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Friday, November 21, 2008

Thousands Protest in Baghdad

More than 10,000 supporters of the radical Shiite cleric Moktada al-Sadr gathered in Baghdad on Friday to protest a security agreement with the United States.

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Veep picks in retrospect

Top campaign strategists talk about the candidates' Vice Presidential picks...

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How Long Will Recession Last?

Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, discusses how long investors should expect the current economic downturn to last. Interview with MarketWatch's Stacey Delo.(Nov. 21)

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The Best of the Bubblies

WSJ's Tastings Columnists Dottie Gaiter and John Brecher share choice selections of champagne for New Years, and the best way to open and serve it. (Nov. 21)

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Looking Ahead- Geithner's Bounce

With an otherwise grim week ending on a positive note with President-elect Barack Obama naming Tim Geithner to the Treasury, the upcoming holiday-shortened week will feature more data that could challenge the market. Stacey Delo reports. (Nov. 21)

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Uniting Obama's Coercive Diplomacy and Clinton's Hard Line

WSJ's Jay Solomon discusses Sen. Hillary Clinton's apparent decision to accept the position of U.S. Secretary of State under President-elect Barack Obama. He highlights their foreign policy differences and what that could mean for Obama. (Nov. 21)

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'Quickie' Divorce For Madge And Ritchie

After nearly eight years of marriage, Madonna and Guy Ritchie were granted a preliminary divorce by a British court. Courtesy Reuters (Nov. 21)

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The Week Ahead In Europe

U.K. Chancellor Alistair Darling will be delivering his pre-budget report on Monday, which means tax cuts may be coming. But some companies are wondering how their businesses outside of the U.K. will be taxed by the British government. (Nov. 21)

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These Stocks May Still Have Legs

Shares of Juniper Networks and Sprint Nextel have figured prominently among the stock roadkill of 2008, but insider buys show optimism. (Nov. 21)

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Obama's Fast-Emerging Cabinet

President-elect Barack Obama's administration takes shape with names like New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and New York Federal Reserve Bank Chief Tim Geithner in the mix. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 21)

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Research In Motion Launches the Storm

People flocked to stores Friday to check out the new BlackBerry Storm, and some shoppers at a Verizon Wireless store in San Francisco give Stacey Delo their initial reviews. (Nov. 21)

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Look Ahead in Asia- Deflation Fears

Japan is set to report consumer prices, with markets watching for any wider-than-expected slowdown in inflation. Michael Kitchen reports. (Nov. 21)

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The Week Ahead In Europe

U.K. Chancellor Alistair Darling will be delivering his pre-budget report on Monday, which means tax cuts may be coming. But some companies are wondering how their businesses outside of the U.K. will be taxed by the British government. (Nov. 21)

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World's Most Expensive Hotel Attracts Stars

Celebrities turn out for the grand opening of the world's most expensive hotel in Dubai. The $1.5 billion Atlantis Hotel costs $25,000 a night and boasts suites that feature floor-to-ceiling views of Dubai. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 21)

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Stocks Today- Irrational Inexuberance

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that with Friday's intraday decline, the S&P 500 has moved back to the level that it was trading at in December of 1996, making this the worst year in history. (Nov. 21)

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Will Books Soon Be Things of the Past?

Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable and WSJ's Brett Arends discuss the Amazon Kindle, a electronic, wireless reading device. Can Kindle hold a candle to reading a regular book? (Nov. 21)

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Kotecki- 11/21/08

Waxman takes over from Dingell, some illicit peeping at Obama�s phone bill, and Georgia is still enduring the election.

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Kotecki- 11/21/08

Waxman takes over from Dingell, some illicit peeping at Obama's phone bill, and Georgia is still enduring the election.

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Attorney General Mukasey Is Hospitalized

U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey is being hospitalized this morning after he collapsed last night while giving a speech. Video courtesy of Fox News (Nov. 21)

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Morning Roundup 11/21/08

Done Deal?

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Wipeout- A Decade of Gains Erased

Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable and Marketbeat blogger David Gaffen discuss another week of gloom on Wall Street. Plus, a glimmer of hope for capitalism: No bailout for Detroit. (Nov. 21)

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Georgia, Russia Accused Over Conflict

Violence continues in Georgia, Russia and analysts say tensions could increase again after a five day conflict that saw Russia launching a massive counter-attack against Georgia. Courtesy Reuters. (Nov. 21)

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Playback 11/21/08

Colbert on Letterman

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Talking to the Authors of 'Barbarians at the Gate'

Barbarians at the Gate, which chronicled the fall of RJR Nabisco, happened 20 years ago this month, and the publishers are re-releasing the book with a new afterword. Jon Friedman talks to the authors. (Nov. 21)

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Automobiles- The Los Angeles Auto Show

Jerry Garrett surveys the Los Angeles Auto Show as new concepts come out in the face of a downturn that has been roiling the industry.

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Automakers Argue For Rescue

Manufacturers say an auto industry collapse will greatly harm the U.S. economy, Jim Axelrod reports. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Ford CEO Alan Mulally.

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Obama Cabinet Choices

The number of "Clintonians" mentioned for President-elect Barack Obama's cabinet has raised eyebrows. Marcus Mabry of The New York Times explains some of the surprise candidates for posts.

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Nissan CEO On Auto Bailout

Nissan CEO, Carlos Ghosn, tells CBS News "limited" and "temporary" help to US automakers is "acceptable" but would put the Big 3 at an "uneven" advantage.

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Walk A Mile In His Shoes

In a town of 20,000, Larry Joltin sold $500,000 worth of shoes per year back in 1983. Is Joltin still the best in the business? Steve Hartman reports.

