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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Competing Against Cancer

Jason Vale, 40, of Queens, has survived serious cancer and credits the power of apricot seeds, which contain laetrile. After five years in prison for selling seeds, he is now out and competing again.

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Luck of the Draw- House Freshmen Choose Offices By Lottery

In an age-old ritual, freshmen members of the incoming House of Representatives participate in a lottery to determine the order in which they will choose their new offices.

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'American Buffalo' on Broadway

This David Mamet revival in which three big-time actors play small-time crooks, is uneven but worth seeing, says WSJ theater critic Terry Teachout. (Nov. 21)

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'Twilight' Will Appeal to Teen Girls

WSJ film critic Joe Morgenstern reviews, 'Twilight,' which stars a bleached-faced bloodsucking high school student, played by the young English heartthrob-in-the-making Robert Pattinson. (Nov. 21)

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Scene from 'Ballast'

Ballast, the debut feature by Lance Hammer, documents the tragedy and reconciliation in a Mississippi delta family. WSJ's Joe Morgenstern calls it an "elegantly uncluttered little movie." (Nov. 21)

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'Bolt' Is Likeable, but Lacks Verve

WSJ's film critic Joe Morgenstern says Disney's new 3-D animated feature, "Bolt," about a movie dog who thinks he has superpowers, is likable and occasionally endearing, but lacks ingenuity. (Nov. 21)

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Trailer for '24- Redemption'

See a trailer for the Fox TV series, "24: Redemption."

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Obama's Fiscal-Stimulus Challenge

President-elect Barack Obama has said his first priority in office will be to craft a fiscal-stimulus plan that may well be the largest since World War II, WSJ's Sudeep Reddy reports. The key questions are: how much and what to include. (Nov. 21)

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CEOs Agree Economy Should Be Obama's Top Priority

At the WSJ's CEO Council, Paul Glader asks CEOs from various industries what they think the top priority should be for President-elect Barack Obama's administration. (Nov. 20)

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Taking Tech for a Spin

Ford Motor Co. hopes the high-tech package on the 2009 Lincoln MKS, including a state-of-the-art sound system and rear-view camera, will win over younger drivers. MarketWatch's Shawn Langlois takes the car for a test drive.

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Kroger Shares Deliver in a Downturn

The supermarket chain's efforts to keep food prices low are paying dividends in lean times. (Nov. 20)

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Auto Bailout- What the Big Three Need to Convince Congress

WSJ's Matt Dolan tells colleague John Stoll what Detroit's beleaguered auto makers need to do in order to convince Congress that they are not too weak to be saved. John updates us on GM's financial status. (Nov. 20)

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Stocks With a Cash Cushion

With earnings estimates imploding, companies trading for close to their cash value look like a smart bet.

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Daschle Book Offers Tips On His Cabinet Views

WSJ health blogger Jacob Goldstein says Tom Daschle's book offers a glimpse into what sort of role he'll play as the Secretary of Health and Human Services in Barack Obama's cabinet. (Nov. 20)

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'Let the Right One In'

See a clip from the film "Let the Right One In." Video courtesy of Magnet. (Nov. 20)

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Buying Tech, Energy at Bargain Prices

Andy Bischel of SKBA Capital is eyeing bruised stocks with solid earnings growth potential. He talks about the prospects for Intel, Chesapeake Energy and Nasdaq. His firm runs the AHA Socially Responsible Equity Fund.

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Stocks Tattered- Dow Sheds 5.6%

No deal for the carmakers and other bad news sent the markets tumbling Thursday. The S&P 500 hit an 11 1/2 year low. Stacey Delo reports.

