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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Trailer- Fable II

Microsoft's Fable II, a fantasy adventure role-playing game for the Xbox 360, was released on Oct. 21.

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Barack Obama's Favorite Places in Washington

What are some of President-elect Obama's favorite haunts in D.C.? MarketWatch's Ruth Mantell reports. (12/19)

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Barack Obama's Favorite Places in Washington

What are some of President-elect Barack Obama's favorite haunts in D.C.? MarketWatch's Ruth Mantell reports. (12/19)

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MediaWeb's Journalists of the Year

Jon Friedman picks the top journalists of 2008. (Dec. 19)

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Macy's Bets on Gymnast to Bring Home Retail Gold

Macy's is counting on in-store celebrity events to build recognition among customers. Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin is the latest to partner with the store. Elva Ramirez reports.

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Green Ogre Lights Up Great White Way

Shrek The Musical hits the mark in a $25 million Broadway spectacle, according to WSJ's Terry Teachout. Video courtesy of Boneau/Bryan-Brown.

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Inside the Marc Dreier Scandal

WSJ's Nathan Koppel looks at the fall of a major litigator now in jail and accused of selling bogus paper.

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Scene from 'Benjamin Button'

Watch a scene from the film "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett. Video courtesy of Paramount Pictures.

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Andy Jordan's Tech Diary- The Telectroscope

A New York-to-London tunnel, a tech dream of the past, comes to life. Andy Jordan dons steampunk garb to take a look across the Atlantic. (June 12)

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OHM XU450- Putting the Electric Bike to the Test

WSJ's David Patton puts OHM Cycle's new electric-assist hybrid bicycle to the test. Riding the OHM XU450, he challenges colleague Reed Albergotti, an amateaur cyclist with a Ridley Noah, up what he calls "heartbreak hill." (July 17)

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Scene From 'Revolutionary Road'

See a scene from "Revolutionary Road," a new film based on a novel by Richard Yates starring Leonardo di Caprio and Kate Winslet.

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'The Last Lecture'

WSJ's Jeff Zaslow discusses his new book "The Last Lecture," about beloved Carnegie Mellon computer-science professor Randy Pausch. Last year, Dr. Pausch, who was told he had a few months to live, delivered a lecture of a lifetime. (April 7)

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Obama Mixes Insiders, Outsiders in Administration

WSJ's Jerry Seib looks at the political insiders and outsiders who round out the Obama administration.

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'Seven Pounds'

A scene from the Will Smith movie "Seven Pounds." Video courtesy of Columbia Pictures.

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Microsoft's Venture into Health Care

WSJ's Jacob Goldstein talks to Steve Shihadeh of Microsoft Health Solutions, about how the company is looking to build applications to improve health care.

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Long Live the King

Prince Jean d'Orleans is undeterred by Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette's untimely demise. He believes a monarch is just what France needs right now.

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Inside Independent Pro Wrestling

WSJ's Marshall Crook explores the little-known industry and speaks to competitors who are willing to take on the high risks.

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Webcam Trail Mix- What Obama Means to the World

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says that the election of Barack Obama as president of the United States sends this message to the rest of the world: We're sorry.

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Hawaiian Getaway Boasts Amenities Galore -- for a Price

The Hualalai Resort, on the Big Island, offers everything from saltwater snorkeling to golf and a residential gas station. As Candace Jackson reports, the condos start at $1.8 million.

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Gadget Girl- Kodak EasyShare

Gadget Girl Stacey Delo puts the Kodak EasyShare 10-megapixel camera to the test and finds it doesn't quite deliver on the "share."

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Finding New Shelter For Abandoned Pets

This year's windows at Macy's include pets taken in by the San Francisco SPCA from overflow at shelters around the area that have been overwhelmed by dogs and cats abandoned by foreclosures. Stacey Delo reports. (Dec. 18)

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Barack Obama-san

WSJ Asia editorial page editor Mary Kissel says massive "stimulus" plans didn't help Japan. (Dec. 18)

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Pastor Rick Warren on Gay Marriage, Abortion, Torture

The cleric picked to deliver Barack Obama's invocation speaks with Beliefnet.com founder Steve Waldman on his views about hot-button issues.

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Iraqi Officials Suspected of Planning Coup

Iraqi government officials are arrested and accused of plotting to overthrow the government. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Hot Stocks Report- FedEx

Shares of FedEx and its competitor UPS were climbing after FedEx reported a jump in shipping volumes and set pay cuts for some top executives. MarketWatch's Christopher Hinton reports. (Dec. 18)

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Brooklyn's Jazzy Jumpers

ZeAndre Orr of Brownsville overcomes harassment to compete in the Holiday Classic double dutch competition at the Apollo Theater.

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Kotecki- 12/18/08

Barack Obama names more cabinet members, Obama takes heat because of Rick Warren, and the Obama team considers rockets to replace space shuttles.

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Buffett's Easy Money

How did Warren Buffett make a billion without even trying? Deal Journal's Heidi Moore talks with Adam Najberg about the Oracle's big payoff in just three months from investments in Constellation Energy.

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German Subsidiary May Cut GM Ties

Opel workers fear General Motors Corp.'s troubles are casting a shadow. WSJ reporter Roman Kessler reports Berlin has promised funds to save jobs, but only with GM out of the picture.

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Beijing Celebrates 30 Years of Reform

Chinese officials marked three decades of economic progress, but acknowledged corruption and public discontent amid a slowing economy. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Woods Anticipates '09 Return to the Green

Tiger Woods said he expects to recover and play golf next year after suffering setbacks from knee surgery. Video courtesy of the Golf Channel via FoxSports.com.

