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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Please Pet the Purring Panhandler

After losing his job, Charlie Perito, 42, trained his cat, Nick, to climb onto his head and balance there. He didn't do it for fun, but rather as a gimmick to panhandle on the streets of New York.

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Bono To Get New York Times Op-Ed Column

The New York Times is giving Bono, the U2 singer and worldwide humanitarian (or is it the other way around?) an op-ed writing opportunity in a gimmick to goose page views on its Web site. Meanwhile, the Times just reported a decline in profits of 51% for the third quarter. (Oct. 27)

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Dial Haiti for Scandal

After eight years, Mary O'Grady finally gets a copy of a controversial Haitian telecom contract. She discusses its contents with Kelsey Hubbard. (Oct. 27)

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Norwegian Fish Farmers Try to Revive Atlantic Cod

Watch how Norwegian fish farmers are leading a movement to revive the Atlantic cod -- the fish that launched Viking expeditions and perhaps the discovery of America. WSJ's John Miller reports. (Oct. 26)

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Cluttered Cubicles Go Lean With 5S Rules

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. 26)

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Norwegian Fish Farmers Attempt to Revive Atlantic Cod

Watch how Norwegian fish farmers are leading a movement to revive the Atlantic cod -- the fish that launched Viking expeditions and perhaps the discovery of America. WSJ's John Miller reports. (Oct. 26)

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Reaction from the Phillies' Late-Night Game 3 Win

Christian Anderson and Ken Rosenthal recap the Phillies' win in Game 3 of the World Series. (Oct. 26)

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Water taxis take Istanbul's commuter strain

Like Venice and New York, Istanbul has discovered the delights of water taxis, which allow commuters in this metropolis of 13 million to beat the traffic across the Bosporus.

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Man Claims Sodomy By NYPD

A 24 year-old man claims he was sodomized by a group of New York City Police officers. WCBS's Carolyn Costello reports.

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Cat's Best Friend

A Jack Russell Terrier named Leo went above the call of duty when he risked his own life to rescue a litter of kittens trapped inside a burning building in Sydney. Ten News' James Wakelin reports.

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France- 'Best' Health Care?

The French health care system has been dubbed "the best in the world." David Turecamo finds out why the French can afford to get sick.

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Perils Of American Health Care

47 Million Americans lack health insurance, and every year more than 20 thousand die because they don't get care. Rita Braver went to South Carolina and met people dealing with this issue every day.

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Quick Check- The Polls

Bob Schieffer spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell of Pa. and Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minn. about Barack Obama's lead in the polls and John McCain's attempts to distance himself from President Bush.

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The Economic Future

Bob Schieffer spoke with policy advisors for Senators Obama and McCain about what solutions are needed for the ailing economy, Wall Street and unemployment.

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Saving Big At The Thrift Store

Many shoppers have been forced to search for bargains as the nation's economy continues to struggle. As Priya David reports, thrift stores have reported massive profit surges over the last year.

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Jennifer Hudson Faces Tragedy

The mother and brother of Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Hudson were shot down in a Chicago home. Now, an Amber Alert has been issued for Hudson's missing nephew. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Victorian Homes Go Green

England's South Coast features plenty of antique Victorian houses, which continue to captivate tourists. As Richard Roth reports, some of these classic homes are becoming environmentally friendly.

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McCain Courts Voters In West

John McCain spent Saturday courting voters in New Mexico, Colorado and Nevada states that went for George Bush four years ago but are now leaning toward Barack Obama. Chip Reid reports.

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Obama Back On Campaign Trail

Sen. Obama campaigned in Nevada after spending time in Hawaii with his ill grandmother. He continued hammering Sen. McCain for his close ties to the Bush administration. Dean Reynolds has more.

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Markets Down, Funds Scrambling

Mutual funds and hedge funds are scrambling for cash to pay back investors who want out, causing stocks to continue to plummet. Michelle Miller reports.

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Under The Radar, 10.25.08

Paris Hilton's latest stunt has the heiress putting her mark on the presidential race, trading in a pantsuit for a bathing suit. Chris Wragge and Priya David discuss this and more wild headlines.

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Ricky Skaggs Reworks Classics

Country music legend Ricky Skaggs performs a song from his latest album, "The High Notes." The singer tells Chris Wragge he likes some of his reworked versions of the classics better.

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The Truth About Fevers

A rising temperature isn't always cause for alarm. Dr. Mallika Marshall gives Chris Wragge some tips on how to gauge the potential danger of a fever.

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A "Spook-tacular" Halloween

FamilyFun Magazine has come up with some creative ways to make a 'spook-tacular' Halloween look at home with the kids. Chris Wragge has more on how to do it.

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Cats Give A "Purr-formance"

Priya David and Chris Wragge get up close and personal with jungle creatures from the Miami Metro Zoo.

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Tailgate On A Budget

Lever House's Chef Bradford Thompson shows Chris Wragge how to make some tailgate fare that won't pack a punch on the wallet.

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