obama and John McCain try to tackle a rising unemployment rate. Jim Axelrod finds out Where They Stand on job creation.

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Don't Breakdown, Break Things

Frustration flies, literally, at the Smash Shack in San Diego, a business where if you buy it you can break it. Ben Tracy reports.

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Bad Economy, Bad Health?

A new survey shows 1 in 3 Americans have had trouble paying medical bills in the past year. And nearly half say a family member had to cut back on necessary health care. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Reality Check- Tax Breaks

John McCain says that Barack Obama's proposed tax cuts are really just government giveaways, but is that really the case? Wyatt Andrews gives the candidates a reality check.

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