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Return Of The Wooly Mammoth

The discovery of ancient hairballs, with DNA intact, from wooly mammoths in Siberia has allowed the possibility of reconstructing, and resurrecting, an extinct species. Jeff Glor has more.

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Big Three Blowing In The Wind

Congressional leaders have admitted there's no overwhelming support for an auto bailout because of the disastrous results of the $700 billion economic bailout. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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The Market Meltdown

Wall Street hates uncertainty and with the failing auto industry, declining economy and a presidential transition underway, the markets are acting accordingly. Anthony Mason reports.

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Judge Orders Gitmo Release

For the first time, a federal judge has ordered the release of 6 Algerian detainees held at Guantanamo Bay who were considered to be enemies of the U.S. Wyatt Andrews explains why.

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Thwarting The Assualt

Meet Anton Gerber, the man who thwarted the boldest assault ever on a nuclear facility that contained bomb-grade uranium.

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For Better Or Worse

Foreigners who marry Americans are entitled to become permanent residents, but in a post-9/11 world, many widows are being asked to leave the U.S. because their husbands died. Bob Simon reports.

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Women's Roles In The Navy

There are about 500 women in the crew of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in almost every type of job. Harry Smith talks to two of them who are in charge of bombs.

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MoneyWatch

The Dow finished up nearly 500 points on the heels of news that President-elect Barack Obama is likely to name Tim Geithner treasury secretary. Alexis Christoforous reports on today's top business stories.

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Meet Obama's Brother-In-Law

Craig Robinson, brother to future First Lady Michelle Obama and brother-in-law to President-elect Barack Obama, discusses his role in the 2008 election and his new turn as a college basketball coach.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Scott Pelley discusses his upcoming story on the boldest assault ever on a facility containing weapons-grade uranium a still-unsolved crime that could have had calamitous consequences.

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Notebook-Twilight

Vampire imagery has been a part of popular culture for centuries, but never until now has the half-dead creature been more alluring. Katie Couric has more.

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'Twilight' Star Shines

The book series and now the expected box office sensation "Twilight" has come to the forefront of pop culture. "Twilight" star Pete Facinelli sits down with Maggie Rodriguez to talk about what makes this series a success.

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Quick Divorce For Madonna, Ritchie

Their celebrity marriage began in a Scottish castle but ended 8 years later in a drab London courtroom. Madonna and Guy Ritchie made a quick break in divorce court, without even showing up. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Russia's Nuclear Plans

The President-elect will face Moscow's threat to put nuclear capable missiles along some of its border. Russia's President, Dmitri Medvedev calls it "retaliation." Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Your Brain on Google

Neuroscientist, Gary Small, tells CBS News' Daniel Sieberg how technology may be making us smarter.

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Egyptian property market immune to crisis

The Egyptian economy and financial markets have suffered from an ongoing international financial crisis, but its property market is holding up surprisingly well.

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Portuguese pedopholia trial enters final phase

It's Portugal's longest trial�a case which has shocked the nation as it involves sex with children. Four years after its first hearing, the Casa Pia pedophilia case, is in its final phase. It's an affair which has pointed fingers at several celebrities from the political and entertainment world

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Here's Her Story

Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia Brady on "The Brady Bunch, talks to Julie Chen about her depression and suicide attempt. She wrote about it in her tell-all book, "Here's The Story." 70 CBS

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Life As A Navy Shooter

A special team called Shooters guide Navy planes safely off aircraft carriers such as the USS Theodore Roosevelt several times each day. It's a highly coordinated ballet, reports Harry Smith.

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Myspace Suicide Trial Begins

The Calif. trial is underway in the case of a Missouri woman who pretended to be a teenage boy on Myspace so she could taunt a troubled teen who committed suicide, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Tot Helps Mom Deliver Sib

A Surf City, N.C. 6-yr.-old used his shoelace to tie the umbilical cord when his mom unexpectedly delivered at home. Julie Chen spoke to the family.

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Mukasey Collapses

US Attorney General Michael Mukasey collapses during a speech in Washington, DC Thursday night.

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Italian writer Saviano assails EU over mafia money-laundering

Italian anti-mafia writer Robert Saviano accused European governments on Friday of doing little to combat the laundering of billions of euros in drug money from organised crime

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Madonna and Ritchie granted "quickie" divorce

Megastar Madonna has been greated a divorce from her British husband Guy Ritchie, a month after announcing her break-up.

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French Socialists vote for new woman leader

The French Socialists will make history on Friday when a woman takes over the party�s leadership. Former presidential candidate Segolene Royal is squaring off against the mayor of Lille, Martine Aubry, in a bitterly contested run-off election.

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Hillary Will Get SOS Nom Soon

CBS News has learned that President-elect Barack Obama will nominate Clinton to be his Secretary of State right after Thanksgiving, reports Bill Plante.

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Bailout Shell Game

In the midst of a market lacking confidence, the Fed is lending trillions in taxpayer dollars and keeping mum on which banks are getting the loans. Jeff Glor reports.

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Bush- Mukasey Sounds Well

Attorney General Michael Mukasey remained in the hospital following a collapse during a speech. The Justice Dept. has not released information related to the cause of his collapse, reports Bob Orr.

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Katie Goes Backstage On Letterman

Only On The Web: Katie Couric gives us an inside look while backstage before her appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman."

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The Digital Generation

There's a new generation of kids who are tech savvy and able to reach a wide Web audience with no one to monitor their activities. Daniel Sieberg reports on the possible consequences down the road.

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Nowhere safe to play for children in cluster-bombed Laos

Cluster bombs dropped by US troops in Laos during the Vietnam War continue to kill and maim -- and it's children who are most at risk.

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