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Friday, October 31, 2008

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Hot or Not - Oct. 31

Kotecki's weekly rundown of the hottest and not-est in politics... this week: voting, infomercials, and sky-diving.

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Getting to Know Your Beef

Think you know beef? You may be surprised how raising and aging affects your steak. (Oct. 1)

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Palin's Wardrobe

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One Market That Still Looks Strong

Barron's Alex Eule says that a steady trade in used industrial equipment should help shares of auctioneer Ritchie Bros. (Oct. 31)

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Aerodynamic Design Key to GM's Battery-Powered Volt

Robert Boniface, director of Advanced Design at General Motors, discusses the look of the auto maker's new battery-powered Chevrolet Volt. He speaks with WSJ's David Patton. (Oct. 31)

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Interest Rates, Earnings In Focus

All eyes will be on the European Central Bank and the Bank of England which are both expected to cut rates. There will also be a busy calendar of corporate results releases, including Deutsche Telekom, Total, British Airways and Ryanair. (Oct 31)

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Head Honchos Show Investors Their Money

Barron's John Kimelman speaks about how the CEOs of Best Buy and Willis Group have made stocks purchases of their respective companies, a positive sign for investors. (Oct. 31)

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Toyota In Focus

Toyota dominates this week's earnings, which also include Lenovo, NTT, Hang Seng Bank and Mitsui. Australia may also deliver another rate cut. Michael Kitchen looks ahead to the week in Asia. (Oct. 31)

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Is Cisco Positioned Well?

Matthew Robinson of Pacific Growth Securities says data-center companies are doing well; the problem with Cisco Systems, which reports earnings next week, is it does a lot of other things. Ben Pimentel reports. (Oct. 30)

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Sarah Palin's Wardrobe

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Stocks Today- Feds Won't Open Wallet for GM

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that the Bush administration has decided not to let the treasury help out in regards to supplying funds for the GM-Chrysler merger. (Oct. 31)

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Look Ahead- Election and More

Coming up are sales from struggling automakers, payroll and unemployment data, media earnings and finally, the day voters go to the polls. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 31)

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Obama's Lead in Polls Holds Steady

As the presidential election draws near, Barack Obama maintains a seven-point lead over John McCain, according to the latest Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Oct. 31)

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Market Meltdown Highlights 401(k) Issues

WSJ's Eleanor Laise discusses the market meltdown's effect on 401(k)s. She tells Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable the meltdown has highlighted longstanding issues with 401(k)s. (Nov. 2)

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Improving Retirement Portfolios

Retirement-focused investors would be wise to take advantage of today's market and diversify, Kristi Mitchem of Barclays Global Investors says. Jonathan Burton reports. (Oct. 31)

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Roundup 10/31/08

Roundup: A new liberal era?

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Wall Street Yawns at Record Oil Profit

Steve Gelsi takes a look at the hot stocks for Halloween Friday, including Chevron and its stellar profit. (Oct. 31)

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Kotecki- 10/31/08

Joe the Plumber is a no-show at a John McCain rally, and I announce the winners of my Halloween political photo contest.

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Kotecki- 10/31/08

Joe the Plumber is a no-show at a John McCain rally, and I announce the winners of my Halloween political photo contest.

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Bailout Free Week

WSJ's David Gaffen discusses the first bailout free week in recent memory and what to expect from new economic data out next week. He speaks with Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable. (Oct. 31)

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Potash Remains on Top

Barron's Naureen Malik talks about the resilience of Potash Corporation, as it looks compelling, giving that long-term fundamentals haven't changed. (Oct. 31)

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Early Voting a Hit in California

Voters in California don't seem to mind the long lines at the voting booth. In fact some are excited. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Oct. 31)

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Playback 10/31/08

Hope Opera

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Obama Woos Red States

In the hopes of winning over key red states, Barack Obama spent much of Thursday in Sarasota, Fla., where President Bush won by 8 points in 2004. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Who's The Better Taxman?

Taxes are a key issue in this election, but which candidate's plan is best for easing the burden for Americans at each different income level? Nancy Cordes reports.

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John McCain's Defiance

With less than a week to go before Election Day, John McCain is hoping to revitalize supporters and win voters in key states. Chip Reid is with the McCain campaign.

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The Credit Card Crunch

Credit card companies are reducing the risk of defaults by taking drastic steps, even if they hurt good customers in the process. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Obama Gets A Reality Check

During his prime-time special, Barack Obama made a lot of promises to the American people, but are those promises realistic? Wyatt Andrews gives Obama a reality check.

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An Inmate's Best Friend

Nine Colorado prisons have enacted a program which allows inmates to train dogs. As Mark Strassmann reports, these canines have helped in the rehabilitation of the prisoners.

