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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Fighting To Stay Afloat, In Queens

George Anton and his family have lived in a houseboat in the World's Fair Marina for 18 years, but now they are facing eviction. Mr. Anton builds model ships and is selling them to pay his legal fees.

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Introducing the Global Dow

WSJ's Managing Editor Robert Thomson introduces the new international index, the Global Dow. (Nov. 11)

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Apple's Move Into Gaming

As WSJ's Nick Wingfield reports, Apple has become an even bigger player in entertainment as it takes on gaming heavyweights Nintendo and Sony. (Nov. 11)

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Madeleine Albright on Women and Leadership

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright speaks with Kelsey Hubbard about what she would like to see in women in leadership positions. (Nov. 9)

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Obama's Tax Cuts Explained

James Taranto speaks with the editorial page's senior economics writer Stephen Moore.

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Hypnotist Helps Calm Financial Fear

As economic worries increase, a New York hypnotist is finding a new niche. WSJ's Mary Pilon talks with Jacob Bimblich about how he's using hypnosis to help people cope with financial stress. (Nov. 11)

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Hypnotist Helps Calm Financial Fear (Spanish)

As economic worries increase, a New York hypnotist is finding a new niche. WSJ's Mary Pilon talks with Jacob Bimblich about how he's using hypnosis to help people cope with financial stress. (Nov. 11)

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Testing the Flip MinoHD Camera

WSJ's Katie Boehret tests the Flip MinoHD camera. Costing $229, this handheld video camera can capture high definition footage. (Nov. 11)

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Shoppers Seek Second-hand Bargains

In tough economic times, cash-strapped consumers are finding bargains at second-hand shops. MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters reports.

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Jim Martin Fact #20- Georgia's Largest Tax Increase


Jim Martin voted for what was the largest tax increase in Georgia's history -- a vote that raised taxes by $687 million and raised the sales tax by 32 percent.

More at www.JimMartinFacts.com.

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Study- Heartburn Drugs-Plavix Mix Worrisome

Popular heartburn pills may keep the blood thinner Plavix from working effectively, according to a new study that could shake the market for several multi-billion-dollar-a-year drugs. WSJ's Alicia Mundy reports. (Nov. 11)

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AIDS-Fighting Gilead Still Looks Golden

Barron's Johanna Bennett says that growing HIV drug sales and changing treatment guidelines make Gilead a good defensive play. (Nov. 11)

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The Treatment of Bush Has Been a Disgrace

Editorial board member James Taranto interviews Jeffrey Scott Shapiro about President Bush.

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VP Debate- Bests and Mosts

CQ Politics presents the 'bests and mosts' moments from the 2008 Vice Presidential Debate at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Analysis- 2nd Pres. Debate Changes Little in Race

CQ Politics political reporter Jonathan Allen analyzes the 2nd presidential debate between Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama.

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3rd Pres. Debate- Bests and Mosts

CQ Politics presents the 'Bests and Mosts' from the third and final presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York.

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3rd Pres. Debate- Bests and Mosts

CQ Politics presents the 'Bests and Mosts' from the third and final presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York.

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Sen. John McCain Concedes, Congratulates Obama

Sen. John McCain concedes victory to Obama in front of supporters in Arizona.

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Reid, Pelosi Celebrate Obama Win, Dem. Gains in DC

Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and about 1,000 Democrats celebrate at the DCCC/DSCC Watch Party in Washington, DC.

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Is America Turning Japanese?

Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires says the U.S. is taking a page out of Japan's "economic book" from the 90's and turning Japanese. (Nov. 11)

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Hot Stocks Report- Banks

Two of the banks that have held up the best during the credit crisis, HSBC Holdings and Banco Santander, are starting to fade. MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein reports. (Nov. 11)

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Gun Runs Trigger Call Selling

Barron's Online Steven Sears says to take aim at monetizing a post-election surge in firearms sales. (Nov. 11)

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Obama at Bronze Soldiers Memorial

Obama lays wreath

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Clouds Form Over Solar Stocks

Despite President-elect Barack Obama's commitment to green energy, stocks in the solar industry are risky bets according to Barron's.

