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Thursday, December 11, 2008

UrbanEye- The McGarrigle Christmas Hour

Melena Ryzik reports from the McGarrigle Christmas Hour at Carnegie Hall, an annual show featuring Rufus and Martha Wainwright.

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Obama Speaks at the Al Smith Dinner

Barack Obama at the Alfred E. Smith dinner in New York City.

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Excerpt- 'Crusoe'

Crusoe, NBC's new 13-part adaptation of Daniel Defoe's 18th century adventure novel, has its premiere on Oct. 17.

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McCain Speaks at the Al Smith Dinner

John McCain gives a humorous speech at the Alfred E. Smith dinner in New York City.

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Hospital Reaches Out to Its Community

Mount Sinai's nonprofit hospital in Chicago expands care while others cut back. WSJ's Barbara Martinez reports. (Dec. 11)

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GM, Chrysler Still Hoping for a Bailout

WSJ's John Stoll analyzes the latest news from Detroit, where GM and Chrysler hope a bailout package from Congress will keep them afloat. In their way? A stingy Senate. (Dec. 11)

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Former IBM CEO Gerstner on Obama

As part of the latest Viewpoints Executive Breakfast Series, WSJ's Alan Murray talks to former IBM CEO, Louis V. Gerstner Jr., about what he would like to see President-elect Barack Obama do. (Dec. 11)

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Women as Practical Peace Activists

A group of women are coming together to find creative solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Dow Jones Newswires' Shelly Banjo reports. (Dec. 11)

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Scene from 'The Reader'

Watch a scene from "The Reader", starring Kate Winslet and David Kross. Video courtesy of the Weinstein Company. (Dec. 11)

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Scene From 'The Wrestler'

See a clip for the movie "The Wrestler." Courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures (Dec. 11)

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Scene From 'Wendy and Lucy'

See a clip from the film "Wendy and Lucy." Video courtesy of Oscilloscope Pictures.

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Bank of America Swings Ax

News of job cuts at the financial giant bookended a trading day that finished with stocks decidedly in the red. Stacey Delo reports. (Dec. 11)

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How Former IBM CEO Gerstner Would Revamp Education

In this excerpt from the latest Viewpoints Executive Breakfast Series with WSJ's Alan Murray, IBM's former CEO, Louis V. Gerstner Jr., discusses how he would reform education in the U.S.

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Best Buy's 'Happy' Holiday Ad Campaign

Amid depressing economic and political news this holiday season, U.S. companies such as Best Buy are trying to add a spark of "happy" into their advertising. Courtesy Best Buy. (Dec. 11)

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Former IBM CEO Gerstner on the Auto Industry

IBM's former CEO, Louis V. Gerstner Jr., talks with WSJ's Alan Murray about how he believe the auto industry needs to be restructured, in this excerpt from the Wall Street Journal's Viewpoints Executive Breakfast Series.

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'Gran Torino'

See a clip from the film "Gran Torino." Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.

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Gaming For Health

Interactive video games are bringing fresh therapy and fitness approaches to players of all ages. MarketWatch's Kristen Gerencher looks at a program designed to help young cancer patients and one aimed at people with Parkinson's disease. (Dec. 11)

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Obama and Daschle on Reforming Health Care

President-elect Barack Obama and Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle discuss the need to reform America's health-care system. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Obama Appalled by Illinois Senate Scandal

President-elect Barack Obama issues statements in his first press conference since the arrest of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Obama takes questions on Blago

President-elect Barack Obama takes questions on the Daschle pick and Blagojevich...

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Economists- Worst Still to Come

WSJ's Phil Izzo talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the results of the latest survey showing economists believe the current recession will last into June 2009, making it the longest since the Great Depression.

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Pundits React- What's next?

Pundits React

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Obama responds to Blago

Blago repsonds to Blago

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MarketWatch's Hot Stocks- Energy

Energy stocks turn in their fifth straight day of gains, led by shares of producers and refiners, as oil prices continue to rally. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi reports. (Dec. 11)

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Obama picks Daschle for HHS

President-elect Obama announced his pick for Daschle as HHS.

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Morning Roundup 12/11/08

Roundup

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The Euro At 10- French Prices Rise

French reactions to the euro remain mixed, 10 years after its adoption, Tom Bemis reports. (Dec. 11)

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Kotecki- 12/11/08

Jesse Jackson Jr. says he didn�t do anything wrong, meet the new Energy Secretary, and Bobby Jindal kind of says he�s not running in 2012.

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Kotecki- 12/11/08

Jesse Jackson Jr. says he didn�t do anything wrong, meet the new Energy Secretary, and Bobby Jindal kind of says he�s not running in 2012.

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Kotecki- 12/11/08

Jesse Jackson Jr. says he didn't do anything wrong, meet the new Energy Secretary, and Bobby Jindal kind of says he's not running in 2012.

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Blagojevich Back at Work, Jesse Jackson Jr. Comments

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's returns to work one day after his arrest on corruption charges. He is accused of trying to sell President-elect Barack Obama's Senate seat. Plus, Jesse Jackson Jr. comments on his pursuit for the seat. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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The Movie 'Doubt'

See a clip from the movie "Doubt." Video courtesy of Miramax Films.

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Playback 12/11/08

Playback

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Softball - Dec. 10 - Blagojevich

James Kotecki and Daniel Libit discuss the case against Ill. Governor Rod Blagojevich and the implications of this trial.