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CEO Council Yielded Number Of Surprises

WSJ's Alan Murray tells Paul Glader the paper's CEO Council yielded a number of surprises, including the view that the economy will need $300 billion of fiscal stimulus and that education needs to be an Obama administration priority. (Nov. 20)

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Emanuel on the Hill

Emanuel on the Hill

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Obama Continues to Select Cabinet Members

Obama continues to make his selections for his cabinet. He recently welcomed aboard Tom Dashell, Janet Napolitano and Penny Pritzker. Courtesy Reuters. (Nov. 20)

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Genzyme Goes Eco-Friendly With R&D Facility

Rich Gregory, Genzyme's head of research, explains to MarketWatch's Val Kennedy the rationale behind the biotech leader's push to go green in its research and development activities. (Nov. 20)

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Waxman on Dingell

Waxman on Dingell

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This House is Made For Walkin'

A Danish art collective N55 explores nomadic living in the 21st century,by designing a walking house, which is inspired by a Utopian idea of the future where the whole world would be free to roam. (Nov. 20)

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks- Financials

Citigroup has become a lightning rod for a slew of negative news in the financial sector. MarketWatch's Greg Morcroft takes a look at Thursday's action. (Nov. 20)

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Grenade Attack in Bangkok

A grenade attack on protesters occupying the Thai prime minister's compound in Bangkok kills one and wounds 23. Protesters think the government is behind this. Courtesy Reuters. (Nov. 20)

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Big Three Turning Into House of Cards

WSJ's John Stoll discusses what the future holds for Detroit's Big Three, including where the auto makers can turn for help if a bailout doesn't come. (Nov. 20)

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Sailors Fear Financial Crisis More Than Pirates

The threat of Somali pirates is causing waves in many seafaring nations, but not in the Philippines. Filipino sailors say they are far more worried about the economic downturn than being held hostage. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 20)

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Al Qaeda Warns Obama

Al Qaeda's second-in-command urges Muslims to keep up attacks on the U.S. and slams President-elect Barack Obama for promising to back Israel. Ayman al-Zawahri also warns Obama not to follow President Bush's policies. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 20)

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Stevens' Farewell Speech

Stevens' Farewell Speech

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Morning Roundup 11/20/08

Is "No-drama Obama" a thing of the past?

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Unemployment Horror Show

Michelle Girard of RBS Greenwich Capital dissects the jobless data for Simon Constable of Dow Jones, and explains how the bad situation will likely get a whole lot worse before it gets better. (Nov. 20)

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Kotecki- 11/20/2008

Two new overlords to salute, McCain finally wins Missouri, and President Bush might play by midnight rules.

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Kotecki- 11/20/2008

Two new overlords to salute, McCain finally wins Missouri, and President Bush might play by midnight rules.

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Playback 11/20/08

Bailout Blues

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Obama's Challenge- The Mortgage Market

After he takes office, President-elect Barack Obama will face monumental challenges posed by the U.S. financial system. Some experts say a key is getting money back into the mortgage market. MarketWatch's Stacey Delo reports. (Nov. 20)

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Notebook- Internet Suicide

The Miss. woman who created a fake identity to taunt a young girl who committed suicide as a result has yet to be charged with her death. Katie Couric has more.

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House Hammers Paulson

Treasury Sec. Henry Paulson went before Congress to discuss the $700 billion bailout that went to the banks instead of bad mortgages. Jim Axelrod reports.

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8-Year-Old Suspect Coerced?

Police claim a video of an 8-year-old murder suspect shows him confess to a double homicide while defense lawyers say the boy was coerced. Bill Whitaker reports and a legal analyst weighs in.

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Fighting video game dependency in France

Experts says there may be more people hooked to video games, especially the online variety, in France than there are alcoholics. Time to take measures to help cyberspace junkies kick their habit, the government has announced.

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Egypt's star fashion designer

Marie Bishara, an Egyptian fashion designer, was her country's first-ever representative at the 2009 spring/summer ready-to-wear collections in Paris. An encounter with Bishara.

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How To Borrow Money

Many people may need to borrow money from their family and friends during these hard economic times. Financial advisor Ray Martin talks with Maggie Rodriguez about how to do it right.

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Recall On Window Blinds

Following the death of one child due to cord design in one brand of blinds, the product is being recalled. Julie Vallese from the Consumer Product Safety Commission explains to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Fast Food Sales Up

As the cost of regular groceries gets higher and money tighter, Americans are turning to "cheaper calories," reports Michelle Gielan.

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Cooking With Chocolate

Bon Appetit's Dede Wilson shows Jeff Glor how to put a chocolate twist on the classic coconut macaroon and shares a decadent recipe for "heavy-duty" chocolate lovers.

