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Friday, October 24, 2008

Hot or Not - Oct. 24

Sarah Palin, Alan Greenspan, Joe McCain, Roger Wicker... who's hot and who's not? Kotecki runs them down.

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Hot or Not - Oct. 24

Sarah Palin, Alan Greenspan, Joe McCain, Roger Wicker... who's hot and who's not? Kotecki runs them down.

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TV Takes a Cue From the Web

Ever wish your television talked back? Well now it does and more. Stacey Delo talks to WSJ's Christopher Lawton about the new ways people are using their TV to be social. (Oct. 24)

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Looking Ahead to Fed, GDP

It's the last full week before the presidential election, with Halloween not the only scary day: Lots of economic data are due to rear their heads. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 24)

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Market Mush

Global markets took a pounding Friday. WSJ's Tom Lauricella talks with colleague Andy Jordan about what's behind the fear. (Oct. 24)

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Skepticism Rules -- Don't Follow Herd

Oscar Schafer, managing partner of OSS Capital Management, says that the way to make money is to be skeptical and not follow the herd. He speaks to Barron's Mark Santoli at the Barron's Art of Successful Investing Conference. (Oct. 24)

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Stocks Today- Reprieve or Delay of Inevitable

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about today's brutal trading session and what to expect going forward. (Oct. 24)

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Tampa Bay Rays' Happy Heckler Hard to Hear

Before the Tampa Bay Rays made the World Series, Robert Szasz's heckles could be heard throughout Tropicana Field. But as more fans come to see the Rays, his shouts that had earned him a cult following are being drowned out. WSJ's Ashby Jones reports. (Oct. 24)

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Exploring Karnataka, One of India's Jewels

Tucked along the Arabian Sea on India's western coast lies one of India's jewels, the largely overlooked seashore in the state of Karnataka. WSJ's Niraj Sheth tours the area that is rich with Hindu legend. (Oct. 24)

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Is Siriano Fierce Enough for Prime Time?

WSJ's Rachel Dodes talks with Project Runway winner Christian Siriano as he reaches for lasting fame. (Oct. 24)

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Politico Playbook

Mike Allen's Politico Playbook

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Politico Playbook

Mike Allen's Politico Playbook

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Palin's Star

Even as Sarah Palin's popularity takes a hit, she will remain a GOP force to be reckoned with, according to WSJ's Jerry Seib. (Oct. 24)

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Moving Past 'Megameltdown'

Markets to keep getting spooked toward Halloween, according to S&P strategist Sam Stovall, who says the decline over the past couple of weeks makes global economic slowdown look deeper than earlier forecast. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Oct. 24)

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A Whole New World for Value Investors

Meryl Witmer, a general partner at Eagle Capital Partners, says at Barron's Art of Successful Investing that she finds several stocks that are around or below book value. (Oct. 27)

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Lottery Vendor Hopes for Obama Jackpot

A Colombian lottery vendor has printed tickets with Sen. Barack Obama's face, even though the Illinois Democrat has opposed a free-trade deal for the country. Courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 24)

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Do Polls Matter?

Politico staffers give their piece of mind on whether or not polls matter.

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Icahn the Barbarian at Lion's Gate?

Barron's John Kimelman speaks about Carl Icahn investing in Lionsgate. (Oct. 24)

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Iraq, U.S. Butt Heads on Troop Withdrawal

U.S. forces have handed over a once-dangerous Iraqi province over to local officials as tension grows over a draft deal that could have U.S. troops out of the country by 2011. Courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 24)

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Housing- What the Bottom Will Look Like

Home sales ticked up in September while prices fell, but a housing bottom, which will be bad, is still a long way off, says Ken Rosen, a real estate economist. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 24)

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Financial Tips for Retirees

Gail Buckner, a retirement specialist with Franklin Templeton, says there are other options than cash for the portfolios of retirees or people close to retirement. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 24)

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Golden Opportunity for Long-term Investors

Scott Black of Adelphi Management, talks about his stringent value standards and what he is willing to look at and buy during the Barron's Art of Successful Investing Conference, (Oct. 24)

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The Week Ahead In Europe

The focus will be on oil prices, financial results and the German economy, which usually acts as a leading indicator for the rest of Europe. MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein explains. (Oct. 24)

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Look Ahead in Asia- Will Earnings Add to Market Pain?

