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Monday, December 1, 2008

India-Pakistan Tensions Grow

Indian officials said that Pakistanis were responsible and must be punished for last week's terrorist attacks.

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Best Place for Business? Twin Cities

The twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul once again top MarketWatch's list of best metro areas for business. But Russ Britt, MarketWatch's L.A. bureau chief, finds that company recruiters don't always have an easy time convincing executives to relocate here.

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Obama's School Choice

Watch the Journal Editorial Report Saturdays at 5:30 pm ET on Fox News Channel.

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Retail Stocks Hammered

Bob O'Brien of Barron's comments on the better than anticipated retail sales total for the Thanksgiving weekend. Retail stocks were still hammered in today's market. (Dec. 1)

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Market Wrap- Dow Falls 680 points

The week got off to an awful start on Wall Street. The Dow suffered its fourth biggest drop ever as investors absorbed a dire global economic slowdown, an official read on U.S. recession, and more. Stacey Delo reports. (Dec. 1)

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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. (Dec. 1)

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China's Currency Outlook

Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., explains why China allowed the yuan to depreciate Monday and whether further depreciation is on the cards. Interview with MarketWatch's Polya Lesova. (Dec. 1)

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HIGHLIGHTS- A Green Recovery, A Low Carbon Economy

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/09/green_recovery.html ntroduction by: Joseph Romm, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress Featured Speakers: Governor Ed Rendell (D - PA) Thomas Friedman, columnist, New York Times; author, Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution -- and How It Can Renew America Carol Browner, Principal, The Albright Group LLC Moderated by: Bracken Hendricks, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress At a time of fiscal belt tightening, when some would put environmental priorities on the back burner, there are many who believe that investing in a green economy now is the best way to achieve both short and long term economic solutions. A recent paper by the Center for American Progress and the University of Massachusetts Political Economy Research Institute, "Green Recovery: A Program to Create Good Jobs and Start Building a Low Carbon Economy," finds that to promote economic mobility, growth, job creation, and regain technological leadership in the global innovation marketplace, we must fundamentally change how we produce and consume energy in this country and transform our economy to a low-carbon model. Investing in clean energy and efficiency will enable the United States to regain technological leadership in the global innovation marketplace, grow our economy, reduce global warming emissions, and invest in national security. Please join the Center for American Progress and three of the country's leading advocates for investments in a green economy for a discussion on how each step of an economic recovery package (stabilization, stimulus, recovery, and growth) can be greened, and explore both national and state perspectives on policy solutions towards transforming our economy to a low-carbon model.

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Everything Is Right but the Price

Westamerica Bancorp has been a welcome oasis for thirsty bank investors. Alas, it may have attracted too many of them. (Dec. 1)

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Pundits React

Pundits React: The National Security Team

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Why a Modern-Day New Deal Won't Work

Amity Shlaes, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, explains to Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable why the New Deal didn't work in the 1930s and why Nobel laureate Paul Krugman is wrong to think a similar stimulus will work this time.

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Shopping Smart on Cyber Monday

John Pironti, chief information risk strategist for CompuCom, gives consumers tips on how to avoid getting scammed on Cyber Monday, the kick-off of the holiday online shopping season. He speaks with Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable. (Dec. 1)

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GM Taking Bailout Plea Seriously

An update on the American auto industry's bailout plea. WSJ's John Stoll says GM is scrambling to assemble a business plan that would show Congress how serious it's taking this request. Plus, he discusses what Ford and Chrysler need to do to convince Congress of their viability.

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Obama takes questions on war cabinet

Obama takes questions on war cabinet

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Investigation into Mumbai Attacks Continues

As Indian officials removed bodies from the Taj Mahal Hotel, the investigation into the Mumbai terrorist plot continues with some help from the U.S. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Dec. 1)

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Gloomy Landscape for Retail Stocks

Retailers may be racking up big receipts from Black Friday and into Cyber Monday, but will investors move to snap up retail stocks? Denise Shull, President of consulting firm TraderPsyches, tells Kelsey Hubbard that retail sector stocks will continue to be battered despite the perceived pop in consumer holiday spending. (Dec. 1)

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Susan Rice

Susan Rice

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Obama unveils war cabinet

President-elect Obama announces his picks for national security...

