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Monday, August 31, 2009

E-Book Mania

Analysis and discussion with the Technology Writer for HardwareZone.com Sutlej Soin. He talks about the difference between Traditional versus Digital reading experience. (Asia Confidential)

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Global Recovery Theory

Analysis and discussion with the OCBC Bank Treasury Research & Strategy Head Selena Ling. She says there is a lot of hype about liquidity in China and everyone looks for a reason to make profit. (Asia Confidential)

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Buffett May Boost BYD Stake

BYD's shares hold on their gains as Warren Buffett may raise the stake in the company. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Curtain closes on Reading Festival

One of Britain's last music festivals of the summer, Reading Festival, comes to an end.

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Talk of the Town- Disney and Marvel unite

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Marvel and Disney unite, a new investigation in to a former Rolling Stone and Kurt Cobain lives again.

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UBS Sees New Bull Market For European Earnings

Analysis and discussion with the Head of European Equities Willem-Mark Nabarro. He says Europe has a lot of opportunities and it has very strong infrastructures and companies pay high dividends with economy that goes forward. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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China's Economic Recovery Not Sustainable

Analysis and discussion with Independent Economist Andy Xie. He says it could be a liquidity scare and it is possible that China's economy might recover a bit on September but it is still in deep bubble territory. (The Trade)

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Indorama Polymers Is Thailand's Best Performing Stock

Indorama Polymers is Thailand's best performing stock in six months and the biggest maker of plastic materials gains 2% since the beginning of March. (The Trade)

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Evening News Online, 08.31.09

Monday: A special exclusive report from Afghanistan; Also, four years later, Katrina victims still confined to FEMA trailers; And, a new sensor in sports helmets.

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Australian Dollar Near Year's High

Analysis and discussion with Sue Trinh of RBC Capital Markets. She says the Aussie dollar will be well-supported on dips. (The Trade)

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Funds Dump Retail Shares

Mutual funds, pension funds and endowment funds unload U.S. consumer stocks at the fastest rate. (The Trade)

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Hong Kong Turns Hot Spot For IPOs

Hong Kong IPOs to raise $4.8 billion this month. (The Trade)

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Australian Banks Surge

Banks head into positive territory and they wait for the RBA rate decision but all 17 economists believe they will leave it unchanged at 3%. (The Trade)

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Japanese Chipmakers Rise

Toshiba's chip business makes an outstanding profit this quarter. (The Trade)

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Katrina FEMA Trailer Turmoil

Four years since Hurricane Katrina, thousands of displaced victims are still living in the controversial FEMA trailers. Armen Keteyian reports from Gulfport, Miss.

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Heat Sensor In Sports Helmets

A series of young football player deaths has drawn criticism towards coaches accused of over-working athletes. But, as Mark Strassmann reports, a new sensor in helmets may prevent further tragedies.

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63 Years At UPS

For seven decades, 87-year-old Marty Peters has worked for UPS and now holds the record for the longest-working employee at the company. Dean Reynolds reports from Detroit.

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Disney to buy Marvel

Disney to buy Marvel in the biggest media deal of the year.

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White House, Cheney Spar

Former VP Dick Cheney defended the Bush Administration's terrorist interrogation program and took shots at the Attorney General. As Bob Orr reports, The White House says Cheney has his facts wrong.

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Critics' Picks- 'The Big Lebowski'

A. O. Scott discusses the Coen brothers' 1998 film and the disconnect between important matters and the tedium of everyday life.

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L.A. Wildfires Explode

In California, four counties are under a state of emergency due to fast moving wildfires. Flames are moving in three different locations threatening thousands of homes. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Bomb Blast on the Pak-Afghan Border

The blast was the second attack to target a border crossing in the last week.

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Afghanistan Protecting Bombers?

One of three suspects in the bombing attack that killed a U.S. soldier and injured a CBS reporter may have ties to the Afghanistan government. David Martin reports.

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Disney's Marvel-lous deal?

Disney will pay $4 billion in cash for Marvel Entertainment, the company behind Spiderman and Iron Man.

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New course in Afghanistan?

The top commander for Afghanistan delivers his revised strategy, saying the situation was "serious" but US and NATO forces could succeed.

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Notting Hill revellers party at Europe's biggest street festival

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected at the Notting Hill Carnival in west London on Monday, a celebration of Caribbean culture that has become Europe's biggest street party. The two-day even comes to a climax in London on Monday in a dazzling Caribbean-themed spectacle of costumes, dance and music. Duration 1:38

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Kadhafi hosts African summit on eve of coup anniversary

African leaders gathered in Libya on Monday for a special summit to discuss the continent's trouble spots, on the eve of celebrations to mark 40 years of Moamer Kadhafi's rule. Duration: 00:57

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Sector Focus - Manufacturing

Analysis and Discussion with Holden Lewis of BB&T Capital Markets (Taking Stock)

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Sector Focus - Education

More Room to Run for Education Stocks - Analysis and Discussion with Amy Junker of Robert W. Baird & Co. (Taking Stock)

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Jay-Z to perform 9-11 charity concert

American hip hop artist Jay-Z to perform a charity concert on September 11.

