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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Iraqis on Bush, Obama and a Shoe

On the streets of Baghdad, where hitting someone with a shoe is strong cultural offense, the incident was taken more seriously than in the U.S.

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Obama Announces Salazar and Vilsack

Barack Obama nominated Ken Salazar, junior senator from Colorado, as his Interior Secretary and Tom Vilsack, former governor of Iowa, as his Agriculture Secretary.

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The New Yorker- Caroline Kennedy

The Times's Sam Roberts recounts the life of Caroline Kennedy, including when she worked for him as a young woman in New York, and discusses her bid for the Senate seat being vacated by Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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Apple's Last Macworld

Apple stuns investors and tech industry by announcing January's Macworld Expo will be its last and that VP Phil Schiller will replace CEO Steve Jobs as the event's keynote speaker. (Dec. 16)

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Survey- Americans Would Buy From Bankrupt Auto Makers

WSJ's John Stoll sits with Matt Dolan and explains how a survey shows Americans are willing to buy cars from bankrupt auto makers.

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Illinois Committe Considers Impeaching Blagojevich

A bipartisan committee of Illinois lawmakers discuss the possible impeachment of Gov. Rod Blagojevich. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Interpreting the Fed's Latest Moves

WSJ's Phil Izzo talks with Simon Constable about the Fed's latest moves and the impact of its statements regarding ongoing low interest rates and what it means for consumers.

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Vanilla Meringues

Mark Bittman makes a light, colorful holiday dessert.

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Cooked Books Found at Madoff Firm

WSJ's Amir Efrati gives Simon Constable the latest scoop on the estimated $50 billion Bernie Madoff investment swindle. Plus, he details the bizarre options-trading strategy at the firm.

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Genentech Looks Good All On its Own

Shares of the biotech giant are poised to recover even without a complete takeover by Roche. (Dec. 16)

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Caroline Kennedy Looking to Senate Seat

Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of President John F. Kennedy, is finally poised to enter politics. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Shows, Slots & Shots

Firing various kinds of guns is becoming an increasingly popular activity for tourists in Sin City. MarketWatch's William Spain reports. (Dec. 16)

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Fed Gives Investors Confidence

Economist Stuart Hoffman at PNC Financial Services says the Federal Reserve's broadened attack to revive lending is likely to help to economy get back on track, but he said the Fed can't act alone. Interview with MarketWatch's Stacey Delo. (Dec. 16)

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Obama Names Chicago Schools Chief to Cabinet

Arne Duncan, the head of Chicago schools, will be the next education secretary. Mr. Duncan is known as a "reformer" who has taken on unions. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Madoff's Alleged Victims Still Stunned

Video surfaces showing Bernard Madoff discussing secure investing, even as victims are left reeling from the money manager's alleged Ponzi scheme. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Kraft's Chinese Oreo Cookie Makeover

After lackluster sales in the world's most populous country, Kraft Foods gives its iconic cookie a makeover. See how Kraft is tailoring Oreo cookies to Chinese consumers. WSJ's Julie Jargon reports. (May 1)

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Caroline Kennedy wants the Senate job, Obama kind of wins again, and the shoes keep coming.

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Holiday Tipping in a Tough Economy

What kind of tips are expected in these difficult economic times? Peter Post, great-grandson of Emily Post, talks to Kelsey Hubbard about proper tipping etiquette, and other New Yorkers weigh in. (Dec. 16)

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Investors Await Fed Interest-Rate Cut

Investors are eagerly awaiting an interest-rate cut from the Fed as the auto bailout debate continues. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Hybrids Take to Water

The newest vessel on the fleet to historic Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay uses 75% less fuel, because it's a hybrid. MarketWatch's Stacey Delo reports. (Dec. 16)

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Goldman Sachs Dogged by Losses

Deal Journal lead writer Heidi Moore explains to Dow Jones Newswires columnist Simon Constable how the ever-profitable investment bank made some bad bets.

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Gov. Blagojevich Maintains Innocence

While Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich isn't ready to address corruption charges, he maintains he's done nothing wrong. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Obama Names Energy and Environmental Team

President-elect Barack Obama hopes to revive the economy by creating "green" jobs and boosting renewable energy to reduce the dependence on foreign oil. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Not a Perfect Storm

Barron's Jay Palmer with his Gadget of the Week video takes a look at the new Blackberry Storm smartphone. Wait for iPhone 3 or Storm 2, both coming in 2009. (Dec. 16)

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Show Time at the Convention Center

Gaylord Entertainment looks deeply undervalued. The company has an enviable franchise, and its stock looks due for a big rebound. (Dec. 16)

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Blagojevich Resists Resigning

Almost a week after his arrest, Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich has kept a low-profile and is still resisting overwhelming calls for his resignation. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Bush Shrugs Off Shoe Attack

An Iraqi reporter threw his shoes at the president to mar Bush's last visit to Iraq and Afghanistan, reports Richard Roth.