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Terrorism Expert Analyzes Mumbai Attacks

Terrorism expert Joe Brusuelas explains to Simon Constable where the terrorists likely came from and how it might lead to another war between India and Pakistan. (Dec. 1)

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A Painful Solution for a Desperate Situation

The Big Three automakers fear that filing for bankruptcy could destroy them, but the opposite may be true. (Dec. 1)

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Clinton, Gates Among Obama's Cabinet Picks

President-elect Barack Obama announces major players in his national security team, including former rival Sen. Hillary Clinton as secretary of state. He also announced he is retaining Defense Secretary Robert Gates. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Bush Reflects

Bush Reflects

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Obama on World AIDS day

President-elect Barack Obama's taped remarks to the Saddleback Civil Forum on Global Health...

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Venetians Wade Knee-Deep in Floodwaters

Heavy rains and strong winds have left many in Venice knee-deep in salt water. Sea levels reached its highest level since 1986. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Hot Stocks- Energy Underperforms

Energy stocks are weighing on the broad market, even as the Dow Jones Industrial Average retreats nearly 4%. Crude prices are also falling back after OPEC failed to approve any further production cuts. Steve Gelsi reports. (Dec. 1)

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Obama names Clinton Sec of State

Hillary Clinton will be Obama's Secretary of State

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Kotecki- 12/01/08

Hillary Clinton is official nominated as Secretary of State, Chris Matthews �not running� for Senate, and lots of folks want Sarah Palin to run in 2012.

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Kotecki- 12/01/08

Hillary Clinton is official nominated as Secretary of State, Chris Matthews ?ot running?for Senate, and lots of folks want Sarah Palin to run in 2012.

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Deconstruction Zone- Obama's Picks

Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen talk about the reaction to President-elect Obama's cabinet picks so far.

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Thailand's Political Crisis Deepens

Protesters make their way from Bangkok's Government House to Thailand's main airport -- the new focus for anti-government protests. Plus, the Constitutional Court is expected to rule in a campaign fraud case. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Shopping Smart on Cyber Monday

John Pironti, chief information risk strategist for CompuCom, gives consumers tips on how to avoid getting scammed on Cyber Monday, the kick-off of the holiday online shopping season. He speaks with Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable.

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Week Ahead- On Central Bank Watch

WSJ's David Gaffen and Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable review the likely action by the world's major monetary authorities. Plus, they discuss the prospect of more bad economic news.

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Bush on HIV/AIDS

President Bush gives quick statement on HIV/AIDS.

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Morning Show Roundup 12/1/08

Morning Show Roundup

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Rescuers Die in China Mine Dig

Three rescuers die in a cave-in as they seek to retrieve the bodies of 15 miners killed a day earlier. The miners, who were working at a pit in China's Heilongjiang province, were killed in an underground explosion. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Kabul Suicide Bomber Targets German Car

A suicide bomber hits a German embassy vehicle in Kabul, the Afghan capital, killing himself and three civilians. No Germany embassy staff were hurt in the attack, which is being blamed on the Taliban. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Obama's National Security Challenges - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/security What are the most important national security challenges facing the next president? What should the top national security priority be on January 20, 2009? And what else should the new administration do to address these challenges? Dr Lawrence Korb of the Center for American Progress answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Obama Set To Unveil National Security Team

President-elect Barack Obama is expected to announce his national-security team, one that will likely include Hilary Clinton as his pick for Secretary of State, Fox's Doug Luzader reports.

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Wolff on Murdoch

Jon Friedman talks with Michael Wolff, author of the new book, "The Man Who Owns the News: Inside the Secret World of Rupert Murdoch," which explores the motivation and strategy of the media mogul. (Dec. 1)

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Playback 12/01/08

The Foreign Policy Team

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Obama Transition on Track During Crisis

In the midst of the financial crisis, President-elect Barack Obama is wasting no time appointing key economic leaders for his administration. MarketWatch spoke with Professor Jim Pfiffner about how the Obama team is doing so far.

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Hurricane Ike's Aftermath

Bridge City, Texas was hit hard by the fury of Hurricane Ike and while time has passed, many are still grappling with its aftermath. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Kidman, Jackman unveil Aussie blockbuster

Film stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman unveiled their sweeping epic film "Australia" in Paris on Monday. Baz Luhrmann's latest film is the most expensive movie ever made Down Under and is being touted as a blockbuster which could revive both the film and tourism industries in the country.

