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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Tiny Kitchen- Homemade Spelt Crackers

Jill Santopietro, chef and recipe tester for The New York Times, cooks this week's magazine recipe in her tiny 11.5-square-foot kitchen.

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Director and Cast Discuss 'Frost/Nixon'

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

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Mumbai Calmer, Still Under Lockdown After Terror Attacks

The streets of Mumbai were calmer Thursday after the worst terrorist attacks in 15 years. But the city remained in a virtual lockdown, with authorities imposing a curfew, WSJ's Niraj Sheth reports.

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Chinese Migrant Workers Return Home

China's work force returns home to rural areas because of the slowing economy, but the land they used to subsist on is now being farmed by larger companies. (Nov. 27)

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Reviving Classical Music Improv

A controversial grassroots effort is proving that improvisation in classical music is back from the dead. WSJ's Alexandra Alter reports. (Nov. 27)

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In Earthquake Aftermath, China Rebuilds

Six months after an earthquake that destroyed much of Sichuan province in China, residents are rebuilding at a remarkable pace. WSJ's Mei Fong reports. (Nov. 27)

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Life Lessons from a Father's 30-Year Running Streak

Harvey Simon has run every day for the last 30 years. As of Halloween, he had run for 10,958 consecutive days. His daughter, WSJ's Stephanie Simon, details her dad's incredible streak and the life lessons she's gleaned from it. (Nov. 27)

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Mumbai- Indian Police Work to Free Hostages

Hostages trickle out as Indian commandos attempt to free people trapped by suspected Muslim militants. The terrorists struck 10 locations, including two hotels, a crowded train and a Jewish outreach center. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 27)

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Gastronomy Made Easy

French chef and cookbook author Sophie Dudemaine draws from high-end culinary icon Alain Ducasse to prepare simple yet elegant meals for friends and family. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Nov. 27)

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Mumbai Terror Attacks Brutal and Well-Organized

A deadly series of terror attacks in India suggests a coordinated and extremely well-organized operation. Indian authorities say at least 100 are dead with hundreds more injured. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 27)

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Luxury Goods at a Discount

With consumers cutting back on shopping, the pipeline of retail goods is filling up. That means more products -- including luxury items -- are ending up on sale at discounters, says Patrick Byrne, Overstock.com's chief executive.

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Stocks to Be Thankful For

Sixteen stocks in the S&P 500 are actually up this year. What can we learn from their success. (Nov 27)

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Halliburton's Heft Is Helpful

Shares of the oil-services giant can benefit from the failings of its smaller rivals. (Nov. 26)

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Holiday Greetings From Space

CBS News RAW: Commander Chris Ferguson and the crew of the Shuttle Endeavour beamed down their Thanksgiving greetings for everyone on, and off, planet Earth.

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Heated Debate Gets A Cool Down

CBS News RAW: Romania's race for the Senate became heated during a debate between former bodybuilder turned politician Marius Marinescu and his female rival, Anca Constantinescu.

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Notebook- Thanksgiving

How did Thanksgiving become the holiday it is today? Katie Couric has more on one woman's crusade to make a day of giving thanks a national holiday.

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Underground press in Belarus fights on

Belarus could shortly lift a ban on some independent newspapers. The papers were forced underground three years ago after openly criticising President Lukashenko in the run-up to elections. But is the move just a token gesture to appease Europe?

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Obama evokes brighter days ahead

President-elect Barack Obama on Thursday promised "a new beginning" when he takes over the White House in January and urged Americans to work together to overcome a deepening economic crisis.

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Holiday Clean-Up Tips

Author Julie Edelman gave Russ Mitchell some important tips for cleaning up inevitable thanksgiving messes.

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Iraq Veteran Gives Thanks

The organization Homes For Our Troops builds houses for wounded veterans that are more accessible through donations and volunteers. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Mumbai attacks- fires continue to burn at Taj

Heavily-armed militants stormed the five-star Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai late on Wednesday, as part of a coordinated wave of attacks throughout the south of India's financial capital.

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Matisse painting stolen by Nazis returned

A Matisse painting stolen by the Nazis from a wealthy German Jewish businessman and kept in France for nearly 60 years was returned Thursday to the rightful owner's heirs.

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Iraqi parliament approves landmark US military pact

Iraq's parliament on Thursday approved a landmark military pact that will see all US troops withdraw by the end of 2011, eight years after the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein and plunged the country into chaos.

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The Perfect Stuffing

Executive chef Elizabeth Karmel showed Harry Smith some tips on how to make the perfect stuffing.

