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Saturday, October 31, 2009

A Case for Murder

A charismatic ladies man... his vicious stabbing death and conflicting clues. Will the blood evidence bring justice? Maureen Maher reports, Saturday. Nov. 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Deadly Prophecy

In Full: A woman has visions of dying before she drowns... was it murder or a prophecy fulfilled? Susan Spencer reports.

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Caught on Tape

Faced with an extortion charge, Jim McElyea, who claimed Doug Grant confessed to killing his wife, Faylene, agreed to help Gilbert, Ariz. police get a confession from Doug Grant on tape. Listen to excerpts of the police wiretap.

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In Faylene's Words

Faylene Grant was a devout Mormon who spent much time writing down her thoughts. Her daughter, Jenna, reads excerpts from her journals.

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Faylene's Family Speaks

Faylene's sisters and mother say they always suspected Doug was responsible for her death. Watch more of their "48 Hours Mystery" interview.

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911 Call- Deadly Prophecy

On Sept. 27, 2001, Doug Grant called his friend, Chad White, to say he had just discovered his wife, Faylene, unconscious in the bathtub. White, a physician's assistant, immediately dialed 911.

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Evening News Online, 10.31.09

Saturday: The growing business of haunted houses, scaring visitors for fun, and profit; Plus, Afghanistan election appears to be in jeopardy as there may be a boycott at the polls.

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Haunted Housing Boom

Halloween is becoming a commercial season and visits to local haunted houses are becoming a part of this holiday. Terrell Brown shows us the growing business of scaring visitors for fun, and profit.

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Book Price War

The American Booksellers Association is accusing three giant retailers of "predatory pricing." As Hari Sreenivasan reports, the group fears these book wars could close many independent bookstores.

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NASA's Future in Question

After NASA successfully test-fired a new prototype for the next generation manned spacecraft, many are wondering: what's next? As Daniel Seiberg reports, NASA's future is in serious question.

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Marathon Dangers

As 40,000 runners prepare for the upcoming NYC Marathon, a growing number don't live to savor the experience. As Kimberly Dozier reports, marathons could be hazardous to some runners' health.

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Middle East Diplomacy

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in the Middle East making another push for new peace talks. From there she flew to Jerusalem for talks with Israeli leaders. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Oversight Failures

Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme victims and their lawyers have new evidence to examine as new documents reveal eye-opening claims by Madoff himself. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Afghan Election in Jeopardy

The closely-watched runoff election in Afghanistan appears to be in jeopardy as the challenger to the incumbent president is signaling that he may call for a boycott at the polls. Mandy Clark reports.

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Kohl, Gorbachev, Bush and Merkel mark fall of Berlin Wall

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the world leaders in 1989 -- ex-German chancellor Helmut Kohl, former US president George Bush and the Soviet Union's last head of state Mikhail Gorbachev -- gathered in Berlin on Saturday for a formal ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Duration: 01:03

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A Marathon Around My Block

Andy Newman of The Times embarks upon his personal marathon, circling the block with his dog, Barnaby the Basset.

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Frightening Meal on a Budget

On this week's "Chef on a Shoestring", Mike Price prepares his Halloween meal on a budget, consisting of Pumpkin Soup Served in Pumpkin Bowls, Ghost & Bat Shaped Panini and Mini Caramel Dipped Apples.

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Halloween Costume In's and Out's

If you are waiting until the last minute to get your Halloween costume this year, than this segment will help so you don't make any big mistakes. Amy Palmer joins Ben Tracy to guide us.

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Inside Amazing Race- Week 6

It's the end of the road for dating couple, Mika and Canaan. Their race came to a close when Mika, refused to take the plunge down a six story waterslide. Chris Wragge speaks with the couple.

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Obama's First Year

It has almost been one year since Obama's historic election. However, has Obama been able to deliver all of his campaign promises? Kevin Madden, Larry Davis and Marc Ambinder speak with Erica Hill.

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Honor Society, "Over You"

The pop-rock band 'Honor Society' will join us this week in our Second Cup Cafe. They made a splash with their debut last month, making the Billboard Top 200. They perform their single "Over You."

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Haunted Hotels

There are scores of hotels across the country that claim to be home to ghosts. Travel Expert Peter Greenberg shows Chris Wragge some of the spookiest spots around the nation.

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H1N1 In Your School?

Hundreds of schools have shut their doors for a period of time this flu season due to an outbreak of the H1N1 virus. Hill speaks with Dr. Holly Philips about what to do regarding children and H1N1 in schools.

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Southern Tornados

After severe storms in the south, rains flooded roads, but Amid the destruction, a tornado blew a steeple off a church onto Michael Williams' car. Erica hill speaks with his sister-in-law.

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Under the Radar, 10.31.09

On this week's "Under the Radar", Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us a basketball playing-canine; Plus, cute critters celebrating Halloween.

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Women at Arms

A record number of women are coming home from war with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Four years after leaving Iraq, Shalimar Bien explains her continuing struggle.

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Man-sized coconut- a final resting place in Ghana

Coffins in Ghana can be an art form. Craftsmen produce fantasy coffins, catering for every sort of customer from fishermen and farmers to pilots and photographers. Tailor-made coffins reflect the trade of their clients. The aim: to pay tribute to the character of the dearly departed. Duration: 02:14.

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Flying trapeze stars at Paris Circus show

In 1859, Frenchman Jules L�otard presented the first ever flying trapeze show at Paris's Cirque d'Hiver. 150 years later, the family-ran circus pays a special homage to the impressive act in a new show called "Festive". The traditional lions, clowns and acrobats are also part of it. Duration: 02:11

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Friday, October 30, 2009

A Wedding Band You Take Seriously

The Dexter Lake Club Band, one of New York's premier wedding bands, performs "Don't Stop Believin."

