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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Time Magazine's Coverage of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman talks about Time magazine senior writer Nathan Thornburgh and his coverage of Sarah Palin, the governor of Alaska who's running for vice president on the Republican ticket with Sen. John McCain. (Oct. 31)

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Time Magazine's Nathan Thornburgh On Coverage Of Sarah Palin

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman talks about Time magazine's Nathan Thornburgh and his coverage of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, running as the vice presidential candidate on the Republican ticket with Sen. John McCain. (Oct. 31)

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Waiting to Vote

Residents of Arlington, Virginia came out in droves this week to cast their votes early for the presidential election. WSJ's Evan Perez talked with some of them about how they were coping with the long lines. (Oct. 30)

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As AmEx Cuts Jobs, WSJ Hits the Streets

American Express announced it's cutting 10% of its jobs and Thursday's jobless claims don't seem be getting any better. WSJ hit Main Street to find out how New Yorkers feel about Wall Street. (Oct. 30)

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Building a Death-Proof Coffin

A resort operator and politician in Brazil has a spooky way of coping with his fear of being buried alive. WSJ's Matt Moffett reports. (Oct. 30)

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Scene from 'Splinter'

Watch a scene from the horror film "Splinter." Video courtesy of Content Film. (Oct. 30)

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Portfolio Cuts Back

Portfolio, Conde Nast's glossy business magazine, is cutting back. Jon Friedman explains. (Oct. 30)

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The Secret to Pairing Wine With Food

WSJ's wine-tasting columnists John Brecher and Dottie Gaiter conduct an experiment and find out which wines go best with lamb chops. They also discuss the technique to paring wine with food. (Oct. 30)

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Portfolio Cuts Back

Portfolio, Conde Nast's glossy business magazine, is cutting back. Jon Friedman explains. (Oct. 30)

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Weighing an Auto Industry Bailout

WSJ's John Stoll and Neal Boudette discuss the proposed merger of General Motors and Chrysler and the pressure on Congress to help auto makers survive the economic downturn. (Oct. 30)

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Gold Parties

Forget Tupperware. The latest trend in house parties is all about gold. People get together to socialize -- and to make money selling their old jewelry. MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters reports. (Oct. 30)

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81-Year-Old Marathoner Amps Up Workout

Watch how Joy Johnson, the defending 80-and-over champion in the New York City Marathon, cranks up her training regimen. WSJ's Matthew Futterman reports. (Oct. 30)

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Khodorkovsky an Emblem of Kremlin's Mistakes

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Protesters 'Kick Back' in Front of Fannie

Dozens of demonstrators in Washington, D.C. are taking a stand against Fannie Mae, taking out used furniture to signify family's getting tossed on streets. Courtesy Fox News.(Oct. 30)

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Remix The Wealth

Jam Master J-KO's newest music video... Socialists, Marxists, Communist unite for your new anthem.

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On the 'Rebound' with Rick Pitino

WSJ's Bob Hughes speaks with author Rick Pitino about his new book "Rebound Rules." (Oct. 30)

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McCain Heads to Defiance, Ohio

Presidential candidate John McCain heads to Defiance, OH, to rally supporters. No Republican has ever won the presidency without winning Ohio. Courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 30)

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Weathering the Economic Storm

WSJ's Phil Izzo interviews U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez about the GDP data and how to get through this difficult economic period. (Oct. 30)

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Bombs in India Kill Scores

Dozens die in serial blasts across India's Assam state. Courtesy Reuters (Oct. 30)

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Ex-IMF Chief Economist On Global Outlook

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

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Kotecki- 10/30/08

Elizabeth Dole links Kay Hagan to godlessness, and Joe the Plumber is going Hollywood � or at least Nashville.

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Kotecki- 10/30/08

Elizabeth Dole links Kay Hagan to godlessness, and Joe the Plumber is going Hollywood ?or at least Nashville.

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When did you know?

Voters reflect on the moments that determined the candidate they will select on Nov. 4.

