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Tuesday, December 2, 2008

China's Tainted-Milk Scandal

Editorial writer Joseph Sternberg speaks with James Freeman. (Dec. 2)

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GM 'Bares Its Soul' for Bailout

In seeking money from Congress, GM acknowledged its mistakes and candidly explained how close they are to collapse. WSJ's Jeff McCracken and Dennis Berman discuss GM's bailout request. (Dec. 2)

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Tiffany Can Shine Again

With a record low valuation, shares of the iconic jewelry chain can regain their value in a few years. (Dec. 2)

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The Sound of Recruitment

Young Israelis are manning kiosks in just about every significant mall in the U.S. thanks to a song by one of their own. WSJ's Ilan Brat reports. (Dec. 2)

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Designing Appliances for Baby Boomers

As Baby Boomers age, appliance makers are re-tooling their offerings. At General Electric, young employees are being trained to design for an older generation. WSJ's Paul Glader reports. (Dec. 2)

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Plaxico Burress Is Charged

The Giants star player leaves the 17th precinct after police charged him with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon. Video courtesy of New York Post. (Dec. 2)

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Mumbai Gunfight Footage

Closed circuit video scenes of gunmen battling police inside a Mumbai train station. Video from NDTV. (Dec. 2)

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Condoleezza Rice Performs for the Queen

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in Britain ahead of NATO talks in Brussels, but her diplomatic skills took a back seat as she played a chamber recital for the Queen. Video courtesy of Sky News. (Dec. 2)

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GE Steers Clear of Bad News

Analyst Art Hogan of Jeffries & Co. says General Electric's earnings outlook, though containing some blemishes, managed to soothe investors by meeting expectations and not revealing any further negative surprises. Interview with Steve Gelsi. (Dec. 2)

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Deepak Blames America

Editorial board member Dorothy Rabinowitz speaks with James Freeman. (Dec. 2)

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Chemical Ali Sentenced to Death

Chemical Ali Hassan al-Majid, Saddam Hussein's ex-executioner and cousin, is condemned to death by hanging for the deaths of Kurds and Shiites. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 2)

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Protesters Cheer Thai Ruling

Demonstrators say they will end their blockade of Bangkok's main airport after a court ordered Thailand's ruling party and two of its allies to disband. The three parties were convicted of election fraud. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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David Gregory

The many faces of David Gregory, White House Correspondent for NBC/MSNBC.

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In Iceland- Dinner Over a Crisis

German and Dutch delegations come to Iceland to retrieve money frozen in failed banks and end up breaking bread over a traditional Icelandic dinner. WSJ's Andy Jordan reports.

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Kotecki- 12/02/08

Jim Martin has a ludicrous surrogate, Sarah Palin for Senate(?), and Hillary is on an adventure.

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Kotecki- 12/02/08

Jim Martin has a ludicrous surrogate, Sarah Palin for Senate(?), and Hillary is on an adventure.

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Ready For the TQ Challenge?

Barron's Clare McKeen speaks about the Trading Quotient created by Options Express, which rates your trading skills. (Dec. 2)

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Morning Show Roundup 12/2/08

Morning Roundup

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Obama's addresses NGA

President-elect Obama speaks at the National Governors Association in Philly...

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Hot Stocks- Airlines

Airline benchmark index soars as executives at major carriers say they are poised to benefit from falling oil prices and present cash-raising plans at an analyst meeting in New York. (Dec. 2)

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Stranded Tourists in Thailand Flock to Phuket

With Bangkok's main airport blockaded, tourists are flocking to Phuket -- one of three international airports still open in Thailand. Some airlines are running emergency flights to bring stranded tourists home. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Indian Stars Hold Mumbai Vigil

United in grief, some of India's best known arts and entertainment figures gather in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata to remember victims of the Mumbai attacks. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Mr. Feelings - Dec. 1

Mr. Feelings talks about President-elect Obama and Sen. Clinton and their ability to put their feelings on hold and be "frienemies."

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Playback 12/2/08

Playback

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Arts- Last Word- Odetta

Odetta became a force of the folk music revival in the 1950s. In the 1960s her renditions of spirituals and blues became part of the soundtrack of the civil rights movement.

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Remembering Mumbai

CBS News RAW: Dozens of Indians from various faiths joined a prayer session in New Delhi to remember those killed in the Mumbai attacks.

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Is it an electricity bill, or a cash flow?

President-elect Barack Obama has promised to develop the renewable energy industry in the US. Some Americans who are ahead of the curve are already making money from renewables in their own homes.Refiling of a story from November 2008.

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Notebook- Auto Bailout

Nearly a month after asking Congress for a bailout, GM, Ford and Chrysler are at it again, but this time they are prepared to make concessions. Katie Couric has more.

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Leftover Campaign Blues?

Gov. Sarah Palin and Vice President-elect Joe Biden attended the National Governors Association in Philadelphia, where both exchanged jokes about campaign '08.

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Governors Meet With Obama

President-elect Barack Obama is in Philadelphia to hear from the nation's governors on just how bad the recession is impacting their states. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Obama's Promise to GOP Govs

President-elect Obama told the National Governors Association he will listen to states' needs and work with Republican and Democratic governors on economic solutions.

