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Monday, December 8, 2008

Daily Baggage

12.01.08 David Carr, The Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Daily Baggage

12.02.08 David Carr, The Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Daily Baggage

12.03.08 David Carr, The Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Daily Baggage

12.04.08 David Carr, The Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Blackwater Guards Charged

The Justice Department unsealed indictments against five Blackwater guards in a 2007 shooting in Baghdad that killed at least 17 Iraqi civilians.

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Filling Hillary's Spot

James Kotecki takes a look at five other New Yorkers that could fill the Senate seat Hillary Clinton would leave vacant if she is approved as Sec. of State.

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Obama's Striking Accomplishment

President-elect Barack Obama can already boast one striking accomplishment: persuading partisan, ideological adversaries to see him in a less partisan, less ideological light, reports John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC.

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Kiefer Sutherland on Jack Bauer

Kiefer Sutherland tells Sky News' Paul Harrison how much he loves the 24, the show, and how his character, Jack Bauer, constantly changes to keep the concept alive. Video courtesy of Sky News. (Dec. 8)

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Obama's Foreign-Policy Team

Watch the Journal Editorial Report Saturdays at 4:30pm ET on Fox News Channel.

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Industrial Strength From a Battery

Eyes on the Road columnist Joe White reports from the electric vehicle convention in Washington, on some battery powered industrial-size trucks. (Dec. 9)

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Obama Showing Concern About the Deficit

As the government looks to stimulate the economy, President-elect Barack Obama is sending signals that he's keeping an eye on the mounting deficit. WSJ's Jerry Seib explains. (Dec. 8)

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A Dour Year for Real Estate Market

It was a difficult year in real estate. And, as WSJ's Alex Frangos explains, it's unlikely to get any better as a looming crisis in commercial real estate is on the way. (Dec. 8)

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Critics' Picks- 'It's a Wonderful Life'

A. O. Scott reveals the dark undercurrents of the holiday classic.

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Scene from 'The Dark Knight'

Watch a scene from "The Dark Knight," starring Christian Bale and Michael Caine Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures. (Dec. 8)

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Greg Maddux Announces Retirement

Pitching great, Greg Maddux, announces he is walking away from the game of baseball. With more than 350 victories in over 23 seasons, Maddux is assured a spot in the Hall of Fame. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Dec. 8)

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Hacks to Keep You Organized

WSJ's Matthew Rivera reviews four life hacks designed to keep you organized. (Dec. 8)

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Recycling Industry Grapples With Slowing Demand

MarketWatch's Stacey Delo takes a trip to Norcal Waste Systems in San Francisco to talk about the steep decline in prices for recycled materials such as cardboard and aluminum. (Dec. 8)

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Obama's Foreign-Policy Team

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Burger King's 'Whopper Virgins' Ad

In this Burger King ad, "Whopper virgins" are given a taste-test against McDonald's Big Mac. Video courtesy of Burger King. (Dec. 8)

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What Went Wrong for Tribune Co.

WSJ's Heidi Moore talks with Adam Najberg about the ill-fated deal that brought Tribune Co. to the brink of brankruptcy. (Dec. 8)

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Third Party Supprt Group

James Kotecki hosts a support group for people who thought their third party candidate would actually win the Presidential election.

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Rioting in Greece Over Police Shooting

Residents of Athens took stock of the damage after a night of rioting there and in other nearby cities protesting the police shooting of a teenager. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 8)

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Market Rallies for Second Session

Barron's Mike Santoli notes the market has rallied for two days despite bad economic news, but some indicators that market has bottomed are still missing. (Dec. 8)

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks -- Financials Rise

Insurers helped lead financial stocks higher on Monday. Banks were not far behind as investors focused on the potential impact of a big stimulus to the economy planned by President-elect Barack Obama. (Dec. 8)

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Is Merrill CEO John Thain Worth $10 Million?

Does Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain deserve a multi-million dollar bonus? WSJ's Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark and Kelsey Hubbard discuss his bid for compensation amid huge losses and layoffs. (Dec. 8)

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Market Rally Continues

Barron's Bob O'Brien with the Stocks Today Video Report comments on today's strong market showing following Friday's unlikely 300 point gain. (Dec. 8)

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Europeans Revisit the Euro

People in Frankfurt, Paris and Milan talk to MarketWatch about whether their lives and economies have been changed by the adoption of the euro. (Dec. 8)

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Russian Orthodox Church Elects Metropolitan Kirill

The Russian Orthodox Church elects Metropolitan Kirill to stand in as Patriarch after the death of Alexiy II. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 8)

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Liberals unnerved by Obama moves

Politico's Nia-Malika Henderson talks the concern amongst some liberals who feel Obama's not showing them the change they voted for...