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First Step To Impeach Blago

President-elect Obama's transition team says it has reviewed all staff contact with Ill. Gov. Blagojevich and found no wrongdoing. Meanwhile the first step toward impeaching the governor has been taken. Liane Jackson reports.

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Sin City Snow Storm

Sub-zero temperatures hit many areas while snow blows through Las Vegas while spring-like weather warms New York, reports Dave Price.

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Blagojevich Readies For Fight

A high-powered Chicago lawyer says the embattled Ill. Gov. has done nothing wrong as federal prosecutors investigate, reports Tara Mergener. Bob Schieffer adds commentary.

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Sarkozy to EU Parliament- "Europe changed me"

French President Nicolas Sarkozy spoke to European MPs in Brussels on Tuesday, wrapping up a six-month EU presidency marked by a series of crises.

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Corporate lessons around the kitchen table

If ever there was a need for corporate survival training now is the time. You may have heard of training courses which hone management skills out in the wild, but in France, a gentler way of instilling team spirit is catching on.

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Paintings hold secrets of traditional Tibetan medicine

Tibetan artists living in exile in India are working meticulously to reproduce ancient paintings holding the secrets of traditional Tibetan medicine.

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Is Hollywood Recession Proof?

With the U.S. economy in tatters, Hollywood seems to be recession-resistant, with ticket sales up 9% from this time period last year. CBS News spoke with some of Tinsel Town's heaviest hitters.

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A mysterious underworld makes waves on the internet

The seven wonders of the world are the must sees on any tourist's list. Well now there's the seven natural wonders of the world and it's an internet vote which will decide who joins this exclusive club. Lebanon's Jeita Grotto hopes to make the cut.

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Bagdhad's park turned graveyard

In Baghdad a once beautiful park has turned into a testament to the horrors of the war in Iraq. A graveyard filled in the past three years with 6000 victims of sectarian violence.

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Gang Slayings Soar In Mexico

Warning: Graphic Content. Mexicans have seen almost 5,400 gang slayings this year, 1,200 more than all the U.S. military casualties in 5 years of war in Iraq. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Cops- 1981 Walsh Murder Solved

After 27 years, John and Reva Walsh learned who murdered their 6-year-old son, Adam. Police say pedophile Otis Toole committed the crime and died in prison 12 years ago. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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A Wife's Solitude

Only On The Web: She lives a life of constant fear and has chosen to remain anonymous because her husband, an American with business ties in Tijuana, was kidnapped and murdered.

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Credit Card Interest Rate Jump

As the economic crisis continues, credit card interest rates are rising dramatically for many consumers who may not even be aware of the increases. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Are Colonoscopies Reliable?

Long considered the gold standard in screening for colon and rectal cancer, a new study finds that many colonoscopies only find as little as 60% of cancer cases. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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French students take to the streets

Hundreds of French secondary school students gathered in Paris on Tuesday to show they were still mobilised against the reform planned by French education minister Xavier Darcos.

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Secrets Of Big Success

Harry Smith spoke with author Malcolm Gladwell about his new book "Outliers," which tackles the secrets of individuals whose success is beyond the norm.

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'Retail Therapy' Reality

Dr. David Sulzer, author of a new study, suggests that when you shop, the brain emits a chemical that makes the body feel good. He speaks to Julie Chen.

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Spanish Holiday Lobster

Renowned Spanish chef Jos Andr s prepares traditional Spanish holiday lobster and Cava sparkling wine with clementines.

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Bionic Woman's New Arm

A woman who lost her arm in the London terror attacks has regained movement through the use of a bionic arm that attaches right to her bone. Mark Phillips reports.

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Dynamite found in Paris department store

Experts defused five sticks of explosives in a Paris department store on Tuesday. The Printemps Haussman store was evacuated and cordoned off after police found and disposed of the explosives. Earlier, AFP received a letter signed by a group calling itself the Afghan Revolutionary Front warning of "several bombs" placed in the store.

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Police Find Toddler, Not Burglar

Caught On Tape: A four-year-old child was discovered alone in a Beaumont, Texas store in the middle of the night, playing with toys. KFDM's Jennifer Heathcock reports.

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Dynamite found in Paris department store

Police found a bundle of dynamite in a major Paris department store Tuesday after AFP received a letter from an unknown group threatening attacks unless France pulls its troops out of Afghanistan.

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As going gets tougher, Americans discover laughter

Laughter yoga -- a new form of exercise that gives you spiritual satisfaction while putting a smile on your face.

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Obama Names Education Sec.

President-elect Obama announced Arne Duncan as his nominee for Education Secretary. Duncan has been Chicago's school chief since 2001. During his tenure, student test scores have risen significantly.

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