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Friday, December 5, 2008

Waiting for Asylum

Thousands request political asylum each year. For Njoya Hilary Tikum, the process meant 2 long years of waiting.

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Tech Companies Pursue 3D Technology

Paul Debevec, of the Institute for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California, demonstrates new 3D teleconferencing technology that creates a hologram effect. (Dec. 8)

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Tastings Gift Idea- A World-Wide Sampler

Tastings columnists Dottie Gaiter and John Brecher offer some gift-giving ideas for budget-conscious wine lovers. Their world-wide wine sampler spans wines from Idaho to Croatia. (Dec. 6)

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Mike Allen's Playbook

Mike Allen's Playbook 12/5

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Tracking the Life of a Graphic Designer

WSJ's Jamin Brophy-Warren interviews Nicholas Felton, a graphic designer who logs his daily activities and publishes a personal annual report on his findings. (Dec. 5)

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Appointment-Only Shopping at Boucheron New York

French luxury jeweler, Boucheron, is looking to expand in the U.S., adding a private showroom in New York. WSJ's Elva Ramirez reports. (Dec. 5)

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Tiffany's And Zale Feeling the Pinch

As America's collective net worth has cratered along with the economy, spending on diamonds and other jewelry is taking a big hit. Tiffany's and Zale have fallen harder than most this year. (Dec. 5)

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Game On For Electronic Arts' Shares

The company's bundle of cash and a renewed commitment to making original video games, make its stock an attractive turn-around play. (Dec. 5)

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Hot or Not - Dec. 5th

Kotecki's weekly rundwon of the hottest and not-est of this week in politics.

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Market News Outlook for Week Ahead

Hedge funds will settle accounts and investors will get fresh readings on retail sales and consumer sentiment in the coming week. MarketWatch's Stacey Delo sets the table for the news ahead. (Dec. 5)

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The Week Ahead In Europe

Results from Inditex, which owns clothing retailer Zara, and a strategic review from Alcatel Lucent, will headline a relatively quiet week in Europe. Also expected are the results of Germany's ZEW economic sentiment survey. (Dec. 5)

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November Retail Sales Slump

Overall holiday retail sales are tanking, but amid the gloom there was one bright spot as sales over the Internet spiked. (Dec. 5)

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Violin Virtuoso- Anna Lee

At the WSJ. Magazine cover shoot, 13-year-old violinist Anna Lee talks about her gift for music. (Dec. 5)

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Jam Session- Buddy Miller

Buddy Miller, with his 1958 Wandre guitar, plays a song from his upcoming album. Video from WSJ. Magazine. (Dec. 5)

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Thai's Put Politics on Pause

The Thai people put their political beliefs on the back burner, momentarily, for ailing king's birthday. Courtesy Reuters. (Dec. 5)

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Mafia's Grip Heightens in Italy

Mafia organisations are using the economic downturn to their advantage by helping troubled 'clean' companies, and using them to recycle dirty money. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 5)

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Joblessness at 15-Year High

The U.S. lost 533,000 jobs in November, pushing the jobless rate to 6.7%, its highest level in 15 years. MarketWatch's Stacey Delo speaks with PNC Financial's chief economist Stuart Hoffman about the latest employment numbers. (Dec. 5)

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Kotecki- 12/05/08

More RNC spending for Sarah Palin, Ted Stevens not really the jail type, and an Obama speechwriter gets very close with the Hillary.

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Kotecki- 12/05/08

More RNC spending for Sarah Palin, Ted Stevens not really the jail type, and an Obama speechwriter gets very close with the Hillary.

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Look Ahead in Asia- China Will Survive Downturn

Edward Mullen, chief executive of mainland China's first hedge fund Emperor Investment Management, tells Michael Kitchen that Chinese domestic demand will offset the slump in exports. (Dec. 5)

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More Job Cuts Equals a Rougher Economy

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about how the rising unemployment rate is currently affecting the market and what the fallout will be in the coming months. (Dec. 5)

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Energy Shares Drop

Shares in energy companies fell on Friday after the U.S. government reported that the economy lost 533,000 jobs in November, more than expected. The unemployment rate rose to 6.7%. (Dec. 5)

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Bush on the economy

President Bush makes a statement on the economy outside of the White House...

