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Monday, October 27, 2008

At Today's Mall- Go Shopping, Get Tattoo

At a mall in northern New Jersey, a tattoo shop is hoping to become the first mall-based chain of tattoo parlors in the country. WSJ's Ann Zimmerman reports. (Oct. 27)

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The True Color of Politics

WSJ's Jerry Seib discusses how race may or may not affect the outcome of the presidential election. (Oct. 27)

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John Legend on His New Album 'Evolver'

John Legend is releasing his third album, "Evolver," which is a deviation from his previous work. But as he explains, "I'm still the same singer, I'm still the same song writer, but we wanted to ... switch things up a bit." (Oct. 27)

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Skills Leaders Need in a Crisis

WSJ's Erin White speaks with Clarke Murphy, who heads the CEO search practice for Russell Reynolds, about the leadership skills necessary to manage through tough times. (Oct. 27)

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New World for Value Investors

Meryl Witmer, 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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What'll You Have, Mate?

Barron's Clare McKeen says that Foster's spent billions in a mostly unsuccessful push into wine. With beer makers disappearing, will it become the next target? (Oct. 27)

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Trading Tips in a Fearful Environment

Mark Eidem, a trading manager with Charles Schwab, discusses the firm's 8-point tipsheet on wise rules for investors. Topping the list: Stick to your plan and use smaller positions than normal. Interview by MarketWatch's Stacey Delo. (Oct. 27)

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Bankruptcy Talk in Overdrive Amid Dismal Detroit Sales

WSJ Detroit Bureau Chief Neal Boudette and WSJ reporter John Stoll discuss the very real possibility of a General Motors Corp.-Chrysler LLC merger amid increasingly poor sales that could send the automakers to the poorhouse. (Oct. 27)

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Bonus Analysis - Undecided Voter

Bob Waffler, the only undecided voter left in this election cycle does an exclusive interview with Politico.

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Stocks Today- Weak Expectations

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about how stocks getting a pass in one critically important trading session and the hope that it will remain persistent. (Oct. 27)

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Interest Rate Pow Wow

Barron's Mike Santoli speaks about the interest rate cut with the Federal Reserve. (Oct. 27)

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How Low Can Oil Go?

Crude can go a lot lower than $63 a barrel, says Phil Flynn, vice president at Alaron Trading. He tells MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi that $50-a-barrel prices aren't out of the question. (Oct. 27)

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Supreme Court Weighs Right to Sue

WSJ's Alicia Mundy summarizes the arguments to be made during a Supreme Court hearing Nov. 3 that may determine whether patients have the right to sue drug companies for deaths or injuries caused by medicines. (Oct. 27)

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Aussie Logic

Barron's David Schutt says that Foster's has not achieved the success in wine than it has had in beer. But if the brewer can pare its products, investors should have reason to celebrate. (Oct.25)

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Roundup 10/27/08

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Ready to Click

Tech companies face uncertainty as their customers batten down the hatches. But real bargains are starting to emerge. (Oct.27)

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Kotecki- 10/27/08

John McCain guarantees a win, Sarah Palin goes rogue, and Ahmadinejad is tired.

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Kotecki- 10/27/08

John McCain guarantees a win, Sarah Palin goes rogue, and Ahmadinejad is tired.

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Bank Stocks Jump After Treasury Infusion

U.S. bank stocks lift the broader financial sector as some of the nation's largest banks received more than $20 billion in Treasury investments, Greg Morcroft reports. (Oct. 27)

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Two Students Killed in Arkansas Campus Shooting

Two students were killed and another injured after a shooting at the University of Central Arkansas. Authorities provide more details. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 27)

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Playback 10/27/08

A final push for Western PA

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Yemen Devastated By Floods

Refugees are airlifted to safety following the most serious flooding in Yemen in decades. The torrential rains left about 100 dead or missing and thousands others homeless. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 27)

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FARC Hostage Flees Captors with Guard

A former Colombian politician who was held captive by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, escapes with the help of his guard. Oscar Tulio Lizcano had been held hostage for eight years. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 27)

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Bankruptcy Talk in Overdrive Amid Dismal Detroit Sales

WSJ Detroit Bureau Chief Neal Boudette and WSJ reporter John Stoll discuss the reality of a General Motors Corp.-Chrysler LLC merger amid increasingly poor sales. (Oct. 27)

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Media Web Minute- Bono as Pundit

U2's frontman and international activist Bono will start writing op-ed pieces for the New York Times, and Jon Friedman is not impressed. (Oct. 27)

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Health- Tough Choices for Treating Breast Cancer

A new and experimental treatment for breast cancer means that patients and doctors must choose treatments based on incomplete research.

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Recession Hits Home

Signs of the economic crisis are everywhere, but how does it affect us personally in our daily lives? Priya David has one family's story.

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Most Valuable Player

Patrick Nicholson has Down Syndrome, but that hasn't stopped him from making a difference as assistant coach for his high school football team. Russ Mitchell has more.

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Don't Rock The Boat

Barack Obama may be ahead in the polls and drawing crowds upwards of 100,000, but he knows that he cannot take his fortunes for granted. Dean Reynolds is with the candidate.

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Investments And The Economy

How can Americans protect their investments during tough financial times? Russ Mitchell speaks with James Awad, investment strategist for Zephyr Management.