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Palin fights back

Palin fights back

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Corporate America- What Goes Around...

WSJ's Dennis Berman and Evan Newmark discuss how corporate America will survive these tough economic times. Restructuring could be the key. (Nov. 11)

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Lights On!

Emerson Electric, one of the S&P "Dividend Aristocrats," lifts its payout as its profits hit a record.

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KoteckiTV- 11/11/08

The Obamas visit the White House, Terry McAuliffe runs for governor, and Sarah Palin might run in 2012.

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The Obamas visit the White House, Terry McAuliffe runs for governor, and Sarah Palin might run in 2012.

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Bush Welcomes President-Elect To White House

President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush gave President-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, a sneak peek Monday at what they can expect when they move into the White House. Courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 11)

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Still Calling Tight Races

James Kotecki, sleep-deprived, still calling tight races in the House and Senate, for fear of eventually being politics deprived.

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Bush-to-Obama Transition Going Smoothly

The handoff of power from President George W. Bush to President-Elect Barack Obama is going smoothly so far, due largely to a professional relationship among Josh Bolten, John Podesta and Rahm Emanuel, WSJ's Jerry Seib reports. (Nov. 11)

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Washing Away The Grocery Cart "Ick" Factor

Supermarket carts are a haven for germs. WSJ's Anne Marie Chaker looks at one Chevy Chase, Maryland supermarket's efforts to take the gross out of grocery carts. (Nov. 11)

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Playback 11/11/08

Don't even think about it

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Paulson Should Involve New Administration

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is grappling with issues and making decisions that will impact the economic landscape for years to come. He should invite members of President-elect Barack Obama's advisory team to weigh in, David Weidner argues. (Nov. 11)

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Future White House Chef?

Barack Obama has a lot on his plate these days as he chooses the men and women who will be his closest advisors and cabinet members. But who will be tapped to cook for the president? Drew Levinson reports.

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Bikinis on the Beach

Brazillian designers are looking to take over the beachwear scene. Rio's first Claro Rio Summer fashion week shows off hot new styles.

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Notebook- Women Veterans

Women are the fasting growing group of veterans in the U.S. Katie Couric salutes their service on Veteran's Day.

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The "Cash Only" Diet

Only On The Web: Randall Pinkston spoke with advocates of a "cash only" diet, who either limit or completely eliminate their credit card use.

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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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Heart Attacks And Cholesterol

Even if your cholesterol levels are good, taking a Statin might lower your risk for heart attacks and strokes. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Cutting Up Those Credit Cards

During these tough financial times, many Americans are feeling the weight of the credit crunch and look to using only cash for their purchases. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Obama's Reality Check

President-elect Barack Obama made some expensive promises on the campaign trail. With the federal budget collapsing, Obama must now decide what steps to take next. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Obamas Visit The White House

A cordial President Bush and first lady welcomed the Obamas to the White House. The president and Obama conversed in the Oval Office while the ladies toured the grounds. Chip Reid reports.

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AIG Gets Bigger Bailout

Two months after AIG, the nation's largest insurance company, received a huge financial bailout it will be receiving more help from Washington. Anthony Mason reports.

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Foreign Policy Under Obama

Barack Obama is reportedly already at work on an Afghanistan plan. Lara Logan talks to Maggie Rodriguez about the president-elect's position on foreign policy issues.

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56 Yr-old Births Grandchildren

A 56 year old surrogate grandmother carried and gave birth to her daughter's triplets. Julie Chen spoke with the happy new family.

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Singing Priests' Record Deal

Three singing priests from North Ireland simply known as "The Priests," recently signed a multi-million-dollar recording contract with Sony BMG. They will release a Christmas album this year.

