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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Daily Baggage

12.10.08 David Carr, the Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news. ...

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Illinois Scandal Overshadows Transition

President-elect Barack Obama wanted to talk about health care and the economy, but he also had to talk about the scandal surrounding Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich of Illinois, reports John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC.

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Satire- Is Christmas Too Big to Fail?

WSJ's Daniel Henninger on the upcoming winter Wonder Land bailout.

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Shadow Cast by Blagojevich Scandal

WSJ's Naftali Bendavid discusses the demoralizing effect of the scandal surrounding Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and the impact on the selection of President-Elect Barack Obama's replacement the U.S. Senate. (Dec. 11)

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Market Wrap- Bulls Prevail

Infrastructure and autos drive the ups and downs, but the bulls eventually win out on Wall Street. Stacey Delo reports. (Dec. 10)

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The Rise and Fall of Oil

In 2008, the value of crude-oil rose to nearly $150 a barrel, only to plummet to just over $40 a barrel. WSJ's Liam Denning talks about the year that was and the outlook for the commodity heading into '09. (Dec. 10)

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Obama's Challenge- Autos

The domestic auto industry has turned into a full-blown emergency for the president-elect. S&P's Robert Schulz lays out the struggles for MarketWatch's Stacey Delo. (Dec. 10)

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Should the U.K. Have Joined the Euro?

Brian Hilliard, chief U.K. economist of Societe Generale, explains why Britain is better off keeping its own currency. MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein reports.

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Reviewing Belkin's Switch-to-Mac Cable

WSJ's Katie Boehret reviews Belkin's Switch-to-Mac Cable, which is designed to help transfer data from a PC to a Mac. She says the cable transfers files logically, but has a few drawbacks.

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Jackson Jr- "I am not the target of this investigation"

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. says he did nothing wrong in pursuit of the vacant Illinios senate seat

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Pessimism in This Week's Market

Barron's Online Options Editor Steven Sears discusses the pessimism pervading this week's market following last week's euphoria as layoffs within the financial sector continue to mount. (Dec. 10)

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Burger King's 'Whopper Virgins' Ads Prompt Controversy

WSJ's Andrew LaVallee parses the controversy surrounding Burger King's new "Whopper Virgins" ad campaign. The ads feature taste tests with native peoples of foreign countries and pits the Whopper against McDonald's Big Mac. Critics say the ads are culturally insensitive.

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Jesse Jackson Jr. Responds

Jesse Jackson Jr. Responds

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Sen. Vitter- bailout "ass backwards"

Vitter on bailout

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Media spent more covering Obama

Politico's Ken Vogel talks about how much more the media spent covering Obama than McCain...

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Hot Stocks- Technology

Tech stocks gain overall after a Yahoo shareholder renews calls for a deal with Microsoft. But video-game publishers are being punished due to the slowing economy. MarketWatch's Dan Gallagher reports. (Dec. 10)

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Auto Rescue Bill Gains Momentum

Democrats and the White House tentatively agree on a deal that could deliver $15 billion in loans to U.S. auto makers. But not everyone is on board. Fox's Craig Boswell reports. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Recovering From Negative Reviews

A Web site can be a marketer's lifeline with its customers, but what happens when it's marred with negative reviews and comments? Bruce Weinberg, marketing professor at Bentley University, tells WSJ's Erin White how to address and recover from poor feedback.

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The Pitfalls of Judo Marketing

One way brands get attention in their advertising is by mentioning a bigger brand -- a strategy called "judo marketing." However, the marketing style has its risks. Ross Petty, professor at Babson College, gives three reasons for why businesses should be wary of the strategy. WSJ's Erin White reports.

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Kotecki- 12/10/08

Governor Rod Blagojevich is in a bleepin� mess, and Joe the Plumber was appalled by John McCain.

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Kotecki- 12/10/08

Governor Rod Blagojevich is in a bleepin' mess, and Joe the Plumber was appalled by John McCain.

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Morning Show Roundup 12/10/08

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Blagojevich Released, Obama Distances Himself

Rod Blagojevich's laywer says the Illinois governor denies any wrongdoing and has no immediate plans to resign. Blagojevich is accused of trying to sell President-elect Barack Obama's Senate seat. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Mike Allen on Obama and Blago

Politico's Mike Allen on Obama and Blago

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Barack Hussein Obama

Mike Allen on Obama using his middle name for swearing in

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Playback 12/10/08

Playback

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Notebook- Health Insurance

In 2008, nearly 3 million people in the U.S. lost their jobs and, subsequently, access to affordable health insurance. Katie Couric explains the options available for those in need of coverage.

