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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Hot Stocks- Technology

Cisco, Hewlett-Packard and Amazon.com, among others, trade lower on earnings and lower analyst ratings. Rex Crum reports. (Nov. 6)

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Bad News Barack

President-elect Obama ran on a campaign of hope, portraying conditions in America as worse than they are. Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger speaks with Kelsey Hubbard. (Nov. 6)

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Gay Marriage Ban Passes in California

Californians voted 52% to 48% to ban gay marriage, and opponents of the ban quickly took legal action. Stacey Delo reports. (Nov. 5)

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Netbooks, The Laptop-Smart Phone Compromise

Walt Mossberg gives an overview of netbooks, a new category of small notebook computers that fall between laptops and smart phones. He discusses the Acer Aspire One, the Dell Inspiron Mini 9, the MSI Wind U100 and the Asus Eee PC 1000H. (Nov. 5)

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Tricks for Saving in Tough Times

In challenging economic times, it's all the more important to save. But how to squeeze more cash out of your budget? Joseph Montanaro, certified financial planner with USAA Financial Services, offers three tips. (11/5)

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Politico 44

Jim VandeHei introduces Politico 44, and points out some key features of this new part of Politico.

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Where Have All the Shoppers Gone?

WSJ's Christina Binkley talks about the recession and how people are choosing between what they need and what they want. (Nov. 5)

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Transition gossip

Politico's Eamon Javers on the transition

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New Blackberry- Bold, Brighter ... Worth It?

WSJ's Katie Boehret reviews the ups and downs of the new Blackberry Bold offered through AT&T through RIMM. (Nov. 5)

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'One of those votes might be mine'

(Boston Globe) Young 'voters' in Malden boil the issues down to their essence: candy versus firetrucks. By Scott LaPierre / Globe Staff

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'One of those votes might be mine'

(Boston Globe) Young 'voters' in Malden boil the issues down to their essence: candy versus firetrucks. By Scott LaPierre / Globe Staff

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'Yes we did!'

(Boston Globe) Obama supporters screamed and drenched themselves in champagne at The Red Fez in the South End. By Scott LaPierre / Globe Staff

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'Yes we did!'

(Boston Globe) Obama supporters screamed and drenched themselves in champagne at The Red Fez in the South End. By Scott LaPierre / Globe Staff

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Hot Stocks- Bond Insurers Battered

Ambac and MBIA continue to be hounded by the real-estate slump, losing more market value after posting huge quarterly losses. Alistair Barr reports. (Nov. 5)

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A Historic Election for America

WSJ's Andy Jordan reports from Chicago, where residents were ecstatic and emotional over Barack Obama's presidential victory, and a sense of possibility prevailed. (Nov. 5)

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Obama Won't Leave Wall Street in Cold

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about stocks and areas of the market that may have reason to hope for better times, and those that may have something new to fear. (Nov. 5)

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Investors See Challenges for Obama

One day after Barack Obama's victorious run for the White House, New Yorkers are optimistic about the economy. But investors at the New York Stock Exchange say economic challenges lie ahead. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 5)

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China's Take on Barack Obama

WSJ's Jason Leow reports that many in China do not believe Presidential-elect Barack Obama has the experience to be the world's most important politician, but that he's still an interesting choice. (Nov. 5)

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Obama and the Oil Market's Future

Phil Flynn, senior energy analyst at Alaron Trading, discusses President-elect Obama's plans to cut U.S. dependence on Mideast oil and the weekly inventory data. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Nov. 5)

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At the polls- Trying to sway a vote

(Boston Globe) Standing outside the Codman Square Library in Dorchester, Ruthella Livingston goes over the ballot and recommends some choices on referendum questions. Video by Pat Greenhouse, produced by Leanne Burden Seidell, Globe Staff.

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At the polls- Trying to sway a vote

(Boston Globe) Standing outside the Codman Square Library in Dorchester, Ruthella Livingston goes over the ballot and recommends some choices on referendum questions. Video by Pat Greenhouse, produced by Leanne Burden Seidell, Globe Staff.

