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Thursday, October 23, 2008

A Musical Road Trip

Watch a video from Honda Motor describing the making of a road in Lancaster, Calif., that plays the William Tell Overture when you drive over it. (Oct. 24)

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Greenspan Shocked

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan says he is shocked at the failures of the financial system that led the U.S. economy to the brink of disaster. MarketWatch's Rex Nutting explains. (Oct. 23)

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Experiencing Teitur and 'The Singer'

WSJ's Craig Winneker talks with Scandinavian singer-songwriter Teitur about the craft of songwriting, challenges of performing in English and the making of his new album, "The Singer." (Oct. 23)

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Tastings- Oregon Pinot Noir Worth a Try

WSJ wine-tasting columnists John Brecher and Dottie Gaiter typically split on Oregon pinot noir, but the couple has recently come together on the red wine -- and for good reason. (Oct. 23)

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Mossberg on the MacBook

Is Apple's new MacBook worth the price tag? WSJ's Walt Mossberg gives us his take. (Oct. 23)

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Soaked Smart Phones Not Necessarily a Lost Cause (Spanish)

Just because you've dropped your smart phone in a puddle, doesn't mean your electronic device is doomed to a waterlogged death. (Oct. 23)

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Scene from- 'Changeling'

Watch a clip from "Changeling," a new movie starring Angelina Jolie. (Oct. 23)

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Investors May Want to Get 'Defensive'

Barron's Online's Naureen Malik explains why Exxon Mobil might be the right choice for investors. (Oct. 23)

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What It Takes to Get a Mortgage

Lenders are back to looking at a borrower's cash, credit, income and job stability before offering a mortgage, Steve Jacobson of Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp. says. Amy Hoak reports. (Oct. 23)

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Senate Hearing Focuses on Homeowners

WSJ's Damian Paletta walks us through the measures being considered by the U.S. government to help homeowners facing foreclosure. (Oct. 23)

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Wildfire Burns in Los Angeles

Wildfire forces officials to close freeway in Los Angeles, disrupting the morning commute. Courtesy Reuters. (Oct. 23)

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Fanning the Rumor Mill

A new survey reveals workers know little of how the financial crisis will affect their company and their jobs. As Weber Shandwick's Harris Diamond explains, that's because company leaders aren't talking to them. (Oct. 23)

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Oil To Hug $60

Charles Perry of Perry Management says that in six months oil prices are likely to be trading around $60 a barrel -- about where they are now -- as demand erodes and speculators flee the market.

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Greenspan 'Shocked' by Breakdown

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan said he was "shocked" by the breakdown in the credit system and told Congress the crisis was once in a century. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 23)

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Taking Stock of Job Losses

Andrew Reina of Ajilon Finance Solutions discusses the depth and breadth of unemployment rippling through the U.S. economy. Interview with Kelsey Hubbard. (Oct. 23)

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Not so fast, the race isn't over

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Clean Energy, the Down and Dirty Truth

Dow Jones Newswire columnist Simon Constable looks at the truth behind clean energy, whether wind and solar energy is as clean as some claim it is. (Oct. 23)

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Cole Hamels Leads Phillies to Victory

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels helped his team defeat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2 in Game 1 of the World Series. Ken Rosenthal and Christian Andersen provide analysis. Video courtesy of Fox Sports. (Oct. 23)

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Young Republican in the room

George Washington University Republicans are showing their support for John McCain and holding steady to conservative values.

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Florida Faces Record Voter Turnout

Unprecedented early turnout at the polls in Florida has left some voters concerned that their voices will go unheard in this year's presidential election. Courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 23)

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Hot Stocks Report- Airlines

Shares of major carriers take a hit Thursday, after volatile fuel expenses contributed to quarterly losses at U.S. Airways, JetBlue and AirTran. MarketWatch's Christopher Hinton reports. (Oct. 23)

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Kotecki- 10/23/08

I turn 23, and John McCain is possibly endorsed by terrorists.

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I turn 23, and John McCain is possibly endorsed by terrorists.

