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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Road to Victory - Oct. 28



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Dems Reaching Out to Rural Republicans

The Obama campaign is reaching out to Democrats in reliably Republican counties in North Carolina. WSJ's Christopher Rhoads reports. (Oct. 28)

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Budweiser 'Whassup' Ad

Watch Budweiser's "Whassup" advertisement. (Oct. 28)

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In Your Wallet- Puzzlemasters

Puzzlemasters Will Shorts and Maki Kaji show us what's in their wallets. (Oct. 28)

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Fed Aims to Cushion Economy

WSJ's Sudeep Reddy discusses the likelihood of a rate cut by the Federal Reserve, saying it has little choice but to try to put some cushion under a weakening economy. (Oct. 28)

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Don McGahn on Guitar

Don McGahn, chairman of the Federal Election Commission, plays guitar at Fager's Island in Ocean City, Maryland on Aug. 8. (Oct. 28)

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Fighting Child Obesity One Bite at a Time

To combat child obesity, parents are looking to give their children a more active role in cooking. The result, they hope, is a more conscious eater. WSJ's Michelle Kung reports. (Oct. 28)

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Congress and Tax Relief

Tax Report columnist Tom Herman sits down with Sen. Judd Gregg (R., N.H.) to talk about the chances of a special session in Congress to deal with tax relief. (Oct. 28)

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Wall Street's Income Secret

Barron's Online Avi Salzman discusses how investors with preferred securities can get yields of 10% or more. (Oct. 28)

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Blue Skies for Green Trading

Barron's Clare McKeen says the cloudy specter of climate change is lined with green. (Oct. 28)

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Obama's Money Blowout

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Tech Sector- Safe Haven No More

Paul Wick, managing director of J & W Seligman & Co., says (at Barron's Art of Successful Investing) the tech sector is showing signs of weakness but there are still some good stock picks. (Oct. 28)

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Sick & Broke- Highlights of Elizabeth Edwards on Health Care

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/10/health_briefs.html During this historic election year, health care is a focal point of the national debate. Elizabeth Edwards, author and Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, examines the current health care system, offer her suggestions for reform, and discuss the role young people can have in one of America's top domestic priorities. The discussion was moderated by Ezra Klein, Associate Editor at The American Prospect. Health care is one of the most important issues concerning Americans this election season. More than 45 million Americans do not have health insurance? reality that has dire consequences for both individuals and the economy. Policymakers across the political spectrum agree that we need to make health care more affordable and more accessible to all Americans. But when it comes down to the issues?hould reform come from the federal government, or states? how should we construct tax credits? what about high-risk pools??ifferences emerge.

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The Lesson of Enron- There Is No Lesson

WSJ's Dennis Berman revisits Enron, "the scandal to end all scandals." In light of today's financial crisis, he says no lessons were learned from its downfall. (Oct. 28)

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Learning from the Harlem Children's Zone

http://halfinten.org/ Harlem Children's Zone is America's most ambitious and closely watched effort to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. HCZ aims to create a "conveyor belt" for Harlem's poor children, a series of rich and effective supports-from a "Baby College" for parents, to an all-day pre-kindergarten and extended-day charter schools, to health clinics and community centers, all the way to help in succeeding in college. Together, these efforts aim to give poor children the stimulation and the opportunities that most kids growing up in middle-class neighborhoods receive from birth. This year, HCZ will serve 8,000 children living in the 97 block Zone. The initiative has been featured on 60 Minutes, the Oprah Winfrey Show, and in the New York Times Magazine. Policymakers have long talked about the lessons of HCZ for anti-poverty policy nationwide, and now there are proposals to replicate the HCZ model nationally. This event brings together Geoffrey Canada, HCZ's President and Chief Executive Officer; Roland Fryer, a Harvard economics professor and the founder of Harvard's new Education Innovation Laboratory, a major effort to identify and evaluate promising approaches to closing the achievement gap; and Paul Tough, a New York Times Magazine editor and the author of the new book, Whatever It Takes, a critically acclaimed look at HCZ in the broader context of American poverty and education policy.

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Hot Stocks- Aerospace

The entire sector gets a lift from news that Boeing reached a tentative agreement to settle a strike with its machinists. However, its labor woes may not be over just yet. MarketWatch's Christopher Hinton reports. (Oct. 28)

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Sick & Broke- Elizabeth Edwards on Health Care Policy

During this historic election year, health care is a focal point of the national debate. Elizabeth Edwards, author and Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, examines the current health care system, offer her suggestions for reform, and discuss the role young people can have in one of America's top domestic priorities. The discussion was moderated by Ezra Klein, Associate Editor at The American Prospect.

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Home Prices Take a Record Plunge

Home prices fell a record 17% in August. Maureen Maitland of Standard & Poor's discusses the recent decline in the Case Shiller index of home prices. Have prices hit bottom? Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 29)

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Kotecki- 10/28/08

Republican Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska is found guilty, and it�s time for a political Halloween photo contest.