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McCain's Last Stand

John McCain knows he is behind in many key states, but that's not stopping him from trying to win support. Chip Reid is traveling with McCain.

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Syria Claims Attack By U.S.

Syrian officials are claiming U.S. helicopters an area near the town of Abu Kamal, killing 8 people. Thalia Assuras is monitoring developments from Washington.

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Problems With Early Voting?

As both candidates show concerns with early voting, officials and voters in 17 states see no problems with the system as nearly 7 million people have already voted. Armen Keteyian reports.

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The US elections seen from Iraq

A snapshot of what Iraqi people think of the US elections and who they think should win.

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Liza Minnelli At The Palace

Only On The Web: CBS News' Itay Hod stopped by the rehearsals for Liza Minnelli's new show, scheduled to open on Broadway at her mother's favorite theater, the Palace, for a limited run.

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Candidates' Closing Arguments

The almost two-year long presidential contest has just eight days left and the candidates are turning their efforts to the industrial Midwest. Karen Brown reports.

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Katie Lee Joel's Pumpkin Fest

There are many reasons why pumpkin is a fall favorite. "The Early Show" contributor Katie Lee Joel shows Harry Smith some tasty dishes from breakfast to dessert.

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Best Thanksgiving Favorites

Real Simple magazine's Kris Connell showed Maggie Rodriguez her product tested top picks for some Thanksgiving favorites.

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Layaway Shopping Back In Style

Maggie Rodriguez sat down with "The Early Show" contributor Vera Gibbons about the pros and cons of layaway shopping in the current struggling economy.

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Consumerism In A Digital Universe

In recent years, virtual worlds have generated millions of real dollars for businesses. Bill Whitaker reports on companies that pour money into creating brand loyalty in a digital universe.

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Disturbing Find In Hudson Case

Police searching for the nephew of actress Jennifer Hudson have found the body of a young boy in an SUV. There is no confirmation on the identity of the body. Drew Levinson reports.

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Researchers say fully artificial heart to be ready by 2011

A fully implantable artificial heart designed to overcome the worldwide shortage of transplant donors will be ready for clinical trial by 2011, according to the French professor behind the prototype.

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HealthWatch

New experimental research finds that the elderly should be getting their flu shots in higher doses. Manuel Gallegus has more.

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A pro-Castro presidential candidate in the US

Gloria La Riva is not a household name, but she will be listed right next to John McCain and Barack Obama on the ballot November 4.

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MoneyWatch

There is an indication that the housing market is finding a much needed boost with home sales up nearly 3% in September. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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The Web Site Appeal

T. Boone Pickens tells Charlie Rose why he is appealing to Americans to sign a pledge on his Web site.

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Not The Retiring Type

He may be 80 years old, but T. Boone Pickens has no plans to slow down. He tells Charlie Rose how he does it.

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Andy Rooney Likes His Job

Andy Rooney likes writing and thinks it's pretty special work, except the trouble is that, with writing, you're always working.

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Saving A Global Treasure

One man is using his great wealth to try to help some of the poorest people in Mozambique by attracting more tourists to the beautiful national park of Gorongosa. Scott Pelley reports.

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Man On A Mission

The oil and gas maven is on a mission to lessen America s dependence on foreign oil. Charlie Rose reports.

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Credit Default Swaps

Steve Kroft examines the complicated financial instruments known as credit default swaps and the central role they are playing in the unfolding economic crisis.

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Hudson Pleas For Nephew

Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson made a public plea for the safe return of her nephew. As Cynthia Bowers reports, the child went missing after Hudson's mother and brother were shot dead in their home.

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Markets Fear World Recession

Asian and European markets continued their record-breaking losses over fears of global recession, reports Sheila MacVicar.

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McCain Plays Defense

Sen. Barack Obama pushed into GOP territory in the final leg of his campaign as Sen. John McCain defended Gov. Sarah Palin over clothing expenditures, reports Jeff Glor.

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Pampering with gold in Bangkok

Thailand is one of the world's top spa destinations and one spa in the capital Bangkok is taking pampering to new heights. It offers luxurious treatments with gold.

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Opening Up Palin's "Closet"

Julie Chen talks with the owner of "Out Of The Closet," Sarah Palin's favorite clothing store in Anchorage, Ak. The owner describes Palin's visits over the last three years.

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Breast Cancer Op Nightmare

Two patients sue a Conn. hospital charging that their surgeon was a known drug addict, reports Maggie Rodriguez. She spoke to patients Robin Lyons, Annette Batkin and their attorney.

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Romney Praises Palin

Mitt Romney tells Harry Smith he supports Gov. Sarah Palin as a first-time candidate and Gov. Tim Kaine from Va. explains why his state may go blue for the first time in years.

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Ark. Reporter Death A Homicide

Melissa Dunbar-Gates, best friend to Anne Pressly, an Arkansas reporter who died from wounds sustained during a robbery, tells Julie Chen the police are doing all they can to find her killer.

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Rock Paper Scissors Champion

Newcomer Monica Martinez beat out hundreds of contestants in the "Rock, Paper, Scissors" world championships. Maggie Rodriguez got the chance to throw a few down with the champ.

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The treasures of Byzantium on show in London

The Royal Academy in London puts on a new exhibition looking at the splendour of Byzantium.

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