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Summer box office to break record

Armed with mega-hits like Transformers and Harry Potter, the summer 2009 movie season will break the revenue record of 4.2 billion dollars.

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In-Depth Look - Cubs Fetch Top Dollar

Tribune Approved by Bankruptcy Court to Sell Chicago Cubs Without Auction (Bloomberg News)

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Notebook- Katrina Anniversary

It has been 4 years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans and parts of Mississippi. Seth Doane reports New Orleans has become the fastest growing city in America.

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Kadhafi prepares to fete 40 years in power

Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi is marking the 40th anniversary Tuesday of the coup that brought him to power. The grand bash by the controversial colonel is being shunned by most Western leaders. Duration: 01:37

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Hatoyama faces tough challenges ahead to reform Japan

Japan's Democratic Party has begun talks on forming a new government, facing heavy pressure to address the huge challenges of the fast-greying country and pulling it out of its long economic malaise. Duration: 02:05

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Three Gabon contenders claim election victory

The three main candidates in oil-rich Gabon's presidential election all claimed victory on Monday after voters turned out in force to choose a successor to Africa's longest-ruling leader. Duration: 01:00

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Jimena churns toward Baja Peninsula

Hurricane Jimena is churning toward the upscale resort town of Los Cabos in Mexico's Baja Peninsula.

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In-Depth Look - World Currency a Reality?

The Push for a World Currency Continues (Bloomberg News)

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Son of Gabon's former leader claims poll victory

Ali Bongo, the son of the longtime leader of Gabon, has claimed victory in presidential polls held at the weekend, but so, too, have two of his main rivals. As the son of Omar Bongo Ondimba -- who ruled the former French colony for 41 years before his death in June -- former defence minister Ali Bongo Ondimba was seen as the favourite to take power. Duration: 00:38

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Sector Focus - Retail

Shopping for Discounters - Analysis and Discussion with Joseph Feldman of Telsey Advisory Group (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Funds Dump Retail Shares

Consumer Stocks: Winner or Losers - Institutions Dump Consumer Stocks, Selling $1.8 Billion in Consumer Shares

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Market Close 8.31

All Three Major Indexes Each Down Less than 1%, Nasdaq Inching Around 1% Mark; Disney Pays $4 Billion for Marvel; Baker Hughes Pays $5.5 Billion Premium for BJ Services; Energy Stocks Shrug Off Deal News, Shares Falling in Today's Trade (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Policing Derivatives

Wall Street Prepares for Fight Over Derivatives; Banks on Track to Reap Billions from Derivatives in 2009 (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - M&A Activity on the Rise?

Merger Monday - Analysis and Discussion with Fred Lane of Raymond James (Bloomberg News)

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Forest fires rage in Portugal

Fires continue to burn threatening homes in northern Portugal.

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In-Depth Look - Bond Market's Not Buying It

Analysis and Discussion with William O'Donnell of RBS Securities, Featuring David Sowerby of Loomis Sayles (Bloomberg News)

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Germany takes on Baltic air patrol

German airforce pilots take over NATO Baltic mission to help the three small states protect their airspace.

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Princess Kate?

Princess Diana's legacy lives on, 12 years after her death. Royal insiders say the palace is grooming a 27-year-old, Kate Middleton to become England's next princess. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Special Report - Managed Futures Funds

Managed Futures - An All-Star Pick? (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - Something to "Marvel" At

Disney Acquires Marvel for $4 Billion; Is Disney Making the Right Move - Further Analysis and Discussion with Porter Bibb of Mediatech Capital Partners (Bloomberg News)

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Emerging Market Spotlight - India

India GDP Jumps For First Time Since 2007 - Analysis and Discussion with Ron Shah of Jina Ventures (Bloomberg News)

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Russia claims Al-Qaeda death

Security forces say they killed an Al-Qaeda agent in the North Caucasus

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Inside Look - The Next Generation of Fighter Jets

Live! From Lockheed Martin HQ in Ft. Worth, TX: Interview with Robert Powell, Director of F-35 Production at Lockheed Martin (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- Disney buys Marvel

Walt Disney Co offered to buy superhero powerhouse Marvel Entertainment in deal valued close to $4 billion.

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Fireworks fly in Belarus

Lithuania wins the first international fireworks competition held in Belarus.

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Jacko's birthday celebrated

Michael Jackson fans around the world pay tribute to the recently deceased King of Pop on what would have been his 51st birthday

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Polish and Germany remember 1939

Seventy years after the German invasion of Poland started WWII, Catholic Bishops from both countries come together to preach reconciliation.

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Polish and Germany remember 1939

Seventy years after the German invasion of Poland started WWII, Catholic Bishops from both countries come together to preach reconciliation.