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Republican Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska is found guilty, and it�s time for a political Halloween photo contest.

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Republican Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska is found guilty, and it's time for a political Halloween photo contest.

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Roundup 10/28/08

Morning Roundup: All Eyes of Pennsylvania

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VandeHei on media bias

POLITICO's Jim VandeHei on media bias

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Talking Basketball With Charles Barkley

The NBA legend talks to MarketWatch's Jon Friedman about the best players in the game, which teams he'd pay to watch and who's destined for the championship this year.

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World Series- Analyst Says Wait for Weather

Commenting on Game 5 of the World Series between Tampa Bay and Philadelphia, Ken Rosenthal, senior baseball writer for FoxSports.com, says it's unfortunate the teams had to play in such inclement weather. Video courtesy of FoxSports.com. (Oct. 28)

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Erin Brockovich Addresses Town's Brain Tumor Cases

Erin Brockovich, who had a film based on her advocacy work, talks to Missouri residents concerned about the number of brain tumors in their small town. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 28)

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Recovery


Jim Martin voted for what was the largest tax increase in Georgia's history. And Martin voted to increase his own taxpayer funded expense check by 27 percent -- which amounted to a pay increase that he could spend on himself.

More at www.JimMartinFacts.com.

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Beckman Wins Second PGA Title at Frys.Com Open

See highlights from the Frys.com Open at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., where Cameron Beckman wins his second title on the PGA Tour. (Oct. 28)

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Sen. Stevens Found Guilty in Corruption Trial

Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, a Republican, was found guilty of failing to report more than $250,000 in gifts from from an oil-services executive and other friends. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 28)

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We're Not All Like Al


John Ratzenberger, Pat Boone, Stephen Baldwin, Robert Davi and Victoria Jackson speak out against Al Franken.

More at www.FranklyFranken.com.

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MN Joe the Plumbers - Bob and Eva

Average American workers across the country don't want to see the fruits of their hard work taken away from them at the hands of Obama tax plans. MN Joe the Plumbers Bob and Eva couldn't agree more.

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N.y./region- Passion for Food as Fuel

Restaurant owner Joe Bastianich resisted his trade's finest food and wine (well, some of it) to train for the 2008 New York City marathon.

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Sufism on the rise in Egypt

In Egypt, millions of Muslims belong to Sufi orders -- a branch of Islam which preaches introspection and mysticism. But many consider it to be separate from Islam or as heretical.

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Street Team '08- Smitten by Palin's Promise

VP candidate Sarah Palin made a campaign stop in Virginia recently to big crowds. Will drawing Palin's power be enough for a win? Produced by Lauren Compton of Virginia for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com.

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Street Team '08- Star Power Plea

Members of the casts of Gossip Girl and Desperate Housewives stopped in Indiana recently to talk politics and actors playing pols. Produced by Alex Damron of Indiana for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com.

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Street Team '08- Deportation Anxiety

College is hard enough, but could you imagine the prospect of your family being deported? Produced by Christine Begay for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com.

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Street Team '08- Star Power Plea

Members of the casts of Gossip Girl and Desperate Housewives stopped in Indiana recently to talk politics and actors playing pols. Produced by Alex Damron of Indiana for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com.

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A neglected black community in NC

Barack Obama is the first African American with a real shot at the White House. But in some areas of the country, de facto segregation is still very much in effect. In Mebane, North Carolina, one black community lives abandoned and without basic services from the city.

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Indian Sikhs seize onto culture in remote Argentina

Sikhs worldwide are celebrating the 300th anniversary of their holy book -- not only in their native India, but also in Britain and North America, to where many emigrated over the past 150 years. One of the forgotten destinations is South America, specifically Argentina, where a tiny Indian Sikh community is fighting to hold on to its customs and culture.

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GOP Launches New Attacks

John McCain is accusing Barack Obama of wanting to redistribute the wealth. And, as Chip Reid reports, an independent Republican group plans to put Rev. Jeremiah Wright back in the spotlight.

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Raking In The Bucks

Barack Obama has raised more money in fundraising than any other political figure in history and 90% of the contributions are in small amounts. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Can Tomatoes Cure Cancer?

A new variety of tomato has been developed to help in the fight against cancer and results on mice have been successful. Mark Phillips has more.

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Obama's Closing Argument

His campaign is calling it his "closing argument" and Barack Obama is hoping to make a final effort to court voters in several states that President Bush won 4 years ago. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Hudson's Nephew Found Dead

The search for Julian King, Jennifer Hudson's nephew has come to a tragic end with the discovery of the boy found shot to death inside an SUV. Cynthia Bowers has more.

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Stevens Found Guilty Of Lying

Senator Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, was found guilty on seven counts of lying to conceal more than a quarter million dollars worth of gifts. Stevens is up for reelection next week. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Notebook- Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson's family has been the target of senseless violence. Crime has not been a focus of the presidential campaign, but safety should be an issue of national importance, says Katie Couric.

