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Thursday, December 4, 2008

UrbanEye- Alvin Ailey Gala

Melena Ryzik reports from the 50th anniversary benefit gala for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

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Barbie Comes Out on Top in Bratz Battle

A federal judge hands control of MGA Entertainment's Bratz franchise over to Mattel, the maker of Barbie. It's a crushing blow for MGA, which is deeply dependent on Bratz. WSJ's Nicholas Casey reports.

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The Big Three Back on Capitol Hill

Detroit's Big Three auto makers appear before Congress for a second time to request a bailout for their struggling companies. Dow Jones Newswires Sharon Terlep and WSJ's Neil Boudette provide a recap, including talk about a possible General Motors Corp.-Chrysler LLC merger.

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What Auto Execs Can Buy For a Dollar

Simon Constable offers some helpful suggestions on what the Big Three auto makers' CEOs could afford on their annual $1 salaries.

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National tree lighting

President Bush lights the national tree

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Second Careers, with Purpose

At an age when most people plan their first retirement cruise, 63-year-old Arlene Blum works to reduce toxic chemicals in consumer products. Blum, formerly a professional mountain climber, is one of six winners of a $100,000 prize for people 60-and-older who take on a second career that benefits society.

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Hearing Roundup

Hearing roundup

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The Movie 'Che'

See a clip from the movie "Che." Video courtesy of IFC Films.

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Grim Outlook For Jobs Market

MarketWatch economists forecast an increasingly tough job market in the coming months and year. Some see the unemployment rate ticking up to 6.8% from 6.5%. Stacey Delo reports.

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Screen Test- Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes speaks about what it's like to grow up in the spotlight and her desire to kick some butt.

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'I Can Tell the World'

The Spirituals Project, a Denver-based nonprofit, aims to nurture African-American students by connecting them with the rhythms of their pasts, as shown in this segment from the documentary "I Can Tell the World." (Dec. 4)

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The Expat Life- Dumpling 101

Before WSJ's Alan Paul leaves China, he gets a lesson on how to make dumplings. Watch as he attempts to mimic his Chinese cook's technique.

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Softball - Dec. 4 - Minn. Sen. Race

James Kotecki sits down with Daniel Libit to discuss the still ongoing Minnesota Seante Race.

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Softball - Dec. 4 - Minn. Sen. Race

James Kotecki sits down with Daniel Libit to discuss the still ongoing Minnesota Seante Race.

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Mumbai Business Community Incensed After Attacks

Last week's terror attacks rocked the Mumbai business community. WSJ's Niraj Sheth speaks with various CEOs in India about how they are taking action to ensure Mumbai is both safe and business-friendly.

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Boom Times for Legal Outsourcing

Bankruptcy, litigation and distressed real estate have spawned a wealth of business opportunities for legal-outsource firms during the financial crisis. Abhi Shah, CEO of the Clutch Group, is interviewed by MarketWatch's Polya Lesova. (Dec. 4)

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Dodd's closing statement

Dodd's closing statement

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Scene from 'Cadillac Records'

See a clip from the movie, "Cadillac Records." Courtesy Columbia Pictures. (Dec. 4)

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WSJ Cafe- Ani DiFranco Performs 'Present/Infant'

At the WSJ Cafe, singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco performs "Present/Infant" from her new album "Red Letter Year."

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WSJ Cafe- Ani DiFranco Performs 'November 4th, 2008'

At the WSJ Cafe, singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco performs "November 4th, 2008."

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WSJ Cafe- Ani DiFranco's Red-Letter Year

At the WSJ Cafe, singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco discusses how recent events in her life led her to title her latest album "Red Letter Year." Plus, she tells WSJ's Chris Farley how the economic crisis is affecting her company "Righteous Babe Records" and how she is coping.

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Protest

Protest

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Ford Submits Business Plan to Congress

WSJ's Matthew Dolan discusses his conversation with Ford CEO Alan Mulally about how the Detroit auto maker plans to present its viability before Congress. (Dec. 4)

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Hope Flies for Airlines

Don Hodges, co-portfolio manager of the Dallas-based Hodges Fund, speaks with Christopher Hinton about the future of major U.S. airlines. (Dec. 4)

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Did you carpool?

Did you carpool?