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California's Speedy Transit Plan

MarketWatch's Stacey Delo looks into California's Proposition 1A, which aims to fund a high-speed train that would cut ground-travel time from Los Angeles to San Francisco in half. (Oct. 30)

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Anand Successfully Defends World Chess Championship Title

Indian Viswanathan Anand defends and keeps his World Chess Championship title after beating Russian challenger Vladimir Kramnik. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 30)

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Playback 10/30/08

Sarah Palin: Going Rogue

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Venezuela Launches Its First Communication Satellite

Venezuela's first communication satellite, the Simon Bolivar, blasts off from China. President Hugo Chavez speaks, welcoming the move as a progressive step for the country. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 30)

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IMF Announces Emergency Financing

The International Monetary Fund has approved short-term financing to help emerging market economies weather the global financial storm. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 30)

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Bill and Barack and Florida

Bill and Barack in Florida

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Drake ad "Dangerous"

$150 billion in military cuts, among other things...

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Phillies Win World Series, Only the Beginning for Rays

The Philadelphia Phillies finish off the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 in a three-inning sprint to win a suspended Game 5. Christian Andersen and Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com report. Video courtesy of FoxSports.com. (Oct. 30)

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Wouldn't Vote


If character matters, Al Franken is unfit for office.

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Front- Nyregion- An Artist's Inspiration

Follows the artist Stephen Talasnik on his return to Queens, where as a nine-year-old he was captivated by the 1964 World's Fair.

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NY art auctions under microscope amid financial crisis

New York's fall art auctions kick off Monday, and Impressionist and contemporary sales will be under intense scrutiny as the art world digests whether the global financial crisis will severely affect prices.

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MTV Street Team '08- Skip Class, Go Vote!

Early polling data from Georgia shows few college students have turned out to vote, but the Obama bus isn't letting up. Can the peach state go blue? Produced by Shelby Highsmith of Georgia for MTV's Choose or Lose Street Team '08 at chooseorlose.com.

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The Electoral Map

With less than a week before Election Day, what do John McCain and Barack Obama need to do to bring them over the top in electoral votes? Katie Couric speaks with Jeff Greenfield.

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McCain Trails In Most Polls

Although John McCain is trailing in most polls, the margin of error could work for him. But on the flip side, it could also provide Barack Obama with a landslide victory. Chip Reid reports.

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The American Nightmare

A mob of angry homeowners protested in Washington, dumping their furniture at Fannie Mae's headquarters. Anthony Mason reports on the ensuing mortgage crisis.

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Candidates Get Candid

John McCain and Barack Obama talk to Katie Couric about their favorite books, the last time they had to give someone the pink slip, and what they would want on their tombstone.

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U.S. Automakers In Tough Times

Due to slowing car sales, General Motors and Chrysler may be broke by next summer. The companies, along with Ford, have had to make massive job cuts. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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James Bond is back- Quantum of Solace premieres in London

The long-awaited return of the secret service agent finally arrived with the premiere of 'Quantum of Solace' in London�s West End.

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Obama's Primetime Special

The Obama camp has invested $3 million into a primetime program that will focus on Barack Obama's policies. The special will air on 7 broadcast and cable networks. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Implosion Over Missouri River

Caught On Tape: The Liberty Memorial Bridge in North Dakota was imploded over the Missouri River. The bridge stood for more than 80 years.

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Notebook- Credit Cards

The number of Americans unable to make their credit card payments is rising faster than ever, according to a new report. Katie Couric comments on the crisis that may be lurking in your pocket.

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Obama- the policies behind banner of 'change'

Democratic White House contender Barack Obama is hoping his mantra of change will help swing floating voters in the final days before the election. Likely to be decisive are his policies on the economy, healthcare and Iraq.

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Massive protest in Rome over Italian education cuts

Hundreds of thousands of teachers, students and parents Thursday took to the streets of Rome and other Italian cities to protest conservative Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's multi-billion-euro education cuts.

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3,000 Year-Old Text Found

CBS News RAW: Pottery found in Jerusalem, Israel holds written Hebrew text dating back 3,000 years. It is believed to be the oldest Hebrew text ever found.

