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Monday, November 10, 2008

Commercials Of The 1950s

Barbara Lippert, a critic for "Adweek" magazine, explains to Harry Smith how mid-century television ads from the 1950s influenced the public.

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Fall Family Travel Deals

USA Today's Ben Mutzabaugh shares tips with Julie Chen for saving money on your fall family vacation.

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A High Tech White House

President-Elect Obama says he will embrace new technology in his administration and plans to appoint a Chief Technology Officer. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Obama's White House Welcome

Breaking News: President Bush and his wife, Laura, welcome President-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, to the White House. Katie Couric reports.

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Face The Nation, 11.9.08

Bob Schieffer speaks with President-elect Barack Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel about his administration's next moves, and David Brooks and John Harris discuss Obama's strategy.

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Taking On The World

The world celebrated Barack Obama's election victory this week, but will the love sour when he has to make tough foreign policy decisions? Elizabeth Palmer reports

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Keeping A Healthy Heart

In a landmark study, doctors are using, for the first time, a cholesterol lowering drug to prevent heart attacks and strokes in patients with normal cholesterol levels. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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The Long Road To January 20th

President-elect Obama will travel to Washington on Monday as the soon-to-be Commander-In-Chief, but until January 20th, he's still one voice in the Senate among 49 others. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Prop 8. Protests

Protests continue along California's coastline with the passage of Proposition 8, which bans gay marriage statewide. John Blackstone reports.

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This Victory Belongs To You

President-elect Barack Obama has made a promise to the American people that he will not be beholden to special interest groups, but is that fact or fiction? Thalia Assuras reports.

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Famous White House Transitions

Passing the presidential baton often included notable moments both honorable and embarrassing, reports Thalia Assuras. Maggie Rodriguez also talks to Laura Bush's chief of staff about the Obama visit.

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Palin Strikes Back

Julie Chen spoke with American Enterprise Institute's David Frum about former McCain campaign staffers who allegedly criticized Gov. Sarah Palin's foreign policy knowledge.

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Ivory Coast's elections set to be pushed back

Ivory Coast's main political parties said Monday that presidential elections set for November 30 would be delayed because of difficulties over voter-identification and security. Bringing voters' lists up to date is a mega-task, which has become bogged down in a string of problems.

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Reflections on today's developments in the financial crisis

Alan Valdes, vice president at the financial consulting firm Hillard Lyons, reflects on the Chinese stimulus package and AIG's bailout request.

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Love not war for Paris pigeons

They lure them in, feed them and give them a place to live - then they kill their offspring. It's the latest technique employed by the city of Paris to control its pigeon population.

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Prostitution crackdown in rome

It's been two months since Rome's right-wing mayor issued a decree banning street prostitution. Since then, the capital's police have been cracking down on the sex trade.

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Japan- leading the green auto revolution

International talks in Poznan, Poland, next week will focus on setting targets to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. One of the countries leading the race for alternative energy in the car market is Japan, where they are developing affordable, high-performing and emission-free cars.

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Breaking the taboo of sexual harassment in Egypt

An Egyptian man was recently sentenced to three years in prison for sexual harassment, a first in Egypt, where violence against women is still rampant.

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Neediest Cases- Moving Out Moving In

Christina Natale talks about how financial pressures forced her to sell her home.

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Aloft Over Silicon Valley

Airship Ventures is reviving a classic form of transport in the United States, the zeppelin, with a safer, modern version. Therese Poletti reports. (Nov. 11)

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Tech Diary- 'Tech Dorm Gone Wild'

WSJ's Andy Jordan hangs out at a dorm at the prestigious MIT, which houses a coterie of fidgeting student-technologists with a penchant for tinkering, and an eye for changing the world. (Nov. 10)

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Finding Dark Matter

WSJ reporter Gautam Naik follows scientists into the depths of a mine in search of dark matter. (Nov. 10)

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Questions About the Crestor Study

In a new study, AstraZeneca's cholesterol drug Crestor lowered the risk of heart attacks among healthy patients, but Dr. Steven Greer, founder and CEO of The Healthcare Channel, takes issue with some of the study's claims.