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City Critic | Need Cash? Sell Your Gold

Ariel Kaminer heads down to the jewelry district with a handful of gold looking to turn it into cold, hard cash.

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Author Philip Roth on New Book

Chris Wragge and Erica Hill speak with acclaimed Pulitzer Prize-winning author Philip Roth about his new novel, "The Humbling," and his career spanning over 50 years.

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Evening News Online, 10.30.09

Friday: The White House releases a report claiming nearly 650,000 saved or created as a result of the stimulus; Also, a congressional corruption probe is leaked; And, a Broadway performer gains the "American Spirit."

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Preview- The Movie Pirates

They are the bane of Hollywood: criminals who copy films and distribute them illegally on the Internet, costing Hollywood billions in lost revenue. Lesley Stahl reports.

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Preview- Yakuza

How does a foreigner jump the line in America for a life-saving transplant? It might be because he is a high-ranking member of Japan's mafia, whose influence is worldwide. Lara Logan reports.

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Preview- H1N1 Vaccine

Scott Pelley reports on the manufacture, distribution and safety of the H1N1 flu vaccine.

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Homeless to Broadway

From riches to rags...and then back to riches. Michelle Miller reports on the harrowing story of Broadway performer Terri White, who faced tough times until an unlikely friend offered to help.

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MSNBC- The New York Times Edition

John Harwood and other New York Times reporters discuss Afghanistan strategy, the health care overhaul and the president's views toward women on MSNBC.

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Lamb Meatballs

Mark Bittman cooks lamb meatballs.

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Huge Selloff on Wall Street

One day after the government reported the economy is growing, there was a big selloff on Wall Street. Anthony Mason explains what happened.

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House Ethics Probe Exposed

An internal breach has exposed a congressional investigation of over two dozen lawmakers under scrutiny for ethics violations. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Schools in Danger of Failure

Although billions of federal stimulus dollars have been allocated to the education sector, Ben Tracy reports that many schools, especially in California, still face financial peril.

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Stimulus Funds Aids New Hires

With the newly released White House report on jobs created by the federal stimulus program, Dean Reynolds reports on how these funds have helped businesses hire new employees.

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Afghan Strategy Takes Time

President Obama met with the Joint Chiefs of Staff about troop levels in Afghanistan. As David Martin reports, the military now admits just getting troops there would take a long time.

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Stimulus Effect on Jobs

The White House has issued a report on the $787 billion federal stimulus package, claiming that more than 600,000 jobs have been saved or created as a result. Chip Reid reports.

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911- "Deadly Prophecy"

On Sept. 27, 2001, Doug Grant called friend Chad White to say he had just discovered his wife, Faylene, unconscious in the bathtub. White, a physician's assistant, immediately dialed 911.

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Intel's Smith Says Computer Demand Growing Amid Slowdown- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Stacy Smith, chief financial officer of Intel Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the recovery of the technology industry since the financial crisis and economic slowdown. Smith also discusses Intel's technology improvements, efforts to get its products into mobile phones and expansion of gross margins. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Paramount's Blum Discusses `Paranormal Activity' Success- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Jason Blum, producer of "Paranormal Activity," talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about the movie's success. The low-budget film about a demonic presence, may generate as much as $100 million in U.S. ticket sales, providing a year-end boost to Viacom Inc.’s Paramount Pictures. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Waldorf Says 2% of U.S. Marriages Start on EHarmony- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Gregory Waldorf, chief executive officer of eHarmony Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the number of marriages resulting from the dating Web site. Waldorf also discusses eHarmony's method of matching singles and the outlook for the company's growth. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Waldorf Says 2% of U.S. Marriages Start on eHarmony- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Gregory Waldorf, chief executive officer of eHarmony Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the number of marriages resulting from the dating Web site. Waldorf also discusses eHarmony's method of matching singles and the outlook for the company's growth. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Carl Icahn Discusses His Support for CIT Bankruptcy Plan- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire investor Carl Icahn talks with Bloomberg's Television about his decision to change his vote in favor of CIT's proposed pre-packaged bankruptcy plan due to material enhancements which have been made. (This report is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Portrait of a First Lady

It's been almost one year since the United States elected Barack Obama, its first Afro-American president. Obama's wife Michelle has been very visible by his side. She's known for her style and her engagement in public service. AFPTV looks back at Michelle Obama's first year on the job. Duration: 01:15

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U.S. Stocks Drop on Decline in Consumer Data, CIT Threat- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deborah Kostroun reports on the performance of the U.S. equity market today. U.S. stocks tumbled, ending a seven-month streak of gains for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, as declines in consumer confidence and spending and the threat of a CIT Group Inc. bankruptcy raised concern over the durability of the economic recovery. The dollar and Treasuries gained, while commodities retreated. (Source: Bloomberg)

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RBS's Stanley Sees U.S. Growth Topping 4 Percent in 2010- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Stephen Stanley, chief U.S. economist at RBS Securities Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller about the outlook for the U.S. economy. Stanley also discusses U.S. stocks and the labor market. (Source: Bloomberg)

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EU agrees deal on helping poor nations fight climate change

EU leaders on Friday agreed that developing nations will need 100 billion euros per year by 2020 to tackle climate change, but failed to put a figure to Europe's own contribution amid sharp east-west differences. A natural sound version of an AFPTV voiced report. Duration: 01:40

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Banking for women in Iraq

The only men are the ones standing guard outside: welcome to the first bank reserved exclusively for women. In the holy town of Najaf, one establishment has provided female-only staff for a female-only clientele. Duration: 01:25

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UBS's Palma Discusses Outlook for U.S. Economy, Stocks- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Jeffrey Palma, head of global equity strategy at UBS Securities LLC, talks with Bloomberg Television about the outlook for the U.S. economy and stocks. (This is an excerpt from the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Notebook- Sugary Cereal

With millions of dollars spent advertising cereal overloaded with sugar to children, Katie Couric says that it may be time for parents to start selecting healthier options, such as oatmeal.

