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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Israel's Three-Part Strategy

With air attacks on Gaza in their fifth day, Israel said it would keep pressure on Hamas but was open to future diplomacy.

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Home Prices Continue Free-Fall

WSJ's Sudeep Reddy talks with Tim Hanrahan about October data showing the decline in U.S. home prices is intensifying and how consumer sentiment may change in the coming months.

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Implications of Blagojevich's Senate Appointment

Bryan Gruley asks David Kesmodel about the implications of Gov. Rod Blagojevich's decision to appoint someone to the vacant Senate seat against the wishes of his party.

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Calls for Truce as Gaza Deaths Rise

Egypt's President, Hosni Mubarak calls on Israel to end its attacks on Gaza as Spain calls for an immediate humanitarian truce in Gaza. Courtesy of Reuters.

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Blagojevich Makes Senate Appointment

Ignoring warnings from his own party, Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich appoints someone to the senate seat left vacant by President-elect Barack Obama. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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The End of SpongeBob?

Viacom cable channels including MTV and Nickelodeon are expected to disappear from Time Warner Cable at midnight Wednesday as part of a bitter dispute over fees to air the channels. In response, Viacom is launching a campaign urging viewers to complain to the cable service provider.

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Iraq Shoe Thrower's Trial Postponed

The trial of the Iraqi reporter who threw his shoes at President Bush in Baghdad has been postponed pending an appeal over whether the incident amounted to an assault. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Gazans Seek Refuge in Schools

Residents of southern Gaza take refuge in UN schools as the fierce Israeli air offensive against Hamas continues. Courtesy Reuters.

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How the Dems Regained the White House

Watch the Journal Editorial Report Saturdays at 5:30 pm ET on Fox News Channel. (Dec. 30)

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360 Killed, 1400 Wounded in Gaza Attacks

Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip reached its fourth day as missile strikes have killed at least 360 people and wounded 1,400. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Oil Investors Brace for a Tough January

Phil Flynn, vice president at Alaron Trading, explains why the conflict in Gaza is unlikely to result in significant oil supply disruptions. He also says that oil prices will face more downward pressure in January. Polya Lesova reports. (Dec. 30)

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Australia Battered By Dangerous Storms

Summer storms pound east Australia. These severe storms along the east coast of Australia have left at least 30,000 homes and businesses without power. Courtesy Reuters.

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Thai PM Starts Work Despite Protest

Protestors have blocked Thailand's parliament for a second day but they failed to prevent the new Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva making his maiden policy speech.

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From a Drab Driller, to a Welcome Gusher

Yield seekers, take heart: Linn Energy offers annual payouts of more than 20%. And contrary to fears on Wall Street, they're probably safe.

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Sheikh Hasina Wins Bangladesh Election

Former prime minister Sheikh Hasina has won a massive parliamentary majority in Bangladesh's first polls in seven years. Courtesy Reuters.

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'Black Monday' for NFL Head Coaches

Today is 'Black Monday' for NFL Head Coaches, but holds a sliver lining for Assistant Coaches. The axe has already fallen for some head coaches, like Jets Head Coach, Eric Mangini. Courtesy Fox Sports.

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Blagojevich Lawyer Says 'Deck Is Stacked'

The attorney for Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich exchanged heated words with lawmakers over the possible impeachment of the embattled governor, saying the deck is already stacked against his client. Fox News's Dane Placko reports.

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Israeli Strikes in Gaza Continue

Children were among those killed in the fourth day of Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. Israel has rejected a truce with Hamas. Meanwhile, food and supplies in the region are running low. Courtesy of Reuters.

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Death Toll Rises in Gaza

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak vowed "an all-out war on Hamas and its kind," as Israel carried out a third straight day of deadly airstrikes in Gaza.

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National- Forming Simple Priests in Complex Times

A priest shepherds young men through seminary in India.

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The human cost of the Israeli attacks on Gaza

Israel's attack on Gaza has already killed at least 360 Palestinians. We speak to a family that has lost five children in the attacks.

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No olive picking for migrant workers

Every year, thousands of migrant workers flock to the south of Spain for the olive-picking season. But with this year's financial turmoil, most of them are without a job: unemployed Spaniards are coming back.