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Learning From Obama's Effective Communication Skills

T.J. Walker, who advises executives on effective speaking as CEO of Media Training Worldwide, discusses the communications lessons managers can take from President-elect Barack Obama's win. (Nov. 5)

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Bush on Obama

President Bush gives a Rose Garden address on Obama being elected...

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Dems Look to Move Fast, GOP Does Soul-Searching

WSJ's Jonathan Weisman gives a look ahead at what Barack Obama and the Democrats hope to accomplish quickly after their historic rise in power. He also discusses the next phase of the Republican Party. (Nov 5)

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Unified Government is Good for the Economy

History tells us a unified government is good for the economy, according to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at S&P, who talks with Kelsey Hubbard about what investors should expect now that the Democrats have won the presidency and control of both houses of Congress. (Nov. 5)

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Fiery Plane Crash Kills 2 Mexican Officials

Two top Mexican officials died in a plane crash that killed several others. The plane reportedly had problems in the past. Courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 5)

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Democrats Relish White House Win

With the White House in the party's grasp and a solid lead on Capitol Hill, President-elect Barack Obama is savoring his victory. Courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 5)

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Obama's Historic Win Cheered

From the capital to the crossroads of America, people celebrated the historic win of President-elect Barack Obama, saying race may no longer be an issue in the U.S. Courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 5)

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Obama's Campaign- Changing the Political Landscape

David Epstein, political science professor at Columbia University, discusses how President-elect Barack Obama transformed campaign fundraising and redefined the electoral map. (Nov. 5)

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Obama to Leverage Mass Appeal

WSJ reporter Jonathan Kaufman comments from Chicago's Grant Park on how President-elect Barack Obama will use his widespread appeal to get things done in Washington. (Nov. 5)

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D.C. Celebrates Obama Victory

Thousands of Barack Obama supporters take to the streets moments after his acceptance speech and head to the White House to celebrate Tuesday's historic election. (Nov. 5)

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Obama's acceptance speech

The President Elect

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McCain's Concession Speech

McCain's Concession Speech

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Politics- The Foreign Policy Challenge

David Shipley, the deputy editorial page editor of The Times, and the Op-Ed columnist Nicholas D. Kristof consider the road ahead for foreign affairs.

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President-Elect Obama's Acceptance Speech

The newly-elected 44th president of the United States speaks to supporters in Chicago, Ill.

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Patients Have Their Say

Patients at Cedar Sinai Medical Center are getting their chance to take part in this historic election with the help of some special volunteers. KCAL's Laura Segell reports.

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Voters Wait For Hours

Some experts predict a record 130 million Americans are voting in this election, four million more than in 2004. And, as Nancy Cordes reports, some waited hours in line to cast their votes.

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What The Exit Polls Say

Early exit polls are showing that the economy is the top issue this election and approval ratings for President Bush and Congress are reaching new lows. Anthony Mason reports.

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Entering Grant Park

hundreds of the millions of obama supporters were waiting outside Grant Park since the early hours of the morning. Some even came last night. About 65,000 had tickets, others just showed up, hoping to get in.

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Dole Loses Senate Seat

Breaking News: CBS News projects that Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-N.C.) has been defeated in a controversial campaign against Democrat Kay Hagan. Katie Couric and Byron Pitts examine this defeat.

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The Palin Effect

Breaking News: According to exit polls, Sen. John McCain's selection of Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate ended up costing him votes.

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Obama Takes Pa.

Breaking News: CBS News projects that Barack Obama has won the Keystone State, which was a highly contested battleground for both campaigns. Katie Couric spoke with Chip Reid and Anthony Mason.

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Early gains secure White House for Obama

With the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Ohio going his way early on results night, the presidency was all but secured for Barack Obama. The 47-year-old Illinois Senator becomes the first black president in America's history.

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How Obama Won Ohio

Breaking News: Anthony Mason looks at how Sen. Barack Obama flipped Ohio from a red state that backed Bush twice to a blue one.

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A Victory Of Faith Over Fear

Civil rights pioneer Andrew Young speaks with Russ Mitchell about the historical significance of this election at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.