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Rogers - Scott

BCSN video: Rogers - Scott high school football.

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10-30- Maumee - Perrysburg

BCSN: Maumee - Perrysburg high school football.

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10-30- UT-BGSU women's soccer

Highlights of the UT-BGSU women's soccer game provided by BCSN.

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A Conversation with Hulk Hogan

The Times's Dave Itzkoff talks with Hulk Hogan about his new book and his life in wrestling.

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Goldfarb Says Most Real Estate Rents May Have Stabilized- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Alexander Goldfarb, an analyst at Sandler O'Neill & Partners LP, talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about the outlook for the commercial real estate market. Goldfarb also discusses real-estate investment trusts (REIT) and the outlook for Vornado Realty Trust. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Holtz-Eakin Discusses Stimulus Impact on U.S. Job Market- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Douglas Holtz-Eakin, a former director of the Congressional Budget Office who was Republican presidential candidate John McCain’s top economic adviser in 2008, talks about the impact of the Obama administration's stimulus package on the U.S. labor market. President Obama’s Recovery Board will report today that the $787 billion stimulus passed in February is directly responsible for saving or creating about 640,329 jobs so far, Vice President Joe Biden said. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Rupkey Says U.S. `Very Close' to Unemployment Rate Peak- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Christopher Rupkey, chief financial economist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Lori Rothman about the U.S. economy, consumer spending and the stimulus package. Spending by U.S. consumers fell in September for the first time in five months after the government’s auto-rebate program expired. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Bank of America's Bianco Discusses U.S. Stocks, Earnings- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- David Bianco, head of U.S. equity strategy at Bank of America Corp., talks with Bloomberg Television about the U.S. stock market and corporate earnings. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Paliwal Says Harman on `Very Good Path' to Profitability- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Dinesh Paliwal, chief executive officer of Harman International Industries Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman and Zahra Burton about the company's profitability outlook.¶ Harman makes audio systems for homes and vehicles. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Federated's Balestrino Discusses Fed Monetary Policy- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Joseph Balestrino, a fixed income market strategist at Federated Investors Inc., talks with Bloomberg Television about the outlook for the Federal Reserve monetary policy. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Tokyo-Mitsubishi's Rupkey Discusses U.S. Stimulus Plan- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Christopher Rupkey, chief financial economist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd., talks with Bloomberg Television about the U.S. economy, consumer spending and the stimulus package. Spending by U.S. consumers fell in September for the first time in five months after the government’s auto-rebate program expired. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Obama Signs Ryan White Act

President Obama announced regulations formally ending the 22-year ban on travel and immigration by HIV-positive individuals. He also signed the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009.

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Early Backstage- Halloween Hysteria

Adam "The Audience Guy" caught up with Maggie Rodriguez and Russ Mitchell to talk about their Halloween costumes.

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Dear Says Private Equity Needed to Meet Calpers's Target- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Joseph Dear, chief investment officer of the California Public Employees' Retirement System (Calpers), talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the fund's investment strategy and asset allocation. Dear also discusses Calpers's review of management fees and the fund's business relationship with Apollo Management LP. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Hamermesh Sees U.S. Labor Market Starting `Turnaround'- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Daniel Hamermesh, a labor economist at the University of Texas at Austin, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the outlook for the U.S. labor market. Hamermesh also discusses prospects for economic recovery and the impact of the $787 billion government stimulus on job creation. (Source: Bloomberg)

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EU Prepares to Crack Down on Hidden Bank Account Charges- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Chris Burns reports on the European Union's bid to crack down on hidden bank fees. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Best Midlife Jobs

More Magazine decided to find out what the ten best jobs would be, for women over forty. We sit down with Editor Jenn Braunschweiger who tells us it is not just about the salary or the benefits.

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Blackstone's Peterson Discusses Executive Pay, Dollar- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Peter Peterson, senior chairman and co-founder of Blackstone Group LP, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the likely effect of government pay caps on executives at taxpayer-rescued firms. Peterson, speaking on Oct. 28, also discussed a "dollar crisis" facing the U.S. and the outlook for the private-equity industry. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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'The Early Show' in Costume

The Early Show anchors donned surprise Halloween costumes from American Idol stars to the French Chef.

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Ablin Says `Upside Potential' in Stocks Is More Limited- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at Harris Private Bank, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua, Adam Johnson and Jon Erlichman about the performance of equities. Ablin also discusses the outlook for the U.S. dollar, and investment strategy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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An Early Costume Contest

Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez presented the finalists of The Early Show Halloween costume contest and announced the winners in both the adult and kid categories.

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Halloween Make-Up MAC Style

From butterflies and zebras to zombies and sharks, senior make-up artist of MAC Cosmetics Chantel Miller shows Russ Mitchell some fun Halloween make-up ideas.

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Spooky Halloween Treats

Sharon Bowers, author of "Ghoulish Goodies," demonstrates to Harry Smith how to make some Halloween treats including spooky spider cupcakes.

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L.A. vs. Marijuana Dispensaries

Shira Lazar spoke with L.A. Assistant City Attorney David Berger about Calif. laws against medical marijuana dispensaries.