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Madonna visits Western Wall

Queen of pop arrives to Jerusalem's Western wall, ahead of two concerts in Israel.

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Sneak Peek - "Guitar Hero 5" Out Tomorrow

Preview - Activision's Guitar Hero Sales Have Been Falling Over Past Few Years

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In-Depth Look - Apple May Sell 3 Million iPhones in China

Analysis and Discussion with Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray (Bloomberg News)

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California fires kill two firefighters

California fires continue to rage -- killing two firefighters and leaving whole city blocks in ruin.

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Australia seeks to reassure India

Australia's Deputy PM tells India they will ensure safety of its students

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Business Update- China weighs

Shanghai shares tumbled over 6 percent, erasing gains in Japan after an opposition election win.

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Market Outlook - What Does September Bring?

Analysis and Discussion with Randy Bateman of Huntington Bancshares (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Retail

Ralph Lauren's Big Plans for China; Will Shoppers Ever Pay Full Price? - Saks Enters Full Price Mentality After Being on Verge of Liquidation (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Lockheed Martin

The Next Generation of Fighter Jets - Live! From Lockheed Martin HQ in Ft. Worth, TX: Interview with President/CEO Robert Stevens (Bloomberg News)

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M&A Spotlight - Disney Buys Marvel

Analysis and Discussion with David Joyce of Miller Tabak (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - Japanese Yen

Yen Rises on Drop in Stocks and Election, Shift in Policy May Boost Yen (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - How Will DPJ Stimulate Japan's Economy?

Japan Post Election Reaction - Interview with Sheila Smith of Council on Foreign Relations (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Defense Dollars

Live! From Lockheed Martin HQ in Fort Worth, TX: Exclusive Interview with Defense Secretary Robert Gates (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - GuestofaGuest.com

Profitability on the Party Circuit - Interview with Founder/Editor Rachelle Hruska (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Outlook On Dynegy

Interview and discussion with Bruce Williamson, C.E.O. of Dynegy. He gives his outlook in his company's power prices and demands. (Bloomberg News)

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Beslan victims search for justice

Five years on, families still look for answers to the massacre where almost 200 children died

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Inside Look - Lukoil Beats Estimates

Interview and discussion with the Director for Strategic Development of Lukoil, Andrei Gaidamaka. He says crude inventories fall, but still at high levels. (Bloomberg News)

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McAfee Force To Sell House

John McAfee fortunes shrink from $100 million to just four million dollars. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 8.31

Suzanne O'Halloran is live from the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are set to kick off lower. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 8.31

Suzanne O'Halloran is live from the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are set to kick off lower.

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Paring Retail

Mutual funds, pensions, and endowments unload consumer stocks at the fastest pace in 14 year. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Missing Madoff

Interview and discussion with Erin Arvedlund, "To Good To Be True" Author. He talks about the report on how and why the SEC messed Bernie Madoff masive fraud. (Bloomberg News)

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High School Coach on Trial

Harry Smith spoke to a friend of former high school football coach Jason Stinson, who faces five years in prison for the death of 15-year-old player Max Gilpin. Mark Strassman reports.

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GM to form China venture with FAW

GM agrees to build new China plant to add 100,000 units capacity by the end of 2010.

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Joint Strike Fighter Program Costs $298B

White House boost budget for F-35 fighter planes. (Bloomberg News)

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Cuddle Parties

The early show correspondents discuss cuddle parties meant to provide an environment for strangers to rediscover touch and affection to help deal with stress. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Jaycee's Family Runion

Maggie Rodriguez spoke to Carl Probyn, Jaycee Lee Dugard's stepfather, and the two officers responsible for breaking the case about Jaycee's condition and her emotional family reunion after 18 years.

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In-Depth Look - Afghanistan

Interview and discussion with NATO Secretary General, Anders Rasmussen. He talks about the growing war in Afghanistan. He says NATO must attract, train more Afghan soldiers. (Bloomberg News)

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Jaycee Captivity Details

New photos and details regarding Jaycee Dugard's captivity have surfaced, John Blackstone reports. A colleague of sex-offender Phillip Garrido spoke about his personality.

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H1N1 Hits College Campuses

Colleges across the country are educating students in preventing the spread of H1N1 flu. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Survived a Week at Sea

Harry Smith spoke with two men who survived a week at sea after their boat capsized.

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Kennedy Niece on 'Teddy'

Harry Smith spoke with Kathleen Kennedy Townsend about her late uncle, Sen. Ted Kennedy.

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Inside Jaycee's Mind

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with forensic Psychologist Brian Russell about how Jaycee Dugard will be able to transition back to her real family.

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Space meeting for U.S. shuttle

U.S. space shuttle 'Discovery' arrives at the International Space Station for a nine-day stay.

