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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Programs Helping Slow Foreclosures

Foreclosures are up 25% from October 2007 but up just 5% over September. Real estate economist Delores Conway says steps taken by the government and banks are helping homeowners facing foreclosure. Stacey Delo reports. (Nov. 13)

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Discretion in America

Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger speaks with Kelsey Hubbard. (Nov. 13)

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With Autonet, Wi-Fi Hits the Road

Personal Technology Columnist Walt Mossberg talks about San Francisco-based Autonet Mobile's Wi-Fi hookup in your car. (Nov. 11)

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Video Trail Mix- It's More Fun to Lose

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says the losers of last week's presidential election - John McCain and Sarah Palin - are having much more fun than President-elect Barack Obama.

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Discussing GM's Future

Reporters John Stoll and Matt Dolan discuss the future of General Motors and the likelihood of a government bailout. (Nov. 11)

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Obama's Challenge- Energy

With just weeks to go before taking office, the economy is hurting and oil and gasoline prices are dropping, all presenting challenges for President-elect Obama's green energy proposals. Stacey Delo reports. (Part 1 in a series.) (Nov. 12)

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JC Penney's Holiday Ad Campaign

J.C. Penney's new holiday ad campaign is aimed at cash-strapped consumers looking for high-end gifts, but at lower prices. (Nov. 12)

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Saving More, Spending Less

Kelsey Hubbard interviews financial advisers Jonathan and David Murray, who offer advice about saving money.

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Amid 401K Horror Show, Opportunity Knocks

Stocks are down, but WSJ's Brett Arends and Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable say that opportunities to swap into other stocks abound. (Nov. 12)

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Looking for Quality Growth

Robert Millen, co-manager of the Jensen Portfolio, says he's finding more stocks that meet the mutual-fund team's strict valuation and profitability requirements. Jonathan Burton reports. (Nov. 12)

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Sarah Palin- Unplugged and Talking Energy

Fox News' Greta Van Susteren speaks to Alaska Gov. and former John McCain running mate Sarah Palin in her kitchen. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 12)

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Schlumberger Poised to Reach Top

Barron's Online reporter Naureen Malik says Schlumberger remains a safe haven among other questionable energy stocks. (Nov. 12)

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Palin On 2008 and 2012 Possibilities

Sarah Palin discusses the way she was managed on the McCain campaign trail, as well as her future in politics. Courtesy FoxNews Mobile. Nov. 12

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Hot Stocks Report- REITs

Financial stocks fall, led southward by real estate investment trusts. MarketWatch's Greg Morcroft reports. (Nov. 12)

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Palin on Wardrobe-Gate, Rumors

Fox News' Greta Van Susteren asks Sarah Palin about the "wardrobe" rumors as well as her reported belief that Africa is a country. Video courtesy of Fox News Mobile. (Nov. 12)

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Kotecki- 11/12/08

John McCain does Jay Leno, Obama daughters might go on Hannah Montana, and Ron Paul strikes again online.

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Kotecki- 11/12/08

John McCain does Jay Leno, Obama daughters might go on Hannah Montana, and Ron Paul strikes again online.

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MN Secretary of State on recount

The Democratic Secretary of State of Minnesota talks about the recount in the Minnesota Senate race on MSNBC...

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Stocks Today- Wal-Mart Stays Afloat

Barron's Online Bob O'Brien says that we are facing the worst holiday sales season in 25 years, and Wal-Mart may be one of the better performing companies. (Nov. 12)

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Morning Show Roundup 11/12/08

Palin round 2 and Bush

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We Know


Jim Martin proposed legislation that would increase property tax assessment by 150 percent. Martin also 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. And, Martin Martin voted to increase his own taxpayer funded expense check by 27 percent -- which amounted to a pay increase that he could spend on himself.

More at www.JimMartinFacts.com.

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Playback 11/12/08

McCain unwinds on Leno

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Palin as Time's Person of the Year

Vice-presidential contender Sarah Palin should be named as Time Magazine's Person of the Year, says Jon Friedman. (Nov. 12)

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French FM- "colorful" Obama "has moved us all"

French Foreign Minister Bernard kouchner on Wednesday voiced European enthusiasm for barack Obama's White House victory, saying the US president-elect was "a more colorful man than usual" who won a "global election."

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Notebook- Google The Flu

The search engine Google may become faster at spotting flu outbreaks in the U.S. than the Center for Disease Control. Katie Couric explains.

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Big Changes To Bailout Plan

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has announced big changes to how the $700 billion bailout will be spent, abandoning the original plan's key strategy. Tara Mergener reports.

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Ukrainian Lawmakers Rumble

Caught On Tape: Lawmakers scuffled in parliament ahead of a vote that dismissed speaker Arseniy Yatsenyuk, an ally of Ukraine's president. The president and the premier are in a struggle for power.

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Same Sex Marriages Legal In Conn.

With the stroke of a pen, a superior court judge in New Haven signed the final judgment legalizing same sex marriages in Connecticut. A dream come true for gay and lesbian couples across the state.

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Auto Industry Won't Go Down

Washington knows the significance of keeping the auto industry above water, but the increasing number of layoffs does not bode well for the future. Priya David has more.