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McClellan Says Moderates Key to Public Option's Future- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Mark McClellan, former administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and now a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, talks with Bloomberg's Lizzie O’Leary about the outlook for the so-called public option portion of the health-care overhaul legislation. McClellan also discusses the differences between Senate and House versions of the bill and the implications of an employer mandate for health-care coverage. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Blodget Sees Little Growth Ahead for Panasonic, Sony- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Henry Blodget, chief executive officer of The Business Insider, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about Sony Corp. and Panasonic Corp. The world’s two largest makers of consumer electronics reported half-year results today and narrowed their forecasts for annual losses after cutting jobs and closing factories. Blodget also discusses the National Basketball Association's move to offer games on mobile phones and the implications for the cable and broadcast television industries. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Fight for Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Shira Lazar spoke with Normal L.A.'s Bruce Margolin who is fighting against raids of L.A. medical marijuana dispensaries.

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Feldman Sees `Very Promotional' Holiday Shopping Season- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Joseph Feldman, an analyst at Telsey Advisory Group, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua about the outlook for the holiday shopping season. Feldman, speaking from New York, also discusses retailers that stand to benefit this holiday. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Chirac faces trial over Paris 'ghost jobs'

Former French president Jacques Chirac is to be tried on allegations that he gave 21 political allies false contracts as ghost workers in Paris city hall. Duration: 01:20.

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Trick Yourself Into Saving

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with financial contributor Vera Gibbons about how to trick yourself into saving money on expenses.

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T-Boz's Brain Tumor Battle

Harry Smith spoke with TLC singer, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins about her battle with a brain tumor that put her life at risk.

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Bernstein Discusses Jobs Created or Saved by Stimulus- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein talks with Bloomberg's Peter Cook about the impact of the stimulus program on the jobs market. Jared says stimulus has created or saved 1 million jobs in the U.S. so far. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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L.A. Dodgers' Divorce Battle

The L.A. Dodgers didn't make it to the World Series this year, but they continue to make headlines with a bitter divorce between the team's wealthy owners. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Omers's Michael Nobrega Seeks U.S. Pension-Fund Alliance- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Nobrega, chief executive officer of Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Deirdre Bolton about efforts to form an alliance of the largest U.S. pension funds to avoid reliance on investment consultants. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Philly Fan Offers Sex for Tix?

Phillies fan Susan Finkelstein spoke to Harry Smith about her Craigslist advertisement and being charged with offering sex for World Series tickets.

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China's Communist Party maintains firm grip on power

VIDEO: China's Communist Party has managed to retain power for 60 years, despite going through massive upheavals. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, what is actually going on in China?Duration: 1:59

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Pakistan army says it found passport of 9/11 suspect

VIDEO: The Pakistani army says it has recovered the passport of a suspected member of the terror cell that planned the September 11, 2001 attacks during its South Waziristan offensive. Duration: 1:13

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Early Black Friday

With K-Mart's Christmas shopping tips and Wal-Mart's early Black Friday sales, Susan Koeppen reports on how retailers are preparing for a better holiday season than last year.

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Briggs Says Gold May Reach $1,110 in Six to 12 Months- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Graham Briggs, chief executive officer of Harmony Gold Mining Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the outlook for gold prices. Briggs also discusses the company's production output and costs. Africa’s third-largest producer of gold raised production 5.6 percent to 373,431 ounces in the fiscal first quarter, beating its own output forecast. The Johannesburg-based company posted a net loss of 29 million rand ($3.7 million). (Source: Bloomberg)

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Wiltshire Recreates New York City

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire took a 20 minute helicopter ride over New York City and drew a panorama of the city from memory. Kelly Cobiella spoke with the artist as he signed the finished work.

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Extreme Weather in the South

With a flood watch in effect in Northwestern Louisiana, Ashley Morrison reports on the violent storms and tornadoes that caused a lot of damage in the southern states.

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Dennis Gartman Says He's `Bullish' on Gold, Grains- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Dennis Gartman, economist and editor of the Gartman Letter, talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about gold prices. Gartman, speaking from Suffolk, Virginia, also discusses his investment strategy for crude oil and his "bullish" position on the grain market. (Source: Bloomberg)

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FT's Lex Columnist McLannahan on Macquarie Group- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Ben McLannahan of the Financial Times' Lex commentary team talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about Macquarie Group Ltd.'s first-half profits, which fell 21 percent. (Source: Bloomberg)

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An H1N1-free Halloween

Dr. Jennifer Ashton showed Harry Smith how parents can prevent the spread of H1N1 flu during Halloween.

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French cafe not everyone's cup of coffee

The cafe has been a quintessential part of French life for centuries. It's where writers like existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre held court. But times are changing and this tradition is losing ground as discontent brews among its once loyal customers. Duration: 01:55.

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Briggs Says Gold May Reach $1,100 in Six to 12 Months- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Graham Briggs, chief executive officer of Harmony Gold Mining Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the outlook for gold prices. Briggs also discusses the company's production output and costs. Africa’s third-largest producer of gold raised production 5.6 percent to 373,431 ounces in the fiscal first quarter, beating its own output forecast. The Johannesburg-based company posted a net loss of 29 million rand ($3.7 million). (Source: Bloomberg)

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Consumer Confidence Report Due Today; Hertz to Offer More Midsize Sedans

OCt. 30 -- Bloomberg's Jane King summarizes the day's top stories on the Bloomberg Business Report.

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Calif. Military Aircraft Crash

David Martin reports on the overnight midair collision of a Coast Guard search plane and a Marine Corps helicopter gunship off the coast of Southern California. No survivors have been found.

