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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Music Video 'Another Way to Die'

Watch a music video by Alicia Keys and Jack White. Entitled "Another Way To Die," the music video features scenes from the upcoming James Bond film, "Quantum of Solace." (Nov. 13)

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Billy Elliot- 'Shamelessly Bogus'

Terry Teachout holds nothing back in praising the cast of Broadway ballet 'Billy Elliot' while blasting the music and lyrics of the show. (Nov. 13)

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IMF Founder Says System Still Works

The last known surviving member of the architects of the global financial system says poor supervision of banks is responsible for today's crisis. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 13)

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Scene from 'Quantum of Solace'

Watch a scene from "Quantum of Solace." Video courtesy of Columbia Pictures. (Nov. 13)

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Obama's Defense Policy

As President-elect Barack Obama assembles his national security team, he is also contemplating the future role of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 13)

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Beneath Greenland's Glaciers

Beneath Greenland's glaciers, a huge plumbing system flows. Watch an animation by Jack Cook of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. (Nov. 13)

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Pakistan Poised to Become Presidential Problem

As President-elect Barack Obama prepares for office, his focus will be squarely on the economy. But as WSJ's Jerry Seib explains, our relationship with Pakistan could pose a problem and derail some of those plans. (Nov. 13)

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Mixed Martial Arts Champ Returns to Ring

UFC heavyweight champion Randy Couture talks about how he keeps on growing as a fighter even at the age of 45. He faces some big competition in Brock Lesnar on Saturday, Nov. 15. (Nov. 13)

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Lazy Lame Ducks?

Bush is leaving and Obama is coming, so proposals for the economy and the auto industry may not get traction in the next few weeks, says John Fortier of the American Enterprise Institute. Robert Schroeder reports. (Nov. 13)

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WSJ Exclusive- Iceland Struggles To Unlock Bailout Aid

In an exclusive interview with WSJ's Charles Forelle, Iceland Prime Minister Geir Haarde talks about his country's efforts to secure money to bail out its financial system after its spectacular collapse. (Nov. 13)

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The Bidens meet the Cheneys

The Bidens meet the Cheneys

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Mossberg on Wi-Fi for Your Car

Personal Technology columnist Walt Mossberg talks about Autonet Mobile, which is bringing Wi-Fi to the car. The drawback: a slow Internet connection. (Nov. 13)

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Dividend-Paying Stocks In Focus

Investing in stocks that pay a dividend is the core strategy of the RidgeWorth Mid-Cap Value Equity Fund. Portfolio Manager Don Wordell talks with Kelsey Hubbard about which sectors he is investing in now. (Nov. 13)

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Leadership Crisis Likely if Inauguration Goes Wrong

As the baton passes from President George W. Bush to President-elect Barack Obama on the steps of the Capitol, the country could face succession confusion if a violent act occurs, says WSJ legal editor Ashby Jones. (Nov. 13)

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Rescuing the Economy- The U Turn

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/11/restoring_confidence.html Michael Ettlinger of the Center for American Progress offers his thoughts on the Treasury's about face on the economic rescue plan as President-elect Barack Obama and a new Congress will take office in less than 70 days amid the greatest financial market and economic challenges our nation has faced since the Great Depression. The economy is likely in a recession?ne that could be a long and deep. We are engaged in two wars overseas. Skyrocketing health care costs are consuming too great a share of our economy and threatening to create an unsustainable national debt. Our continued heavy reliance on fossil fuels exposes our economy to volatile oil prices and supply disruptions as well as the potentially catastrophic costs of climate change in the coming decades. Aggressive action is needed to restore economic confidence and growth. We need action now to stimulate the economy, starting at once and lasting as long as necessary. Immediate government investments can put us on a path to recovery while also speeding the arrival of accessible, affordable health care, an economy powered with clean, sustainable, and secure sources of energy, and an education system that prepares our children for good jobs and keeps good jobs in America. These steps will help the economy through a period of economic weakness and lay the foundation for shared economic growth in the decades to come. These investments in economic stimulus and recovery will contribute to a higher budget deficit in the short term. But we cannot be penny wise and pound foolish. Strong economic growth will do far more to put us on the path of fiscal health than shortchanging needed investments today.

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U.S. in Worst Part of the Recession

The U.S. economy is in the midst of the worst part of the recession, according to economists polled in the latest Wall Street Journal survey. WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard sits down with colleague Phil Izzo to discuss the outlook. (Nov. 13)

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Softball - Sasha and Malia Montana

James Kotecki sits down to chat with Carol E. Lee about her recent story on the Obama girls being invited onto the set of Hannah Montana... kind of.