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A Turbulent Year for Money Funds

A look back at how money market funds performed in 2008. Peaking in the summer, money funds fell hard in September. And some did the unthinkable, breaking the buck. (Dec. 8)

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Kotecki- 12/08/08

Jefferson loses in Louisiana, Barack Obama won�t smoke up the White House, and Ed Rendell explains himself.

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Kotecki- 12/08/08

Jefferson loses in Louisiana, Barack Obama won�t smoke up the White House, and Ed Rendell explains himself.

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Kotecki- 12/08/08

Jefferson loses in Louisiana, Barack Obama won't smoke up the White House, and Ed Rendell explains himself.

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Oil Futures Stage Strong Rebound

Alaron Trading Vice President Phil Flynn discusses Monday's rally in oil prices and market expectations that the OPEC oil cartel might cut production at its Dec. 17 meeting. Polya Lesova reports. (Dec. 8)

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More Cuts in Corporate America

The parade of pink slips continues Monday, with word of job cuts at Dow Chemical, 3M and UBS. John Challenger of outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the bleak employment picture. (Dec. 8)

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Morning Roundup 12/8/08

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French Finance Minister Lagarde Sees Euro-Zone Expanding

French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, who shares a birthday with the euro, says the currency has defied its original critics and is likely to find more fans in the future.

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Week Ahead- GM's Wagoner on the Chopping Block

Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable and WSJ's David Gaffen discuss the likely bailout of the Big Three auto makers, plus the prospect of more gloomy retail sales. (Dec. 8)

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Euro-zone member Spain faces tough economy without devaluation option

Spain faces the hangover from its real-estate driven boom without the ability to devaluate its way to recovery.

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Memo to Mutual Funds- More Disclosure, Please

If mutual fund managers want us to stay the course and remain fully invested, then they should explain their strategy to us clearly. But MarketWatch's Chuck Jaffe thinks we're in for just more disappointment. (Dec. 8)

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Playback 12/8/08

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Ireland Pays a Price for 10 Years of Euro-Driven Boom

Ian Talbot, CEO of Chambers Ireland, tells MarketWatch reporter Simon Kennedy the euro has been a boon to the Irish economy, even though it's now caught in a severe real-estate crunch. (Dec. 8)

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The Amazing Race Winners

The Amazing Race million dollar winners Nick and Starr spoke to Harry Smith about their experience on the adventure show.

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The Oil Kingdom- Part One

Lesley Stahl meets with officials in Saudi Arabia and takes a tour of its vast petroleum facilities, which are gearing up to produce even more oil.

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China reacts to Dalai Lama's meeting with Sarkozy

China's state-controlled press warned that French President Nicolas Sarkozy's meeting with the Dalai Lama would impact on trade but Beijing did not announce any immediate action. Sarkozy met the Tibetan spiritual leader on Saturday in Poland, drawing a sharp rebuke from China, which said the meeting had undermined China's ties with France and Europe. Reaction from the streets of Beijing.

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Dalai Lama talks politics with AFPTV

The Dalai Lama told AFPTV he appreciates French President Nicolas Sarkozy�s concern about Tibet and also said that the free world has a moral responsibility to bring China into the mainstream of a world democracy.

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Spirit of the Wild West alive and well in East Thailand

Away from the political turmoil of Bangkok, residents of eastern Thailand celebrate the spirit of the Wild West at a lively cowboy festival.

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Small Businesses Suffering

The unemployment rate rose to 6.7% in November and nearly 80,000 of those who lost their jobs worked for small businesses. Michelle Miller has one man's story

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Big Three Waits For Bailout

The bailout of Detroit's Big Three is still not a sure thing and even if a rescue plan is ready it may not get enough votes to pass in the House. Randall Pinkston has more.

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44's Cabinet Takes Shape

In what has been a high-profile presidential transition, Barack Obama has tapped Eric Shinseki to head Veterans Affairs and blasted the executives of Detroit's Big Three. Dean Reynolds has more.

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Bletchley Park's Code Breakers

The buildings that housed the legendary code breakers of Bletchley Park, who spied on Germany through WWII, are rapidly decaying and in desperate need of restoration. Sheila MacVicar has more.

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Mugabe Feels The Heat

Zimbabwe's government admits there's a national emergency with nearly 12 million people living in poverty. Richard Roth reports on the growing calls for the resignation of President Robert Mugabe.