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Citizen watch gets greenlight in Italy

Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was swept to power largely on an anti-crime platform. In November the government will give the greenlight to a controversial crime-fighting measure --- legalising citizen patrols of neighborhoods. The law is triggering heated debate. Duration: 01:39.

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Behind the mask of a West African tradition

For more than 100 years, the Yoruba and Nago peoples of West Africa have performed the gelede, a masked song and dance ceremony recognised by UNESCO as a masterpiece of oral cultural heritage. It's performed to mark major events -- in particular the annual harvest --but also plays an important role in society. Duration: 02:18.

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Obama Advisers Say Stimulus Responsible for 650,000 Jobs- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama’s advisers expect a report later today that will show the $787 billion stimulus passed in February is responsible for saving or creating about 650,000 jobs so far, according to an administration official. Bloomberg's Peter Cook reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Mom-To-Be's Miraculous Rescue

A car crash left a pregnant Sade Davis underwater and unconscious until rescuers miraculously revived her and her unborn baby. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Davis and her rescuers.

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Did Stimulus Save Jobs?

Economic Advisor to the V.P. Jeff Bernstein spoke with Harry Smith about the Obama administration's promise of saving one million jobs with the economic stimulus.

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Galleon’s Rajaratnam Asks Judge to Reduce Bail- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Raj Rajaratnam, the Galleon Group hedge fund founder accused of directing an elaborate insider-trading ring, told a judge he’s being treated worse than Bernard Madoff and asked that his bail be cut to $25 million. Rajaratnam, 52, requested in a letter yesterday that his $100 million bond be reduced. Bloomberg's Monica Bertran reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Hertz Expands Vehicle Fleet; Kohls Boosts Online Ads- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker reports on the latest breaking business news and top stories in today's Business Briefs. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Paranormal Activity' Profits From Web-Based Marketing- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Michele Steele reports on “Paranormal Activity,” a low-budget horror film that's being propelled by a Web-based marketing campaign. Industry experts say the film about a demonic presence may generate as much as $200 million in worldwide ticket sales. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Pesek Says Women Say More About an Economy Than Money- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg columnist William Pesek talks with Scarlet Fu about the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Gender Gap Index, which ranks countries by the gender gap between men and women in four areas: economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, political empowerment, and health and survival. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Engaging Employees in Wellness

Joseph Coughlin, Ph.D., named by The Wall Street Journal as one of America's 12 pioneers inventing the future of retirement and aging, asserts that everyday complexities of life can be the greatest barrier to individual well-being. In this segment of Gallup's special series, "Next Steps: Transforming Americans' Health and Well-Being," Coughlin how employers can engage workers in wellness and integrate emerging technologies.

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On Baseball

Jack Curry of The New York Times and Bob Ford of The Philadelphia Inquirer discuss the return of World Series baseball to Philadelphia and the New York.

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John Harwood Interviews Sen. Ben Nelson

John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC talks with Sen. Ben Nelson about President Barack Obama's plans. (Video: MSNBC)

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sexting and Teens

Sexting is the act of sending sexually explicit content by using digital technology. Psychologist Susan Lipkins talks with Dr. Jon LaPook about its influence on teens.

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Ask It Early- Credit Fees

In "Ask It Early," financial expert Ray Martin answered viewer questions about credit card fees.

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Get Out of Debt

It might be hard for us to admit that we may have credit card debt, but it's definitely a topic that we worry about, especially now when we are all feeling the impacts of the economy. Financial expert, Maribel Aber, stopped by to talk about how we can take control of debt.

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Levi Johnston's Playgirl Prep

In the second half of Maggie Rodriguez's exclusive interview with Levi Johnston, he discussed posing nude for Playgirl magazine and his thoughts on Sarah Palin's political future.

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Obama stands vigil as war dead brought home

President Barack Obama stood vigil to the homecoming of US war dead from Afghanistan Thursday as he debates ordering thousands of more troops into the battle zone. Duration: 01:17

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Levchin Says Slide Will Be Profitable `Pretty Soon'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Max Levchin, co-founder of PayPal and currently chief executive officer of Slide Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Mark Crumpton about the creation and sale of "virtual" goods and the outlook for Slide's profitability. Slide sells services on Facebook Inc. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Recession is abating'- Obama

President Barack Obama said Thursday that new data showing a return to growth meant the US recession was abating but cautioned that a long road to full economic recovery lay ahead. Duration: 00:25

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EU leaders to weigh top job applicants

Europe's leaders converged on Brussels for a two-day summit to consider candidates for a coveted new post of EU president and grapple with differences over helping poor countries fight global warming. Duration: 01:12

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Swaziland battles twin plagues of HIV, TB

A tuberculosis epidemic is overwhelming health clinics across Swaziland. It's fuelled by the high rate of HIV amongst the population. But the government and NGOs are fighting back. Duration: 02:18

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Inside Look At H1N1 Vaccine Production

60 Minutes Correspondent Scott Pelley tours the Sanofi Pasteur plant in Swiftwater, Pa., the only one in America making the H1N1 flu vaccine. The full report airs Sunday on 60 Minutes on the CBS Television Network.

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Hong Kong's ghostly seas warn of looming global tragedy

The live fish facing death in the glass tanks in Hong Kong's famous seafood restaurants tell a strange tale of a looming global tragedy. At the heart of their story is the bizarre fact that there are more fine fish swimming in the tiny tanks than there are in the surrounding sea. Duration: 02:02

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Dover Will "Bear On" How Obama Sees Conflicts

In response to a question about how seeing fallen soldiers return home to Dover Air Force Base will affect his decision in Afghanistan, President Obama said it will bear on how he sees these conflicts.