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Softball - Sasha and Malia Montana

James Kotecki sits down to chat with Carol E. Lee about her recent story on the Obama girls being invited onto the set of Hannah Montana... kind of.

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Hot Stocks- Technology

Intel highlights day's action in the tech sector after chip maker cuts its sales outlook. This prompts several analysts to lower their forecasts for the entire computer industry, including Dell and H-P. (Nov. 13)

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Palin- Looking Forward, Not Back

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin addresses the Republican Governor's Association meeting in Miami, Florida. Courtesy Fox News. (Nov. 13)

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A Rough Week For Wall St., Especially So For Goldman Sachs

David Weidner examines the state of play for Goldman Sachs, the venerable investment powerhouse that's been whittled down to size of late by the turbulence engulfing Wall Street.

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The Movie 'Slumdog Millionaire'

See a clip from the film "Slumdog Millionaire." Video courtesy of Fox Searchlight. (Nov. 13)

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Girls in Afghan Acid Attack

Acid is sprayed in the faces of two young sisters on their way to school in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 13)

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Kotecki- 11/13/08

A tight Alaska Senate race, and Hank Paulson is altering the deal � pray he doesn�t alter it again!

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Kotecki- 11/13/08

A tight Alaska Senate race, and Hank Paulson is altering the deal ?pray he doesn't alter it again!

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Haiti Suffers Second School Collapse

A Port-au-Prince, Haiti, school partially collapsed Wednesday, but students escaped death. Five days earlier, students at another Haitian school weren't as lucky. Courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 13)

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A 'Vision' of Power and Comfort

WSJ reporter Jonathan Welsh tests the new Victory Vision motorcycle. (Nov. 13)

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Palin Press Conference

Palin Press Conference

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Palin Press Conference

Palin Press Conference

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Morning Show Rounup 11/13/08

Palin overdose?

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Jim Martin Fact #19- Padding His Own Pockets


Jim 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. 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.

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Playback 11/13/08

Finding a suitable church

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Obama And Islam

The call for change in America's presidential election has resonated across much of the Islamic world. Many Muslims hope Barack Obama will end the battles being waged in their homelands. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Outrage Over Banker Bonuses

Taxpayers are concerned their money may go towards paying end-of-year bonuses to Wall Street investment bankers. Priya David reports.

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Obama Resigns From Senate

President-elect Barack Obama is giving up his senate seat so he can focus on his transition to the White House. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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MoneyWatch

After President Bush's remarks, investors responded by buying and selling in huge swings. But, the mortgage meltdown, which triggered the financial crisis, is still growing. Kathryn Brown reports.

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Is it an electricity bill, or a cash flow?

President-elect Barack Obama has promised to develop the renewable energy industry in the US. Some Americans who are ahead of the curve are already making money from renewables in their own homes.

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Contemporary art stars plunge to Earth in auction

Sotheby's on Tuesday bowed to economic realities and slashed prices for much-hyped contemporary art works at an auction where almost a third of lots failed to sell.

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Calling All Clowns

Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey are looking for a few good clowns as they come to Chicago to host tryouts. WBBM's Kristyn Hartman reports.

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Bankers Grilled In Congress

Bankers and lawmakers held a lively discussion on how to best use government funds to revitalize the economy. Some Congress members said the banks are not lending as much as they should. Susan Roberts report.

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Angelina Jolie May Stop Acting

Actress Angelina Jolie tells BBC News that she doesn't plan to keep acting for very long, although she doesn't want to say "never." Jolie says her first priority is her family.

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Obama And The Internet

Barack Obama successfully captured young voters by effectively utilizing the power of the Internet. Katie Couric suggests that now Obama could use the Internet to promote civic responsibility.

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Lipstick Indicates Economic Woes?

Some economic analysts say that increasing cosmetic sales, especially of lipstick, are an indication of a slumping economy. KVAL's Laura Rillos explains.

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Prince Charles celebrates 60th birthday

Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, turns 60 on Friday. A few months ago, the Queen's eldest son became the oldest of all Princes of Wales since the title was attributed.

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'Walking On Sunshine' Live

Katrina, formerly of Katrina And The Waves, stopped by "The Early Show" to perform her 1980s classic "Walking On Sunshine."

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Joan Collins A Weather Girl?

Dynasty actress Joan Collins stepped in for Dave Price to deliver a special edition of the weather forecast during "The Early Show" look at 1980s.

