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Friday, November 14, 2008

Paulson Defends the TARP

Journal Editorial Report, Saturdays 5:30 pm ET, 2:30 pm PT on Fox News Channel.

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Russell Simmons on Innovation and Business

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard asks music and fashion mogul Russell Simmons what it takes to be an innovator in business and juggle multiple companies. (Nov. 14)

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Previewing the G20 Summit

Different goals among the 20 world leaders at this weekend's G20 summit may result in no tangible progress toward solving the global financial crisis, WSJ's Michael M. Phillips reports. (Nov. 14)

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The Possible Impact of a GM Bankruptcy

WSJ's John Stoll sits down with Matt Dolan to talk about the systemic risk posed by a GM bankruptcy, including the impact on suppliers and dealers as well as GM pension and health obligations. (Nov. 14)

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Discussing the Great Depression

Dorothy Womble and William Hague survived the Great Depression. They share their stories of living during that time as children. (Nov. 14)

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The Obama Baby Boom

President-elect Barack Obama could be having an effect in the bedroom. That's right, an Obama baby boom could take place in about nine months. (Nov. 14)

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Look Ahead- Lame Ducks Drive

With issues ranging from automakers to TARP, Congress has a lot on its plate on the eve of a new administration. Then there's earnings from retailers and PC makers, which probably won't be good. Stacey Delo reports. (Nov. 14)

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Mid Cap Execs Head for the Door

Avi Salzman speaks about companies such as S&P, Citigroup, Marriott, and Lamar Advertising selling off shares. (Nov. 14)

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American Wine for an American Holiday

Cabernet Sauvignon goes great with the Thanksgiving bird. Tastings columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher suggest some surprising places to buy bottles that won't roast your wallet. (Nov. 14)

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Advantage Goes to the Individual Investor

Personal Finance columnist Jason Zweig explains why individuals have a big advantage over institutional investors in the market right now. (Nov. 14)

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Change for America- A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President Part 3

http://www.americanprogressaction.org/issues/2008/changeforamerica/ Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President is a framework to help the next administration steer the government in a new, more progressive direction. In conjunction with the release, we are hosting a series of exciting panels on economic policy, national security, democracy, and climate change led by the authors of the book. Read About the book and download online exclusive chapters thru the link above.

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Change for America- A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President Part 4

http://www.americanprogressaction.org/issues/2008/changeforamerica/ Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President is a framework to help the next administration steer the government in a new, more progressive direction. In conjunction with the release, we are hosting a series of exciting panels on economic policy, national security, democracy, and climate change led by the authors of the book. Read About the book and download online exclusive chapters thru the link above.

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Nintendo Outlines Gaming Strategy

Nintendo President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime says video-game sales are likely to survive the economic slowdown, as Dan Gallagher reports. (Nov. 14)

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Change for America- A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President Part 2

http://www.americanprogressaction.org/issues/2008/changeforamerica/ Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President is a framework to help the next administration steer the government in a new, more progressive direction. In conjunction with the release, we are hosting a series of exciting panels on economic policy, national security, democracy, and climate change led by the authors of the book. Read About the book and download online exclusive chapters thru the link above.

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Change for America- A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President Part 1

http://www.americanprogressaction.org/issues/2008/changeforamerica/ Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President is a framework to help the next administration steer the government in a new, more progressive direction. In conjunction with the release, we are hosting a series of exciting panels on economic policy, national security, democracy, and climate change led by the authors of the book. Read About the book and download online exclusive chapters thru the link above.

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Jim Martin- Middle Class Is A State Of Mind


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. And, Martin supports raising taxes on people making less than $75,000 a year.

How can Jim Martin stand up for the middle class, if he thinks its just a state of mind?

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Financial Crisis' Effect on Thailand

Kongkiat Opaswongkarn, chief officer of Asia Plus Securities, speaks about the impact the international economic crisis had on Thailand's economy and stock market.

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Martha Stewart's New Health Facility

Martha Stewart gives WSJ's Kelly Greene a tour of her latest project, a new geriatric facility at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. (Nov. 14)

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Election Day at Politico

A behind-the-scenes look at what Politico was like on Election Day. With commentary from John F. Harris, Jim VandeHei, and much of the Politico staff.

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Hot or Not - Nov. 15th

James Kotecki's rundown blah, blah, blah, weekly, yadda, yadda, yadda...