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Calif. Fires Claim 2 Lives

Massive Calif. fires claimed the lives of two firefighters when their engine went off a cliff. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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In-Depth Look - Bond Yield Hitting 4.2%

Interview and discussion with the Barclay's Capital Interest Rate Strategist, Michael Pond. He gives his insights about the bond yield and the market. (Bloomberg News)

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GM to form China venture with FAW

GM agrees to build new China plant to add 100,000 units capacity by the end of 2010.

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In-Depth Look - Clear Signs Of Global Rebound

Interview and discussion with John Lipsky of the IMF First Deputy Managing Director. He gives his thoughts regarding the economic rebound. (Bloomberg News)

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Dalai Lama visits Taiwan

In a first visit to the self-ruled island since 2001, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader prays for Taiwan's typhoon victims.

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What's It Worth - AIG

A.I.G. stocks rally. A.I.G. says their book value is $82, Bear Stearns says after you subtract tarp that number drops down to -$7. (Bloomberg News)

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Uptick in Concern Over H1N1 Virus

Currently, 17% of Americans say they are worried about getting the H1N1 virus (swine flu), up from the 8% who said the same in June.

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'Final Destination' Tops Box Office

Horror flick "Final Destination" tops ticket sales with over $20 million. (Bloomberg News)

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Japan gets new government

Tokyo wakes up to a new political reality after a general election that is expected to see the ruling coalition government losing power for the first time in 50 years.

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Straw Says Megrahi Trade Deal Untrue

Scottish and British government denies the Lockerbie bomber's release is a part of an oil contract in Libya. (Bloomberg News)

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US Open Under Dogs

Kim Clijsters says there are a lot of lower ranked good players hoisting the trophy. (Bloomberg News)

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US Open For Business

U.S. open brings almost $450 million in economy. (Bloomberg News)

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Slocum Wins Barclays Title

Slocum wins the Barclays's P.G.A. tour after Tiger Woods missed the seven foot birdie. (Bloomberg News)

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Goldman Says China Remains 'Bright Spot'

Goldman Sachs calls Chinese stocks a bright spot among global equities. (Bloomberg News)

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Citi Beefs Up Asia Commodities Team

CitiGroup expands its commodity team in Asia in a double digit pace. (Bloomberg News)

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Buffett's MidAmerican To Boost Stake In BYD

MidAmerican wants to raise its stake in B.Y.D. (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- China weighs

Shanghai shares tumbled over 6 percent, erasing gains in Japan after an opposition election win.

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European Market Check

European market posts big drop this open. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks plunge in today's open. (Bloomberg News)

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Myanmar refugees flee to China

Myanmar refugees wait for situation to stabilise as they weigh options to return home from China as the government forces take control of their hometown.

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Kidnap Questions Remain

In the case of Jaycee Dugard, some people think the parole officer who regularly visited the property should have discovered the secret backyard prison. As John Blackstone reports, questions remain.

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Myanmar ethnic refugees in China following clashes

Refugees who fled Myanmar into China after deadly clashes between junta forces and ethnic rebels have begun trickling back across the border, but some say they fear going home to more unrest. Duration: 01:28

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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Final Destination No. 1 at box office

The latest celebrity news including a top spot for "The Final Destination" at the box office, a tribute to Thriller and Madonna wraps up her tour.

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Evening News Online, 08.30.09

Sunday: In California, authorities are pleading with residents to evacuate as wildfires continue; Plus, A man who has spent his years since retiring from space exploration as an artist

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Jesus of Siberia- an ex-traffic cop turned Messiah

He used to be a traffic cop, but for thousands of followers, Vissarion is no less than the second coming of Jesus of Nazareth, reincarnated 2,000 years after his crucifixion, deep in the Siberian wilderness. Duration: 02:20

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French workers strip down to save job

Across France companies have been forced by dire bottom lines to lay off staff, but employees at one factory are baring all to protect their jobs -- posing nude in a calendar to draw attention to their plight. Duration: 01:56

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S. Africa Mourns Kennedy

Ted Kennedy has been eulogized as a "liberal lion" of the U.S. Senate, but he also had a major voice in foreign policy too. As Michelle Miller reports, there is a lesser known chapter in his career in South Africa.

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An Apollo Artist

A man who has spent his years since retiring from space exploration as an artist, shared a spectacular vision of what he and very few others saw. Jeff Glor has the weekend journal.

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Polaroid's Second Act

Polaroid pictures became antiques last summer when the last company stopped making the film. That was the end, or so it seemed. As Mark Phillips reports, Polaroid may have a second act.

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Blood Thinner Breakthrough

Researchers recently announced that a potentially exciting new drug could be a great help for many heart patients. As Tony Guida reports, there are many risky side-effects.

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Political Upheaval

History has been made in Japan. For more than half a century, nothing could bring down the ruling party there, but the crumbling economy finally did. Barry Peterson has more from Tokyo.

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Cheney Strikes Back

A hotly debated issue has been the justice department's decision to prosecute those in the CIA accused of torturing prisoners. As Bill Plante reports, Dick Cheney is taking action.