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Obama "Saddened" By IL Gov.

President-elect Barack Obama responds to the arrest of Illinois Governor Blagojevich.

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Profile- Gov. Rod Blagojevich

With an approval rating of just 4 percent, Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich faces mounting criticism over the alleged "pay-for-play" scandal. Katie Couric chronicles the career of this politician.

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Public Office For Starbucks CEO?

Katie Couric asks Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz whether he would consider running for public office.

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GOP Wary Of Auto Bailout

Detroit's auto industry has faced setbacks in convincing opponents on Capitol Hill for a taxpayer bailout. As Bob Orr reports, Republicans are concerned with the rescue package's effectiveness.

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Crane Sinks In Texas Lake

Caught On Tape: A large crane collapsed in Lake Lewisville in Texas causing a worker to fall into the chilly waters.

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Vitter- Bailout is 'Backwards'

Senator David Vitter (R-LA) minces no words on the Senate floor when describing the auto bailout proposal.

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A new chapter in the war on drugs

The US Drug Enforcement Administration opens a new training center where agents learn to carry out drug busts on clandestine crystal meth labs.

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World's oldest filmmaker going strong at 100

Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira turns 100 on Friday. He's the world's oldest filmmaker and is determined to just keep doing what he loves most: shooting movies.

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Progress But No Deal

CBS News RAW: The White House says there has been "substantial progress" toward an agreement on the auto bailout. The $15 billion plan reportedly allows a "car czar" to demand money back if changes aren't met.

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Justice sought for victims of election violence

The commission set up to investigate human rights violations during Kenya's post-election crisis points the finger at several senior personalities in business and politics. Activists now want to see prosecutions.

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Bailout Agreement Awaits Vote

Congressional leaders hammered out a $15 billion auto industry bailout plan that will go up for a vote before Congress. As Thalia Assuras reports, lawmakers in Congress are split on the plan.

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F-18 Crash Victim Grieves

The father of the family killed after an F-18 plane crashed into their San Diego, Calif. home sobbed in grief during a press conference where he did not place blame on the pilot.

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Greeks hold parliament vigil for slain teen

Outside the Greek parliament violence gave way to peaceful demonstrations as people held a candle light vigil to denounce the slaying of a teenager by police last Saturday.

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Rags to riches in Shenzhen after 30 years of reforms

After 30 years of market reforms, Shenzhen in southern China is full of tales of rags to riches. While some workers have become millionaires, many still live in poverty.

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Art Basel Takes Over Miami

Thousands of people from around the world descended on South Beach in Miami the first week of December for the biggest art show in the Americas. Rock star artists flaunted everything from traditional painting to outrageous installations, and top collectors and curators checked out the best of contemporary art.

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Repairing the Eurotunnel

The rail tunnel linking Britain and France will reopen completely in February when work to repair damage from a massive fire earlier this year is complete, operator Eurotunnel said Wednesday. Eurotunnel chief executive Jacques Gounon said he was "totally confident" the tunnel would be fully back in service on February 15, after five months of delayed and less frequent services.

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Lebanon hotel boasts mega suite for super-rich

Grand Hills hotel in Lebanon boasts the largest suite in the world and attracts both super-rich and royals from far and wide. With rooms costing as much as 50,000 dollars a night, exclusivity is guaranteed.

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UN rights declaration turns 60

Born out of the trauma of World War II, the UN human rights declaration turns 60 this week in a world shaken by terrorism, relapsing into religious extremism and challenged by new powers like China.

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Fresh clashes erupt in Greece

There have been fresh clashes between several thousand protesters and security forces in Athens over the police slaying of a teenager last Saturday.

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Cookies Make Great Gifts

Homemade cookies are easy on your wallet and easy to make, according to Lucinda Scala Quinn from Martha Stewart Living. She shows Harry Smith a few recipes.

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James Franco's "Milk" Role

Actor James Franco spoke to Harry Smith about his new film, "Milk" and his role as Harvey Milk's (Sean Penn) love interest.

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Oprah's Weight Gain

Obesity expert Dr. Louis Aronne puts Oprah's weight ups and downs into perspective for everyday women. He talked to Julie Chen.

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Examining Explosives

Only On The Web: Thomas Hopen, forensic chemist with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, shows how he examines microscopic materials found in various explosive devices.

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