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Look Ahead- Asia and Japan's Economy

Japan may show some slim economic growth for the third quarter, but that doesn't mean it's doing well. Also, watch for earnings from Tokio Marine and Macquarie Group. Michael Kitchen reports. (Nov. 14)

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Retailers Hope for Happy Holidays

Retailers gear up for the holiday season in the midst of a consumer slowdown with lower prices. Andria Cheng reports. (Nov. 14)

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Suffering from Alzheimer's at an Early Age

Bill Kammerer began feeling the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease in his mid-30's. As WSJ's Shirley Wang reports, the disease touched off a series of hard questions for his family. (Nov. 14)

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Stocks Today- Buys Under False Pretenses

Barron's Bob O'Brien's speaks about Thursdays market session. and how Fund holders bid up prices of stock so they are worth more during later liquidation. (Nov. 14)

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Thailand's Domestic Growth Story

MarketWatch's Polya Lesova examines Thailand's stock market and economy. Despite the country's improved fundamentals, its growth outlook is predicted to weaken. But some analysts see a buying opportunity.

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Hotels and Travel Hit Hard by Cost Cuts

As the financial meltdown takes its toll on the hotel and travel industries, Dow Jones Newswires' Angela Pruitt talks with the general manager of New York's Crowne Plaza hotel about its recent renovations in a tough climate. (Nov. 14)

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G-20 Leaders to Tackle Financial Meltdown

President George W. Bush will host leaders from 20 nations as they try to find a solution to the world-wide economic crisis. Courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 14)

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Ex-Tyco Head Speaks About Economy

Dennis Kozlowski, former CEO of Tyco, was interviewed from prison about the rejection of his appeal and the meltdown of the economy. Courtesy Fox Business Network. (Nov. 14)

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Look Ahead- Europe

With third-quarter earnings reports wrapping up, the week coming up won't be as hectic in Europe. Also, looks like the U.K.'s holiday season isn't going to be such a train wreck after all. Aude Lagorce reports. (Nov. 14)

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Kotecki- 11/14/08

Barack Obama will resign his Senate seat, Hillary Clinton could be Secretary of State, and a VP caption contest.

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Kotecki- 11/14/08

Barack Obama will resign his Senate seat, Hillary Clinton could be Secretary of State, and a VP caption contest.

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A Mother's Wish for X-Mas Tree Fulfilled

A Norway Spruce tree from New Jersey, weighing 8 tons and topping 72-feet tall, has found a new home in Rockefeller Center. Courtesy Fox News. (Nov. 14)

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Morning Show Roundup 11/14/08

HRC for Secretary of State?

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Ayers Speaks Out

Ayers Speaks Out

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Wildfire Rips Through Santa Barbara

Nearly a hundred homes have been destroyed by wildfires in Santa Barbara, California. Firefighters fear many more could be in harms way. Courtesy Fox News. (Nov. 14)

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Jim Martin Fact #18- Drugs & Schools


Jim Martin was the only member of the Georgia House to vote against making it a felony to distribute illegal drugs within 1,000 feet of school property.

More at www.JimMartinFacts.com.

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Feds Deliver Sucker Punch to Market

DJ Newswires' Simon Constable and Market Beat Blogger David Gaffen discuss the change from Feds buying up troubled assets to helping consumers, banks and automakers. (Nov. 14)

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Playback 11/14/08

Where is all this fear coming from?

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Catching Up With Rex

Lesley Stahl catches up with Rex Lewis-Clack, a musical savant born blind and mentally impaired who, at 13 years old now, is making remarkable strides despite doctors' predictions.

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Notebook- Organ Donors

Katie Couric comments on how the untimely death of a local news reporter, Anne Pressly, saved lives because she was an organ donor.

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Drive-By Flu Shots

People who want to avoid crowded doctor's offices in Maumee, Ohio can now get a flu shot with the ease of ordering fast food. WTOL's Dick Berry reports.

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Seal's Key To Romance

Seal talks with Karen Brown about the secret to his marriage with model Heidi Klum and his newly released album, Soul. For the first time the singer has recorded songs he did not pen himself.

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Anger At Bailout Hearing

Congress wants to know if the money they gave the Treasury Department as part of the financial rescue program is being used to help the people it was intended to help, or to make the rich get richer.

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Clinton Coy On Obama Cabinet

At a press conference in Albany, Sen. Hillary Clinton addressed the swirling rumors that she is on the short list for an appointment in the Obama administration.

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Economic powers head to Washington for crisis summit

The G20 summit on Friday and Saturday in Washington will bring together leaders from the 20 richest countries and emerging economic powers for talks on how to bring stability back to the financial system.

