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Sunday, January 4, 2009

Andy Jordan's Tech Diary- Smart Elevators

WSJ's Andy Jordan checks out the latest in "destination" elevators and finds out going up and down is not as easy as it looks.

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The 111th Congress Opens

Despite uncertainty over three high-profile Senate seats, Congress is hoping to move quickly on a number of fronts, The Times's Carl Hulse reports.

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Vows- Laura and Tom

Laura Smith and Thomas Winner talk about how their 10-year high school reunion eventually led to an opportunity to reignite his unrequited freshman-year crush on her.

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Daily Baggage

01.05.09 David Carr, the Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Pressure Grows For Gaza Cease-Fire

As the Palestinian death toll topped 500 on Sunday, the Pope called for an end to hostilities and Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown urged Arab nations to use their influence to rein in militants.

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Domino's Oven-Baked Sandwiches

With U.S. ad spending expected to fall 6.2% this year, more brands are taking aim at their competitors, like Domino's with their new oven-baked sandwiches versus Subway. Courtesy of Domino's.

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Week Ahead- On Job Watch

Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires and MarketBeat Blogger David Gaffen discuss the forthcoming payroll report, plus a slew of other economic data.

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Second Life a new weapon of war in Middle East conflict

Television and Second Life are enlisted by Israel and Palestinian supporters during the renewed fighting in Gaza. The Israeli army took over a Hamas-run television station to broadcast demands for the surrender of Hamas leaders while Palestinians launch an online campaign in the Second Life virtual world.

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Former Gaza settlers say Israeli attacks are no surprise

Israeli settlers who once lived in Gaza said the attacks on the Hamas-ruled area were predictable and that the world had been warned.

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Casualties Rise in Israeli Ground Offensive

Witnesses said tanks and troops have virtually cut the territory in half. The number of casualties is on the rise, Reuters reports.

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Schumer- Franken Clear Winner, Should Be Seated

The head of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee says Al Franken should be seated in the U.S. Senate when it convenes Tuesday. (Jan. 4)

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Chance, Fate, Grief in Widow's Winnings

A Connecticut man bought a lottery ticket only to die from a heart attack the same day. Months later, his widow is collecting a check for over 10 million dollars from the winning ticket. (Jan. 4)

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Richardson Withdraws Bid to Be Commerce Sec'y

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has withdrawn his nomination to be president-elect Barack Obama's commerce secretary amid a grand jury investigation. Obama's transition office said Sunday that Obama has accepted Richardson's withdrawal. (Jan. 4)

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Congress to Hold Hearing on Madoff Scandal

The losses in an alleged Ponzi scheme run by Bernard Madoff are still being calculated, but lawmakers will get their first look Monday as they try to understand why the Securities and Exchange Commission failed to discover the scandal. (Jan. 4)

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Israeli Forces Split Gaza, Surround Biggest City

Israeli ground troops and tanks cut swaths through the Gaza Strip early Sunday, cutting the coastal territory into two and surrounding its biggest city as the new phase of a devastating offensive against Hamas militants gained momentum. (Jan. 4)

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Raw Video- Aftermath of Iraq Bombing

A female suicide bomber blew herself up on Sunday among a crowd at a revered Shiite shrine in northern Baghdad, killing at least 35 people and wounding at least 65. (Jan. 4th)

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Series of Powerful Quakes Kills 4 in Indonesia

A series of powerful earthquakes at dawn Sunday killed at least four people and injured dozens more in remote eastern Indonesia, cutting power lines and destroying buildings. (Jan. 4)

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Arabs Demand UN Call for Immediate Cease-fire

Arab nations are demanding that the United Nations Security Council call for an immediate cease-fire following Israel's launch of a ground offensive in Gaza. (Jan. 3)

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Seattle Police Fatally Shoot Armed History Buff

A college student dressed in a vintage German military uniform who was fatally shot by police early New Year's Day was a harmless, eccentric history buff, his family and friends say. (Jan. 3)

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Misery in Gaza- the tale of two fathers

The tale of two fathers in Gaza: one whose son narrowly escaped death, one who did not. Casualties among the nearly 500 Palestinians killed and 2500 wounded since the attack started.

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Weekend of protests in Paris over Gaza

Paris has seen thousands turn out in a weekend of protests both in support and against Israel's attack on the Gaza Strip.

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Self-flagellation in Afghan festival

Members of the Hazara minority in Kabul celebrate the Shiite Muslim festival of Ashura by flaying their backs with chains.

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Road Rage Over Gas Tax

While gas prices eventually plummeted substantially over the course of 2008, Priya David reports that politicians on both a local and federal level are considering a gas tax to help ease deficits.

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Israel Begins Gaza Invasion

Israeli ground troops have crossed the border along the Gaza Strip in an effort to deter Hamas forces. In a special report for CBS News, Sky News? Dominic Waghorn provides in-depth coverage.

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Under The Radar, 01.03.09

How did thousands of shoes end up on a highway? A man has turned his entire house into a Budweiser homage? Get ready for this week?s weirdest and wildest headlines!

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Recession-Proof And Delicious!

Dietician Diane Henderiks presents a tasty dinner for four with healthy and delectable recipes such as chicken chile rellenos and pina colada sundaes, all for under $35. A true recession special!

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Chill Out With Sonya Kitchell

She's just 19 years old, but Sonya Kitchell has already impressed the music world. Kitchell performs "For Every Drop," a new song from her sophomore album and latest release, "This Storm."

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5 Simple Ways To Get A Job

As the nation's level of unemployment continues to rise, Susan Morem, career coach and author of "Hot To Get A Job And Keep It," offers five simple and efficient tips when seeking a new job.

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Truth Behind Memory Enhancers

There are countless herbal remedies which promise to rejuvenate a person's memory, but which medicines truly work? Dr. Sean Kenniff sets the record straight in this "HealthWatch" installment.

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Staying Green At The Office

As many businesses are now trying to drastically cut expenses, ?Better Homes And Gardens? contributor Danny Seo offers solutions to stay both budget and environmentally friendly within the work place.

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Renting For The Inauguration

Many Washington D.C. residents are hoping to rent out their homes to the visitors who will attend Barack Obama s presidential inauguration. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Schieffer Reflects on Cheney

In an interview with CBSNews.com, CBS News' Bob Schieffer talks his early relationship with a thirty-two year old Dick Cheney. Schieffer will interview the outgoing Vice President on "Face the Nation" Sunday.

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Golden State Out Of Cash

With a massive 42 billion dollar fiscal deficit, the state of California is now facing a widespread economic emergency. Bill Whitaker reports from Los Angeles on this financial crisis.

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