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Kate Beckinsale's D.C. premiere of "Nothing But the Truth"

Actress Kate Beckinsale at Capitol File Magazine's screening of "Nothing But the Truth" in Washington D.C.

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Kate Beckinsale's D.C. premiere of "Nothing But the Truth"

Actress Kate Beckinsale at Capitol File Magazine's screening of "Nothing But the Truth" in Washington D.C.

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Morning Roundup 12/5/08

Roundup

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Gloom Hangs Over Big Three

The Big Three auto makers are back in front of Congress Friday explaining why they need $34 billion in taxpayer money. Courtesy of Fox News. (Dec. 5)

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Week on Wall Street- It's Raining Job Cuts

Market Beat Blogger David Gaffen and Simon Constable of Dow Jones discuss the new payroll report after a week of monster downsizing. (Dec. 4)

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Playback 12/5/08

Playback

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Chris Matthews for Senate?

Jon Friedman urges Chris Matthews to run for Senate. If for no other reason than to give media and political writers something entertaining to write about again. (Dec. 4)

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'The Purpose Of Christmas'

Pastor Rick Warren has sold over 30 million copies of his book "The Purpose Driven Life." Now, Warren talks with Harry Smith about his latest book, "The Purpose of Christmas."

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Weddings On The Cheap

By renting your wedding dress and jewelry or displaying a fake cake you could save thousands on your big day. And, as Susan Koeppen explains, no one would be the wiser.

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Entertaining Made Easy

One way to eliminate the stress of entertaining guests for dinner is to make the meal ahead of time. Food expert Chris Kimball shows Maggie Rodriguez the tricks of the trade.

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Gadgets For Guys

Check out Polaroid's latest photo printer, a watch that tells time while displaying photographs and a high-tech bowling game. Guys.com's David Gregg talks to Harry Smith about cool gadgets for guys.

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The Key To Happiness

New research shows that happiness can be contagious and suggests that if you need an emotional lift hang out with happy people. Maggie Rodriguez talks with psychologist Jennifer Harstein.

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A 9-Year-Old's Love Advice

At age 9, Alec Greven has seen enough of the relations between men and women to write a book,"How To Talk To Girls." He shares his advice with Harry Smith.

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Karaoke At The Airport?

Houston's airport is helping travelers alleviate some of their holiday baggage by providing karaoke, if they dare. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Auto Bailout Pros And Cons

Support for the multibillion dollar auto bailout has been thin according to the polls and sentiment in Congress. Chrysler's president and Sen. Richard Shelby discuss their positions on the bailout.

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Sharon Little's Big Sound

At the beginning of the year, Sharon Little was waiting tables in Philadelphia. Then she got a record deal and went on a nationwide tour. Little performs "Follow That Sound" for The Early Show.

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Kids Helping Kids In Need

For every letter to Santa that Macy's receives, the company will donate $1 to the Make A Wish Foundation, up to $1 million. Macy's Martine Reardon explains how to help.

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Are Hybrids The Future?

Auto executives arrived for hearings on Capitol Hill in hybrid cars, symbolizing what they say is their commitment to developing better technology. But will consumers buy it? Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Rowling's Latest Enchantment

J.K. Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter, has not lost her magic touch when it comes to generating big excitement over her latest books. Richard Roth reports.

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'Bailout Not Enough'

Anthony Mason speaks with Kevin Tynan from Argus Research, who says that the proposed multibillion dollar bailout of the Big Three will not solve Detroit's woes.

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Dealers Fear GM Model Cuts

The General Motors plan to trim the types of cars it makes could be devastating for one Pontiac dealer and his sales force.

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Sentencing Day For O.J.

O.J. Simpson will be sentenced after being found guilty on 12 counts of kidnapping and armed robbery. John Blackstone reports on how long O.J. could be behind bars.

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O.J's Emotional Plea

CBS New RAW: Before being sentenced on kidnapping and armed robbery charges, a visibly emotional O.J. Simpson apologized to the court for his actions.

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U.S Unemployment On The Rise

The U.S. has already lost 1.2 million jobs this year and, as Jeff Glor reports, the unemployment rate is on the rise.

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The Hero Nanny Of Mumbai

The heroic actions of a nanny saved the life of a 2-year-old child whose parents were killed by terrorists in Mumbai. In a CBS exclusive, Sheila MacVicar reports on her incredible story.