Another rush of key earnings reports hit the region, including PetroChina, Sony, Panasonic, ICICI and Tata Motors. But with few outstanding results likely, there may be little help for the stormy stock markets. Michael Kitchen reports. (Oct. 24)

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NYSE Trader- Markets 'Like Witnessing a Slow Death'

WSJ's Mary Pilon speaks with Jason Weisberg of Seaport Securities Corp. about Friday's plunge. (Oct. 24)

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'I've Loved You So Long'

Watch a clip from the film "I've Loved You So Long." Video courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics. (Oct. 24)

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Hot Stocks- Volatile Market

Most of the U.S. woke up Friday to a global market rout, as stocks across Asia and Europe tumbled. But by midday, things weren't looking quite as bad as many expected. MarketWatch's Chris Noble reports. (Oct. 24)

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'Synecdoche, New York'

Watch a scene from the upcoming film, "Synecdoche, New York." Courtesy Sony Pictures Classic. (Oct. 24)

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It All Comes Down to End of Day

Barron's Mike Santoli talks about the market today and how we have not seen the capitulation that everyone is looking for. He says only the last hours of today's trading will tell what's in store. (Oct. 24)

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Coast


We know Ronnie Musgrove's dismal record as Governor hurt Mississippi jobs, and left the state with a $700 million deficit. But the Mississippi Gulf Coast really suffered under Musgrove.

While Ronnie Musgrove was Governor, the annual unemployment rate along the Gulf Coast increased by more than forty-two percent.

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.

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So Much for a Good Friday

WSJ's Andy Jordan and Mark Gongloff speak about what's going on in the market today and why we haven't seen the bottom yet. (Oct. 24)

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Kotecki- 10/24/08

The stock market continues to tank, John McCain defends Sarah Palin�s clothes, and hey, how about a Joe the Plumber tour?

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Kotecki- 10/24/08

The stock market continues to tank, John McCain defends Sarah Palin's clothes, and hey, how about a Joe the Plumber tour?

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Where's Musgrove?


Democrats Ronnie Musgrove of Mississippi and Jim Marshall of Georgia filmed campaign ads at what appears to be the same exact location. Why is a politician from Mississippi cutting ads in the same place as a politician from Georgia?

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Retailing Inside the Beltway

How are Washington, D.C., specialty shops faring in the economic slowdown? MarketWatch's Ruth Mantell finds a few optimists at some new boutiques in Adams-Morgan. (Oct. 24)

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Big Pharma Turns to Democrats

WSJ's Alicia Mundy discusses how the pharmaceutical industry is switching its lobbying efforts in order to adjust to the prospect of a stronger Democratic control of Congress. (Oct. 24)

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Morning Roundup 10/24/08

Things get rather testy on Fox News

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The World Series Even at One Apiece

At a World Series press conferences with the Phillies and the Tampa Bay Rays, managers of both teams discuss how they've been playing and their strategies. Courtesy FoxSports.com (Oct. 24)

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Playback 10/24/08

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Food, politics mix at famous North Carolina BBQ

The Mallard Creek BBQ is an institution in Charlotte, NC. Every year since 1929 hungry North Carolinians meet to eat pulled pork sandwiches, Brunswick stew and meet and greet local and state politicians.

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Ladies and Gentlemen



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Smiley on Obama

Jon Friedman sits down with talk-show host Tavis Smiley to discuss the upcoming presidential election. (Oct. 24)

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Looking for an Upturn in 2009

Jerre Stead, chief executive officer of database and consulting firm IHS Inc., says a possible upturn in the economy may come in the second half of next year. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi reports. (Oct. 24)

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A longshot that could make history

Dr. Deborah Honeycutt is running for Congress in Georgia, in the South of the United States. She would be the first black Republican congresswoman in history, but she doesn't want the race to be all about race.

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Notebook- MP3 Players

Beyond the annoyance of hearing your neighbor's playlist on the train, listening to music too loud can cause long term hearing loss. Katie Couric has more.

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Taking Love For Granted

Robi Ludwig from Cookie magazine and Finesse Mitchell from Essence magazine talk to Harry Smith about how to make time for love in the busy lives men and women lead today.

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Mena Suvari On New Films

Actress Mena Suvari opens about about her new films, "Sex and Lies in Sin City" and "The Garden of Eden" and what it's like working with a few Hollywood heavyweights.

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Saving A Natural Wonder

U.S. entrepreneur Greg Carr has a plan to help the poor in Mozambique by reviving one of the continent's most important national parks.

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$5 Million Bra Dazzles

Supermodel Adriana Lima models a $5 million bra for the Victoria's Secret holiday catalogue. The bra was created by renowned celebrity jeweler Martin Katz.

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McCain Warns Middle Class

CBS News RAW: At a noisy rally in Colorado, John McCain said that if his Democratic rival Barack Obama is elected along with a Democratic Congress the middle class is going to feel the pain of increased taxes.

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Racist Obama Campaign Signs?

Oregon resident Walter Powers has posted controversial political signs on his property. One sign reads, "Got white guilt? Vote Hussein Osama Biden." K-VAL's Elissa Harrington reports.

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Sarah Palin Look-A-Likes Bare All

Caught On Tape: A Las Vegas men's club hosted a Sarah Palin look-a-like pageant where contestants were judged on their debating skills and how they looked in a swimsuit.