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Celebs Show Support For Hudson

Many celebrities are showing their support for Jennifer Hudson, who lost her mother and brother in a shooting incident as well as the disappearance of her seven-year-old nephew.

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Notebook- Placebo

A government funded study shows that half of doctors in the U.S. regularly prescribe placebos to their patients. Katie Couric has more.

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Grandma Survives Attack

Caught On Tape: A grandmother who works at a convenience store in Terrell, Texas barely escaped a violent robbery caught on tape. KTVT's Jay Gormley reports.

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The Asian American Vote

A recent poll shows Asian Americans support Sen. Barack Obama 2-to-1 over Sen. John McCain. Voter turnout is high for the demographic, making them a small but powerful bloc. Ramy Inocencio reports.

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Joe The Plumber Picks McCain

In Columbus, Ohio Samuel Wurzelbacher, A.K.A "Joe The Plumber," officially endorsed John McCain for president.

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Roger Moore says French gong better than Oscar

Veteran actor Roger Moore said being awarded a French cultural award was better than getting an Oscar. He was given the prestigious French Order of Arts and Letters for his long career in cinema and his work as an ambassador for UNICEF.

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Brown talks finance with Sarkozy

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said it was Paris and London's top priority to stop contagion from the financial crisis spreading to eastern Europe's emerging economies.

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World's Biggest Beach Ball

In Dallas, Texas, Carnival Cruise Lines rolled out the world's largest beach balls--at 36 feet in diameter and more than three stories tall. This is a new Guiness World Record.

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Obama's Barber Shop

The Early Show contributer Laura Schwartz visited the Chicago barbershop where Sen. Barack Obama has gotten his hair cut for the last 15 years to get the low down on Obama's low cut.

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Get Scared This Season

Get into the spirit of Halloween by watching a scary movie. Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross tells Maggie Rodriguez five films that will be sure to frighten.

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Hi-tech Family Time

With new technology like cell phones, instant messaging and e-mail, families are able to multi-task and stay closely connected at the same time. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Election Day Drawing Near

With election day drawing near, many are looking to the polls to see which candidate is ahead and why. Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Political Editor of CBSNews.com, weighs in.

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Price Hikes Here To Stay?

The average price of a gallon of gas has fallen to $2.63, but the rest of the economy is not reflecting the lower price at the pump. Hattie Kauffman reports on "sticky pricing."

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Cancer Fight Goes Purple

European researchers have grown a genetically-engineered tomato that's rich in pigment that protects against certain kinds of cancer. Maggie Rodriguez learns more from Professor Cathie Martin.

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McCain's Comeback Chances

Sen. John McCain is behind in most polls but comebacks have been done in the past and McCain is confident the race will be tight. Bill Plante reports.

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A Dreamgirl's Nightmare

Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother and now her 7-year-old nephew were found shot and murdered in Chicago, a city with the highest number of homicides this year. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Obamamania in the Japanese town of Obama

Barack Obama is often credited with tapping support in unlikely places. But there is nothing short of Obamamania underway in a small Japanese fishing town named, you guessed it, Obama.

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Would-be actors invest London 'Bollywood Academy'

Far from the glitz of Bollywood, young hopefuls in a small film studio in London are honing their acting skills and dreaming of making it big.

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Obama's Secret Donors

Only On The Web: Who accounts for the large donations the Obama campaign has received? Sharyl Attkisson asks Center for Responsive Politics' Sheila Krumholz why the public should know.

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Preventing Prostate Cancer

Doctors are telling patients to stop taking Vitamin E and Selenium for the prevention of prostate cancer because a new study shows they don't actually work. Dr. Jon Lapook reports.

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Obama Reacts To Death Threat

KDKA's Jon Delano spoke exclusively with Barack Obama about the foiled plot to assassinate the candidate by a group of skinheads in Tenn.

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Halloween Palin Effigy Hung

A home in Hollywood, Calif. bears a mannequin representing Gov. Sarah Palin hanging by a noose. Neighbors have complained but the LAPD does not believe it constitutes a hate crime.

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'Paris For President'

Paris for President, a new music video by Paris Hilton, premiered on the web. Hilton entered the campaign spotlight after John McCain compared Barack Obama's celebrity to her own.

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Twin Pandas Grow Up

Twin panda cubs born after the devastating Chinese earthquake earlier this year are growing up healthy. The cubs were named Pingping and Anan, which means safe and prosperous in Mandarin.

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John Legend's 'Green Light'

Almost four years ago, singer John Legend debuted with his first album which won three Grammy Awards for the song "Get Lifted." Now, Legend sings "Green Light" from his new album "Evolver."

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How To Make Instant Ice Cream

Coauthors of "The Hungry Scientist Handbook" Lily Binns and Patrick Buckley show Harry Smith how to make various foods more interesting with the help of science.

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Green Tricks And Treats

Danny Seo of Better Homes And Gardens magazine showed Maggie Rodriguez some eco-friendly tricks and treats for a greener Halloween.

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The Final Stretch

Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are touring the battleground states, aggressively presenting their closing arguments on why they should be the nation's next president.

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