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O.J. Simpson's Sentence

CBS News RAW: O.J. Simpson has been sentenced to time in prison for hotel armed robbery.

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Bush Concerned About Automakers

President Bush said he is concerned about spending US taxpayers money to bail out auto companies who "may not survive" yet urged Congress to "act next week" in redirecting financial support their way.

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Mumbai Siege- Amazing Escape

The nanny who saved a toddler from the Jewish center siege talks to CBS News. Now safe with the baby's uncle, the founder of Israel?s largest orphanage. To help Moshe, go to: www.chabadindia.org.

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Notebook- 70's Redux

In a revisit of years past, the U.S. is reporting its biggest job losses since 1974 with nearly half a million people out of work in November alone. Katie Couric has more.

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Hopes for Ghana's presidential poll to pass peacefully

People in Ghana vote for a new president this weekend. The polling is expected to be violence and fraud free in a country where democracy is very much perceived to be linked to recent economic progress.

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Diamond thieves pull off 100-million-dollar Paris heist

Armed robbers pulled off one of the world's biggest jewellery heists at a famed Paris store Thursday evening, making off with diamonds and valuables worth 80 million euros (102 million dollars).

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Ukrainian president says relations with Moscow more complicated

Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko told AFPTV that his country's relationship with Moscow has become more complicated since what he called 'events in the southern Caucasus'.

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Indian tourism hit by attacks

Mumbai's tourism heads are urging foreigners not to give up on the city after coordinated terrorist strikes left nearly 200 people dead last week.

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Plastic gets a bad wrap in San Francisco

Beijing and Toronto are two of the latest cities to pass legislation restricting or banning the use of plastic bags. The global trend started in the environmentally progressive city of San Francisco more than a year ago. How is the ban working?

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Escaping the evil eye in Egypt

For many Egyptians, amulets and charms are part of daily life to keep the evil eye at bay. Be they rich or poor, for them superstition is universal and few fear anything more than angering the evil spirits.

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Thai tourism nosedives amid unrest

The crippling anti-government protests that brought both of Bangkok's airports to a halt for one week will have a devastating affect on Thailand's crucial tourism industry.

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Notebook- College Expenses

Only one state, California, passed the test for college affordability, says a recent study. Katie Couric calls that bad news for progress.

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Eye To Eye- Chrysler's CEO

Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli talks with Katie Couric about the latest attempt by the Big Three to secure a $34 billion auto bailout plan.

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Even The Rich Need A Loan

During these tough economic times, even the rich are in a crunch. Ben Tracy reports how many affluent people are putting up their valuables as collateral for a loan.

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Russians Cut Back On Vodka

Vodka consumption and production have been hit hard as the global economy crisis is realized in Russia. Alexei Kuznetzov reports.

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Saturn's Spiraling Setbacks

As GM continues to face massive financial turmoil, some auto analysts predict that the company must soon sell off its Saturn division. As Anthony Mason reports, this is easier said than done.

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Mystery Online Doctor Ratings

Medical insurance companies often rank the quality of doctors for patients to view on the internet. But it remains unclear how the ratings are determined. Dr. Sanjay Gupta investigates.

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Inside LBJ's Private Calls

The final series of recordings of former President Lyndon Baines Johnson's telephone conversations have been released to the public. CBS News White House correspondent Bill Plante reports.

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Will $34 Billion Be Enough?

The CEOs of Detroit's Big Three automakers returned to Capitol Hill in an effort to get an emergency $34 billion from Congress. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, this bailout may not be enough.

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Brody & Wright 'Rock' New Film

Only On The Web: Adrien Brody and Jeffrey Wright discuss their new film with Beyonce Knowles, "Cadillac Records," a chronicle of the rise of music legends such as Chuck Berry and Etta James.

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Prison Time For O.J

Former NFL star O.J. Simpson, acquitted of murder charges in the 1990s, will spend time in a Las Vegas prison for kidnapping and armed robbery convictions. CBS News' Manuel Gallegus report from Nev.

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Goldman Family Reacts

The family of Ron Goldman who was murdered with Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994 reacted to OJ Simpson's sentencing in Las Vegas on armed robbery and kidnapping charges

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