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Breaking- Obama Wins Election

Breaking News: CBS News projects that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will become the next President of the United States. Katie Couric discusses this historic event.

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A profile of Barack Obama

Barack Obama, 47, will be inaugurated the 44th US president on January 20, 2009, and inherit an economy mired in the worst financial crisis since the 1930s, two wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and a nuclear showdown with Iran. A profile of Obama.

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Obama says 'change has come' in victory speech

US President-elect Barack Obama promised that "change is coming to America" as he gave a victory speech after becoming the first African-American to be elected to the White House.

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A New Chapter

Hundreds of college students have descended upon 1600 Pennsylvania Ave to celebrate Barack Obama's historic election victory. Katie Couric spoke with Jim Axelrod.

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McCain Admits Defeat

Breaking News: Appearing before a rally of his supporters in Arizona, Republican presidential candidate John McCain admited defeat against top rival Democrat Barack Obama.

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History Has Been Made

Russ Mitchell speaks with Rev. Bernice King about president-elect Barack Obama's stunning victory.

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Obama On 106-Year-Old Voter

During his 2008 presidential election acceptance speech in Chicago, future president Barack Obama discussed a 106-year-old black female voter, and the many changes she has witnessd in her lifetime.

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French Black Community gather in Paris

The French black community gathered in Paris on US elections night to witness a historic event: the election of a black man at the head of the most powerful country in the world. Many said they'd like an Obama for France, too.

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John McCain concedes defeat in Presidential race

Republican John McCain conceded defeat in the US presidential election here on Tuesday, congratulating Democratic rival Barack Obama and calling for Americans to unite behind their new leader.

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Expert- Expectations of Obama 'unrealistic'

Following Barack Obama's historic election victory on Tuesday, attention is now turning to whether he will really be able to dig the US out of the 'mess' it is in.

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HealthWatch

A new study finds the first month after a heart attack remains a period of increased danger for patients. Tara Mergener reports.

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Condi Calls Obama 'Inspirational'

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice congratulated President-Elect Barack Obama on his "extraordinary" win, saying that all Americans can feel justifiably proud.

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Israeli F.M. Embraces Obama

CBS News RAW: Israel s Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni weighed in on the 2008 U.S. presidential election, as she offered her congratulations to President-elect Barack Obama.

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Harlem Reacts To History

Residents in Harlem, N.Y. react to Barack Obama's historic presidential win. Kathryn Brown reports.

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Notebook- Obama

Election 2008 proved to be a historic event, no matter who you voted for. Kelly Wallace explains why.

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A New Transition For Obama

In the wake of the recent Democratic victory of President-elect Barack Obama, the transition is now already underway for a new commander-in-chief. CBS News Terri Okita reports from Chicago.

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US troops in Afghanistan welcome Obama win

Soldiers at the biggest US base in Afghanistan welcome the election of Barack Obama as their new commander-in-chief, hoping for an improvement in the security situation.

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The Middle East reacts to Obama's victory

Middle Eastern countries on Wednesday hailed Barack Obama's election as US president but they know that a change in US policy -- and in the United States' image here -- won't happen overnight.

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Howard U. Students Inspired

Members of the historically black Howard University were overwhelmed at witnessing Sen. Barack Obama's win, reports Priya David, and are inspired by it.

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Leonardo Di Caprio's Vote

CBS News RAW: Actor Leonardo Di Caprio spoke about why he voted for Sen. Barack Obama for president during a red carpet event in Rome, Italy.

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Post-Election Sizzle Panel

Pundits Ann Coulter, Nancy Giles, Frank Luntz, & Chris Kofinis analyze election night with Harry Smith and offer advice, reminiscences, and some criticism.

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Iraq Troops React To Election

CBS News RAW: Troops based just south of Baghdad react to the election of Sen. Barack Obama, saying they will support him as president.

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US voters elect Obama

An updated round-up of the election which will make Barack Obama the 44th president of the United States, including global reactions. An AFPTV report.

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How the world is reacting

Soundbites from ordinary people across the globe reacting to Barack Obama's election victory.

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Bush On Transition Of Office

CBS News RAW: President Bush speaks from the White House to congrat Sen. Barack Obama and assure the U.S. of a smooth transition of office.