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Softball - Dec. 10 - Blagojevich

James Kotecki and Daniel Libit discuss the case against Ill. Governor Rod Blagojevich and the implications of this trial.

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Softball - Dec. 10 - Blagojevich

James Kotecki and Daniel Libit discuss the case against Ill. Governor Rod Blagojevich and the implications of this trial.

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Automobiles- Auto Parts Supply Chain Struggles

As Washington fights over a plan to rescue Detroit's auto manufacturers, industry experts anticipate a third of auto parts suppliers may go out of business in the next 3 years.

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Jen And Owen's Puppy Flick

Only On The Web: Filmmaker David Frankel discusses his new pooch-infused film, "Marley & Me," which stars Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson as pet owners of a rambunctious canine.

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Fertility Drug Link To Cancer

A new study links fertility drugs that modulate hormones in women with increased risk of cancer but more study is needed, Dr. Holly Phillips tells Maggie Rodriguez.

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'Frost/Nixon' Has Surprises

Oscar-winning director Ron Howard talks to Harry Smith about the challenges and rewards of turning Broadway's "Frost/Nixon" into an engaging film for audiences.

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Wacky stories of 2008

A tour around the world looking back at the wild and wacky stories AFPTV covered during 2008.

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Traditional artists tough it on the Ivory Coast

Troops of traditional dancers are finding it difficult to tour the Ivory Coast as they used to. Political instability, tension between the north and the south and a lack of funding mean companies like the Guirivoires are fighting for survival.

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AIG 'Bonus' Outrage

AIG says it needs to make retention payments to certain employees for company value, but to Congress the cash looks like year-end bonuses, reports Priya David.

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Obama- Resign Blagojevich

President-elect Barack Obama, and 49 Senators are calling for Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich's resignation. As Dean Reynolds reports, Blagojevich is not stepping down.

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Wacky stories of 2008

A tour around the world looking back at the wild and wacky stories AFPTV covered during 2008.

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Maldives offer some of the ultimate in luxury tourism

While the global financial crisis continues to shake the world, the Maldives offer some of the ultimate in luxury tourism. A place for the planet's privileged to unwind in style.

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Donors, Bailouts & Politics

Republicans and Democrats got plenty of help this political year from their friends in big business and now they're looking for a bailout. Sharyl Attkisson follows the money.

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EU summit begins under cloud of dissent

Germany led a push to redraw an ambitious climate change package as EU leaders began a two day summit in Brussels on Thursday, amid growing fears the deal could unravel as Europe slides into recession.

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Greek unrest fuels pressure on government

Greece is bracing itself for fresh clashes, despite pleas from the government for calm and promises of compensation to the owners of businesses damaged during rioting.

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Creative Gifts On A Budget

Parenting expert Stacy DeBroff spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about how to get creative with gift giving and stay within budget.

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Golden Globe Nods Announced

The Golden Globe award nominations were announced and "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button," "Doubt" and "Frost/Nixon" led with five nominations each.

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Recession-Proof Products

Not all companies see a drop in sales during a recession, some product sales surge. As Jeff Glor reports, Americans are sticking to necessities and indulging in inexpensive sweets.

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From grime to green- Swedish city saved by environment

EU leaders begin two days of talks on a major climate change package Thursday. Malmoe, Sweden's third-largest city, faced bankruptcy, unemployment and misery less than a generation ago when heavy industry and shipbuilding died a slow death. But the city decided that it would rather take a leap into the 21st century than decline in agony, and made sustainable urban policies and care for the environment its ticket into the future. Today Malmoe is one of the greenest places on the planet.

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Smart Holiday Shopping Tips

Financial Advisor Ray Martin gave Maggie Rodriguez some tips for safe and smart shopping this holiday season.

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How To Stop Spreading Germs

Pediatrician Dr. Harley Rotbart gave Harry Smith some hand washing tips to stop the spread of germs and colds.

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Senate May Kill Auto Bailout

Critics of the auto bailout bill say they want more details on how taxpayer money will be spent, reports Maggie Rodriguez. She talks to Sen. David Vitter, R-La., about his objections to the bill.

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Greek protests continue

Greek youths and police faced a tense stand-off as the sun set on Tuesday as rallies continue over the police slaying of a teenager last weekend.

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Luxury shopping faces hard times

New York City is home to some of the fanciest places in the world: high class stores, top hotels, five-star restaurants. The economic turmoil is growing, and even the most exclusive spots are starting to feel it.

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MoneyWatch

The unemployment rate continues to increase dramatically throughout the U.S., as Wall Street continues to face further setbacks. Alexis Christoforous reports for today's "MoneyWatch."

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Heavyweights dominate Golden Globes nominees

Heavyweight movie stars took center stage on Thursday as Hollywood's awards season got underway with the unveiling of nominees for next month's Golden Globe Awards.

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France's Societe Generale boss cleared

A Paris court has acquitted Societe Generale and its chairman Daniel Bouton of running a multi-billion-euro laundering scheme between France and Israel.

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The Global Economic Impact

The failing U.S. economy this holiday shopping season is creating a global ripple effect from Britain to China. John Blackstone, Celia Hatton, and Richard Roth report.

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USC's Carroll A Team Player

Pete Carroll, USC football's head coach, has the highest winning percentage among active college coaches in the bowl program. "60 Minutes'" Byron Pitts talks more about him as a great guy.

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Second Wave Of Toxic Mortgages

A second wave of toxic mortgages is expected to hit the economy. 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley previews his upcoming report on the mortgages that could deepen the recession.

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