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Kidnap Suspects Probed

Shocking photo's of the backyard prison that held Jaycee Dugard captive were recently released. As John Blackstone reports, police continue to look for answers surrounding this case.

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Wildfires Threatening Homes

In California, authorities are pleading with residents to evacuate as wildfires continue to threaten homes around L.A. As Hattie Kauffman reports, firefighters struggle to contain the raging blazes.

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Vital road to link eastern Afghanistan to Kabul

Road construction monitored by U.S troops is underway on the Khost-Gardez Pass, a road that connects eastern Afghanistan to Kabul.

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Wildfires rage in Los Angeles

More than 3,000 homes were evacuated on the northeastern edge Los Angeles on Saturday as wildfires spread across the region.

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Suicide bomber kills 12 in Pakistan

A militant blew himself up at a police station in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley.

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More attacks strike near Baghdad

Iraq continues to suffer from a rash of violence which has questioned the quality of the country's local security forces over the past two months.

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DPJ tipped to win in Japanese vote

Japanese vote in elections that look set to oust the long-ruling conservative party and give victory to the untested opposition, the Democratic Party of Japan.

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Fires threaten 10,000 homes in California.

A wildfire raging in a long stretch of the heavily populated Los Angeles foothills threatens 10,000 homes.

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Thousands party at UK carnival

Hundreds of thousands of revellers ignore economic woes and cloudy weather to attend the opening day of Europe's biggest street carnival.

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Missing pilots' remains head home

The remains of two Australian pilots killed during the Vietnam war are flown home.

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Thousands stranded on Chinese border

Ethnic Chinese refugees camp on the border with Myanmar to escape fighting between Burmese troops and local militia groups.

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Japanese elect a new leadership

The Democratic Party wins elections in Japan, setting Yukio Hatoyama up to be the country's next prime minister.

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Fashion tribute to 'King of pop'

Indian fashion designer pays tribute to 'King of Pop' Michael Jackson.

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Cameroon train crash drama

Investigations are underway after the country's second fatal train crash in two days.

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Thousands attend Jackson bash in New York

Thousands of Michael Jackson fans boogy to his music at a block party organized by filmmaker Spike Lee

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Blazing Wildfires Continue

CBS News RAW: Firefighters conduct drops of flame retardant on a wildfire burning at Angeles National Forest in La Canada Flintridge, Calif. 35,000 acres have been burned so far.

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Cheers for Japan's victorious centre-left

The opposition Democratic Party of Japan led by Yukio Hatoyama celebrated a landslide victory in elections on Sunday which ousted the ruling conservatives after more than half a century of nearly unbroken rule. Duration: 01:05

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America's farewell to Ted Kennedy

Tears flowed Saturday at the grand Catholic funeral for Edward Kennedy, eulogized by President Barack Obama as "the lion of the Senate" and by his son as a tender-hearted hero. Duration: 01:43

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Japanese voters say it's time for change

Voters at a Tokyo polling station say they want to see change and an end to more than half a century of almost unbroken conservative rule. The opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), led by Yukio Hatoyama, is set for a landslide victory in Sunday's election. Duration: 00:59.

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Gabonese head to polls in key election

Gabonese voters stood in long lines Sunday to pick a successor to late veteran leader Omar Bongo Ondimba, as his son Ali sought to win the presidency that his father held for 41 years. For those living in Gabon's slums, there's hope that a new leader will be a new beginning. Duration: 01:39

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Gabonese go to the polls in key elections

Gabonese voters stood in long lines Sunday to pick a successor to late veteran leader Omar Bongo Ondimba, as his son sought to win the presidency that he held for 41 years. Hundreds of people queued up in front of schools turned into polling stations which opened two hours late in several districts of the capital Libreville, as voting material arrived late and some election workers were absent. Duration: 00:44

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'Record' 13,000 Jackson fans groove to 'Thriller'

Close to 13,000 people attempted to smash the world record in Mexico City for the most people simultaneously performing Michael Jackson's famed "Thriller" dance, on the day the pop star would have turned 51. Duration: 01:17.

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Japans Hatoyama calls for change

The man widely tipped to be Japans next prime minister, Yukio Hatoyama, is the scion of one of the countrys most influential and wealthy political dynasties. Despite his roots in the moneyed power elite, Hatoyama has pledged to fight for the common man, often speaking of his vision of a fraternal society. Raw imagesDuration: 01:18

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60 Minutes, 08.30.09

Scott Pelley shows us where our society's electronic refuse ends up; Also, Steve Kroft examines credit default swaps; Plus, Morly Safer reports on the inventor, Forrest Bird.

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Schwarzenegger On Wildfires

Gov. Schwarzenegger holds a press conference on the CA wildfires that have forced many evacuations and threatened thousands of homes. Only 3 homes have been destroyed, but the fire continues to grow.

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Birdman

Forrest Bird's invention, the respirator, has saved millions and, at age 88, he's still living his life to the fullest, flying his planes and working long days. Morley Safer reports.

