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Friday, December 19, 2008

Carpetbagger- The Bagger's Backyard

David Carr talks with Manohla Dargis and A. O. Scott, co-chief film critics of The New York Times.

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Music Video 'Yes We Can'

Watch the music video produced by will.i.am, "Yes We Can". Video courtesy of Barackobama.com.

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SaleGenie's 'Panda Psychic' Ad

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Gatorade's 'Ball Girl Catch' Ad

Watch Gatorade's ad where a ball girl makes an outstanding play in the outfield.

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Toyoto's 'Saved By Zero' Ad

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E-Trade's 'Clown' Ad

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E-Trade's 'Child' Ad

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The Neediest Cases- Camper to Counselor

Born blind and unable to walk, 17-year old Naeelah Murray found confidence and employment at Wagon Road Camp.

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Dance of the Golden Axe by Gordon Hull

Gordon Hull, one of the founders of the art collective, Surface 2 Air, directed this exclusive movie. Special guest appearance by model, Agnyess Deyn.

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Audi A4 Sedan Review - Driver's Seat

Audi's top-selling A4 line, which includes a sedan and wagon, has been redesigned for the 2009 model year. Here's a look at the German sports sedan.

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Tastings- Favorite Nine of 2008

WSJ's Tastings columnists Dottie Gaiter and John Brecher talk about their favorite nine wines of 2008, with only one, Grand Vin de Chateau Latour topping the list as excellent!

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Review of PS3's Flower

Arts and Entertainment reporter Jamin Brophy-Warren speaks about the conceptual PlayStation 3 game "Flower," in which gamers take on the role of flower petals that float through the air and pollinate other flowers around them.

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Laid Off and Looking

In this video blog entry, Dawn Jordan talks about her job search and the importance of networking.

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Stuffed Duck Breasts

Mark Bittman makes his own version of Porchetta: "Ducketta"

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Detroit Gets a Lifeline

WSJ's John McKinnon says automakers got at least a temporary lifeline from the White House with $17.4 billion in rescue funding. The money will tide GM and Chrysler over until March, when they become the Obama administration's problem.

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Big Three Gets Money, But It's Not Easy

WSJ's John Stoll talks about President Bush's move to grant a $17.4 billion bailout for the Big Three, but this check doesn't come without strings attached.

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Remembering Watergate's Deep Throat

WSJ's Gerald Seib reflects on what W. Mark Felt, who died Thursday, meant to a generation of journalists and other Americans who followed the Watergate scandal.

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Staying Chic on the Cheap

In today's tough economy, many fashionistas have been forced to give up shopping. But Anne Marie Harrison hasn't let the recession get in her way. She shows WSJ's Teri Agins how she keeps up with today's trends while on a budget.

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Looking Ahead- The Busy Holiday Week

A slew of economic data will pepper the week, which will be shortened by the Christmas holiday. Only a few corporate results are on the schedule, with Walgreen Co. highlighting the slate. (Dec. 19)

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Microsoft, Cheap Enough To Buy Itself

Belittled in the bull market, the software giant's cash hoard could help its stock during tough days ahead.

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Military Plans Inauguration Crowd Control

Military planners go over how they plan to cope with the throngs headed to Washington for Barack Obama's inauguration. Courtesy Fox News.

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Georgia Gears Up for Senate Runoff

Georgia voters go back to the polls today for a runoff between Sen. Saxby Chambliss and former state Rep. Jim Martin. If Martin wins, it will bring the Democrats within one seat of a filibuster proof 60 seats.

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The Movie 'Yes Man'

See a clip from the film "Yes Man." Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.

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4 Questions About Obama's Transition to the White House

CQ Politics sat down with Jonathan Breul, Executive Director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government, to find out what President-elect Barack Obama needs to do to ensure a smooth transition to the White House.

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Look Ahead in Asia- New Zealand Slumping

New Zealand reports its economic growth figures this week, with analysts watching for signs of how deep the country's recession has gone. Michael Kitchen reports. (Dec. 19)

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Pre-Holiday Trading, Not So Jolly

Barron's Bob O' Brien says that trying to trade ahead of a holiday shortened week, lacking in liquidity can be extremely perilous.

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Kotecki- 12/19/08

Deep Throat dies, the Minnesota recount drags on, and Monday is the last episode of KoteckiTV.

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A Short Trading Week In Europe

It will be a short trading week in Europe with major stock indexes closing from midday Wednesday. Regulatory review of EdF's takeover of British Energy is on the agenda, as is the final reading for Britain's GDP. (Dec. 19)

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The Future of the Auto Industry

Robert Schulz, managing director at Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the outlook for GM and Chrysler following a government pledge to provide loans. (Dec. 19)

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Hornbeck Execs Buy Up Beaten Down Shares

The CEO of Hornbeck Offshore Services, Todd Hornbeck, and his father, Larry, a director in the company, bought over $2 million worth of shares this week.