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What Mandate?

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot interviews Democratic pollster Doug Schoen. (Nov. 10)

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It All Comes Down To Georgia


Barack Obama and liberal Washington Democrats need Jim Martin's help for complete control of government.

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Zions Bancorp Plans to Lend

While some firms are holding tight to bailout money, Zions Bancorp CEO Harris Simmons says his firm will use its $1.4 billion in TARP funds to lend more money. Andrea Coombes reports. (Nov. 10)

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Obama leaves Washington

Obama boards a plane after his White House meeting with President Bush...

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The Bushes meet the Obamas

The Bushes meet the Obamas

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Obama's Real Opposition

Democrats on the Hill have their own ideas for the first 100 days. (Nov. 10)

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Monday Markets- Government Borrowing

The U.S. government is auctioning $55 billion in debt refunding to help pay for programs initiated to boost the economy. Gary Schlossberg, economist at Wells Capital Management, discusses the potential effects with Stacey Delo. (Nov. 10)

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Millennials & The US Economy - ASK THE EXPERT

How have young American's views on the economy changed in recent years? Why are the views of young blacks, Hispanics, and whites more similar now? And will this diverse group of Millennials affect the political landscape and upcoming election? Amanda Logan from the Center for American Progress answers these questions in the latest installment of CAPs ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Building a Sustainable Security Strategy

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/06/sustainable_security.html How can we combat terrorism, fight poverty, and promote democracy in the developing world? How is this different from the Bush administration's plans, and why will it work? And where is this approach most needed? Reuben Brigety of the Center for American Progress answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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U.S. Response to the Financial Crisis

WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath takes a look at the government's 'ad hoc' response to the financial crisis. (Nov. 10)

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Obama en route to D.C.

Obama en route to D.C.

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Morning show roundup

Best of the morning shows

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Stone Cold Spending Slow - When's the Thaw?

Barron's Michael Santoli addresses the long-term outlook for consumer spending, and what it means for the stock market and economy. (Nov. 10)

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AIG Becoming a Money Pit?

Barron's Bob O'Brien says the consequences of AIG's failure are of paramount interest not only to the U.S. goverment but to the financial services system throughout the globe. (Nov. 10)

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College Endowments Falling Short

Barron's Andrew Bary takes a look at endowments given to universities across the country - are they lessening due to the financial crisis. (Nov. 10)

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Hot Stocks Report- Financials

MarketWatch's Sam Mamudi rounds up today's action in the financial sector, including new plans for AIG, a record third-quarter loss from Fannie Mae, results from HSBC and talks of a Citigroup deal. (Nov. 10)

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Obama Market- For Better or Worse

Barron's Clare McKeen takes a look at how Barack Obama's victory is likely to help or hurt specific stocks. (Nov. 10)

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Dropping the kids off

Dropping the kids off

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Kotecki- 11/10/08

Barack Obama's weird press conference, Bill Cosby helps Obama win, and Obama might have people comment on bills before he signs them.

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Kotecki- 11/10/08

Barack Obama�s weird press conference, Bill Cosby helps Obama win, and Obama might have people comment on bills before he signs them.

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THE BALLAD OF LOVE

The Fate from Rome: Song of extreme sweetness about a love that need to be regain.Here what you see are The Fate at work in a recording studio trying to work out a masterpiece.

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First Presser

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Financial Blame Game Expected as Hill Hearings Loom

WSJ's David Gaffen and Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires discuss forthcoming Congressional hearings, plus the prospect of more bad news in retail sales.(Nov. 10)

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Fox News in an Obama World

Fox News Channel reigned during the Bush years, but Jon Friedman cautions readers not to count the network out during the Obama presidency. (Nov. 10)

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Joe drops the f-bomb

Joe drops the f-bomb

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Meet The 'Slumdog Millionaire'

Star Dev Patel discusses Danny Boyle's ("28 Days Later", "Trainspotting") latest film, "Slumdog Millionaire," which chronicles the spectacular rise of an Indian street kid's fame on a TV game show.