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The "Near Bankrupt"

Economists are calling a new group of Americans, the "near bankrupt," as millions are taking on more credit card debt to keep their finances afloat. Priya David reports.

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No Sweets For Jack And Jill

Calif. has adopted nutrition guidelines that strictly limit the fat, sugar, and calorie intake of all food sold at schools. John Blackstone reports on how all of this affects the bake sale.

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Helping Main St. Stay Alive

Nearly 8 million homeowners are "under water," meaning they owe more than their house is worth. Bill Whitaker reports on how the government and bankers are trying to help.

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Women Warriors

A new documentary called "Lioness" profiles women and how they find themselves at the center of ground warfare. Kelly Wallace has more.

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Bush And Obama's Bad Blood?

President-elect Obama is pushing for the government to pass another stimulus package. Reports on yesterday's White House meeting suggest Bush pushed Obama to strike a deal. Chip Reid reports.

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GM Borders Bankruptcy

General Motors is losing $2 billion a month and is on the brink of bankruptcy. GM, Ford and Chrysler may receive emergency financial aid for the government. Anthony Mason reports.

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The Road Ahead In Afghanistan

President-elect Obama will inherit a war in Afghanistan with an insurgency that's stronger than ever, with attacks and U.S. casualties at its highest since the war began. Lara Logan reports.

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Fast Draw- Obama's Promises

Barack Obama promised Americans a lot of changes on the campaign trail and Americans are eager to see if he will deliver once he is in the White House.

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'Buddha Boy" Re-Emerges 18-year-old Ram Bahadur Bamjan, revered by many as a reincarnation of Buddha, re-emerged from the jungle in southern Nepal, attracting thousands of devotees. 70 CBS

It can cost the bank much more to foreclose than renegotiate terms, which is what some banks are doing. Harry Smith gets a detailed explanation from Joanne Lipman from Portfolio magazine.

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Ways To Avoid Foreclosure

It can cost the bank much more to foreclose than renegotiate terms, which is what some banks are doing. Harry Smith gets a detailed explanation from Joanne Lipman from Portfolio magazine.

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McCain Speaks Out

Sen. John McCain appeared on The Tonight Show in his first appearance since losing the presidential election. Meanwhile, as Dean Reynolds reports, Sarah Palin is repairing her image.

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Eight ex-hostages return to France after Cameroon ordeal

Seven French oil workers and a Tunisian abducted from a ship off the coast of Cameroon returned to France Wednesday after Paris negotiated a peaceful end to their 12-day ordeal.

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Popular 1970s Commercials

Harry Smith and advertising executive Richard Kirshenbaum took a look back at some of most memorable TV commercials of the 1970s.

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1970s Superheros Unite!

Julie Chen sat down with Erin Gray who played Col. Wilma Deering, Lou Ferrigno who was The Incredible Hulk and Wonder Woman Lynda Carter.

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Aniston 'Not Cool' With Angie

Angelina Jolie spills on her pre-marital affair with Brad Pitt. Now Jennifer Aniston breaks her silence about it. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Obama 'Montana' Girls?

Betsy Gleick from People magazine explains to Julie Chen what kind of offer the Disney show "Hannah Montana" made to Sasha & Malia Obama, and what their parents had to say about it.

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Putting the brakes on the auto industry in Turkey

The Turkish automobile sector feels the effects of the global economic crisis.

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Greenpeace stops palm oil shipments from leaving Indonesia

Environmental group Greenpeace stopped several palm oil shipments from leaving Indonesia on Monday, calling for an end to forests and peatlands being destroyed to make way for plantations. The ships were about to leave from Dumai, Indonesia's main oil export port, to Europe.

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Gloria Gaynor's Disco Medley

Gloria Gaynor had "The Early Show" disco dancing with a performance of her classic hits, including "I Will Survive."

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U.K. Teen Refuses New Heart

The British health system is challenging a young girl's decision not to have a heart transplant after spending much of her life in the hospital for cancer, reports Mark Phillips.

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Automakers Running On Empty

A bailout for the auto industry may be looming, but there may not be enough money to save them, reports Anthony Mason. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Mich. Gov. Jennifer Granholm about the ripple effect.

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Trouble in Maldives paradise

The Maldives is a tourist haven for the rich, but heroin addiction is raging out of control among locals: estimates warn at least 10 per cent of young people are hooked.

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Aging with Grace

Welcome to Sun City, Arizona. The 46,000-strong town was the first retirement community ever in the U.S.

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Beauty's skin keep for hungry fish

Forget footscrubs and loofahs, a spa in Malaysia has a novel approach for healthy feet -- live fish that eat away dead skin.

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Going home to Bagdhad

There are hundreds of thousands of Iraqis living in exile, but life far away from family and friends is tough. And now the Iraqi government is dangling a financial incentive to return home. We meet an Iraqi professor who has decided to make the journey back home.

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Eye To Eye- Women Warriors

Kelly Wallace spoke with Meg McLagan and Daria Sommers, the creators of the new documentary, "Lioness," about the the first women in American history to be sent into direct ground combat.

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