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2008 Election Webcast

Only On The Web: Katie Couric hosts an exclusive online web show on the night of the 2008 presidential election, as Barack Obama marks a historic victory.

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Campaign 08 Rewind

Katie Couric takes a look back at this historic election night with the culmination of Barack Obama as the projected 43rd president of the U.S.

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A President For The World

The world watched along with Americans as votes were counted and Sen. Barack Obama became the next U.S. President. Sheila Macvicar reports.

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An Emotional Election Night

Barack Obama gave his election night acceptance speech to an emotional Chicago, Ill. crowd of more than 100,000 people. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Election Night Recap

Senator Barack Obama enjoyed a landslide victory on election night. "The Early Show" recaps the highlights of this historic event.

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Kenya celebrates Obama victory

Kenya erupted in joy on Wednesday, as its favourite son Barack Obama -- whose late father was Kenyan -- takes over the White House and becomes America's first black president.

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World Response To Obama Win

How will President-elect Barack Obama change the world's opinion of the U.S.? Katie Couric speaks with CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan about this historic win.

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Obama's Victory Speech

Appearing before tens of thousands of supporters in Chicago, President-elect Barack Obama discussed his historical campaign and victory. Watch the entire speech.

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Obama says change has come to America

It's been a long time coming. But tonight, because of what we did on this day, in this election, at this defining moment, change has come to America, Barack Obama told a crowd of 65,000 people in his home town, Chicago.

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Obama's in-tray- the agenda of the new president

The America people have made their choice but what will be on the agenda for Barack Obama? A look at the most pressing issues which await the 44th president of the USA.

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A profile of Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama has said it herself: nowhere but in America would her story be possible. Born Michelle LaVaughn Robinson on January 17, 1964, she grew up in a working class Chicago neighborhood as the United States embarked on some of the most tumultuous years of the civil rights movement. A portrait of America's future First Lady.

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Obama town in Japan ecstatic for namesake

With hula dancers, chanting and rock 'n' roll, a Japanese town named Obama rejoices as its namesake is elected president of the United States.

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History as Obama elected America's first black president

Americans emphatically elected Democrat Barack Obama as their first black president, in a historic election which will reshape US politics and the US role on the world stage.

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Obama supporters celebrate

Obama supporters celebrate the election of their candidate in Washington and in Chicago.

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The Morning After Election Day

President Elect Barack Obama will likely hit the ground running in the day after the presidential election. As Bill Plante reports, he faces many obstacles.

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Bob Schieffer On Historic Win

Bob Schieffer, the host of "Face The Nation" remembers Texas segregation, and tells Harry Smith what Sen. Barack Obama's win means to older Americans.

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Jesse Jackson Reacts

Sen. Barack Obama's historic presidential win was built on the shoulders of other African-Americans, but Jesse Jackson tells Maggie Rodriguez not to let that cloud Obama's achievement.

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Obama's Journey Into History

Harry Smith spoke with CBS News presidential historian Douglas Brinkley about African-American history and Sen. Barack Obama's uphill climb to the presidency.

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Maya Angelou- 'I'm So Proud'

Election night became a great moment in history, especially for African-Americans. Harry Smith spoke with author Maya Angelou about Barack Obama's achievement.

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GOP Hopes For Bipartisanship

Sen. Kay Bailey-Hutchison-R, Texas talks to Harry Smith about how the GOP may respond to an Obama administration and a Democratically controlled House of Representatives.

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Kenya celebrates Obama victory

A country in celebration: how Kenyans are reacting to Obama's win.

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Asian stocks rise as Obama takes White House

Asian stocks rose on hopes that US president-elect Barack Obama will take new steps to end the financial crisis. Japan's Nikkei was up 4.46 percent.

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Obama fans celebrate victory in Europe

Cheers and shouts of joy erupted from bars in London and Berlin as hundreds of people celebrated the election of Barack Obama.

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Best pix of the election

Highlights from the election night that electrified America and the world.

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Spiral into chaos in the Congo

Rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo say the government has "launched the war on its people" by refusing to negotiate with them,

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