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'Joe the Plumber' Stands Up McCain

Joe the Plumber was a no-show at a John McCain campaign event in Defiance, Ohio. The senator called on Joe to stand-up and let the crowd show their appreciation, but Joe was no where to be found.

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Chocolate- comfort food in times of trouble

There was chocolate as far as the eye could see at the annual Paris chocolate show, which opened on Wednesday, and in these troubled financial times people are turning to the cacao-based treat as a comfort food.

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John Legend Performs

John Legend's latest album, "Evolver," was released this week in the U.S. He performs the single "If You're Out There" from the album.

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Want Free Stuff?

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Christina Salvi of Freecycle, an online group where members can give away and receive items from others at no charge.

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Winterizing Your Home

The Early Show contributor Danny Lipford showed Harry Smith some tips for preparing any home for the deteriorating effects of snow fall.

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Dealing With Sugar Shock

Dr. Holly Phillips has tips for parents to manage their kids' Halloween loot. She also talks to Maggie Rodriguez about how to handle sugar shock and food allergies.

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Make The Best Jack O' Lantern

Expert pumpkin carver Gene Granata shares tips with Harry, Maggie & Dave for cutting, stenciling and styling.

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Celebrating the birthday of football God � and coach - Maradona

The selection of Diego Maradona as coach for Argentina�s football team happened to fall on celebrations planned for the star�s birthday at a Church devoted to him. The parades, prayers and singing all go to show that football is a religion not to be messed with in Argentina.

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The US elections seen from Afghanistan

They may not be able to vote in the US elections, but Afghans say they have just as much at stake as Americans themselves. Watching from the sidelines, many Afghans hope the next US president will boost foreign commitment to solving their country�s problems.

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Hard Times, High Heels

In fashion, the economy tends to dictate the height of high heel shoes. Lucky Magazine's Laurel Pinson showed Maggie Rodriguez the hottest heels for Fall.

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Did Obama Score On Primetime?

CNN media critic Howard Kurtz tells Harry Smith that the Barack Obama TV spot was well produced, but perhaps over produced in some ways.

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Election Day Concerns

Voting sites will have their hands full on Election Day as high voter turnout is expected. As Armen Keteyian reports, many question whether the voting system will keep up with the turnout.

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Quantum Of Solace Premieres

Daniel Craig continues as James Bond in the longest running and most lucrative film franchise ever with "Quantum Of Solace." Sheila MacVicar reports from the London premiere.

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Trick Yourself Into Saving

Treat yourself to extra cash by tricking yourself to save, says contributor Vera Gibbons. She shows Harry Smith how easy it is to spend less of your paycheck each week.

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Obama's TV Blitz

Sen. Barack Obama appeared at a rally, on "The Daily Show" and in his own primetime spot, reports Jeff Glor. Harry Smith talks to Bob Schieffer about how Sen. John McCain will react.

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Elton On "Billy Elliot"

Only On The Web: Elton John sat down with Katie Couric and spoke candidly about his latest project, a musical version of the film, "Billy Elliot."

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The return of the world's favourite secret agent

After all the wait, was it worth it? On Wednesday night the new 007 film �Quantum of Solace? had its world premiere in London. Shaken, stirred or just plain bored? A look at how the latest Bond movie is moving fans.

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Obama's TV Ad Aimed At Middle Class

Democratic Presidential Nominee Barack Obama aired a 30 minute prime time TV special in hopes of getting his message out to the middle class. Daniel Libit, Reporter for Politico, discusses whether or not it was effective.

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Margin Of Error

Sen. Barack Obama leads in most polls, but there is a margin of error to consider. As Bill Plante reports, states with close poll numbers could end up with wide margin of victories on Election Day.

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Ivory Coast elections postponed yet again

Presidential elections in Ivory Coast, planned for November 30, have been postponed until next spring at the earliest. The reason for the latest delay: the failure to get identity papers to all eligible voters by the deadline October 30.

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