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Doctors Commonly Give Placebos

A recent study shows doctors prescribe pills to patients for the benefit of "the placebo effect" almost fifty-percent of the time. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel from the NIH explains to Harry Smith.

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Stressful times call for deep relaxation

After 30 years of research, a London psychologist claims to have found just what it takes to relax anguished clients. Just in time for City of London executives to find relaxation from the stressful impact of the world's financial crisis.

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Sarkozy voodoo dolls become bestsellers

A Nicolas Sarkozy voodoo doll has become a bestseller, despite the president's bid to get the book and accompanying doll banned. The French President is suing the company that sells the dolls.

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Notebook- Palin's Wardrobe

Katie Couric has an idea for Governor Sarah Palin's six-figure wardrobe. Couric proposes that Palin donate her pricey duds if and when she no longer needs them.

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HIV Scare Hits High School

A St. Louis, Mo. school district says as many as 50 students may have been exposed to the virus. Harry Smith talks to Normandy School District Superintendent Stanton Lawrence.

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McCain Running Out Of Time

Polls suggest time is running out for Sen. John McCain to make one of his famous comebacks, reports Jeff Glor. But "Face The Nation's" Bob Schieffer warns Harry Smith polls can be wrong.

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Tokyo stocks plunge 9.6 percent to five-year low

Japan's Nikkei stock index plunged 9.60 percent, ending below the key 8,000-point level for the first time in more than five years as worries grew about weak corporate earnings.

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Return Of The Zeppelin

Over 70 years after the notorious Hindenburg disaster, Zeppelin airships are finally making a comeback. As John Blackstone reports, a whole new design has been created for modern passenger travel.

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The Fight Against Extremists

For both candidates the idea of capturing Osama Bin Laden would mean success in the fight against Islamic extremists, but there is much more to the equation. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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Is Good Credit Good Enough?

Potential car buyers are finding they need perfect credit in order to get a low-interest loan with the car industry in the midst of a credit freeze. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Dialing And Driving Don't Mix

A new program, "Drive-Assist," has been created to disable a cell phone if it detects driving motion, preventing people from chatting on the phone while driving. Daniel Sieberg has more.

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Obama Draws Big Crowds

States like Illinois, Michigan, and Minnesota are shifting towards Barack Obama and he certainly felt the love during a stop in Indiana. Dean Reynolds reports.

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McCain's Joe The Plumber Tour

GOP presidential candidate John McCain has started his "Joe The Plumber Tour" in an effort to connect with middle class swing voters. Chip Reid reports from the McCain campaign trail.

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Greenspan Grim On Economy

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan says that the U.S. is in a "credit tsunami," as the housing crisis could continue for the next several months. Anthony Mason reports from New York.

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Halloween Makeup For Adults

Dressing up for Halloween does not have to be just for kids. MAC Cosmetic Makeup Artist Keri Blair gives Harry Smith some tips on how to spice up your Halloween look.

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Chesney Says Album Is Personal

Harry Smith interviews country music star Kenny Chesney about his new album, Lucky Old Sun, and what inspired the music that the artist says is more personal than ever.

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Kenny Chesney- Down The Road

Country music star Kenny Chesney performs 'Down the Road' from his latest album, Lucky Old Sun. He says this is his most personal album yet.

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Cast Of High School Musical 3

Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and Corbin Bleu, stars of "High School Musical 3," tell Maggie Rodriguez about graduating from the Disney hit movies but remaining friends for life.

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How the crisis is hitting the real economy

Companies worldwide are reporting weak results because of the ongoing financial crisis, air traffic is falling while stock markets continue to suffer because of fears of a prolonged recession.

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Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven

Kenny Chesney's latest album, "Lucky Old Sun," hits shelves, and he performs his new single "Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven."

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Kristin Scott Thomas On B'way

Oscar nominee Kristin Scott Thomas has a film career in French and English films, she tells Maggie Rodriguez. Now she's starring in a Russian play, "The Seagull" on Broadway.

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Dieters Go Bananas For Bananas

A fad diet in Japan has those who want to lose some weight going bananas in the morning. The diet calls for bananas and lukewarm water for breakfast and whatever you want for the rest of the day.

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Taking a look in the mirror

The exhibition 'Body Worlds and the Mirror of Time' opens for its world premiere in London. It features a presentation on the human life cycle and more than 300 plastinates ?specimens preserved through a process invented by Dr Gunther von Hagens.

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Democrats Show In Early Voting

Democrats and African Americans are coming out for early voting this election while Republicans say they're counting on absentee ballots that are not factored into the early vote tally.

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DriveAssist To Halt Car Calls

The number of accidents by drivers using cellphones prompts a hi-tech solution, reports Daniel Sieberg. Two parents behind the DriveAssist device, who lost their own son, talk to Maggie Rodriguez.

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