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Obama's Massive Jobs Plan

President-elect Obama's proposed economic recovery plan will create 2 1/2 million new jobs over the next 2 years, although the price tag for taxpayers could be $500 billion. Joel Brown has more.

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Keeping NFL Hearts Healthy

Players in the NFL are heavier than ever before and carry a deadly risk of heart disease. Russ Mitchell has more on some former players who are on a mission to raise awareness about the problem.

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Russia sees tough times for tycoons

In Russia, high-flyers like Evgeni Chichvarkin are learning just how quickly a credit crunch can take the economic rug out from under one's feet.

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Amnesty says crisis means dark picture ahead for human rights

The financial crisis means that it's a dark picture ahead for human rights according to Amnesty International.

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Robin Thicke's Sweetest Love

Robin Thicke stopped by "The Early Show" and performed his latest single, "The Sweetest Love" from his new album "Something Else."

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Praying For The Big Three

Led by Rev. Charles Ellis, Detroit's Greater Grace Temple church offered up prayers Sunday that Congress would bailout the struggling auto industry. The church's platform was flanked by hybrid models from GM, Ford and Chrysler.

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Chained Teen's Brother Talks

CBS News EXCLUSIVE: The case of a Calif. couple and a woman who held captive and tortured a teenage boy for a year is going to court. The brother of the teen spoke to Maggie Rodriguez.

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F-18 Crashes In Neighborhood

CBS News RAW: An F-18 military jet has crashed in a San Diego neighborhood. An FAA spokesman said the pilot was able to eject.

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The Gift Of Reading

Mrs. P, the librarian from MrsP.com, an online library devoted to inspiring children to read, shares the holiday season's best children's books with Erica Hill.

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Athens Protests Police Shooting

CBS News RAW: Protesters continue to clash with police in a third day of violent riots in Athens, Greece. The riots were sparked by the fatal police shooting of a 15-year-old.

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5 Blackwater Guards Indicted

U.S. prosecutors say private security guards in Iraq opened fire on unarmed civilians in Baghdad last year, killing at least 14 people. An indictment reveals evidence against five members of Blackwater.

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DOJ- Guards Fired at Unarmed

Justice Department officials explain the 35-count indictment of Blackwater security guards in Iraq. They charge the guards opened fire at unarmed civilians, including one man with his arms up in surrender.

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Brown assures no return to protectionism

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown assured Europeans that the financial crisis would not mean resorting to protectionism.

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French troops on the offensive in Afghanistan

The French military says a boost to troop numbers in Afghanistan is starting to have an impact after an attack in August in which 10 French soldiers were killed.

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Keeping A Healthy Brain

Blood flow in the brain can change depending on age and brain damage from drugs or stroke. Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Daniel G. Amen about what can increase blood flow throughout the brain.

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Holiday Tipping Guide

Etiquette expert Jodi R.R. Smith spoke to Harry Smith about holiday tipping during an economic recession.

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Eye Drug Lengthens Lashes

The glaucoma medication Lumigan has an attractive side effect: it makes eyelashes longer and thicker. Dr. Robert Cykiert explains.

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Iraqi Girl Bomber Disarmed

CBS News RAW: Iraqi bomb disposal technicians remove a suicide vest from 15-year-old Rania al Ambeki, who says she was tricked into wearing it.

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Boy Fights Off Coyote

A Colo. boy got the surprise of his life when he was bitten by a coyote while snowboarding with friends. The boy fended off the animal with his snowboard.

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Another Kennedy In Congress?

Speculation is swirling that Caroline Kennedy is interested in taking over New York Sen. Hillary Clinton's Senate seat. Priya David reports.

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The Oil Kingdom- Part Two

Lesley Stahl takes an inside look into the world of Saudi Aramco, the world leader in crude oil production and the country's sole source of wealth and power.

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60 Minutes, 12.07.08

A look inside Saudi Arabia's desert oil kingdom; the once-American-owned Saudi Aramco oil conglomerate; artist Julian Schnabel's place in the art world; and Andy Rooney's time machines.

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Renaissance Man

His painting took the art world by storm in the 1980s and then Julian Schnabel reinvented himself as a film director to more kudos. Morley Safer profiles this titan of art and film.

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Surviving A Layoff

With a little help, it is possible to survive being laid off. Stephanie AuWerter, Contributing Editor of SmartMoney.com, has some tips for getting through.

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Laid Off And Not Leaving

After being let go with three days notice, laid off Chicago factory workers refuse to leave and have staged a sit-in protest.

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Big 3 Bailout Imminent

Congress is working out the kinks on an auto industry bailout, but it may not be the $34 billion that the Big 3 requested. Thalia Assuras reports.

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