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Raw Video- Cockpit Video Shows Airstrikes

As Israel considers suspending its Gaza offensive to give Hamas militants an opening to halt their rocket fire, the Israeli Defense Force has released cockpit video of airstrikes in the Gaza Strip. (Dec. 30 )

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Family of Missing US Cruise Woman- She Jumped

The family of a missing cruise ship passenger said Monday that they suspect the woman "chose an unfortunate ending to her life" and jumped from a cruise ship balcony into the waters off Mexico's coast on Christmas night. (Dec. 30)

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Eight Killed by Back-to-back Avalanches

Residents in Canada pause to remember eight snowmobilers who were killed by a pair of powerful avalanches. (Dec. 30)

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Santa Gunman May Have Targeted Ex's Lawyer

The man who killed nine people at his ex-in-law's Christmas party may have planned to kill his former wife's divorce attorney after the attack. (Dec. 30)

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Blagojevich Names Senate Replacement

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has named Roland Burris as the Senate replacement for Barack Obama. Burris is a former Illinois Attorney General. (Dec. 30)

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Video Essay- Going to War

As President-elect Barack Obama prepares for White House, US troops prepare for missions in Iraq. Among them are the more than 4,000 members of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. (Dec. 30)

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Police- 7 Bodies Recovered in Canada Avalanches

Police say seven bodies have been recovered from the scene of two avalanches that struck in southeastern British Columbia. One other snowmobiler is still unaccounted for. (Dec. 29)

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Palin's Daughter Gives Birth to Son Named Tripp

It's a boy. The 18-year-old daughter of former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has given birth to 7 pound, 4 ounce Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston. The baby and mom are doing fine. (Dec. 29)

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Confetti Test Run Ahead of Times Square Bash

Organizers gave the New Year's Eve confetti a test-run Monday, throwing off a building in Times Square. Passersby were invited to write their wishes for the new year on pieces of confetti to be thrown in the Square at the start of 2009. (Dec. 29)

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Video Essay- Going to War

As President-elect Barack Obama prepares for White House, US troops prepare for missions in Iraq. Among them are the more than 4,000 members of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. (Dec. 30)

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Marine Jet Crash Kills Pilot

The military says a Marine jet crash near a base in eastern North Carolina has killed the pilot. Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point spokesman Mike Barton says the single-seat plane crashed Monday in woods near one of the base's two runways. (Dec. 30)

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NASA Gives Graphic Details of Columbia Deaths

A new NASA report says that the seat restraints, suits and helmets of the doomed crew of the space shuttle Columbia didn't work well, leading to 'lethal trauma' as the out-of-control ship broke apart, killing all seven astronauts. (Dec. 30)

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White House- Bush Calls Abbas, Discusses Gaza

The White House says President Bush has consulted by telephone with Palestinian leaders, including Mahmoud Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority. (Dec. 30)

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Rockets Continue to Fly in Gaza, Israel

Palestinian militants in Gaza and Israeli forces continue their exchange of firepower, as the death toll in the latest clash nears 400 people. (Dec. 30)

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First Person- Facing Rockets

Associated Press Writer Aron Heller talks about what it's like to be in the part of Israel where Hamas rockets are landing and why the chances for a ground invasion may be increasing. (Dec. 30)

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Iraqi Shoe Thrower's Trial Postponed

The trial has been postponed for the Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President George W. Bush. Iraq's judicial council is awaiting a court ruling on whether the man should be charged with assaulting a foreign leader or insulting one. (Dec. 30)

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Video Essay- Going to War

As President-elect Barack Obama prepares for White House, US troops prepare for missions in Iraq. Among them are the more than 4,000 members of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. (Dec. 30)

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Dog Finds Newborn's Body in Woods

Police in Florida are trying to figure out how a newborn baby's body ended up in a wooded area and was later discovered by a family pet. (Dec. 30)

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Neighborhood Feud Has Cat Stuck in a Tree

A cat stuck in a tree for the last eight days is the at the center of a feud between neighbors in Phoenix, Arizona. (Dec. 30)

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Raw Video- Anti-Israel Protest in NYC

Protesters marched through midtown Manhattan Monday night to show their outrage with Israeli military action in the Gaza Strip. (Dec. 30)

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Food shortages in Gaza as Israeli attacks continue

Israel has started allowing trucks filled with humanitarian aid to enter the battered Gaza Strip but food is scarce as many shops and bakeries run out of food.

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Snowboarders take to artificial slopes outside Beijing

Snowboarding is quickly becoming one of the most popular winter sports in China. Thousands of novices are taking to the slopes each weekend.

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Japan stocks end worst-ever year

Japanese share prices on Tuesday closed the year down 42.12 percent from 2007, marking the worst-ever annual percentage fall in Tokyo's Nikkei index. File pictures.

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French rally to Palestinian cause

Several thousand people took to the streets of Paris to protest against the ongoing assault by Israel on the Gaza Strip.

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Israeli tanks ready for �all-out? war

Israel has vowed again that its "all-out war" to wipe out Hamas is only beginning as it continues to mass troops and equipment in the border area of Gaza.

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Palestinian civilians suffer as air strikes continue

As Israel's Gaza offensive continues Palestinian civilians are dying amid the rubble, while survivors struggle just to find food.

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Gaza crisis- an expert's analysis

Israel readied troops on the Gaza border on Tuesday, warning its deadly assault on Hamas could last for weeks. Amr Hamzawy of the Carnegie Endowment's Middle East Centre in Beirut talks about the situation.

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