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It's Beaujolais Nouveau time

This year's Beaujolais Nouveau wine has been unleashed on a waiting world. Sales of the wine have dropped considerably in the last few years and a poor harvest this year looks set to make returns even worse.

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Smits On Murder And Mayhem

Actor Jimmy Smits talks with Maggie Rodriguez about his role on the hit show "Dexter," which is based on a serial killer cop. Smits also revisits a memorable scene from "NYPD Blue."

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Romney To Big 3- Fold

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney tells Maggie Rodriguez the auto industry should restructure after filing for bankruptcy instead of receiving a check to continue failed policy.

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Dow Closes At 5-Yr. Low

Susie Gharib from PBS' "Nightly Business Report" tells Maggie Rodriguez there is no magic number on Wall Street as the Dow plummets. Financial advisor Ray Martin has tips for confused investors.

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The life of a child soldier in Congo

The International Criminal Court (ICC) will start hearing its first trial Monday -- that of Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga on charges of using child soldiers. Child soldiers are still a vivid reality in the troubled Democratic Republic of Congo. Portrait of one of them.

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Hedge fund fighters deal with market pounding in the boxing ring

As the global economy continues to crumble, Hong Kong bankers get rid of stress at the annual Hedge Fund Fight Nite, a charity boxing match.

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Future Of Bio-Engineering

For the first time, doctors have rebuilt a damaged windpipe using a patient's own stem cells. Dr. Jon LaPook has more on this medical breakthrough.

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Prices Drop Alongside Sales

Closed consumer pocketbooks are driving down prices, which some economists say is a good thing. Ben Tracy explains that the ailing economy could get a much needed jumpstart.

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The Self-Made Man

Author Malcolm Gladwell's new book explores the idea of the self-made man and finds that he doesn't exist. Katie Couric spoke with Gladwell about how he came to this conclusion.

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Rumors Fly Over Clinton

Rumors that Hillary Clinton does not want to take the top post of secretary of state in Barack Obama's administration are false, says correspondent Chip Reid.

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Big Three Fly Private Jets

The top execs for GM, Ford and Chrysler took private jets to their second hearing on Capitol Hill, angering many Congress members. The execs are asking for a $25 billion loan. Bob Orr reports.

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Lieberman Reconciles With Dems

Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., talks with Katie Couric about reconciling with Democratic leaders after endorsing Republican Sen. John McCain's presidential run.

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Couric On Letterman

Katie Couric sat down with David Letterman for an interview on "The Late Show With David Letterman."

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Ex-Cheerleaders Could Do Time

Seven former cheerleaders have been indicted for a hazing incident involving the junior varsity squad in Katy, Texas. They could face up to six months in prison. KHOU's Courtney Zubowski reports.

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A Deer In The Headlights

Caught On Tape: A patrolman with the Bronson Police Dept. in Mich. got a sudden surprise when he hit a deer who ran in front of his car.

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Notebook- State Budgets

Many states across the U.S. are facing severe deficits in 2009. Katie Couric has more on the need for creative solutions during tough economic times.

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Sen. Stevens Says Goodbye

Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska., the Senate's longest serving GOP member has said goodbye. Stevens was defeated in a close election after being convicted on felony corruption charges.

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Photos- Pirates demand ransom for hijacked tanker

Pirates, who at the weekend seized the Saudi-owned Sirius Star oil tanker, are demanding 25 million dollars in ransom for the ship and its cargo of 100 million dollars of oil.

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Debate- Porn Between Couples

Author Michael Bader says women misinterpret men's motives in viewing pornography while author Susan Shapiro Barash believes it creates problems in relationships.

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Spitzer's 'Kristen' Returns

The call girl former governor Eliot Spitzer used to see is back in the news with an apology to Spitzer's wife and an explanation of her actions. Priya David reports.

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Carla's English Song

France's First Lady Carla Bruni sings "You Belong To Me," the only song she recorded in English on her new album.

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First Lady Of France Performs

Carla Bruni wed French President Nicolas Sarkozy almost one year ago becoming France's First Lady. Bruni performs a song from her new album for The Early Show.

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