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A High Tech White House

President-Elect Obama says he will embrace new technology in his administration and plans to appoint a Chief Technology Officer. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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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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Ariz. Boy A Murder Suspect

The 8-yr.-old who police say shot his father and another man could be tried as an adult, pending an investigation, reports Maggie Rodriguez. An expert on child abuse weighs in on the case.

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Obama's White House Welcome

Breaking News: President Bush and his wife, Laura, welcome President-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, to the White House. Katie Couric reports.

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Famous White House Transitions

Passing the presidential baton often included notable moments both honorable and embarrassing, reports Thalia Assuras. Maggie Rodriguez also talks to Laura Bush's chief of staff about the Obama visit.

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Paloma Hits Cuba

Caught On Tape: Hurricane Paloma downgraded to a tropical depression as it moved over Cuba. The storm destroyed hundreds of homes on the Cuban coastline.

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Monks Brawl In Jerusalem

CBS News RAW: Israeli police rushed into one of Christianity's holiest churches and arrested two clergyman after an argument between monks erupted into a brawl next to the site of Jesus' tomb.

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Student Dies During Frat Party

Eighteen-year-old Brett Griffin went into cardiac arrest and died after what police suspect was a heavy night of drinking. Griffin was a student at the University of Delaware. WCBS' Dave Carlin reports.

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The Weekly News In Rap

Only On The Web: The idea behind Flocabulary's "The Week In Rap" is to turn kids onto the news by making it accessible and understandable. Cofounders Blake Harrison and Alex Rappaport explain.

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MoneyWatch

Circuit City has filed for bankruptcy while the German-based DHL is closing all of its U.S. service centers, eliminating nearly 10,000 jobs. Kathryn Brown reports on today's top business stories.

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Notebook- Bush And Obama

President and Mrs. Bush welcomed Barack and Michelle Obama to what will become their new home come Jan. 20th, 2009. Katie Couric has more.

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Drug May Prevent Heart Attacks

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum about how the drug Crestor may prevent heart attacks in patients with slight artery inflammation.

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The Long Road To January 20th

President-elect Obama will travel to Washington on Monday as the soon-to-be Commander-In-Chief, but until January 20th, he's still one voice in the Senate among 49 others. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Keeping A Healthy Heart

In a landmark study, doctors are using, for the first time, a cholesterol lowering drug to prevent heart attacks and strokes in patients with normal cholesterol levels. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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The Old Boys Of Summer

The trash talking "Brooklyn Ballers," ranging in age between 60 and 76, are still swinging against players half their age. Michelle Miller reports.

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Taking On The World

The world celebrated Barack Obama's election victory this week, but will the love sour when he has to make tough foreign policy decisions? Elizabeth Palmer reports

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This Victory Belongs To You

President-elect Barack Obama has made a promise to the American people that he will not be beholden to special interest groups, but is that fact or fiction? Thalia Assuras reports.

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1950s TV Kids Reunion

Harry Smith sat down with TV child stars from the 1950s: Wally Cleaver from "Leave it To Beaver," Timmy from "Lassie," Jeff Stone from "The Donna Reed Show" and Little Ricky from "I Love Lucy."

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The Shock Treatment

Young military surgeons get a taste of what they'll experience in Iraq and Afghanistan by working at the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Md. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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A Look Back At 1950s Style

Fashion Institute Of Technology's Valerie Steele and Warren-Tricomi Studio's Joel Warren showed Julie Chen which styles and fashion trends were hip for the whole family in the 1950s.

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Prop 8. Protests

Protests continue along California's coastline with the passage of Proposition 8, which bans gay marriage statewide. John Blackstone reports.

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Little Richard Live

Little Richard, the rock icon from the 1950s, performs a medley of "Good Golly Miss Molly," "Keep-A-Knockin'" and "Lucille," three of his greatest hits.

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Smoke Pillar Seen For Miles

Caught On Tape: A Houston, Texas warehouse filled with plastic pellets in cardboard and metal totes caught on fire and billowing black smoke reached so high it could be seen from miles away.

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