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Friday, November 7, 2008

Obama's Enforcer

Editorial board member Jason Riley discusses the Rahm Emanuel pick. (Nov. 8)

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Hot or Not - November 7

Kotecki's weekly run-down of the hottest and not-est in politics... some real shockers this week... not really, but we are trying to get you to watch.

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Finicky Traveler- Arizona Spa Resorts

WSJ's Laura Landro the Finicky Traveler, visits two hotels in Arizona, The Boulder in Carefree and The Four Seasons in Scottsdale. (Nov. 7)

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Obama and Black Conservatives

Editorial board member Jason Riley on an historic election. (Nov. 7)

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Michael Jordan Takes on CEO John Rogers

Ariel Investments CEO and Chairman John Rogers takes on basketball legend Michael Jordan in a game of one-on-one. Courtesy of John Rogers (Nov. 7)

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Looking Ahead- Debt Refunding Sale, Washington

Much of the market's focus will be on Washington next week, as the government auctions off $55 billion in bonds, President Bush hosts the G20, and the Commerce Department releases retail sales. Stacey Delo reports. (Nov. 7)

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President-Elect Holds First Press Conference

Barack Obama held his first press conference since being elected, and used the opportunity to reassure Americans that he'll address the worsening economy. (Nov. 7)

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Juicy Couture Opens Fifth Avenue Store

Retailers are expecting a gloomy holiday season. But at the party celebrating the opening of Juicy Couture's new Fifth Avenue flagship, the mood seemed to be: Recession? What recession? (Nov. 7)

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Reasons for the Volatile Market

WSJ's Larry Light asks Personal Finance columnist, Jason Zweig about the volatility in the market. As Zweig explains, record levels of fluctuations this year have shown more volatility than the previous 10 years combined. (Nov. 7)

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Obama on First Puppy

A pressing issue in the Obama family

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Obama- I've only spoken to living presidents

I didn't want to get into a Nancy Reagan thing about doing any seances.

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Obama takes questions

Obama takes his first questions as President-elect

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Obama's opening statement

Obama's first press conference as President-elect

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Hot Stocks- Autos

GM and Ford roll out third-quarter earnings, and the numbers are very bit as ugly as investors had feared. Jim Jelter reports. (Nov. 7)

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GM Struggles to Stay Afloat

With General Motors posting sharply lower quarterly earnings, WSJ's John Stoll asks whether bankruptcy may be next for GM. (Nov. 7)

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Ford Motor Liquidity Worsens

Ford posted a third-quarter loss as U.S. auto industry troubles continue. WSJ's Jeff Bennett and Matt Dolan discuss the auto maker's cash burn and the dismal outlook ahead. (Nov. 7)

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Jobless Rate Shows More Labor Woes

U.S. unemployment surged to a 14-year high of 6.5%. And after a tough year, it's clear the labor market is falling into a much sharper deterioration. WSJ's Sudeep Reddy reports. (Nov. 7)

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A Look at Hollywood's Holiday Plans

MarketWatch's Russ Britt previews some of the most hotly anticipated movie releases, including "Twilight," "Madagascar: Escape to Africa," "Quantum of Solace" and "Valkyrie." (Nov. 7)

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Look Ahead in Asia- Chinese Economy in Focus

China is slated to release some key economic data, including inflation and trade numbers, while earnings reports are scheduled from some key Japanese banks. Michael Kitchen reports. (Nov. 7)

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Stocks Today- Is the D-Word in Our Future?

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about the rising unemployment rate and how the market is reacting. (Nov. 6)

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The Week Ahead In Europe

Now that the U.S. election has passed, investors in Europe will focus on corporate earnings. EADS, Vodafone and Thales are just three of the big companies expected to report next week. (Nov. 7)

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Roundup 11/7/08

Playing the blame game

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Kotecki- 11/07/08

Rahm Emanuel is profane, and I sing about Obama�s upcoming press conference.

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Kotecki- 11/07/08

Rahm Emanuel is profane, and I sing about Obama's upcoming press conference.

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Red Lobster's Wood-Fire Grill Ad

See Red Lobster's ad touting its new "wood-fire grilling" method. Video courtesy of Red Lobster. (Nov. 7)

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WSJ's The Week on Wall Street- From Bad to Worse

WSJ's MarketBeat columnist David Gaffen discusses the latest abysmal economic data. He speaks with Dow Jones Newswires Simon Constable. (Nov. 7)

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Playback 11/7/08

A new puppy to the White House

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Who Covered The Election Best?

Jon Friedman asks Media Web readers to cast one more vote -- on who the best and worst campaign reporters were.(Nov. 7)

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Arts- Maya Lin's "Wave Field"

The artist discusses her new projects, including her new installation at the Storm King Art Center.

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Obama Holds Press Conference

In Full: Barack Obama held his first press conference as President-elect, stressing economy as a top issue for his presidency. Katie Couric and a panel of CBS News correspondents provide analysis.

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Retailers In Trouble

The only retailer to increase their sales last month was WalMart. Slowing sales have devastated department stores across the nation, forcing many to close their doors. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Small Towns And Unemployment

Elkhart, Ind. has been hit hard by the financial crisis, high gas prices, and the credit freeze. The town's unemployment rate has doubled to more than 10 percent in one year. Seth Doane reports.

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The New First Family

When the Obamas move to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. this January, many adjustments will have to be made to accommodate the new first family. Katie Couric has more.

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Obama's White House Transition

Barack Obama will make his first trip to Washington as president-elect at the invitation of President Bush. Obama has begun to create his new administration. Jim Axelrod has more.

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From Bush To Obama

Historians have often said that speed matters during presidential transitions and it seems that Barack Obama isn't wasting any time. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Is America Cool?