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Calculating Tax Losses in Losing Stock Positions

Michael Schwartz, of Oppenheimer & Co. at the Barron's Art of Successful Investing, discusses how to harvest tax losses in losing stock positions. (Oct 23)

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Media Web Minute- 'Barbarians" still relevant today Barbarians at the Gate, the classic business yarn that chronicles the 1988 takeover battle for RJR Nabisco, is full of relevance and nostalgia, says Jon Friedman. 99

MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters travels to Belfair, S.C., to talk to real-estate agents about the housing market in their luxury gated golf community. (Oct. 23)

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People Still Buying the 'Resort Lifestyle'

MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters travels to Belfair, S.C., to talk to real-estate agents about the housing market in their luxury gated golf community. (Oct. 23)

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Economic Recovery Could Take Years

Felix Zulauf, of Zulauf Asset Management at the Barron's Art of Successful Investing, warns corporate earnings will fall more than expected and painful deleveraging economic process could last 5-to-8 years. (Oct.23)

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Hatin' Palin

Daniel Henninger discusses the "cheap shots" taken at Sarah Palin and highlights some problems with the political system. (Oct. 23)

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Kotecki - Palin-Style Make-over

After hearing of the RNC's make-over of Sarah Palin, James brings in a fashion consultant to help him revamp his wardrobe.

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Charles Schwab Is Well-Positioned

Ron Baron, of Baron Capital at the Barron's Art of Successful Investing, discusses why he feels Charles Schwab is currently well-positioned in this market. (Oct. 23)

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Is This A Recession?

CBS News RAW: At a hearing on a new stimulus package, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was asked whether the U.S. is in a recession. His answer: it doesn't matter.

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McCain Deflects Palin Critique

In Full: Sen. John McCain sat with Harry Smith in Missouri to respond to criticism about the negativity in his campaign, his choice of Sarah Palin as a running mate and his health.

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Layaway No Longer Passe

A trend popularized during the Great Depression is making a comeback as more and more consumers are placing purchases on layaway amid tough economic times. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Rise In Kids' Food Allergies

Proving what parents and doctors already know, the CDC has released a report showing a rise in children's food allergies. Dr. Jon Lapook reports.

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Eye To Eye- Obama And McCain

Katie Couric asks presidential candidates, and rivals, Barack Obama and John McCain what strengths and weaknesses they think of one another and when was the last time they each cried.

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Rx Drugs Under Fire

The Institute for Safe Medication Practices reports that deaths linked to prescription medications, such as Chantix and Heparin, have hit an all time high. Sharyl Attkisson investigates.

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McCain Calls On Plumber Joe

GOP presidential candidate John McCain has mentioned the now infamous "Joe The Plumber" at nearly every single one of his campaign event appearances over the last several weeks. Chip Reid reports.

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Another Wall Street Swoon

The Dow plunged to the same lows as two weeks ago amid growing concerns of a global recession. And economists say things won't get any better for at least the next six months. Anthony Mason reports.

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Obama On The Defensive

John McCain saw an opening after Joe Biden's comments about an impending international crisis to test Barack Obama as commander in chief. Dean Reynolds reports on Obama going on the defensive.

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Palin's Pricey Wardrobe

She may wish to portray a "Joe Six-Pack" persona to voters, but as Nancy Cordes reports, Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has spent six figures on her wardrobe in the last 3 months.

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Candidates Appraise Each Other

What do the presidential candidates think their opponent's greatest strengths and weaknesses are? Katie Couric finds out from McCain and Obama themselves in the series "Presidential Questions."

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Obama Gets Candid

CBS News Exclusive: Barack Obama sits down with Harry Smith and talks candidly about, among many other things, the passing of his late mother.

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What Makes The Candidates Cry?

When was the last time Barack Obama and John McCain cried? Katie Couric finds out what brought the candidates to tears.

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Asian shares plunge over global recession fears

Japan and other Asian stock markets tumble, tracking falls on Wall Street. Japanese stocks hit the lowest level in more than five years before rebounding in later trading.

