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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Romans Suit Up to Battle Birds

WSJ's Davide Berretta reports on how Romans are attempting to shoo away the city's annoying flocks of starlings with a battery of megaphones.

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CareerBuilder.com's Ad

Careerbuilder.com is gearing up for a showdown against Monster.com during Super Bowl XLIII. The two online job sites have much riding on the game since the economic slowdown will have more folks seeking employment.

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Monster.com's Ad

Monster.com has signed on to advertise during Super Bowl XLIII after sitting out for four years. The move will pit the online job site against its primary rival, CareerBuilder.com, which will also advertise during the gridiron game. (Nov. 24)

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Tibetans in exile worry about future without Dalai Lama

As a congress of Tibetan leaders nears its end in India, the question of the Dalai Lama's succession is once again on the agenda. Many Tibetans worry about the future

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Gun Sales Up After Election

Some gun owners fear that a Democrat in the White House will mean more restrictive gun laws. Ramy Inocencio reports on the surge in weapons sales since the election.

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Meteor Makes Fireworks

A large meteor streaked across western Canadian skies on Thursday, causing many awe-struck Alberta residents to call the police.

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French Socialists clash over leadership vote

France's opposition Socialists is descending into political warfare after failed presidential candidate Segolene Royal lost a vote for the party leadership to rival Martine Aubry by a razor-thin margin, but refused to concede defeat

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Thousands protest against Thai government

Thousands of Thai protesters gathered Sunday for a rally they say will be the final push in a six-month campaign to topple the government, putting the nation on edge after a week of escalating violence

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Dalai Lama warns of danger facing Tibetans

Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, said Sunday the Tibetan nation was in danger. The Dalai-Lama was speaking to the media after a rare gathering of Tibetan leaders-in-exile

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Bringing History Back

The Smithsonian's Museum of American History reopens its doors with an entirely new look after a $85 million renovation. Thalia Assuras reports.

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The Last Day Of JFK

On Nov. 22,1963, John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas as the nation watched. Hari Sreenivasan has more with those who remember that day.

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The Middle East Challenge

Iraqis burned President Bush in effigy this week, furious over the last eight years. Now President-elect Obama begins to look ahead to one of his biggest challenges - Iraq. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Obama Promises Jobs

With 1.2 million jobs lost in the last year, President-elect Barack Obama is on the offensive when it comes to creating jobs. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Bush Says Goodbye To APEC

President Bush traveled overseas for the last time as President of the United States. At a meeting of Pacific Rim leaders in Peru, he bid farewell to the global stage. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Big 3 Plead With Lawmakers

Automakers are trying to convince lawmakers to give them billions of dollars to weather the financial crisis. Ben Tracy has more.

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Suicide, Webcasted

A troubled teen committed suicide live on the internet as viewers watched. Michelle Miller reports.

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