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Mumbai Attacks Caught On Tape

Caught On Tape: Video showing the moment suspected militants opened fire on a Mumbai train station has been released. Footage also shows people ducking for cover in the station's restaurant.

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Cluster bombs to be outlawed

More than half of the countries in the world are gathering in Norwegian capital Oslo to ban cluster bombs, which often fail to explode until touched by unsuspecting civilians, often children.

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Depression Linked To Belly Fat

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Travis Stork of the TV show "The Doctors" about the link between depression and belly fat.

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Tourists scramble to escape Thailand

Tourists are scrambling to find a way out of Thailand by any means possible as both airports in Bangkok have been blockaded by anti-government protestors. Some make it out by road, others through regional or military airports.

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Protests may be over, but Thai turmoil runs deep

The court ruling forcing Thailand's premier from office appears to have ended crippling protests, but analysts say the kingdom's political problems run deep and will flare up again.

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Media Overload Bad For Kids

Julie Chen spoke with Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel and Common Sense Media's James Steyer about how to protect children from the negative health affects of media like TV and computers.

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High Tide Floods Venice

One of the highest tides in its history brought Venice to a virtual halt. It was the fourth highest tide since 1872, when the city started keeping records.

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Eye To Eye- Mumbai Survivors

Katie Couric spoke with McKinney and Jan Taylor, a Va. couple who were trapped for nearly two days in their hotel room at the Taj Mahal during the attacks in Mumbai.

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Terror At The Taj

McKinney and Jan Taylor were trapped for nearly two days in their hotel room at the Taj Mahal during the attacks in Mumbai. Katie Couric speaks with the Va. couple after their safe return to the U.S.

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Hope For Cyber Monday

The average shopper spent more than $372 this weekend in stores and on Web sites. And, as Michelle Miller reports, those numbers are giving new hope to retailers on "Cyber Monday."

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The "Soft Power" Effect

President-elect Obama's national security team has pledged that America's international problems cannot always be solved by force alone. David Martin reports.

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Investing In Alpacas?

Peggy Parks' friends say she's crazy, but she may be onto something. Parks decided to invest in alpacas and is reaping the benefits. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Mumbai Remains Under Alert

The siege of Mumbai has ended with the capture of the only known surviving gunmen and new threats to Mumbai's airports and highways. Celia Hatton reports.

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A New Leadership For America

President-elect Barack Obama unveiled his new national security team, including Sen. Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Chip Reid reports.

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U.S. Officially In Recession

The U.S. economy has been officially determined to be in a recession. Wall Street is clearly worried with the Dow plunging nearly 680 points Monday. Anthony Mason reports.

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Resisting the pressure to get hitched in Egypt

Men and women who are still unmarried in their mid-twenties in Egypt are often stigmatized. An encounter with a group of young adults who are tired of being told when to tie the knot.

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Give The Gift Of Reading

Cosmopolitan Magazine's John Searles stopped by "The Early Show" to present some top-selling books that can make the perfect gift this holiday season.

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Bocelli's Classic Love Songs

International superstar Andrea Bocelli sings classic love songs from his new album "Incanto" for The Early Show. Bocelli tells Harry Smith about the significance of the music.

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An Innkeeper In Trouble

The picturesque View Point Inn in Corbett, Ore., is a small business struggling to keep its doors open. Seth Doane speaks with the innkeeper whose dream job has turned into a daily struggle.

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A New Look At Tourette's

Best known for her role on the hit show "Everybody Loves Raymond," actress Patricia Heaton talks with Maggie Rodriguez about her new film "Front of the Class" which examines Tourette's syndrome.

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Global Markets Spiral Downward

Charles Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the drop in global markets after the Dow Jones' 700-point plunge.

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India Warned Of Mumbai Attacks

India's intelligence agency warned the government of Pakistan-based militants preparing an attack on Mumbai using boats to penetrate weak coastal defenses. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Automakers Return With A Plan

Heads of the Big 3 automakers will once again propose an auto industry bailout plan to Congress. As Thalia Assuras reports, plans will be more detailed this time around.

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'Chemical Ali' sentenced to death for Shiite crackdown

An Iraqi court on Tuesday condemned Saddam Hussein's notorious hatchet-man "Chemical Ali" Hassan al-Majid to death for war crimes over the crackdown of Shiites during their ill-fated 1991 uprising.

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Americans losing weight the Chinese way

Christmas is a time when people tend to gain weight. If you've had too much turkey, you could consider taking drastic measures to take inches off your waist. Three Americans have moved to China in an extreme attempt to shed huge amounts of weight at a fat reduction clinic.

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Court dissolves ruling party, bans PM from politics

Thailand's constitutional court on Tuesday banned Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat from politics for five years and dissolved the ruling party over a case of voting fraud.

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Fears of sectarian violence after Mumbai attacks

The Islamist militant attacks on Mumbai raise fears that India could see a sectarian backlash as Hindu and Muslim groups exploit mutual suspicion for political and religious ends.

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