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Zandi and Shelby

Zandi and Shelby

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Have senators made up their minds?

Have senators made up their minds?

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KoteckiTV- 12/04/08

Hillary Clinton might do something unconstitutional, Obama gets hung up on, and a little song about Ron Paul.

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KoteckiTV- 12/04/08

Hillary Clinton might do something unconstitutional, Obama gets hung up on, and a little song about Ron Paul.

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Dodd's opening statement

Dodd's opening statement

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Are We Near The Bottom Yet?

Barron's Steve Sears talks about the recent announcement that we are officially in a recession, and speculates if we are now or will be seeing a bottom. (Dec. 4)

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Morning Roundup 12/4/08

Roundup 12/4/08

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Top automaker returns to Hill

Top automaker returns to Hill

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Cholera Outbreak in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean refugees have fled to South Africa looking to escape the cholera outbreak and seek aid. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 4)

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Rockefeller Center Tree lighting

For many Americans, it's the kickoff to the holiday season - the lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree in New York City. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 4)

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Skating on Red Square

For the third year in a row Russians enjoy a skating rink at Moscow's Red Square. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 4)

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Playback 12/4/08

Playback

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Falling Mortgage Rates

Potential buyers got some extra motivation on Tuesday when mortgage interest rates dropped another half percent. Priya David reports.

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Automakers Ready To Deal

Automakers pitched bailout plans to Congress along with proposed concessions that include closing dealerships and cutting employee benefits. Dean Reynolds reports.

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The Perfect Gadgets For Her

CNET's Natali del Conte talks with Harry Smith about which technical gadgets are perfect for women this holiday season; including the Zune, Storm and Peek.

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Online Medical Traps

Barrie Cassileth, PhD., chief of integrative medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center, stresses the importance of trusting your physician above bogus, even risky, health information online.

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Big Three's D.C. Connection

The jury's still out on whether Congress will give the Big Three a bailout, but their political connections in Washington might give them the clout they need. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Making Xmas Family Business

The Serrao family has been selling Christmas trees for over 50 years and, even in tough economic times, business is still booming. Sandra Hughes has more.

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A Tale Of Two Factories

An Ala. Hyundai plant is seeing success during tough economic times for the auto industry, while employees at a GM plant in Detroit are on pins and needles. Mark Strassmann reports.

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'Don't Delay Cancer Treatment'

A new study form the Weill Cornell Medical College suggests that elderly women have a higher chance of reoccurring breast cancer when delaying post-surgical radiation. CBS News' Karen Brown reports.

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Origins Of Mumbai Attacks

The origins of the attacks in Mumbai can be traced to Pakistan-based training camps run by the terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba. Their objective is global jihad. Bob Orr reports.

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Auto Union Offers Concessions

In an effort to keep their employers in business, the United Auto Workers Union has made unavoidable concessions to their contract. Dean Reynolds has more.

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Giving Up College Dreams

For many middle class families, the price of enrolling their children in college is becoming too expensive to afford. Kelly Wallace has more on the question of affordability.

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Using A P.C. Instead Of M.D.

For many Americans, the convenience of consulting a computer over a licensed physician can be tempting, but are you getting quality medical advice? Dr. Jon LaPook has more.

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Inauguration Construction Begins

CBS News toured the construction grounds where workers have made progress on building the Inaugural platform on the Capitol's West Front Lawn.

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Divided Voters in Columbus

At a polling station in suburban Columbus, voters in this battleground state talk about who they're supporting in the 2008 election.

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Reflecting on an Epic Election

The reporters Matt Bai and Michael Cooper look back over the landscape of a long and fascinating race to the presidency.

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A Moment In Time, Upon Reflection

At Eagle Academy, a Brooklyn charter school for predominantly African American boys, teachers and sixth-grade students discuss the personal impact of Barack Obama's historic win.

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Election Reaction

Republicans in the outskirts of Richmond participated in Tuesday's vote and discussed the outcome. For the first time since 1964, Virginia voted for a Democratic president.

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Global View- Obama's Victory

The IHT's managing editor discusses international reactions to Barack Obama's historic victory.

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Level of White Support for Obama

John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC reports the first black major party presidential nominee, trails among whites by less than Democratic nominees normally do

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John Harwood on the Obama Economic Team

President-elect Barack Obama began a more active phase in his transition as he introduced his economic team on Monday, John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC reports.