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Restaurant

The KPTVB12 local news story "Restaurant ", originally aired on August 19, 2009 at 12:59PM. The story was classified under the "General" category, and is related to the following topics: restaurant, dream team, new way, wrinkle, portland, oldest.

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Anything you want

The KPTVB12 local news story "Anything you want", originally aired on August 19, 2009 at 01:12PM. The story was classified under the "General" category, and is related to the following topics: los angeles, pool, sticky, couch, anything you want, living room.

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Slacking In The Future

On this episode of "The Tomorrow Show" Mo Rocca takes a look at the future of wasting time and visits MC Hammer.

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Shopping online

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Chicken breast

The KPTVB12 local news story "Chicken breast", originally aired on August 27, 2009 at 01:43PM. The story was classified under the "Food" category, and is related to the following topics: chicken breast, there you go, thigh, drum stick, you will, cut through.

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Let the games begin

The KPTVB12 local news story "Let the games begin", originally aired on August 27, 2009 at 01:38PM. The story was classified under the "Food" category, and is related to the following topics: chess game, kids, let the games begin, great game, your game, parents.

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Peer pressure

The KPTVB12 local news story "Peer pressure", originally aired on August 27, 2009 at 01:36PM. The story was classified under the "Crime" category, and is related to the following topics: peer pressure, girl, best friend, come back, cutest, high school.

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Financial WMDs

Steve Kroft examines the complicated financial instruments known as credit default swaps and the central role they are playing in the unfolding economic crisis.

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The Wasteland

Where does all the electronic refuse our society generates end up? Some of it is shipped illegally from the U.S. to China, reports Scott Pelley, where it is harming the environment and people.

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What Are You Carrying?

Everyday Andy Rooney sees people lugging around bags and backpacks that are filled to the brim with stuff. He says it is a sign of the changing times that everyone is carrying extra weight around.

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Thriller In Mexico City

Thousands gathered in Mexico City and may have broken the record for most people dancing to "Thriller" simultaneously, on what would have been Michael Jackson's 51st birthday.

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Face The Nation, 08.31.09

Colleagues of Senator Edward M. Kennedy remember his lasting legacy and the indelible mark he left on the political landscape.

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Congressional Colleagues On Kennedy

Senators McCain (R-Ariz.), Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) discuss the political impact on the passing of Sen. Kennedy.

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Remembering "The Liberal Lion"

Sen. Kennedy's closest friend in the Senate, Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Georgetown University scholar, Michael Eric Dyson remember the lasting legacy of Sen. Kennedy.

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Kennedy's Victory Lap

Sen. Kennedy "crashed and burned" many times in his early years, but he never gave in to the sorrows and tragedies. Bob Schieffer remembers Kennedy's "final laps" and the difference he made.

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Vows- Julie & Andy

Julie "Banderas" Bidwell and Andrew Sansone met on the set of Fox News, where he would bring dates to watch a show being taped. Four and half years and several breakups later, they're ready to wed.

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Vows- Vows- Julie & Andy

Julie "Banderas" Bidwell and Andrew Sansone met on the set of Fox News, where he would bring dates to watch a show being taped. Four and half years and several breakups later, they're ready to wed.

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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Afghanistan- An Election For Some?

In some areas of Afghanistan voters took part in Presidential and provincial elections, but intimidation and allegations of fraud are dogging the count.

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Evening News Online, 08.29.09

Saturday: Hundreds of mourners were gathered at a Boston church to pay their last respects to the late Senator; Also, firefighters are battling CA wildfires, and some are raging near Los Angeles.

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Last Respects to Kennedy

Politics took a back seat as Ted Kennedy was put in his final resting place. Hundreds of mourners were gathered at a Boston church to pay their last respects to the late Senator. Jim Axelrod reports.

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U.S. Capitol Says Goodbye

Hundreds of friends and colleagues have been waiting at the U.S. capitol for hours to say goodbye to the late Ted Kennedy, who walked the streets of congress for nearly 50 years. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Wildfires Approaching L.A.

In California, firefighters are battling a dozen wildfires, but one that worries them most is raging near Los Angeles which covers 9 square miles. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Jaycee Kidnap Case Unfolds

The solved kidnapping case of Jaycee Dugard stunned the nation. As John Blackstone reports, anger is growing that authorities missed opportunities in the past to crack this case.

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Nadal looks ahead to US Open

Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal, back after a knee injury break, hopes to be in shape for the U.S. Open.

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Kennedy, The Patriarch

Senator Ted Kennedy was the baby of the family who eventually became the patriarch. As Jeff Glor reports, a patriarch is the role Ted Kennedy was perfectly suited for.

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An Arlington Afterlife

Ted Kennedy's wish was to eventually join his brothers John and Bobby at Arlington cemetery. Wyatt Andrews has the story of how the Kennedy's came to rest in a military cemetery.