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Bush Announces Auto Industry Rescue Package

Speaking from the White House, President Bush says the administration will grant struggling U.S. auto makers loans in order to avoid an industry collapse. He says amid an economic recession, allowing a collapse would be irresponsible. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Georgia Gears Up for Senate Runoff

Georgia voters go back to the polls today for a runoff between Sen. Saxby Chambliss and former state Rep. Jim Martin. If Martin wins, it will bring the Democrats within one seat of a filibuster proof 60 seats.

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3 Questions About the Minnesota Sen. Race

With contested ballot reviews beginning today, CQ Politics reporter Emily Cadei updates the Minnesota Sen. race between Republican Norm Coleman and Dem. Al Franken.

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The Perils of A Lame Duck in Times of Crisis

CQ Politics White House correspondant Adriel Bettelheim looks at how past lame duck presidents have handled - and mishandled - international and domestic crises.

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4 Questions About Obama's Transition to the White House

CQ Politics sat down with Jonathan Breul, Executive Director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government, to find out what President-elect Barack Obama needs to do to ensure a smooth transition to the White House.

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Obama Focuses on Economy in 1st Press Conference

President-Elect Barack Obama gave his first post-election press conference on Friday, Nov. 7, in Chicago. He touched on a wide range of topics, but focused heavily on the economy.

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Barack Obama's Favorite Places in Chicago

Take a tour of President-elect Obama's neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago with MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters. (Dec. 19)

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Week on Wall Street- Fed Hits New Low

Simon Constable and David Gaffen discuss the new zero interest rate environment, plus the latest rescue of Detroit's automakers, with the government providing $13 billion loan.

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'Valkyrie'

See a clip from the film "Valkyrie." Video courtesy of United Artists.

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Marilyn Monroe Images a Big Seller Despite Recession

Despite the economic recession, photographs of Marilyn Monroe continue to be big sellers at the New York Christie's auction house. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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It's A Wrap- Holiday Gifts

Struggling to wrap your holiday gifts but too strapped to pay someone to do it for you? Macy's gift wrapper Helen Davis shows us how it's done. (Dec. 19)

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Bona fide bordello!

The prostitute whispers, wets her lips and prepares to bare...her heart with a poem. Welcome to New York's Poetry Brothel.

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Hi-Tech Table For Two, Please

Only On The Web: A trendy new London restaurant is defying the economic odds - and critics - with a technology theme to keep you busy, and fancy food to match. Amy Guttman reports.

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Tourists return to Kenya after election strife

A year after Kenyan post-election violence sent tourists scurrying, holiday-makers are slowly returning.

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Lockerbie- 20 years on

Britain will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing on Sunday, recalling with horror the night a US-bound jet with 259 souls on board was blown out of the sky over a small Scottish town.

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Lebanese bank offers fertility loan

A Lebanese bank is offering the world's first fertility treatment loan.

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How to cross the US border, illegally

Mexican tourists suffer through a pretend border crossing advertised as an extreme sport.

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Critics' Picks- 'Wall Street'

A. O. Scott looks back at Oliver Stone's "Wall Street" and its relevance to the current financial crisis.

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Most Americans Report Donating to Charity in 2008

Despite the current economic climate, 75% of Americans say they have donated money to a charitable cause within the past 12 months and 59% say they have donated money to a religious organization.

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Real Labradors, Not Marley

Veterinarian Dr. Debbye Turner-Bell shares tips with Maggie Rodriguez about buying and caring for a real Labrador Retriever puppy like Marley from "Marley & Me."

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Aniston On 'Marley & Me'

Jennifer Aniston talks to Harry Smith about her "life changing" role in "Marley & Me" and working with co-star Owen Wilson.

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Hi-Tech Home Surveillance

CNET's Natali Del Conte explains geek gadgets to Maggie Rodriguez for keeping a virtual eye on your home while you're away on vacation.

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Luxurious Holiday Gifts

Jacqui Stafford from Shape magazine offers suggestions to Julie Chen for getting the glamour from a gift that's affordable.

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New Questions In Anthony Case

As authorities wait to confirm the identity of a young girl's bones found in Orlando, Fla., the answer to why it took so long to find them may lie with police, reports Kelly Cobiella.

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Kennedy Campaigns For Senate

Caroline Kennedy chows down with Rev. Al Sharpton in Harlem, putting pressure on N.Y. Governor David Paterson to appoint her to Hilary Clinton's open Senate seat, reports Jeff Glor.

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Mother Christmas in egalitarian Sweden

As the festive season approaches, the world's children have high hopes of Father Christmas. But in Sweden, they also have a Mother Christmas. It's a tradition, but with a hint of feminism in this egalitarian country, where women don't let men get all the best jobs.

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Hot-air ballooning in Cappadocia

In Cappadocia, Turkey hot air ballooning is the best way to see the strange geological shapes on the ground. Up to 40 balloons, packed with tourists take to the skies to admire the starting scenery.

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Snowkiting- the latest mountain craze

This weekend sees the best French snowkiters defying gravity in the nation's championships in the Alpine resort La Rosiere. But what does it take to be a pro-snowkiter? Let yourself be carried away by the latest sport quite literally to take off on the slopes.

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