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Searching for Ways to Save Jobs

The economy has lost more than a million jobs this year, and Jack Liles, corporate cost-cutting expert and director at NPI, talks with Kelsey Hubbard about how companies can save jobs without sending pink slips. (Dec. 18)

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Shoe-Thrower Garners Praise

Thousands in Iraq have rallied behind the journalist who threw both his shoes at President George W. Bush during a press conference in Baghdad. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Possible da Vinci drawings discovered

Three sketches possibly drawn by Leonardo da Vinci have been found on the back of one of the master's major works, the Louvre museum said Thursday. Describing the find as "an exceptional discovery", the museum said in a statement that the drawings were found when da Vinci 1500s oil "Virgin And Child With St Anne" was undergoing routine examination in the Louvre laboratory.

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Holiday Dating Etiquette

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Men's Health's Matt Bean and Cosmopolitan's Kate White about tips on how to handle dating during the holiday season.

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Dannion Brinkley Talks NDEs

Secrets Of The Lightauthors Dannion and Kathryn Brinkley talk to Harry Smith about NDEs or near death experiences after Dannion had more than one himself.

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Egypt fights diabetes crisis

Diabetes kills more than three million people world wide every year. For years the disease was seen as a rich country's problem, but now it is expanding fast in poorer countries. Egypt is one country hard hit by the disease.

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Living the life of a ski seasonier

A look at the part-time workers, part-time skiers, part-time party seasoniers who have invaded the French ski resort of Val d'Isere for what promises to be one of the best seasons in years.

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Small-Town Workers Win Big

A group of workers from a small town in Ohio hit the jackpot when they went in on lottery tickets and ended up winning more than $200 million.

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No Relief From Wintry Weather

Not fully recovered from this week's snow storms, more snowy weather is expected to hit the western U.S., reports Sandra Hughes.

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Chrysler Slams On Brakes

Ford and GM shut down plants while the Chrysler company goes on a month-long extended hiatus, hoping to hold on until some form of rescue appears, reports Bill Plante.

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Namibia's rural people tap into the tourist trade

Since Namibia 's independence and the end of apartheid in 1990, rural people have been able to make decisions about how best to use tribal and communal lands. While some have set up organised tourist sites, others still struggle to scratch a living from the barren land.

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Ill. Gov. Ready To Talk

Ill. Gov. Blagojevich says he "can't wait" for the chance to tell his side of the story. Meanwhile, federal prosecutors are holding Obama's internal probe until next week. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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China tries to move away from export-dependent economy

Thirty years after the launch of economic reforms, China is trying to move away from its reliance on cheap exports to tap the domestic market and go high tech.

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Oil prices to remain low in short-term

A decision by the world's largest oil producers to slash daily output by a record 2.2 million barrels is not expected to lead to higher short-term fuel prices.

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French public TV scraps prime-time advertising

France's public television network is to scrap prime-time advertising on its channels from January 5. The government reform triggered a bitter parliamentary battle and a wave of protests from public radio and television staff.

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Caroline Kennedy Goes Public

Senate hopeful Caroline Kennedy made her case in upstate N.Y. as the media intensely followed her every move, reports Meg Oliver.

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Christmas tree - Americans go back to the roots

Christmas, in the minds of many Americans, means a trip to the mall to load up with gifts, and a tree bought in a car park or taken out of a box and assembled before it is decorated with store-bought ornaments.

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'Spirit' Gives Life To Comic Series

A rookie cop named Denny Colt returns from the beyond to fight evil in director Frank Miller's new film, "The Spirit."

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Eyewear For Tired Computer Users?

Yahoo! has decided that it will only keep user data for 90 days from now on. And Gunnar eyewear may be the solution for tired eyes due to computer use. CNET's Natali Del Conte reports.

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Obama on Warren Speech

President-elect Barack Obama was asked why he picked Pastor Rick Warren, a vocal opponent of gay and lesbian rights, as an Inauguration speaker.

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Obama makes key econ appointments

Obama makes key economic appointments

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Obama on Rick Warren

Obama on Rick Warren

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Notebook- Mom's Medical Myths

Remember when you're mom told you that most of your body heat escapes through your head? As Katie Couric notes, maternal advice may not always be scientifically accurate.

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Kicking Cancer's Butt

A risky cancer treatment made the difference for 11-year-old Pearce Quesenberry. Once given a 50 percent chance to live, Pearce is cancer-free and living life to the fullest. Katie Couric reports.

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Bill Clinton Releases Donor List

The Clinton Foundation's donor list has been released, and large sum donors include the Blackwater security firm, Barbra Streisand and Saudi Arabia. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Busting Medical Myths

For generations, mothers have doled out medical advice like "bundle up" and "sugar makes kids go wild." But a new study shows that many medical "truths" are false. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Kennedy Divides New Yorkers

With Caroline Kennedy in the mix, New York Gov. David Paterson is sure to disappoint some New Yorkers with his Senate appointment to replace Hillary Clinton. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Credit Card Changes Ahead

Randall Pinkston reports that bank regulators have established new rules for credit card companies who wish to raise interest rates for card users.

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States' Unemployment Funds Low

As a recession in the U.S. continues to hinder all facets of the economy, many states now say that their unemployment budgets have reached drastically low levels. Kelly Wallace reports from New York.

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Medicare Ranks Nursing Homes

Officials at Medicare hope that rankings will improve how Americans shop for nursing homes and that competition will cause homes with substandard ratings to improve. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Eye To Eye- Madoff Scam

Only On The Web: Alleged Wall Street scam artist Bernard Madoff supposedly swindled billions from investors. Larry Leif, a one time Madoff investor, discusses his alleged fraud.

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Ignoring The Economic Crisis

In this London Comment, Simon Bates explains how some British citizens are choosing to ignore the economic crisis.

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