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Monday, December 22, 2008

Meltdown Could Limit U.S. Influence under Obama

WSJ's Jerry Seib looks at how the meltdown of the U.S. financial system could limit the country's geopolitical clout under Barack Obama.

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Fort Dix Five Plotted to Kill U.S. Soldiers

Five foreign-born Muslims are convicted of plotting to kill American soldiers at the Fort Dix military base in New Jersey. The men who lived in and around Philadelphia for years now face life in prison. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Dana Jennings

Dana Jennings, who has prostate cancer, talks about his prostate cancer blog, life, love, sex and humor.

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Traditional Prostate Test Doesn't Cut It

Some men could be getting the wrong prostate cancer results when getting tested, but this all changes with a new procedure that finds cancer the traditional tests might miss. Courtesy Fox news.

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Critics' Picks- 'Holiday Inn'

A. O. Scott reviews Irving Berlin's holiday classic starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire.

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Archeologists Strike Gold in Parking Lot

Archaeologists unearth 264 gold coins dating back to 641 A.D. in a former Jerusalem car park. Courtesy Reuters.

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Suspicious Package Alert at U.S. Embassy

The U.S. embassy in Cypress receive a suspicious package containing powder. Similar envelopes containing the same type of powder were mailed to more than 40 U.S. governors offices. Courtesy Reuters.

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Ice Skating at New York City's Polar Rink

Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires checks out the environmentally friendly synthetic ice at the American Museum of Natural History's Polar Rink, and he discovers that it's hard to stay on your feet when skating in a "bear" market. (Dec. 22)

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Santoli Outlook For the New Year

Barron's Mike Santoli talks about the market's volatility toward the end of a wild year.

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Cheney vs Biden- A Tale of Two Feuding VPs

Vice President-elect Joe Biden has harsh words for his predecessor Dick Cheney, criticizing Cheney's role as dangerously broad. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Thanks everybody � it�s been fun!

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Obama's Staff to Offer Blagojevich Details

President-elect Barack Obama vacations with his family in Hawaii. Meanwhile, his office is expected to offer details about his staff's contact with Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Let the Buyer Beware

A brutal holiday season could force more retailers to seek the protection of bankruptcy court. Barron's separates the best from the rest.

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Hertz Makes a Move Into Car-Sharing

The auto-rental company launches a new service called Hertz Connect. Chief Executive Officer Mark Frissora talks to Kelsey Hubbard about the new business and his thoughts on saving the auto makers. (Dec. 22)

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Out With the Old

The U.S. stock market has already absorbed the worst of the selling pressure this year and will start to recover in 2009 but any progress might be limited.

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Media Web Minute- The President and the Press

President-elect Barack Obama can learn a lot from President George W. Bush about what not to do when it comes to the media, says Jon Friedman. (Dec. 22)

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Lump of Coal- The Fund (Mis)Manager of the Year

Bill Miller's Legg Mason Value Trust is no longer a fund for mainstream investors, says Chuck Jaffe. The one-time winning fund manager seems to have begun believing the hype surrounding him. (Dec. 22)

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Exclusive interview with Condoleezza Rice

AFP's exclusive interview with outgoing Secretary of State for the Bush administration, Condoleezza Rice. She announced an upcoming trip to China. Rice also discussed the situation in the Middle East and her own plans for the future.

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A month after terror attacks, Taj Mahal is back in business

The Taj Mahal hotel was at the centre of last month's Mumbai attacks. For three days it was held by terrorists, but now it's partially re-opened.

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Russian kids have luxury toys

In the middle of the financial crisis, the Russian rich are still managing to splash their cash. Just in time for Christmas, a luxury toy shop opened at the beginning of December in Moscow. The prices are startling in these stringent times.

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Kenya turns flip-flops into toys

A Kenyan company has found a solution to the environmental damage caused by thousands of discarded flip-flops by transforming them into original and saleable products.

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Toyota predicts first-ever operating loss

Toyota Motor Corp. on Monday forecast its first-ever operating loss this year as the global slowdown creates "an unprecedented crisis" for the long profitable automaker.

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Champagne maker shifts vineyard to Britain

Producers of the world's most famous sparkling wine are casting their eyes north of the English Channel in the search for new vineyards.

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Screening The TSA

The Transportation Security Administration says passenger checkpoints are making flights safer, but a security adviser says those measures are "security theater." Lesley Stahl reports.

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Calif. Gov's Bold Moves

The former Hollywood action star-turned California governor may be facing his most formidable foe in a $40 billion state budget gap caused by the economic decline. Scott Pelley reports.

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Christmas tree balls started in France

It is not really Christmas without a tree and not really a Christmas tree without colourful balls. So where did these decorations originate?

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US policy in Middle-East will "ultimately be respected"

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Monday that President George W. Bush's administration's popularity in the Arab world was "not very great" but that it will eventually gain their respect.

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Reduce, reuse, recycle�in your own basement?

Dave Chameides has spent the past 12 months living a life of utter garbage. And the Los Angeles-based cameraman is hoping that he can inspire other Americans to do the same.

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