Richard Roth asks some bar-going Brits how they feel about the outcome of the American election.

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Economic Briefing For Obama

Chip Reid reports on the activities of President-Elect Barack Obama while Fmr. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, an economic advisor to Obama, explains to Harry Smith where the economy needs help.

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Prop 8 Protests Continue

Protesters against California's Proposition 8 banning gay marriage targeted a Mormon temple for supporting the measure, Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Jobs Evaporate In A U.S. Town

Elkhart, Ind., home of the RV, has the highest unemployment in the nation after the closure of its auto plant. Residents are fighting hard to weather the economic storm, reports Maggie Rodriguez.

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Michelle Obama's Style

National Correspondent for InStyle Magazine Katrina Szish talks with Maggie Rodriguez about Michelle Obama's signature fashion choices from the campaign trail.

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Another Brief Shining Moment?

The words of Sen. Barack Obama and style of his wife Michelle recall the hopeful John F. Kennedy era known as "Camelot," reports Harry Smith.

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Auto Industry On Its Knees

The big three auto companies and workers' union met with Congress to request a bailout, citing a catastrophe if the industry is left alone during the economic crisis, reports Cynthia Bowers.

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Obama Says Bush Is Still Boss

CBS News' Chip Reid asks President-elect Barack Obama if he will challenge President Bush about decisions made in Bush's final days in office.

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Notebook- S.O.S. For The GOP

In the wake of the 2008 election season, Katie Couric notes that the Republican party is in need of a reboot. Couric mentions GOP La. Gov. Bobby Jindal, who suggests that fresh ideas are needed.

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Economy Returns To Forefront

The U.S. economy reported record losses on the heels of dismal unemployment and retail sales reports, Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton tells Maggie Rodriguez.

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Obama talks economy

President-elect Barack Obama Friday convened his high power panel of 17 economic advisors and held a press conference on another day of dismal news for the US economy.

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EU will speak with one voice in Washington says Sarkozy

French president Nicolas Sarkozy told the world that Europe will have one political voice from now on and it will defend its joint position at the G20 summit in Washington next week. But he said the EU didn't want to pass from having no regulation to having too much.

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Berlusconi makes Obama gaffe

Italy's gaffe-prone Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi praised US president-elect Barack Obama as "young, handsome and tanned", prompting harsh criticism from left-wing politicians.

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Windhoek bucks the shanty trend

The Namibian capital Windhoek is managing to stay one step ahead of the flood of people coming to town from the countryside. However both space and resources are running low with chronic unemployment.

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Cairo drivers unimpressed with new traffic laws

Egyptian drivers aren't too impressed with the strict new rules of the road. Offences could lead hundreds of dollars of fines or even a prison sentence.

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Tokyo farmers get high

Roftop farming has become so popular in Tokyo that many office workers are seeing it as a potential new career option in turbulent economic times.

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Eye To Eye- Obama's Goals

As president-elect, Barack Obama came before the press careful not to overstep his boundaries but, at the same time, appear in control. Katie Couric talks with Bob Schieffer and Anthony Mason.

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Is America Cool?

Richard Roth asks some bar-going Brits how they feel about the outcome of the American election.

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Michelle Obama's Style

National Correspondent for InStyle Magazine Katrina Szish talks with Maggie Rodriguez about Michelle Obama's signature fashion choices from the campaign trail.

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Prop 8 Protests Continue

Protesters against California's Proposition 8 banning gay marriage targeted a Mormon temple for supporting the measure, Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Ted Turner Alone On The Range

Cable pioneer Ted Turner owns on a giant ranch in Montana, which he loves. But he tells Morley Safer he hates to spend the night alone at one of his sprawling properties.

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Jobs Evaporate In A U.S. Town

Elkhart, Ind., home of the RV, has the highest unemployment in the nation after the closure of its auto plant. Residents are fighting hard to weather the economic storm, reports Maggie Rodriguez.

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Another Brief Shining Moment?

The words of Sen. Barack Obama and style of his wife Michelle recall the hopeful John F. Kennedy era known as "Camelot," reports Harry Smith.

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Auto Industry On Its Knees

The big three auto companies and workers' union met with Congress to request a bailout, citing a catastrophe if the industry is left alone during the economic crisis, reports Cynthia Bowers.

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Paul Rudd As 'Role Model'

Paul Rudd talks to Harry Smith about his new film "Role Model" and about hosting "Saturday Night Live."

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Economic Briefing For Obama

Chip Reid reports on the activities of President-Elect Barack Obama while Fmr. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, an economic advisor to Obama, explains to Harry Smith where the economy needs help.

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Obama Says Bush Is Still Boss

CBS News' Chip Reid asks President-elect Barack Obama if he will challenge President Bush about decisions made in Bush's final days in office.

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The Life And Work Of O'Reilly

Harry Smith interviews Bill O'Reilly about his life leading up to "The O'Reilly Factor" and what has come from his success.

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Obama Holds Press Conference

In Full: Barack Obama held his first press conference as President-elect, stressing economy as a top issue for his presidency. Katie Couric and a panel of CBS News correspondents provide analysis.

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Economy Returns To Forefront

The U.S. economy reported record losses on the heels of dismal unemployment and retail sales reports, Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton tells Maggie Rodriguez.

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Iran Congratulates Obama

CBS News RAW: President-elect Barack Obama answers a question from ABC News' Jake Tapper about receiving a note of congratulations from the Iranian president regarding his election.

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Obama's White House Transition

Barack Obama will make his first trip to Washington as president-elect at the invitation of President Bush. Obama has begun to create his new administration. Jim Axelrod has more.

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