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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Green Inc- Green Halloween

Times reporter Kate Galbraith finds an inexpensive organic pumpkin for Halloween.

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A Conversation With John Updike

The author John Updike discusses the presidential race with Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus.

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A Halloween Tale- Houdini's Lonely Grave

The Machpelah Cemetery in Queens is the final resting place of Harry Houdini, who died on Halloween in 1926.

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Obama's Historic Candidacy

An Obama presidency would lead America towards a European "social market economy." (Oct. 30)

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Hot Stocks Report- Technology

MarketWatch's Dan Gallagher reports the tech market is seeing strong gains across the board, with some feeling the heat from lackluster earning results; Motorola and Symantec shares are down; Sun Micro stock is gaining. (Oct. 30)

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Ex-IMF Chief Economist On Outlook for World Economy

Simon Johnson, former chief economist with the International Monetary Fund, discusses the global economic outlook with MarketWatch's Greg Robb. (Oct. 30)

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Have You Seen This Guy?


Jim Martin voted against making soliciting minors for prostitution a felony. He voted against making English our official language twice. Martin also 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.

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India's Moon Shot

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Obama's Money Blowout

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Mossberg- Buying a Decent Computer on the Cheap

Are you in the market for a computer? Walt Mossberg shares some tips on finding a decent computer during these tough economic times. (Oct. 29)

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India's Moon Shot

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Scene for 'Zack and Miri Make a Porno'

Watch a trailer for "Zack and Miri Make a Porno." Video courtesy of The Weinstein Company. (Oct. 29)

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Marathon Runner, Cancer Survivor

Running 26.2 miles is difficult enough - and for 22-year-old Harrie Bakst, it became even more of a challenge after he was diagnosed with cancer. WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard interviews Bakst about his experience. (Oct. 29)

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Obama's Money Blowout

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The Oil of the Future

WSJ's Russell Gold looks at offshore drilling in Brazil where future crude may come from. (Oct. 29)

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Should You Stay or Go?

Investors looking to get out have to ask themselves whether the current market problems will make them loath to get back in, Chuck Jaffe says. (Oct. 29)

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What The Fed Rate Cut Means

PNC Financial Chief Economist Stuart Hoffman says the Fed made the right move when it cut rates, but it will still be some time before the housing market stabilizes. (Oct 29)

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Battlegrounds Test Obama, McCain

Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are racing for control of battleground states Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida. Peter Brown of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute discusses the latest polls. (Oct. 29)

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Fed Cuts Rates Again

The Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a half point to the lowest level in four years, and leaving the door open for further declines, WSJ's Sudeep Reddy reports. (Oct. 29)

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Putin's Prisoner

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Palin Speech



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Bear-Market Rally in Oil, Gold

Key commodities are going up, and Ira Eckstein of Area International Trading says the weaker dollar is driving investors back in. Steve Gelsi reports. (Oct. 29)

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Waiting on the Fed

Barron's Bob O'Brien notes today's market is in a sluggish mode as it awaits the expected announcement of an another rate cut by the Federal Reserve. (Oct.29)

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Three Things to Know About the Candidates' Health Care Plans

Three Things to Know About the Candidates' Health Care Plans:

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Roundup 10/29/08

Obama goes primetime, the Palin Problem and the Democrats' cautious optimism

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Melamine Found in Chinese Eggs

Melamine turns up in Chinese chicken eggs in Hong Kong just a month after the chemical was found in milk formula, killing four children. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 28)

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Kotecki- 10/29/08

Prepare for tonight�s Barack Obama infomercial.

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Kotecki- 10/29/08

Prepare for tonight's Barack Obama infomercial.

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New Voters Register in Record Numbers

As a record number of new voters register in states like New York, the presidential contenders are assembling legal teams to help things go their way. Courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 29)

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Obama Readies for Prime Time

Sen. Barack Obama plans to present his "closing argument" in a 30-minute election ad Wednesday. Meanwhile, Republican rival Sen. John McCain is criticizing the Democrat for his "infomercial." Courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 29)

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Dole ad

Elizabeth Dole's latest ad in North Carolina.

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Deadly Quake Rocks Pakistan

A survivor search is under way after a powerful earthquake killed more than 150 people, damaged homes and left an estimated 15,000 homeless in impoverished southwestern Pakistan. Courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 29)

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U.K. Homeowners Hit by Downturn

The financial downturn has hit homeowners hard in the U.K., with house repossessions up by more than 70%. Reuters' Penny Tweedie reports. (Oct. 29)

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Social networking grows up

Jon Friedman talks with Yana Berlin, chief executive of fabulously40.com, a social networking site for women. (Oct. 29)

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Playback 10/29/08

Ted Stevens found guilty: It's awful hard to take

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I Was There




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Stop The Smears




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Business- Currency Markets in Turmoil

What the United States and other countries can do to stem investor panic.

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The Future Of Wall Street

Harry Smith talks with former Citigroup Chairman and CEO Sanford Weill about the future of the stock market, consequences of the bailout and when the bottom will be reached.

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Obama Plays It Safe

Barack Obama is playing it safe in the final week of the election, but his Achilles' heel might be taxes and the McCain campaign isn't taking that for granted. Dean Reynolds reports.

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900 Point Wall Street Rally

Despite reports of an apparent all-time low of consumer confidence and dismal housing reports, the Dow was able to close with a 900 point gain. Anthony Mason reports from Wall Street.

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The Battle For Penn.

John McCain is hoping to offset big losses around the country with a win in Pa. and its 21 electoral votes. Jeff Glor reports.