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The Foreign Policy Challenge

David Shipley, the deputy editorial page editor of The Times, and the Op-Ed columnist Nicholas D. Kristof consider the road ahead for foreign affairs.

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Meeting of Republican Minds

Michael Cooper of The New York Times rounds up the Republican Governors Association meeting in Miami, where the party's future, including Sarah Palin, talked of political recovery.

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Auto Execs Arrive in Style

The CEOs of Ford, Chrysler and GM drove to today's Senate hearing in their companies' latest hybrid models. Ford's Rick Wagoner and Robert Nardelli of Chrysler spoke to CBS cameras.

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Circus skills on the up in France

In these times of economic turmoil, aspiring artists hope the circus ring will give them both a profession and a sense of fulfilment. AFP goes behind the scenes with acrobats at the national centre of circus skills in France's Champagne region.

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Sarkozy unveils 26-billion-euro stimulus plan for France

President Nicolas Sarkozy unveiled a 26-billion-euro stimulus plan on Thursday to help France resist the global slowdown with massive state investment and aid for the struggling car industry.

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European central banks slash interest rates to tackle recession

The European Central Bank cut the cost of borrowing in the 15-nation eurozone by a record 0.75 percentage points to 2.50 percent as the eurozone faced its first recession.

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Cooking Under Pressure

Famed New York Chef Thomas Keller showed Harry Smith a new French cooking method in which food is shrink wrapped then boiled.

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A Moral Life In A Modern World

Father Thomas Williams spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about how to live a moral life and figuring out right from wrong in a modern world.

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Hidden Treasures At Home

Many Americans may have some antiques hidden in their home that may be worth a surprising amount.

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Perfect Gifts For Athletes

Outside magazine's Mike Roberts showed Harry Smith some great gift ideas for athletes or anyone interested in getting into sports.

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Helping Wounded Warriors

Jeremy Weissmiller is a disabled veteran who received a big surprise when volunteers stepped in to make his home more accessible. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Dalai Lama welcomed by European Parliament

Tibet's spiritual leader the Dalai Leader was welcomed by the European Parliament. He told MEPs that China lacks the moral authority, including over the question of Tibet, to be a true superpower.

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Zoo May Give Knut The Boot

Knut the polar bear that captivated millions as a playful cub has become unruly and may be evicted from the Berlin Zoo. As Richard Roth reports, the zoo says it is in Knut's best interest.

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Pa. Gov. Puts Foot In Mouth

Gov. Edward Rendell spoke openly about Obama cabinet pick Gov. Janet Napolitano, saying she "has no life." His controversial comments were picked up by a nearby mic.

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New Moms Get Back In Shape

Female boxer Laila Ali stopped by "The Early Show" to give new moms tips for losing baby weight.

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Family Struck By Silent Killer

One family recounts how carbon monoxide poisoning took the lives of two of their three sons in a single night. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Jonas Bros. First Grammy Nod

The Jonas Brothers were honored after receiving their first Grammy award nomination. They tell Julie Chen what happened after they heard the news and which musicians they ran into.

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Auto Bailout Looks Like A Bust

Heads of the Big 3 automakers pleaded their case for a bailout but as Thalia Assuras reports, Congress was not very convinced.

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Hispanics Look To Obama

After President-elect Barack Obama announced the selection of Hispanic New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson into his cabinet, many Latinos are calling for more diversity. Chip Reid reports.

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China tries to speed up economy with massive railway project

Chinese authorities plan to invest 300 billion dollars to improve the railway infrastructure over the next two years, hoping to stimulate growth across the nation.

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Portugal embraces renewable energy

In the past three years Portugal has seen a 500 percent increase in the use of renewable energies, including wind and the world's largest solar and ocean wave power systems.

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Flights resume at Bangkok airport after protest

Airlines gradually resume international and domestic flights to and from Bangkok's main airport after protesters ended a week-long blockade.

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Harry Potter author makes a comeback

The first book since the conclusion of the Harry Potter saga is sure to be a Christmas bestseller. Author J. K. Rowling unveils her latest offering from the Hogwarts franchise �The Tales of Beedle the Bard� at Scotland�s national library.

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