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Goolsbee Says Too Soon to Consider Exit From Stimulus- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Austan Goolsbee, a senior White House economic adviser, talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about the impact of the Obama administration's stimulus package on the economy. The U.S. economy grew in the third quarter for the first time in more than a year, propelled by stimulus-driven gains in consumer spending and home building. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Unplugged- Problems Progress In Pakistan, Afghanistan

CBS News' Bill Plante reports on President Obama honoring fallen soldiers returning home. Plus; Bob Orr spoke with New York Times' David Sanger and CBS News' Juan Zarate about the progressing problems in Pakistan and Afghanistan. And; with a little help from his friends, Gov. Jon Corzine is back in the race for N.J.'s next governor.

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Roth Says Wealthy Clients Are Not Shunning Swiss Banks- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Urs Roth, chief executive officer of the Swiss Bankers Association, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan and Jon Erlichman about the outlook for wealthy banking clients in Switzerland. Switzerland, which manages an estimated 27 percent of the world’s privately held offshore wealth, agreed in March to cooperate with foreign authorities on tax evasion probes to avoid being blacklisted as a tax haven by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Unplugged- Will Cash and Attacks Help Corzine?

In the race for governor in New Jersey, Republican candidate Chris Christie's lead over Gov. Jon Corzine has narrowed. As CBS News' John Bentley reports, will a last-minute cash infusion and string of negative attacks put Corzine over the top?

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Pakistan's citizens coping with daily fear of terrorism

Terrorist attacks are now becoming a common feature of life in Pakistan, with more than 300 killed since the start of October. While the country's army pursues its offensive against the Taliban in the South Waziristan region, ordinary citizens in the big cities are having to make major adjustments to their lives, in an environment where every trip away from home may carry a risk. Duration: 01:45

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Expelled UN official fears Zimbabwe govt 'could fall apart'

A UN torture expert expelled from Zimbabwe says he fears the country's unity government could fall apart, as regional leaders tried to mediate an end to the latest crisis. Manfred Nowak was detained late Wednesday on his arrival in Harare, where he was set to begin an eight-day investigation into alleged human rights abuses and arrests of activists opposed to long-ruling President Robert Mugabe. Images and soundbites. Duration: 01:07

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Barrick's Regent Says Closure of Hedge Books Made Sense- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Aaron Regent, chief executive officer of Barrick Gold Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the company's decision to close its hedge positions. The world's largest gold producer said profit excluding a $5.7 billion charge to eliminate fixed-price contracts and a one-time impairment expense was 54 cents a share, more than analaysts expected. (Source: Bloomberg)

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CME's Donohue Discusses Third-Quarter Earnings- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Craig Donohue, chief executive officer of CME Group Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the company's third-quarter earnings reported today. CME Group, the world’s largest futures market, said net income rose 20 percent to $202.3 million or $3.04 a share. (This is an excerpt of the interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Harry Smith on "A Prairie Home Companion"

Harry Smith appears in a "Cowboys" sketch with Garrison Keillor on "A Prairie Home Companion", where he acts, sings and even yodels.

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Harry Smith Shines on Stage

Harry Smith got his name in lights on stage next to Garrison Keillor in the hit series, A Prairie Home Companion.

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Peaches and Herb

For the past forty years they've been known as the sweethearts of soul, singing classic songs like Reunited and Shake Your Groove Thing. Now, Peaches and Herb are back with a new album and a new member.

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Hot Topic - Kim Coles

Rhiannon and Kim talk about the Balloon Boy and the ensuing controversy, reality television, and much more.

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Bay Street Theater

It is a cultural fixture in the small town of Sag Harbor in New York. The Bay Street Theater is an intimate venue that brings in very big talent. Lauren caught up with Alan Alda and Joy Behar at a benefit performance for the theater.

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Look Good, Feel Better

Sometimes, one of the hardest things a woman with cancer has to face is looking in the mirror. The loss of hair, eyebrows, and eye lashes can make it hard to put your best face forward. But there is a program out there looking to help women through their fight with cancer.

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Floral Pumpkin

After all the Halloween fun it's time to prep for your fall dinner parties. What better way to decorate than using pumpkins and flowers for a final touch. Evette shows us how it is done.

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Mayor's Alliance for New York City Animals

Some of our favorite four legged breeds were strutting their stuff at Javitz Center in New York City. It was all part of the Mayor's Alliance for New York City Animals, an organization that helps find homes for our furry friends.

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Dancing With Horses

So you think you can dance? Well, these horses sure can. The world famous Lipizzaner Stallions are touring the country, showing off their moves. We caught up with them in New Jersey to get a behind the scenes look.

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Sexy Halloween Costumes

Halloween costumes aren't just for kids, there are no shortage of adult costumes. But which will get you noticed as sexy and not trashy? We hit the streets to find out.

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Sexy Sanitizer

The Early Show anchors sampled some of the latest trendy skin sanitizers from brands like Ed Hardy.