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'Ignore The Polls'

Behind in virtually every poll conducted, John McCain fought back with a little help from "Joe the Plumber" and an attack on Barack Obama's tax plan during a stop in Pa. Chip Reid reports.

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Obama, McCain On Medicare

The poorly funded Medicare program has faced massive deficits and is predicted to go bankrupt by the year 2019. Nancy Cordes finds out where the presidential candidates stand on this issue.

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A Lifetime On Wall Street

94-year-old Sean Glickenhaus has been working on Wall Street since the Great Depression. As Anthony Mason reports, Glickenhaus says one should never panic during an economic crisis.

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Harassment In The Military

According to recent GAO survey, a female soldier is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than die by enemy fire in Iraq. David Martin reports on this startling increase.

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Race Rundown- Obama strong in battlegrounds

An Associated Press-GfK poll suggests Barack Obama is winning or tied with John McCain in eight key battleground states. The AP's Ron Fournier breaks down the numbers. (Oct. 29)

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Street Team '08- Stars Rock the Rockies

Colorado was seeing stars this past weekend as Zach Braff, Ben Harper and Laura Dern hit the University of Colorado to urge students to vote Obama. Produced by Trevor Martin of Colorado for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com.

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Twin Pandas Growing Up Fast

Twin panda cubs born after the devastating Chinese earthquake earlier this year are growing up healthy. Ramy Inocencio has more on Pingping and Anan.

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MoneyWatch

The Federal Reserve slashed its interest rates for the second time in a month, dropping its key rate by half a point. Alexis Christoforous reports on today's top business stories.

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Notebook- A Historic Election

Either John McCain or Barack Obama will make history come Nov. 4th and they will also face historic challenges. Katie Couric explains.

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Pound Plummets, House Prices Sink

In Britain, the country's struggling economy has caused the pound to plummet against the dollar and property prices have plunged by 30 percent, far faster than in the U.S. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Twin Pandas Growing Up Fast

Twin panda cubs born after the devastating Chinese earthquake earlier this year are growing up healthy. Ramy Inocencio has more on Pingping and Anan.

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Soldier Billboard Controversy

CBS News RAW: A billboard in downtown Columbus, Ohio featuring the face of a soldier drew strong reactions from some residents who say the soldier appears deceased.

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John McCain- the policies behind the man

With less than a week to go before most Americans go to the polls, the Republican presidential candidate John McCain is still hopeful his policies on the economy, health, climate and security will help sway the undecided public.

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Amanda Knox To Stand Trial

American student Amanda Knox and her Italian boyfriend will go to trial for the murder of a young British woman nearly a year ago in Italy. Alan Pizzey reports.

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Destination Unknown

The Amazing Race's Phil Keoghan tells "The Early Show" crew what they might expect when he sends each of them around the world to a "Destination Unknown."

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Aretha's First Xmas Album

The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, has released her first ever album of Christmas songs. She sings "Hark The Herald Angels Sing."

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Lebanese film industry riding high

Lebanon's film industry is taking off. The Beirut film festival attracted international stars and the film Caramel has been shown in over 30 countries. But Lebanese cinema faces many challenges and young people wanting to make their career in film are often forced to leave.

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The Online Getting To Know You

Daniel Sieberg explains how millions of people are socializing via internet and mobile sites without meeting each other, sometimes with life-altering consequences.

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VA Hospital For Military Dogs

The number of military dogs in the line of duty has increased and those injured are now getting the best medical care, reports Dr. Debbye Turner Bell.

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New Cop Car Is Jail Bait

The Nashville Auto Theft Task Force added a computer-controlled car to its arsenal. The car baits thieves and once they are inside, locks them in until police arrive.

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Queen Of Soul Wants 'Respect'

Soul legend Aretha Franklin visited the early show and sang her classic hit, "Respect." Franklin's first ever Christmas album is out now.

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Cynthia Nixon, Cancer Advocate

Actress Cynthia Nixon tells Maggie Rodriguez about her battle with breast cancer and her new role as ambassador for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer foundation.

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Plastic Bottles Dangerous?

The Science Advisory Panel declared a chemical found in plastic wrap and baby bottles may be dangerous. As Meg Oliver reports, the chemical may affect the development of infants.

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Ark. Anchor's Father Speaks

Guy Cannady, father of murdered Arkansas anchorwoman Anne Pressly, talks to Harry Smith about his family's grief and his daughter's lasting gift of organ donations.

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The dangers of blogging in Malaysia

The internet is a key source of independent news in Malaysia where the government exercises tight control on the mainstream media. Bloggers are now increasingly in the government's sights with several being charged with sedition.

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The Oldest Stockbroker

Only On The Web: Sean Glickenhaus is 94 years-old and has been trading on Wall Street since the 1920's. He tells Anthony Mason what is was like living during the Great Depression.

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China's Peasant Olympics

China's 6th Peasant Games are under way this week in the south eastern city of Quanzhou. The Games are dubbed by organisers as "the only regular sports meeting for peasants in the world".

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Last Squeeze On Political Buzz

CBS News Political Analysts Dee Dee Myers and Dan Bartlett comment on Sen. Barack Obama's final push with network airtime and Sen. John McCain campaigning with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Wall Street Soars For A Day

Wall Street had its second-highest gain ever with a rise of nearly 900 points. However, as Bloomberg TV's Dierdre Bolton reports, the Dow Jones' future is still unpredictable.

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Early Voting At Record Levels

More than 20 percent of votes cast this year are expected from early voters, a new record, reports Jeff Glor. Harry Smith visits the electoral map to look at crucial swing states.

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MoneyWatch

The stock market rallied to gain 900 points as the Fed plans to announce its decision on interest rates in the hopes of boosting consumer confidence. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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