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It s Prized, But Is It Art?

The Turner Prize is one of the art world s most coveted awards, but not everyone is impressed with the entries. One tough critic guides Elizabeth Palmer through the maze of modern art.

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Natalie Cole's Health Battle

Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart sat down with Natalie Cole to discuss her diminishing health. The singer contracted Hepatitis C due to past drug use.

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Global stock prices hit hard again

Deepening fears of a global recession ensured another battering for the world's stock markets Thursday as governments stepped up efforts to restore banking sector confidence.

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Fishhook successfully extracted from shark's stomach

A fishhook has successfully been taken out of a shark's stomach in an operation that's thought to be a world first.

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The life and times of Annie Leibovitz

Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz is the guide for a visit to the National Portrait Gallery's show of her work, "A Photographer's Life, 1990-2005."

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Early Voting And The Election

Several states have opened their polls for early voting, but what effect will these votes have on the election? David Mark, Sr. Editor at Politico, weighs in.

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Paris art fest kicks off

The Paris Contemporary Art Fair, known as the FIAC, kicked off on Thursday with the 189 galleries present hoping that the ongoing international financial crisis will not ruin their chances of good sales.

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Edward Norton Family Drama

Pride and Glory explores familial relationships inside the NYPD. Actor Edward Norton explains his latest role to Harry Smith.

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Recipes With Pomegranate Punch

Bon Appetit magazine's Dede Wilson showed Harry Smith how easy and healthy it can be to add pomegranate seeds to a variety of recipes.

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Laws Of Attraction

Medical Mysteries: Michelle Gielan reports on the science of attraction, from the natural scent of a partner to tests that check for compatible immune systems.

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How To Look Good In Pictures

Carson Kressley of Queer Eye For The Straight Guy showed Maggie Rodriguez poses and tips for how to accentuate the right features and look great in pictures.

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Harry's Blues- Bipartisan Hit

Harry Smith's musical debut currently on the country/blues charts, "Red State, Blue State Blues," got a key endorsement from Sen. John McCain last week, and now this week from Sen. Barack Obama.

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Candidates Hit Battlegrounds

Sen. Barack Obama rallies in Indiana before visiting his grandmother, while Sen. John McCain covers Florida.

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Ark. Anchor Clings To Life

Arkansas news anchor Anne Pressly remains in critical condition, and the search continues in finding her perpetrator. Maggie Rodriguez talks to her colleague and a fmr. FBI agent about the case.

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Congressional Musical Chairs

Michael Crowley of The New Republic shows Maggie Rodriguez how seats in the Senate and House Of Representatives may change from Republican to Democrat.

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Recession Fears Dominate Globe

Asian markets took the biggest tumble as uncertain investors worldwide feared recession, reports Mark Phillips. Fox Business Network's Liz Claman explains to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Groceries Get Downsized

Producers of most products have slimmed down their products while charging the same price, a response to tough economic times, reports Susan Koeppen.

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Changeling is Clint Eastwood's latest film

Changeling starring Angelina Jolie is American director Clint Eastwood's newest film. Jolie, the mother of a kidnapped child, stands up to corruption in the LAPD in the 1920s.

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Obama Talks Politics, Baseball

In Full: Senator Barack Obama talked to Harry Smith about the campaign, also he gave Harry a critique and an endorsement of "Red State Blue State Blues," Harry's country hit song.

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Leasing The American Dream

Only On The Web: As many Americans continue to face increasingly difficult economic hardships and foreclosures, renting a residence has now emerged as a new alternative to owning home.

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Cold Encounters

See Sen. John Kerry look past his nemesis, Swiftboat ad backer T. Boone Pickens, at this year's DNC. Charlie Rose profiles Pickens this Sunday on 60 Minutes, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Polling- Behind The Numbers

Only On The Web: A look at the way CBS polls are conducted. While all polls have a margin of error, they are still believed to be an accurate way of measuring public opinion.

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