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Romer Sees U.S. Consumers `Starting to Get Their Legs'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Christina Romer, chairman of the White House’s Council of Economic Advisers, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua, Jon Erlichman and Adam Johnson about the role of U.S. consumers in third-quarter economic growth. The world’s largest economy expanded at a 3.5 percent pace from July through September, exceeding the median estimate of economists surveyed by Bloomberg News, after shrinking the previous four quarters, figures from the Commerce Department showed today in Washington. Household purchases climbed 3.4 percent, the most in more than two years. Source: Bloomberg)

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Hovde Sees Need to Revisit Elements of Glass-Steagall- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Eric Hovde, chief executive officer of Hovde Capital Advisors LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Peter Cook about the Obama administration's effort to overhaul regulations governing the financial markets and the need to revisit elements of the Glass-Steagall Act. Hovde also discusses factors driving U.S. growth and economic outlook. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Author on Savant Brilliance

Dr. Darold Treffert, author of Islands of Genius, talks to Harry Smith about the levels of autism and what makes a rare number of them, like Stephen Wiltshire, geniuses.

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Four Star Recipes

Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert showed Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith how to make a four-star risotto.

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Stephansen Says GDP Signals U.S. Recovery `Is in Place'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Kathleen Stephansen, chief economist at Aladdin Capital Management LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Francine Lacqua about U.S. third-quarter gross domestic product and the outlook for consumers. According to the "advance" estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the U.S. economy, propelled by stimulus-driven gains in consumer spending and home building, grew at a 3.5 percent pace from July through September, the first expansion in more than a year. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Cheap Holiday Air Fare

Travel Editor Peter Greenberg spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about airline fees and how to find cheap holiday flights.

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Malpass Sees Up to 1% U.S. GDP Growth in Fourth Quarter- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -– David Malpass, president of Encima Global, talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene about the U.S. third-quarter gross domestic product and prospects for economic growth. The U.S. economy grew at a 3.5 percent pace from July through September, the first expansion in more than a year, propelled by stimulus-driven gains in consumer spending and home building. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Lutz Discusses Race to Prove CTS-V Is Fastest Car- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bob Lutz, vice chairman of General Motors Co., talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Greg Miles about today's race to prove the Cadillac CTS-V is the fastest four-door sedan on the road. Lutz will race a handful of high-performance rivals on a track in Monticello, New York. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Wiltshire's NYC Matches Up

Artist Stephen Wiltshire's detailed drawing of NYC from memory is compared with real images of the Big Apple. Michelle Gielan speaks to Stephen about his experience in New York.

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Shobowale Says Hosting World Series Is Win for New York- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Tokumbo Shobowale, chief operating officer of the New York City Economic Development Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton and Erik Schatzker about the potential economic impact of the Yankees being in Major League Baseball's World Series on the city. The Philadelphia Phillies opened the World Series yesterday with a 6-1 victory over New York at Yankee Stadium. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Memphis Opening Night

It was a rocking opening night of the electrifying and soulful new musical Memphis on Broadway. A DJ in the fifties breaks the rules, playing the rock and roll music he loves, from the underground clubs on Beale Street. Lauren was on the red carpet for the star studded event.

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Health Bill Unveiled

Nancy Cordes outlines details on how health care reforms will be paid if the current House bill becomes law.

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Chaz Bono Speaks as a Man

The man who was Chastity Bono, now Chaz, gives his first interview to Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart.

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K1 Hedge Fund Founder Helmut Kiener Held Under Arrest- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Philipp Encz talks with Francine Lacqua and Erik Schatzker about the arrest of Helmut Kiener, founder of Germany’s K1 Group hedge-fund firm. K1 Group is embroiled in an international criminal investigation after saddling banks, including Barclays Plc, JPMorgan Chase & Co., BNP Paribas SA and Societe Generale SA with about $400 million of losses, people with knowledge of the probe said. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Weiss Says Exxon Had a `Decent' Quarter- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Philip Weiss, an analyst at Argus Research, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about Exxon Mobil Corp.'s third-quarter earnings reported today and outlook for the oil refining market. Exxon said net income fell 68 percent to $4.73 billion, or 98 cents a share. The profit drop was the largest U.S. company's fourth straight after demand slumped for fuels to run cars, factories and airplanes. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Artificial Sperm and Eggs Grown

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about scientists that successfully grew artificial sperm and eggs from stem cells.

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Snow Covers Colorado

Up to 3 ft. of snow fell in Denver, Colo. in the state's heaviest October snowfall in the last decade. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Where to Find Work

Harry Smith spoke with CBS Moneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger about the best and worst places to find a job.

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The Imperfect Obama Marriage

The upcoming issue of the New York Times magazine took a candid look at the Obama marriage. President Obama and the First Lady opened up on their imperfect marriage. Harry Smith reports.

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Americans Still Unemployed

While the economy is recovering, the unemployment rate continues to increase and thousands of jobs lost may be gone for good. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Mortgage Rates May Get More Volative as Fed Ends Program; Costco to Start Accepting Food Stamps; Wal-Mart to Sell Caskets Online

Oct. 29 -- Bloomberg's Jane King summarizes the day's top stories in the Bloomberg Business Report.

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Obama Meets Mourning Military Families

President Obama spent the night meeting military families mourning fallen soldiers from the war in Afghanistan. As Bill Plante reports, Obama has yet to announce a new strategy for the war.