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French first lady in new role as AIDS ambassador

French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy marked World AIDS Day on Monday by unveiling her new mission as the first ambassador to the Geneva-based Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

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World AIDS Day highlights big challenges 20 years on

World AIDS Day will be marked around the world today as the fight continues against the disease, which experts say remains stymied by the lack of adequate treatment in poor countries and setbacks in finding an effective vaccine.

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Paris lights up for Christmas

With a few weeks to go before Christmas, the Champs Elysees avenue in Paris has slipped into its glittering end-of-the-year outfit -- 2.4 kilometres of low energy lightbulbs, from the Arc de Triomphe to Concorde.

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The case of the disappearing lake

Fish populations in the Razzaza lake to the south of Baghdad are being decimated by an unexplained phenomenon and their demise is badly affecting local fishermen.

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What to expect from US policy on climate change?

As twelve days of UN talks began in Poznan, Poland on Monday aimed at paving the way to a new global pact on climate change to be signed in December 2009, what can be expected from the United States and the new administration? Interview with Reid Detchon, Executive Director for Energy and Climate at the United Nations Foundation.

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Holiday Hazards

Dr. Travis Stork showed Maggie Rodriguez the possible dangers of decorating, wrapping and unwrapping during this holiday season.

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Top Web Searches Of 2008

Yahoo's Heather Cabot dropped by "The Early Show" to reveal Yahoo.com's top 10 Web searches of the year.

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From Foes To Friends

Julie Chen takes a look back at the sometimes rocky relationship between Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton during the Democratic race for the presidential nomination.

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Living With HIV

Marvelyn Brown contracted HIV when she was 19-years-old and now she spends her time mentoring others. She writes candidly in "The Naked Truth" about her experience.

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Webcam Suicide Tragedy

A 19-year-old man committed suicide live on the Internet through a Webcam as dozens of people watched. As Julie Chen reports, the viewers did not notify police until it was too late.

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Mumbai Suspect Caught Alive

The Indian government captured one of the suspected terrorists in the Mumbai terror attacks. The suspect admitted he belonged to a Pakistani militant group. Celia Hatton reports.

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Hillary To Become Top Diplomat

Sen. Hillary Clinton is set to become the next Secretary Of State under the Barack Obama administration. Bill Plante reports.

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Exclusive- Mumbai Arrest

CBS News EXCLUSIVE: Grainy cell-phone video obtained exclusively by CBS News allegedly shows police beating the only suspect to be caught alive in the Mumbai, India terror attacks.

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Black Friday's Big Bucks

Sales are up 18 percent over last years figures for the weekend after Thanksgiving. As Randall Pinkston reports, sales drew shoppers to stores in large numbers.

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Obama Puts Past Aside, For Now

During President-elect Barack Obama's press conference to announce his national security team, he was asked about past criticisms by Sen. Hillary Clinton on his foreign policy qualifications.

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Hillary Accepts Cabinet Post

President-elect Barack Obama officially announced Sen. Hillary Clinton as his pick for Secretary Of State during a press conference announcing his national security team.

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Poland's addiction to coal set to continue

Poland is hosting this week's UN climate conference but it has an all too obvious admission to make: it is addicted to coal, the most polluting source of energy.

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Deflation's Downward Spiral

After rising for much of 2008, many consumer prices are falling, but not everyone is seeing this as good news. Kelly Wallace reports.

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An Abundant Harvest

Cape Abilities Farm in Cape Cod, Mass. produces their crops using hydroponics as well as employing dozens of disabled workers. Priya David has more.

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Formula Fears

Two best selling baby formula brands in the U.S. have tested positive for trace amounts of melamine, an industrial chemical, or cyanuric acid. Michelle Miller reports.

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Clinton's Big Promotion

Sen. Hillary Clinton is expected to be announced by President-elect Obama as his Secretary of State, but does the appointment give reason for concern? Thalia Assuras reports.

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A Profitable Black Friday

Despite the economic crisis, 172 million shoppers visited stores and websites over Thanksgiving weekend, up 15 million from 2007. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Looking For Answers

Following the massacre in Mumbai, officials lowered the death toll to 174 and the only surviving attacker claims to belong to a Pakistani militant group. Celia Hatton has more.

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Campaign 08 Unfiltered

CBS News' Maria Gavrilovic and John Bentley spent months on the campaign trail with Barack Obama and John McCain. Jeff Glor debriefed them on the political year that was.

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