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Avoiding Family Drama

Harry Smith spoke with Clinical Psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Gardere about how to avoid unwanted family drama this holiday season.

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Frozen Turkey 911

Executive chef Elizabeth Karmel showed Harry Smith some emergency frozen turkey tips for the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece.

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SUVs replace elephants at polo practice

New York�s elephant polo team is training hard. They�re goal: to sweep the world championship next month in Nepal. But training involves some imagination, since elephants are scarce in Manhattan. Instead, these athletes climb onto the roofs of SUVs.

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With Obama, will the US turn green ?

Obama has promised that the US, the biggest polluter in the world, will clean up its act. There are high hopes for President-elect Barack Obama's proposed energy plan at a sewage treatment plant in New Jersey that already runs more than 50% on Wind power. With the $150 billion Obama plans to use to incentivize private investment in clean energy every year, this could be the sewage plant of the future.

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Tenuous Vote On Iraq Timetable

Iraq's parliament will vote on a bill to set a U.S. troop withdrawal date after appealing to ethnic groups to remain calm, reports Elizabeth Palmer.

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Indian commandos battle Islamist gunmen, over 100 dead

Indian army commandos were still battling, on Thursday, Islamist gunmen who launched coordinated attacks against luxury hotels and other targets in Mumbai, taking foreign hostages and killing over 100 people.

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Bomb near US embassy in Afghan capital kills four

A suicide car bomb claimed by Taliban insurgents blew up near the US embassy in Kabul Thursday and killed four Afghan civilians, in the latest in a series of extremist attacks in Afghanistan.

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Gleaming Bangkok airport becomes protest camp

With baggage trolleys converted into noodle stalls and check-in desks used as beds, all the signs at Bangkok's international airport are that protesters are in for the long haul.

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Indian TV footage of coordinated attacks on Mumbai

Indian TV channel NDTV footage of Indian army commandos laying siege to two luxury hotels in Mumbai where gunmen held foreign guests hostage as part of coordinated attacks.

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Put The Pedal To The Metal

In 1985, Charles Kuralt met David Leopold, New York City's fastest bike messenger. 25 years later is Leopold still the best in the game? Steve Hartman finds out.

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Terrorists Target India

U.S. official say they do not know who is behind the deadly, terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India. Since 2003, more than 600 people have died in India as a result of terrorism. Bob Orr reports.

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Food Prices On The Rise

There is a 4% increase in food prices in 2009 even as the price for just about everything else is coming down. Cynthia Bowers explains why food is still so expensive.

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Obama's Economic Force

President-elect Obama has named former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker as one of his top economic advisors. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Bullies On The Web

Lori Drew might be the most notorious cyberbully in the short history of the Internet, blamed for the suicide of a 13-year-old girl, but was only convicted of lesser charges. John Blackstone reports.

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Eyewitness Of Mumbai Attack

Eyewitness Phillip Badje was in one of the hotels attacked by terrorists in the city of Mumbai, India. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Badje about his experience.

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Thanksgiving Travel Declines

With the struggling economy, Thanksgiving travel has declined for the first time since 2002. Whether by plane or by car, more Americans are opting to stay home. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Mumbai Under Siege

Militants in India have attacked several areas throughout the city of Mumbai, as authorities have used force to try to stop the situation. As Mark Phillips reports, Western tourists were targeted.

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Cairo calling- Egypt aims for call centre top spot

With its young and educated workforce, Egypt has become a world leader for call centres.

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Crisis takes Thailand to the brink

Thailand is sinking deeper into crisis. Anti-government protesters have shut down the capital's two airports, threatening to turn the political stalemate into an economic crisis. The prime minister has refused a call by the army chief to call new elections. With all sides involved refusing the compromise, the outlook is bleak.

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NYC Transit Threat

The FBI warned of an Al-Qaeda terrorist attack on the New York City mass transit system. As Michelle Gielan reports, the FBI believes the attack may come between Thanksgiving and New Years.

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An Iraqi Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving for the American soldiers in Iraq had all the trimmings. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, the invitation of Iraqi soldiers is a sign of the improved situation in Iraq.

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Two Very Lucky Turkeys

President Bush pardoned two lucky turkeys before Thanksgiving in an annual White House ceremony. As Bill Plante reports, the turkeys got the first-class treatment.

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Tragedy In Mumbai

Terrorist attacks across Mumbai, India involved shootings and explosions land eft 100 dead and 300 others injured. As Sheila Macvicar reports, terrorists targeted American and British nationals.

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