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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Hot or Not - Nov. 26th

A special Thanksgiving Hot or Not with gravy all over the place and pie, pie, and more pie.... mmm, baby.

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Pundits React - Nov. 26

Clips from the morning shows... one President at a time?

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China Innovating on the Web

As the fourth annual Chinese Bloggers Conference attests, China is becoming a leader in online innovation. WSJ's Sky Canaves reports. (Nov. 26)

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Blasts Rock Mumbai Financial District

WSJ's international editor Nik Deogun talks with Kelsey Hubbard about a series of coordinated attacks in Mumbai's financial district that were believed to have killed dozens. (Nov. 26)

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Interviewing the Cast and Crew of 'Frost/Nixon'

Director Ron Howard tells WSJ's Lauren Goode what drew him to "Frost/Nixon," a film about the historic interview between disgraced President Richard Nixon and journalist David Frost. She also speaks with actors Frank Langella and Michael Sheen. (Nov. 26)

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Recession-Proof Shopping

How can you keep your finances on track this holiday season? Start by cutting your gift budget in half, and then do that again, says Jennifer Openshaw, MarketWatch columnist and president of WeSeed.com.

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Mumbai Terrorist Attacks

Video of the Mumbai attacks from New Delhi TV. Courtesy Fox News. (Nov. 26)

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Holiday Cheese Balls

Entertaining on a limited budget? Cheese balls are always a hit and can be dolled up in festive colors, says Sarah Carey, food editor for Martha Stewart Living magazine. (Nov. 26)

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Obama Presser - 11/26

President Elect Obama announces more members of his economic team.

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Will Obama Picks Fix Economy?

President-elect Barack Obama has picked what many consider an all-star economic team. But will they be able to stop the bleeding? WSJ's Kelly Evans and Kelsey Hubbard discuss the steps Obama is taking to improve the economy. (Nov. 26)

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Bailouts, Handouts, Giveaways

The market reacts to government's $200 billion plan to secure consumer-oriented financing. (Nov. 26)

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Will the Bulls Have Christmas This Year?

Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at Standard & Poor's, explains why December may be a positive month for U.S. equities and why he recommends exposure to defensive sectors, such as consumer discretionary and health care. (Nov. 26)

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'A Good Match'

Some people are turning to professional film makers this holiday season to produce documentary-style family histories. This is an excerpt of "A Good Match," by Fiona Murphy. (Nov. 26)

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'A Time and Place'

A new trend in gift giving this holiday season is capturing your family history on film. This is an excerpt of "A Time and Place" by The Media Village. (Nov. 26)

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Watching Drop in Consumer Spending

Ken Goldstein, a Conference Board senior economist, says consumer spending is set for a sharp decline this holiday season, and the decline is expected to last beyond the holidays. Interview with MarketWatch's Kelsey Hubbard. (Nov. 26)

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One lucky turkey

President Bush pardons a turkey for Thanksgiving

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Russian Warships in Venezuela

A fleet of Russian ships arrives in Venezuela for joint naval exercises, another step in leftist President Hugo Chavez's effort to strengthen a growing alliance with Moscow. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 26)

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China Combating Weak Eyesight

China introduces new exercises in its schools to fight weak eyesight. The treatment focuses on pressure points around the head, including the back of the neck and ears. Video courtesy of Reuters. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 26)

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Kotecki- 11/26/08

It�s the day before Thanksgiving, Robert Gates remains head of Defense, and Joe Biden�s generated crisis is already here.

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Kotecki- 11/26/08

It�s the day before Thanksgiving, Robert Gates remains head of Defense, and Joe Biden�s generated crisis is already here.

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Kotecki- 11/26/08

It's the day before Thanksgiving, Robert Gates remains head of Defense, and Joe Biden's generated crisis is already here.

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Landslides in Brazil Claim 72 Lives

Following weeks of steady rain, the death toll rises to 72 as mudslides continue to plague southern Brazil. Thousands others remain cut off from aid and clean water. Video courtesy or Reuters. (Nov. 26)

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Get the Most Sparkle from Your Diamond Buy

Diane Irvine, chief executive officer of Blue Nile, explains to MarketWatch's Stacey Delo how consumers can get the best possible value when shopping for engagement rings and other fine jewelry. (Nov. 26)

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Macy's Turns 150-Years-Old

Though the economy is in the gutter and businesses are facing layoffs, the department store, Macy's, has a reason to smile: The retailer is celebrating its 150th year in business. (Oct. 30)

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Citigroup 'Too Big To Fail'

Banking giant Citigroup will get billions more in bailout money due to its size and the adverse effects of its failure in what some economists have called "a broken economy," reports Jeff Glor.

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Bill Sparks Violence In Iraq

At least 20 people are dead after a series of bombings in Baghdad and nearby cities. The violence comes as Iraqi lawmakers decide whether to allow U.S. troops to remain in their country. Susan Roberts reports.

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MoneyWatch

More Americans are holding onto their cash and filing for unemployment. And Barack Obama picked Paul Volcker to lead an economic advisory board. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Obama Family Gives Back

President-elect Obama and his family volunteered at a Chicago food bank on the eve of Thanksgiving. Mr. Obama said times are tough and its important for all Americans to remember those in need.

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Notebook- Holiday Travel

Although the cost of enjoying the holidays has increased, over 41 million Americans will still make the arduous journey to see friends and family this week. Katie Couric has more.

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Eye to Eye- FAA Command Center

Tony Tisdall, manager of the FAA Command Center, tells CBS News' Thalia Assuras he is optimistic about Thanksgiving travel.