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Gabon set for key polls

Gabon goes to the polls Sunday to elect a successor to Africa's longest serving ruler Omar Bongo, whose son appears to be the frontrunner in the oil-rich country's presidential race. As campaigning wound down Saturday, Ali Bongo, 50, seemed to have a distinct advantage over a divided opposition, with the backing of the ruling Gabonese Democratic Party and a huge campaign war chest. Duration: 00:32

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Cow power electrifies Vermonters

Cows producing electrical power? On six farms in Vermont, cow manure is used to produce methane, which in turn runs engines that generate power. Vermonters are even willing to pay a premium to use this home grown, total green electricity. Duration: 01:50

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Cow power electrifies Vermonters

Cows producing electrical power? On six farms in Vermont, cow manure is used to produce methane, which in turn runs engines that generate power. Vermonters are even willing to pay a premium to use this home grown, total green electricity.

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Gabon presidential hopefuls in row

A bid to find a unity candidate in Gabon's presidential election backfired Friday, as four contenders denied having pulled out of Sunday's race to rally behind a rival to frontrunner Ali Bongo. All four dismissed a statement issued earlier Friday saying they had agreed to back former minister Andre Mba Obame in a bid to beat Ali Bongo Ondimba, son of the former president.

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Spaniard wins Ultra-Trail championship around Mont-Blanc

It's one of the most extreme of extreme sports, but 2000 athletes are participating in this weekend's punishing North Face Ultra-Trail championship. Now in its sixth year, the race winds up and around Mont Blanc. After a gruelling trek, the Spaniard, Kilian Jornet won the championship on Saturday. Duration: 01:04

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Ultra-Trail, the ultimate extreme sports, kicks off

It's one of the most extreme of extreme sports, but 2000 athletes were at the start-line Friday to participate in the punishing North Face Ultra-Trail championship. Now in its sixth year, the race winds up and around Mont Blanc and lasts for days. Duration: 00:42.

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Spotlight on photojournalism at French festival

The Visa Pour l'Image international photojournalism festival opened in southwestern France on Saturday. The festival which runs through September 13, highlights coverage of the year's major news events including the Gaza war, Iraq and Afghanistan. Duration: 00:52

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Crowds pay respects to Kennedy

Citizens gather in the rain to pay their respects to Senator Edward Kennedy ahead of his funeral in Boston.

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Tributes paid at Kennedy funeral

U.S presidents, members of Congress join family and friends to bid farewell to U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy who died of brain cancer at the age of 77.

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Kidnap Horror

Allison Jacobs and Lisa Campbell of the U.C. Berkeley Police Department tell Erica Hill how their actions helped uncover Jaycee Lee Dugard, held captive for 18 years by a convicted sex offender.

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Calif. Wildfires Continue

CBS News RAW: California Wildfires have threatened homes while flames continue to rise.

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Nashville's Will Hoge

Nashville based singer Will Hoge is in the Second Cup Cafe this week. His new album "The Wreckage" hits shelves next month, and he performs his new single, 'Even If It Breaks Your Heart'

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'Love Burger' On a Budget

Chef Tim Love is our Chef on a Shoestring this week. He prepares a Caesar Salad, the "Love Burger" with Chile Parmesan Potato Chips, and a Vanilla Brandy Spiked Chocolate Shake.

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Under the Radar, 08.29.09

On this week's Under the Radar, Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us some love-hungry gorilla's; Also, the amazing winner of 'Ukraine's got talent', Plus, baseball themed caskets.

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After Abduction

Now that the family of Jaycee Dugard is finally reunited, they will be dealing with many future obstacles. Erica Hill speaks with Ernie Allen about what it would take for this family to move forward.

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Libido Boost

Chris Wragge is joined with Body + Soul Senior Editor Terri Trespicio, who shows us how to fire up your sex drive, the natural way, by looking at supplements and foods that give you a body boost.

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Final campaigns in Japan election

Japan's Aso and Hatoyama make final campaign pitch to voters ahead of general elections.

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Australia battles against bushfires

Australian authorities declare a state of emergency as flames threaten homes near bushland south of Sydney.

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Iraqi politician Hakim laid to rest

Leading Shi'ite figure Abdul Aziz al-Hakim is buried in Iraq's holy city of Najaf amid fears of heightened instability.

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Brown on surprise Afghanistan trip

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes a surprise visit to Helmand Province and Kabul as Afghans await the outcome of their elections.

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Third time lucky for US space launch

The space shuttle Discovery lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on its third attempt.

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Trouble brewing for wine industry

French wine producers are changing their methods to cope with global warming.

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Yemen rebels seize army weapons

Yemen rebels in country's north-west seize military weapons as violence in the region intensifies.

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Organic makeover for Belgian castle

Belgian museum Seneffe Castle gets a new - if temporary - look for its courtyard.

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Iraqis mourn death of Hakim

Thousands of Iraqis flock to a Shi'ite shrine in Kerbala to mourn the death of cleric and political leader Abdul Aziz al-Hakim.

