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Saturday, November 15, 2008

G20 Summit Leaders Endorse Goals

President Bush says summit leaders have agreed to a number of terms to coordinate and modernize their financial systems in the hopes of keeping the global economic crisis from getting worse. Courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 15)

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California Fire Destroys Hundreds of Homes

Santa Ana winds push fast moving flames through hundreds of homes in one Los Angeles suburb. Power outages are compounding an already difficult situation. (Nov. 15)

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Obama Statement on G20 Summit

President-elect Barack Obama had to sit out the G20 summit, but he addressed the meeting of group leaders in his weekly address on his Web site. (Nov. 15)

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G20 Summit Addresses Financial Crisis

World leaders grapple with financial crisis. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 15)

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Schwab Holds Steady in Difficult Market

Barron's Mike Santoli says that Charles Schwab has what it takes to survive this bear market. Schwab is stable and has resilient revenue. (Nov. 15)

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Colgate May Give Investors Reason Smile

Barron's Senior Editor Jackie Doherty discusses the future of investment in Colgate and why investors have a reason to smile. (Nov. 15)

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Dangers Of Child Obesity

Dr. Travis Stork warns that some children suffering from obesity may have clogged arteries that may lead to a possible heart attack before the age of 30.

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Why Help AIG?

Lawmakers grill Interim Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Stability Neel Kashkari on why they should give institutions like AIG more money.

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Living To Dance

93-year-old Ginger Arn loves to dance and, after a lifetime of being the wallflower, she's finally breaking out. Steve Hartman reports on a story about fulfilling your dreams.

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Congress Questions Bailout

A group of lawmakers fired questions at the man in charge of the bailout for more than two hours. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Holiday Hires May Get Shelved

The holiday season is around the corner, but the holiday hire might be a thing of the past. Sandra Hughes has more on the failing retail market.

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Losing The Foreclosure War

FDIC Chairwoman Sheila Bair unveiled a proposal that would attack the foreclosure crisis at its core by keeping at-risk homeowners in their homes and extending payoff terms. Anthony Mason reports.

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Obama Moves To Close Gitmo

President-elect Obama's transition team has started looking into what it will take to move prisoners at Guantanamo to a Navy base in South Carolina, but it may not be that easy. David Martin reports.

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Teens Left Behind In Neb. Law

'Baby Moses' laws allow parents to leave unwanted children at safe havens such as hospitals without repercussions, but in Nebraska, there is no written age limit. Mark Strassmann has more.

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Obamas React To Victory

When did it sink in that her husband would become the nation's 44th president? Michelle Obama and the president-elect speak with Steve Kroft, this Sunday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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California Fire Destroys Lives

The worst fires to hit Montecito in 30 years have already destroyed 2,500 acres of land along with dozens of homes. Ben Tracy reports.

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Sources Say Hillary Wants In

Sources close to Sen. Clinton say she is interested in being Barack Obama's secretary of state, a long way to come after a heated primary season. Chip Reid reports.

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Eye To Eye- Closing Gitmo

Only On The Web: Brookings Institution's Benjamin Wittes discusses three possible ways the Obama administration could close the prison at Guantanamo Bay.

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Evening News Online, 11.14.08

Friday: Firefighters pushed to the limit as over 100 California homes burn to the ground. A record plunge in retail sales. And, Assignment America.

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Save Your Love For Me

Boz Scaggs performs Save Your Love For Me from his new album Speak Low. He talks to Erica Hill and Chris Wragge about his inspiration and some of his classic numbers that feel like home.

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Fashionable Four-Eyes

Sama Eyewear's Darin Nathan shows Chris Wragge some frames that are far from Poindexter's glasses.

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Working Out 9 to 5

Sarah Robichaud, co-author of ?Working On The Ball,? gives Erica Hill and Chris Wragge some tips on how to stay fit and focused while behind your desk.

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Under The Radar- 11.15.08

A new life-like robot, an unforgettable dominoes display and a hamster plays the piano. Chris Wragge and Erica Hill look at these stories that went under the radar.

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Pouncing On Produce

Mike Price, executive chef and co-owner of Market Table in New York, and Erica Hill cook up a grilled Caesar salad with skirt steak and his "Grammy's apple cake."

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Obama YouTube weekly address

US president-elect Barack Obama made the first YouTube address to the nation on Saturday, recording a talk not just on radio but also on video. He urged Congress to take urgent steps to alleviate the pain of an economic crisis on millions of working Americans.

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Thousands of Thais bid farewell to princess

Tens of thousands of Thais paid their last respects to the king's sister at a lavish funeral ceremony on Saturday. Images.

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