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The 80s- 'Two Of Hearts'

Stacey Q performs her 1980s hit, "Two Of Hearts," as part of "The Early Show's" look back through the decades.

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80s Hit 'Key Largo'

1980s musician Bertie Higgins struck gold with his memorable hit, "Key Largo." Higgins dropped by "The Early Show" for a performance.

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Pastor Advocates Week Of Sex

Fellowship Church Senior Pastor Ed Young challenged his Dallas, Texas congregation to have sex with their spouse for seven straight days. Young believes the church should speak more openly about sex.

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Britain's Prince Charles At 60

A huge bash took place to celebrate the man who will be the King of England, reports Elizabeth Palmer. Harry Smith and Joan Collins talk about just how long his reign could last.

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Car Drives Through Restaurant

Caught On Tape: A BMW drove into a Denver, Colo. restaurant after a man approached the car and punched the driver. The car pinned one man to the wall. The driver was arrested shortly after.

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Global crisis doesn't spare cocoa

As the cocoa harvest begins, producers in the Ivory Coast are worrying about what the financial crisis means for their business and about how to keep rising production costs under control.

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On The Road Again

John Frank Kotera claims to have created the world's biggest ball of twine, a job he's been at for over 30 years. Steve Hartman meets him while revisiting a Charles Kuralt classic.

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Learning How To Save Money

In 2007, Americans saved, on average, less than 1% of their incomes. Now a new program is helping thousands of people re-learn the art of saving. Seth Doane reports.

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Follow The Money- Bailout Plan

The money trail behind the ever-changing bailout plan is getting tough to follow. Especially when so many decisions are being made behind closed doors. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Drug War Crosses Border

Phoenix, Ariz., has become ground zero for an increasing number of kidnappings and home invasions involving Mexican drug cartels. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Did Paulson Mislead Congress?

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson's original rescue plan was to buy up bad mortgage investments. But now the Fed has announced it won't buy up those bad assets after all. Anthony Mason reports.

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Google Tracks Flu Trends

Google is tracking the searches of its users in an effort to locate where flu season is most prevalent. Mark Strassmann reports.

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World of Warcraft blitz on game fans

Top video game maker Activision Blizzard on Thursday launches a new extension of its record-breaking "World of Warcraft." "Wrath of the Lich King" releases in Europe and the United States at midnight in what has been called "the next epic chapter" in the life and times of Azeroth. The game already claims 11 million players worldwide.

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Georgia says Russia still occupying territory

Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili, after meeting with his French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy, said that Russia continued to occupy part of his country's territory and to prevent refugees from returning home. Images and soundbites.

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European railworkers protest in Paris

Thousands of rail workers from a dozen European countries marched in Paris Thursday to protest plans to privatise train services. Carrying banners that read "No to EU rail privatisation", protesters said security and service quality would suffer if trains are turned over to the private sector. The march was organised by the European Transport Workers' Federation and a French union spokesman estimated that 20,000 people took part.

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World of Warcraft blitz on game fans

Thousands queued all day across the world to get hold of the latest extension of the World of Warcraft video game. Top video game maker Activision Blizzard launched "Wrath of the Lich King" to the joy of the game's 11 million players worldwide.

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Joan Collins Does It Early

Harry Smith spoke with actress Joan Collins about her "Dynasty" days and life after the popular 1980s primetime soap opera.

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China jittery over jobless prospects

Millions in China face unemployment as the global economic slow down hits the world manufacturing floor. High unemployment levels have led to social instability in the past, something the central government will desperately try avoid happening again.

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Oregon Flash Flood Rescue

Firefighters in Tillamook, Ore. rescued seven people from raging waters as flash flooding caused creeks to overflow into the roads. Michelle Gielan reports.

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World Markets Plummet

Both housing and financial woes contributed to a five-percent drop in markets across the globe, says Art Cashin from UBS Financial Services to Harry Smith.

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Toddler Nearly Falls Off Cliff

While on a family vacation on the Oregon coast, three children posed for a picture next to a dramatic ocean cliff when the 3-year-old fell through the railing. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Israel And The Middle East

Tzipi Livni, Israel's foreign minister, talks to Harry Smith about Iran, Barack Obama and the two-state solution.

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Eye To Eye- On The Road Again

Steve Hartman speaks with James Frank Kotera of Highland, Wis., who claims to have made the world's largest ball of twine.

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Outrage Over Banker Bonuses

Taxpayers are concerned their money may go towards paying end-of-year bonuses to Wall Street investment bankers. Priya David reports.

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