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UNASUR talks end on Colombia-US deal

South American leaders have ended their talks on a Colombia-US military deal, with leaders suspicious of its merits and pledging further investigation into the matter.

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Laughter, tears at Kennedy memorial

Republicans and Democrats came together at a private service to honor Senator Edward Kennedy, the patriarch of an American political dynasty.

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Classical musicians go wild in Japan

A group of classical musicians dress up in animal costumes to get kids interested in music.

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Climate change 'meltdown' in China

Sculptures of children carved from glacial melt were displayed in Beijing as Greenpeace marks the 100-day countdown to climate talks.

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Development or Economic Discrimination?

A poor county in central Alabama is getting more than $3 million to dispose of coal ash, but many residents are furious.

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Politics- Ted Kennedy Jr.'s Eulogy

Ted Kennedy Jr. remembers his father during the funeral service.

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World- Afghanistan- An Election For Some?

In some areas of Afghanistan voters took part in Presidential and provincial elections, but intimidation and allegations of fraud are dogging the count.

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Politics- Video- President Obama's Eulogy

President Barack Obama delivers the eulogy of Senator Edward M. Kennedy in Boston in front of dignitaries, family, and friends.

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U.s.- Development or Economic Discrimination?

A poor county in central Alabama is getting more than $3 million to dispose of coal ash, but many residents are furious.

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Friday, August 28, 2009

Sen. Hatch On Kennedy

At a memorial service in Boston, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) discussed his late friend, Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy. Despite their ideological differences, the two shared a friendship.

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Richardson In Cuba

Gov. Bill Richardson (D-N.M.) traveled to Cuba in an effort to restore diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the communist nation. CBS News' Portia Siegelbaum reports from Havana.

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Caroline On Her Uncle

Caroline Kennedy discussed her "Uncle Ted," Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, who recently died from brain cancer at the age of 77, during a memorial service held in Boston at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.

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Still Flying Despite Recession

Analysis and discussion with the CEO of JetBlue Dave Barger. He says he remains on track to report a profit this year despite tremendous headway and he is well-positioned to pick some of the pieces that remain from an industry shattered by the recession. (For The Record)

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Ted Kennedy's Legacy

The third longest serving senator in American history, the late senator involves in many major domestic and foreign policy issues over these crucial decades. (Political Capital)

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Bernanke's Second Term

The reason why President Obama nominates Ben Bernanke is to keep the current team in place. (Political Capital)

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Minnesota On Health Care

Analysis and discussion with Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty. He says Minnesota is a model for the nation and he looks at what he can do to offer a better direction. (Political Capital)

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Biden- Kennedy Like a Brother

Vice President Joe Biden spoke in honor of Senator Edward Kennedy during the memorial service, mentioning that Kennedy was like an older brother and mentor.

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SEC's Reputation Restoration

Analysis and discussion with the SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro. She says the American public needs an SEC that is aggressive on enforcement to ensure that the playing field is level for them to participate in the market. (Venture)

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Worth Magazine Reinvents

A new magazine is out in the market today in paper form. (Taking Stock)

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Invest In Stocks On Sale

Analysis and discussion with John Buckingham of Al Frank Asset Management. He says he does not like to pay full price for anything and he is a value player on the hunt for bruised and beaten down stocks that have a bright future. (Taking Stock)

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Kerry- Learning from the Master

Senator John F. Kerry (D-Mass,) spoke about Edward Kennedy's dedication to health care, and his experience "learning from the master" during the memorial service at the JFK presidential Library.

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Cash Is A Clunker

Analysis and discussion with the Chief Investment Officer of Advisors Capital Management Chuck Lieberman. He says investors who get out of the plunging market go to cash and they do not anticipate the market would rebound so sharply. (Taking Stock)

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Leverage Rises On Wall Street

Banks boost lending to buyers of high-yield loans as well as mortgage bonds. (Taking Stock)

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U.S. Stock Market Plunges

Stocks fall as investors unload some of the shares that they buy to protect their portfolios. (Taking Stock)

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McCain Remembers Teddy

During a special memorial service held at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) paid tribute to his lifelong friend and colleague, Democratic Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy.

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Dodd- Teddy Changed America

During the memorial service for Senator Edward Kennedy at the JFK presidential Library, Senator Christopher J. Dodd shared his personal memories and admiration for his close friend and colleague.

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Evening News Online, 08.28.09

Friday: Thousands gather in Boston to pay tribute to the legendary U.S. Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy, the last brother of Camelot; Also, L.A. County faces massive wildfires.

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Nephew- Teddy Was Always There

Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II (D-Mass.) discussed his uncle, Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy (D-Mass.) during a memorial service held in Boston. Kennedy said that his "Uncle Teddy" was always there for him as a youth.

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Jackson's death ruled a homicide

The Los Angeles coroner's office has ruled the death of Michael Jackson a homicide and that he died of acute propofol intoxication.

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What's next after "clunkers"?

GM may raise funds to keep Opel, as the Big Three struggle to cut costs and boost demand.

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