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McCullough Sees Pressure on Hedge Funds to Seek `Edge'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Keith McCullough, chief executive officer of Research Edge LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about the insider-trading investigation of the Galleon Group and the pressure hedge-fund managers are under to gain market "edge." Bloomberg's Dan Colarusso also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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FT's Lex Columnist Allison Comments on Nintendo Forecast- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Kevin Allison of the Financial Times' Lex commentary team talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about Nintendo Co.'s lowered annual profit and revenue forecasts. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Carnell Says Sustained U.S. Economic Growth Is Doubtful- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Carnell, chief international economist at ING Financial Markets, talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the outlook for the U.S. economy. The U.S. probably grew in the third quarter for the first time in more than a year, driven by gains in consumer and government spending that have failed to reduce unemployment, according to economists surveyed by Bloomberg News. Carnell also discusses the impact of government stimulus programs on economic growth. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Buffett Most Trusted in Poll, Obama Losing Ground- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., is regarded as the best assessor of financial markets by a plurality of almost one-fourth of respondents to a quarterly poll of investors, traders and analysts who subscribe to the Bloomberg terminal. Investors' confidence in President Barack Obama and his economic team dropped sharply during the past three months. Bloomberg's Lizzie O'Leary reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Senate Democrats Agree on Homebuyer Tax Credit Plan- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Senate Democrats plan to extend an $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers and allow benefits for some people who already own residences. Lawmakers expect to consider the measure as part of a bill to extend unemployment benefits. Bloomberg's Monica Bertran reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Speaking With Garrison Keillor

Harry Smith speaks with the host and producer of, "A Prairie Home Companion", Garrison Keillor about the history of his show, advice as to how to perform and how it all comes together.

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Hurried olive harvest begins in West Bank

The olive harvest has begun in earnest in the West Bank village of Qaryut. The harvest usually takes three weeks but the Israeli army is allowing pickers access to the fields for just two days, as the groves are situated very close to a Jewish settlement. Duration: 00:54

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CIT Swap to Expire; Volvo May Lose Suppliers on Geely- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on the latest breaking business news and top stories in today's Business Briefs. (Source: Bloomberg)

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French anti-poverty organisation Emmaus turns 60

Emmaus, France's biggest NGO fighting poverty across the world, is 60 this year. The organisation was founded by Catholic priest Abbe Pierre who was a thorn in the side of French politicians, relentlessly lobbying for the poor, and becoming France's most popular personality. Duration: 02:31

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Chip fat-fuelled bus on climate change mission

As world leaders gear up for a crucial change conference in Copenhagen, one Englishman is doing his best to spread the word about fuel efficiency. Adventurer and eco-campaigner Andy Pag is travelling round the world in an old school bus, powered by nothing but used chip fat. Duration: 01:59

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Saving East German books from rubbish heap

For nearly 20 years, Reverend Martin Weskott has been saving books printed in the former East Germany from the rubbish heap of history. He stores them in a barn and opens the site up once a week to give people the chance to buy the Communist-era literature. Weskott believes he has sold about one million East German books over the years. Duration: 01:32

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Obama- one year since the election

On the eve of the first anniversary of Barack Obama's election, AFPTV looks at how the US President's image has weathered the beginning of his presidency. Duration: 01:40

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An opera costume for Halloween

A mob of dress-up enthusiasts grabbed armfuls of robes, masks and turbans at the Washington National Opera's huge pre-Halloween costume sale. Diehard fans paid from five dollars to more than two thousand dollars for costumes worn by some of opera's greatest stars. Duration: 01:26

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Jackson Charity; Obama vs. Rats

Washington Whispers Editor Paul Bedard goes behind the scenes of a rock 'n' roll auction, an enviro-extremist TV start, and President Obama's encounter with rats.

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New Jackson Doc Reviewed

CBS News blogger Shira Lazar goes "On The Scene" with Hollywood.com's Paul Dergarabedian, who attended the Hollywood premiere of the new Michael Jackson documentary, "This Is It."

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Evening News Online, 10.29.09

Thursday: The U.S. economy faces a rebound from the recession; Also, President Obama present at the return of 18 Americans killed in Afghanistan; And, a nationwide teen heroin epidemic emerges.

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School kids risk death in Chicago ganglands

Just a few miles from where Barack Obama celebrated his election as the first Afro-American president of the United States, residents are scared to leave their homes. Gang-ridden neighborhoods are so dangerous that walking home from school means risking your life. Duration: 01:43

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Manhattan moves to Doha for Tribeca film festival

A part of Manhattan and Hollywood stars moved to Qatar with the glittering opening on Thursday night of the inaugural "Doha Tribeca Film Festival." Martin Scorsese and Ben Kingsley were among the stars who graced the digital red carpet at the entrance of the new Islamic Museum of Doha, designed by Chinese-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei. Duration: 01:09

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Battle for the Roan

Energy companies want to tap the rich natural gas resources under Colorado's Roan Plateau but a coalition of sportsmen and environmentalists want the public area preserved for wildlife and recreation.

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Obama Salutes Fallen Troops

President Barack Obama flew to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to pay honor to the remains of 18 Americans killed this week in Afghanistan. Katie Couric reports.

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Heroin High

As dealers have refined production methods, more and more suburban American teenagers are abusing heroin, sparking a nationwide increase in lethal overdoses. Jim Axelrod reports from Massapequa, N.Y.

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Strange Sightings in Iowa

Scarecrows resembling townspeople began mysteriously turning up in Ackley, Iowa. Cynthia Bowers reports on their origin and how they are bringing in the bucks for the community.

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Financial Road To Recovery

Enduring staggering setbacks for more than a year, the U.S. economy is reportedly now experiencing a noticeable rebound from the recession. Anthony Mason looks at whether it will last, and when firms will start hiring.

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Clinton's Blunt Words

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accused Pakistan's government of squandering opportunities to capture al Qaeda leaders. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Saving H1N1 Patients Expensive

While parents of children battling the H1N1 virus remain alarmed, Mark Strassmann reports that these families also must face the stresses from the extreme costs for this medical treatment.

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Notebook- Obama at Dover

President Obama went to Dover Air Force Base late at night for the arrival of the bodies of 18 Americans who recently died in Afghanistan. Katie Couric says Mr. Obama faces difficult choices ahead.

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