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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Caroline Kennedy in Harlem

Ms. Kennedy had lunch at Sylvia's, the famous soul food restaurant and stomping ground of Harlem politicos, with the Rev. Al Sharpton.

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Daily Baggage

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

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Daily Baggage

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

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The Swindler's Archetype

Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger explores the con man's dramatic pedigree.

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Baseball of an Older Vintage

Baseball rules from the 1860s, including bare hands and old uniforms, make a comeback in the form of vintage baseball. WSJ's Matt Rivera reports. (May 20)

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Gearing Up for Your Holiday Travels

Speaking with WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard, travel expert Peter Greenberg offers a few tips on how to improve your holiday traveling experience. (Dec. 17)

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Mattel Shares Turn Corner

Toy sales can hold up during a recession -- as can shares of Mattel. (Dec. 17)

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Rescuing Emergency Care

Crowded ERs are struggling to handle growing demand as the recession deepens, the population ages, and President-elect Obama aims his sights on health reform. MarketWatch's Kristen Gerencher reports. (Dec. 17)

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Bringing Wireless to Hinterlands

Cheap, disposable hydrogen-filled balloons carrying miniature versions of cellphone towers may soon provide service to rural, sparsely populated areas. WSJ's Amol Sharma visits Space Data, a company that makes the specialized balloons. (Feb. 20)

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New Bollywood Taking Shape

WSJ's Amol Sharma reports goes behind the scenes in Bollywood to find out how the modernization of India is affecting the film industry. (April 3)

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War on Cash

Barron's Options Editor Steven M. Sears discuss the positive reaction of the call market to the Federal Reserve's to drop interest rates to lowest level ever. (Dec.17)

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The Chutzpah of Goldman Sachs

WSJ's Dennis Berman and Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark discuss Goldman Sachs bold decision to keep compensation in line with the past amid widespread troubles on Wall Street.

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Stocks Today- A Bomb-Shelter Stock

Barron's Bob O'Brien reports that with consumers dining out less and eating in more, General Mills has become one of the solid stock plays of 2008. (Nov. 17)

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A Weak Pound Draws Tourists to London

The pound has fallen significantly against the euro and the dollar, and that is drawing bargain-hunting tourists to London. (Dec. 17)

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Managing Your 401(k) Without Employer Help

Save your 401(k): WSJ's Anne Tergesen talks with Adam Najberg about what to do if your company stops matching contributions to your 401(k).

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The End of Prosperity

Editorial page senior economics writer Steve Moore breaks down the Obama plan.

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Organizing Your Web Life in One Place

WSJ's Katie Boehret takes a look at Microsoft's Windows Live Web services and Essentials, which helps users organize their chatting, photo sharing and social networking in one place with one password.

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Forex Players Look to Stabilization

Kathy Lien, director of currency research at GFT, says traders have begun to bet on the economy stabilizing and even recovering by the second half of 2009. Interview with MarketWatch's Lisa Twaronite. (Dec. 16)

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No cow fart tax!

The tax policy of cow farts, the advice of Newt Gingrich, and the Person of the Year.

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Making Staff Decisions in a Recession

Job losses and pay cuts are mounting as the U.S. economy struggles. Ravin Jesuthasan of Towers Perrin says that health care and energy look like the safest industries in these tough times. (Dec. 17)

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Obama Picks Vilsack, Salazar for Cabinet

President-elect Barack Obama names former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack as his agriculture secretary and Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar as his interior secretary. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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India Marks 1971 Victory over Pakistan

India's war widows remembered the fallen and marked a 1971 victory over Pakistan, which led to the creation of Bangladesh. They also called for government support for their cause. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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British Pulling Out of Iraq

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said troops will leave by the end of May 2009, but stressed the U.K. will continue to support Iraq. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Heard on the Street- No Hope for OPEC

Heard on the Street's Liam Denning explains to Simon Constable why the oil cartel's production cuts are not enough to bolster crude prices. Plus, he details the outlook for energy consumption.

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The tax policy of cow farts, the advice of Newt Gingrich, and the Person of the Year.

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Tech Stocks Led Lower By Apple

Apple led technology shares lower on Wednesday after the tech industry icon's decision not to continue appearing at the annual MacWorld meeting raised questions about the company. (Dec. 17)

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SEC Dropped Ball On Madoff

Securities and Exchange Commission officials have revealed that government auditors repeatedly failed to properly investigate accused Wall Street scam artist, Bernard Madoff. Bob Orr reports.

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Ivory Coast ex-rebels battle with civilian life

The disarmament of former rebel soldiers in the Ivory Coast remains on course. But many ex-fighters are finding that the jump to civilian life represents a different type of battle.

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Oil Drilling In Utah

A plan to auction drilling rights on 110,000 acres of red rock public land in Utah has many conservation groups calling it a holiday present from the Bush administration. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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World's Biggest Pipe Organ

The world's largest playable organ can be found on the 2nd floor of Macy's in Philadelphia and has been part of the store's holiday tradition since 1911. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Obama- 'Person Of The Year'

Only On The Web: Time Magazine has named U.S. President-elect Barack Obama as the 2008 "Person of the Year." Micahael Elliot, editor of Time International, discusses the magazine's decision.

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Santa Visits Troops In Iraq

Only On The Web: As U.S. soldiers stationed in Iraq prepared for Christmas-themed events and activities at Camp Victory in Baghdad, Santa Claus stopped by for a special visit with the troops.

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Paris reacts to security threat

Only a week and a half to go before Christmas, and people in Paris are faced with a beefed up security threat, after an unknown group placed dynamite in a department store on Tuesday.

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People Mag's 'Best & Worst'

Peter Castro, People magazine's deputy managing editor, outlines for Julie Chen the top celebrity babies, weddings, breakups and bikinis of 2008.

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Clinton- Kennedy Is Qualified

Hillary Clinton tells supporters Caroline Kennedy is qualified for New York State's senate seat, but campaign fundraising may be the quality Democrats are looking for, reports Bill Plante.

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President Bush shoe hurler a hero in Middle East

The Iraqi journalist who threw a pair of shoes at US President George W. Bush is fast becoming a star in his region.

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Fed Wields Sharp Knife

The Federal Reserve made drastic plans to rescue the frozen economy from a deep chill with the lowest interest rate in history and plans to free up credit for consumers, reports Priya David.

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Deadly Storms Wreak Havoc

Hundreds of flights were cancelled and icy roads caused accidents and deaths across the country, reports Dave Price.

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China's economic development sees surge in lifestyle diseases

Thirty years of reforms have brought a significant rise in living standards in China -- as well as unwelcome modern-day ailments such as obesity and diabeters.

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OPEC agrees to cut of two million oil barrels

A record cut in oil output of two million barrels a day -- that's what the OPEC agreed on Wednesday as an answer to the steady slide in oil prices, which are now 70 percent off their highs of 147 dollars a barrel in July.

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Face Transplants- Mixed Results

The possible physical and psychological effects of face transplantation raise controversy, in spite of bringing normalcy to a person's life, reports Sheila MacVicar. Julie Chen talks to a plastic surgeon.

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Eye To Eye- Alleged Hit List

Shawano, Wis., has been turned upside-down by an alleged hit list and the secretive group that may be behind it. While interviewing a local reporter, Armen Keteyian was confronted by two men who weren't too happy to see him.

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