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Calif. Gay Marriage Under Fire

Proposition 8 seeks to overturn the California Supreme Court's decision that gay marriage is legal. And, as John Blackstone reports, millions have been raised on both sides of the controversy.

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Race Rundown- The homestretch

As the presidential campaign enters its final weekend, the AP's Julie Pace says there are still some persuadable voters. (Oct. 31)

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AP Photos- This Week on the Campaign Trail

The AP's David Ake has the behind the scenes story on this week's top photos from the campaign trail. (Oct. 31)

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Running With Purpose

Paul Nicholls has run the NYC Marathon 3 times since his 2003 Myeloma diagnosis. He founded Team Continuum, which has raised millions for families battling cancer.

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Eye To Eye- The Daily Beast

Only On The Web: Tina Brown, editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast, talks with Erin Moriarty about the challenges of her new online venture.

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When will Europe have its first black leader?

As the world awaits the results of the US election, Europeans ponder when Europe could have its first black head of state.

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Julie Chen Goes To Paris

For "The Early Show's" Destination Unknown, Julie Chen is surprised with a trip to Paris as she is whisked on a plane to The Grand Hotel, across the street from the Opera Garnier.

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Goodies For Ghouls

Holly Johnson from MyRecipes.com shares some ghastly ideas with Harry Smith for livening up your Halloween party food table.

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Cordon Bleu Chocolate

Sandra Messier, from the famed French cooking school Cordon Bleu explains the history of this confectionery from its origin as a beverage for Marie Antoinette.

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Voter Intimidation Charges In S.C.

A number of complaints have been made by voters and poll workers in Spartanburg, S.C. that GOP poll watchers have been harassing voters, primarily African Americans. WSPA's Jonathan Carlson reports.

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US voters face long lines and dirty tricks

Recent surveys in the lead up to the US election on November 4 suggest that 40% of voters, and 63% of African America voters, fear their ballots may not be counted. Millions of Americans are already heading to the polls to vote early, and some have already run into problems.

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How the US elections will work

Americans will elect their 44th President on Tuesday using a complex system dating back to the beginning of the nineteenth century. A guide to how the most powerful man in the world will be elected.

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Fashion label Pierre Cardin on show in Shanghai

The fashion label, Pierre Cardin, showed its 2009 Spring/Summer collection in China's fashion capital, Shanghai Thursday as the city's Fashion Week got underway. The Pierre Cardin label is a house hold name throughout China and it held the country's first western fashion show back in 1978. The fashion house says this year's collection was inspired by the ocean and the Bubble Palace located outside of Cannes in southern France.

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Kenyan students put the US presidential hopefuls on the spot

A US civics lesson in Kenya, where 14,000 high school students took part in a competition aimed at increasing their knowledge of the US electoral process. They wrote letters to American presidential candidates Democrat, Barack Obama and Republican, John McCain.

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Music Of The Night

Actor Howard McGillin from the Broadway cast of "Phantom Of The Opera" performs the Phantom's eerie signature number, "Music Of The Night."

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Pets Get A Halloween Makeover

Six costumed canines from Zoo Too's "Adoption is the Option" program show their Halloween spirit. Maggie Rodriguez chooses a winner out of the adoptable bunch.

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Paris, City of Darkness

Paris, often called the city of love, has an underground scene that can be frightful with catacombs housing the bones of Paris' graveyard overflow. Julie Chen takes a tour of Paris' darker side.

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Dangerous Moves

A viral video shows an adult swinging a nine-month-old baby like a rag doll. Dr. Alton Barron explains to Maggie Rodriguez all the reasons why this behavior is physically harmful to the child.

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Halloween Hockey Moms

Many women will be dressed as vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin this Halloween, each putting their own spin on her look. Harry Smith meets some of the impersonators.

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The US elections seen from the Middle East

The Middle East has a lot riding on the result of next week's US election. Everyone is asking how much American policy is likely to change in the region, particularly in Iraq and regarding the Israeli-Palestinian peace process?

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Historic 'Phantom' Performance

The debut performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "All I Ask Of You" from "Phantom Of The Opera" at the Garnier Paris Opera House, featuring Gina Beck and Simon Bailey from the London cast.

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Bartender Told To Lose Weight

Harry Smith interviews Virginia Tzortzos and her lawyer, Gloria Allred, who are suing a Los Angeles nightclub after Tzortzos was told she had to lose weight.

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Mike Huckabee On Campaign

Former GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has a new political talk show on Fox News and tells Harry Smith the reason why either Barack Obama or John McCain, could win the election.

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Candidates Make Final Push

Barack Obama and John McCain will make marathon stops in their final 100 hours, reports Jeff Glor. CBS affiliates report from Indiana, Florida and North Carolina to discuss their swing state status.

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