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Palin Answers Critics

Sarah Palin responds to critics as allegations from her vice presidential campaign continue to shadow her. Palin spoke about her campaign wardrobe and her political future.

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Unforgettable 60s Jingles

Some of the television commercials for products were more memorable than the products themselves. "The Early Show" tries to guess the jingles that go with what they were selling.

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Chopra Talks Wealth Vs. Money

Author Deepak Chopra explains to Harry Smith how tough economic times can be viewed as an opportunity for positive change.

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Still Hip 60s TV Chicks

Barbara Eden, Dawn Wells, Barbara Feldon and Kathy Garver, actresses from hit 1960s television shows, go back with Harry Smith to the crazy plots of early color TV.

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A Look Back At The 1960s

The Early Show anchors recall the historical moments of the 1960s, from Woodstock to The Berlin Wall.

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Glamour Celebrates Women

An all-star cast of female celebrities turned out in New York City to honor extraordinary and inspirational women at the annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2008.

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A First For First Ladies

Michelle Obama will be the first African American to serve as first lady in the White House. What are her goals for the years to come? Katie Couric reports.

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Obama Honors Veterans

CBS News RAW: President-elect Barack Obama and Director of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs Tammy Duckworth laid down a wreath in honor of the nation's fallen veterans in Chicago, Ill.

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Starbucks Profits Go Cold

Starbucks profits dropped 97% this quarter as consumers are cutting back on their expensive drinks. Meanwhile McDonald's profits went up. Hattie Kauffmann reports.

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Chimp Adopts Tiger Cubs

CBS News RAW: A chimp at Jungle Island in Miami, Fla. has grown fond of two white tiger cubs. The trio sleep, play and eat together.

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FLDS Seeks Refuge In Colo.

The FLDS has been in the news for bigamy, accusations of forced marriages, and mistreatment of women and children. Now the polygamist group has purchased at least eight properties in Colorado. CBS4's Rick Sallinger reports.

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WWII Vets At D.C. Memorial

Aging veterans are getting the chance to visit the WWII memorial in Washington, D.C. thanks to a new effort to help get them there, reports Thalia Assuras.

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Obama's White House Welcome

Barack Obama met with President Bush in the Oval Office to begin a smooth transition of power while Michelle Obama met with Mrs. Bush and toured Washington, D.C. schools.

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Hurricane Season Costs Cuba

Renovations are underway after Hurricane Paloma destroyed an estimated 400 beachfront homes. Cuba has already suffered $8.6 billion in damages from Hurricanes Ike and Gus. Portia Siegelbaum reports.

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Baghdad reopens "stampede" bridge

Authorities in Baghdad on Tuesday opened a major bridge linking historic Sunni and Shiite districts that was closed in 2005 after nearly 1,000 Shiite pilgrims perished in a deadly stampede. Hundreds of people, including Shiite and Sunni clerics and other Iraqi officials, walked across the Al-Aima (Imams) bridge spanning the Tigris river hugging and kissing cheeks in a show of national unity.

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Kimono comeback in Japan

Some say it�s just another Japanese fad, others that it�s a way to regain national identity, or even shake off the blues of the financial crisis. Either way the iconic kimono is making a comeback in Japan.

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Africa's Green Revolution

The Green Revolution, which transformed Asia and Latin America's agriculture in the 1970s, never reached sub-Saharan Africa. It is the only continent to have seen per capita food production decline over the last 35 years, but agro-science experts are working on reversing this situation.

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THE UN's impotence in Congo

The UN on Tuesday accused government forces of widespread looting and human rights abuses against civilians in several towns in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Meanwhile the UN has become a target for local people's anger; they accuse its mission MONUC of standing by and not offering protection.

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World marks 90th anniversary of World War I

Europe on Tuesday marked the 90th anniversary of the end of World War I, with surviving veterans at the vanguard of commemorations for the fallen. Leaders from the powers that fought the war, now allies, gathered at the site of the 1916 Battle of Verdun.

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