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The Best Of The Worst

Registered Dietician Keri Glassman explains to Harry Smith which Thanksgiving foods are healthier, given a choice at your holiday table.

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Dora The Explorer's New Voice

Caitlin Sanchez, a Cuban-American young girl, has landed the role of Dora The Explorer, the popular cartoon character.

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Bush Pardons Turkeys

Add two turkeys to the growing list of Bush's presidential pardons as the White House observes a long standing tradition.

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Tense political showdown in Thailand

The situation in Thailand is becoming increasingly tense, as anti-government protesters refuse a call by the army chief to end their occupation of Bangkok's international airport. Thousands of frightened tourists have been caught up in the chaos.

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Thanksgiving- Turkey Day in the US

Americans celebrate Thanksgiving on November 27, a holiday centered on a feast of traditional American food, most notably turkey. But at this thanksgiving dinner in Maryland, the turkeys are the guests of honor thanks to the Poplar Spring animal sanctuary.

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QE2 reaches her final destination of Dubai

The cruise liner Queen Elizabeth 2 was welcomed to its final destination of Dubai on Wednesday where it will be transformed into a luxurious floating hotel in the booming Gulf emirate. Images.

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What price a piece of the Eiffel Tower?

An original piece of the Eiffel Tower's winding staircase goes on sale at Sotheby's in Paris.

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Holiday Wish Come True

For every stamped letter to Santa Claus that Macy's receives, the company will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Frozen Turkey Stops Carjacker

A Good Samaritan halted a carjacking by hitting the robber in the head with a frozen turkey. Julie Chen reports.

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Michelle Obama As First Lady

CBS' "Sunday Morning" contributor Nancy Giles and Maggie Rodriguez talk about the expectations that will be placed on Michelle Obama as first lady, an African-American and trendsetter.

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Parasomnia Disorders

Extreme "sleepwalking" or parasomnia, are sleep disorders that can be harmful to you or others if they're not treated, Dr. Robert Basner tells Maggie Rodriguez.

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Thanksgiving Table Settings

Epicurious.com's Tanya Steele showed Harry Smith how to put together three different table settings under $50.

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EU, China, US unleash global assault on crisis

The EU proposed a 200-billion-euro stimulus package on Wednesday to jolt Europe's economy out of recession, as China cut its interest rates and the United States poured yet more cash into the economy.

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Cancer Diagnoses Decrease

A new report found a decrease in new cases of cancer as well as cancer-related deaths. Dr. Jon LaPook attributed the numbers to a drop in smoking which causes lung cancer.

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Pantry Donations Down

Donations to food pantries are down as more and more Americans are forced to rely on food donations to feed their families. Ben Tracy reports.

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Holiday Travel Ups And Downs

Airports are expecting a significant drop in holiday traffic while the roads may be busy since gas prices are low. Thalia Assuras and local affiliates report on current conditions.

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Feuding French Socialists pick Martine Aubry as leader

French Socialists declared Martine Aubry their new leader Tuesday after a bitter leadership fight that crippled the party and left it unable to provide an effective opposition to President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Turkey's shrinking salt lake

Turkey's second largest lake is shrinking fast, a drop blamed on global warming. Hardest hit are salt producers who are seeing the quality of their product decline. UN talks on addressing global warming will take place in Poznan, Poland in December.

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Holiday Stain Removal Tips

Whether it's red wine on your couch or gravy drippings on your shirt, holiday stains can be tough to remove. Jody Rohlena, Deputy Editor of Shopsmart Magazine, has some tips for salvaging your belongings.

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Thai army chief steps in, tells PM to call elections

Thailand's powerful army chief steps in to end the siege of Bangkok's main airport, telling the prime minister to call new elections and anti-government protesters to disperse.

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Passengers at Bangkok airport scared by protests

Thai protesters tighten their grip on Bangkok's international airport, leaving passengers scared and confused.

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Thousands of tourists stranded at Bangkok airport by protests

Thousands of tourists and other travellers in Thailand were stranded overnight on Tuesday at Bangkok international airport as anti-government protests escalated.

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Holiday Help From Food Pantry

Los Angeles food pantry workers have witnessed an increased demand from those in need as economic hardships continue for many. As Brandon Scott reports, the pantry will offer aid this Thanksgiving.

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Food Pantry Woes

Los Angeles County food pantries have seen a 41% increase in the number of families who are in need of food. Ben Tracy has more on the thousands who are relying on food pantries.

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Holiday Gift From The Airlines

Many Americans are being forced to forego air travel this holiday season due to fewer flights and higher prices. Mark Strassmann has more.

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Unlocking The Credit Markets

The Fed and Treasury Dept. are putting $800 billion into the credit markets, $600 billion into mortgages, and $200 billion to unlock consumer credit. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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The Man With A Plan

During the second of three expected news conferences, President-elect Barack Obama reassured the nation that he is ready to take over on Jan. 20th. Dean Reynolds reports.

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The Credit Crunch Continues

As the Fed hopes to cure the credit crunch, will consumers who stopped spending this summer by the largest amount in 28 years feel the rush to start buying again? Kelly Wallace reports.

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Is Cancer On The Decline?

With better cancer detection, treatments, and fewer people smoking, cancer statistics are on the decline, but is it all good news? Dr. Jon LaPook has more.

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The Power Of Free Food

Platteville, Colo. is offering its leftover crops to anyone who wants them. Surprisingly, the response was overwhelming. Russ Mitchell reports.

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