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A Look Back At The '90s

CBS Early Show anchors Julie Chen, Harry Smith, Dave Price, Maggie Rodriguez and Russ Mitchell look back at the 90s, a time of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the Hubble Telescope, the end of Apartheid and much more.

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Stahl's Reporter's Notebook

Lesley Stahl discusses her upcoming report on Rex Lewis-Clack - a musical savant 60 Minutes has covered several times over the years, following his progress.

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Dubai From The Air

From the air, Dubai's exotic manmade islands such as 'The World' and 'The Palm' are a sight to see. Maggie Rodriguez took in the view from a helicopter.

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Dubai- Architectural Bling

From a small port in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai has become a city for the world's elite, thanks in part to its visionary architecture, reports Maggie Rodriguez.

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TV In The 90s

Ads got sexy in the 1990s and tabloid talk shows captivated viewers with sensationalism and sometimes violent outbreaks. Talk show host Maury Povich talks with Harry Smith and Julie Chen.

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Air France passengers suffer in pilot strike

Air France passengers around the world suffered cancellations and long delays Friday as pilots began a costly four-day strike to protest new rules that will make them work until they reach the age of 65.

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A bloodbath foretold- French Socialists to select leader

France's opposition Socialists opened a party congress on Friday, riven by divisions over who should be their new leader to reshape the left and challenge President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Beaujolais Nouveau with a foreign accent

On November 20, this year's Beaujolais Nouveau will hit the shelves. Dwindling wine sales in France and a corresponding drop in the value of wine-making estates in the Beaujolais region are attracting foreign investors to buy into local property.

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Fires Rage In Montecito

The Santa Ana winds kept firefighters away overnight as a massive wildfire engulfed dozens of expensive homes in Montecito, Calif., reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Versace premieres in China

Donatella Versace has held her first fashion show in China. The spectacle took place in the heart of Beijing, just a stone's throw from Tiananmen Square.

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The Battle Continues

Only On The Web: The battle continues for same sex marriage rights after the passage of Proposition 8. John Blackstone spoke to Mary McKay with Marriage Equality USA, Inc.

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Eye To Eye- Pakistan's President

Only On The Web: The Pakistani president addresses the increased number of U.S. predator strikes on his country's soil, saying the U.S. is undermining Pakistan's sovereignty.

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Japan's biggest challenge- its aging population

As Japan attempts to weather the global financial turmoil, experts say it's biggest challenge is not the shape of the banks or stock market but the country's aging population.

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A Chip Off The Old Canoe

Just like his grandfather-in-law, Bill Hafeman, who Charles Kuralt met 26 years ago, Ray Bozel is one of America's last birch bark canoe builders. Steve Hartman has more.

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Oil Prices Reflect Slowdown

Low gas prices may be fine at the pump, but they signify a struggling economy. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Homeowners Cry For Help

Last month, more than 279,000 households received a foreclosure notice. And, as Ben Tracy reports, there's a fine line between those who are clinging to their homes and those who've already lost them.

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Banks On Bailout Money

The billions of tax dollars distributed to banks to jumpstart the economy have not had the anticipated effect. Bankers were grilled before Congress on why not. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Spotlight On Palin In Miami

Although a lot of Americans would like to see Gov. Sarah Palin stay on the national stage, more would like to see her go, says a new poll. Kelly Cobiella reports on Palin's press conference in Miami.

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The Fight Against Prop 8

Supporters of same sex marriage have started posting the names and businesses of those who gave money in support of Proposition 8. John Blackstone reports.

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U.S. And Pakistan At Odds

Pakistan has accused the U.S. of violating international law by launching missile strikes at its northwest tribal region. Lara Logan spoke exclusively with Pakistan's president, Asif Ali Zerdari.

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Fish farming boom in Egypt

Over the last few years, Egypt has been boosting fish farming, in an attempt to offset dwindling fish stocks in the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. But the numerous fish farms - especially around the Nile Delta, are a threat to traditional fishermen.

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Sen. Dodd Wants Answers

Sen. Chris Dodd, Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, tells Harry Smith lawmakers are frustrated with banks that are not pumping bailout money into the system.

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Lucky Little Girl

Alaina Pitton, a little girl who almost fell off a cliff in Oregon joins her parents to talk to Julie Chen about the scare.

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Hillary For Sec'y Of State?

CBS News confirms that Sen. Hillary Clinton's name has surfaced as a candidate for Secretary of State in the Obama administration. Bill Plante reports on the speculation.

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World Markets Swing Up

After Wall Street made a 900 pt. swing in the day, other markets also rode high, a reminder that instability goes both ways, reports Jeff Glor.

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