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Thursday, January 8, 2009

T Takes- Brooklyn 09 Trailer

The second installment of our exclusive series.

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T Takes- Brooklyn 09 Episode 1

Starring Charlie Cox and Kate Mara. Directed by Brody Baker.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- Washington Has A Need For Speed

Everyone in Washington, DC, seems to be in a hurry these days. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says that for better or worse, that seems to be the only way the city knows how to get things done.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- Washington Has A Need For Speed

Everyone in Washington, DC, seems to be in a hurry these days. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says that for better or worse, that seems to be the only way the city knows how to get things done.

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Palm Unveils New Phone

Palm Inc.'s new touch-screen phone, the Pre, is the company's answer to Apple's iPhone and Research in Motion's Blackberry. The new product, which includes a slide-open keyboard, will run on the company's new WebOS operating system.

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California's Job Market Outlook

California's unemployment rate is among the highest in the nation, and the state's budget crisis is likely to prolong the problem unless "green" technology comes to the rescue. Stacey Delo reports. (Jan. 8)

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Negotiating an End to Gas Dispute

Russia's gas-export monopoly, Gazprom, says it will restore gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine once international monitors are in place. The ongoing dispute between Moscow and Kiev has disrupted fuel shipments to much of Europe.

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Congress Officially Declares Obama President

The final electoral vote count was read in front of Congress, officially declaring Barack Obama as the next president of the United States Courtesy Reuters.

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How the Credit Crunch Caused a Ripple

Chaper 1: WSJ's Julie Jargon explains how the credit crunch has pushed J.W. Hulme, a leather and canvas goods company, to the brink. The first video in a four-part series.

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Pope Avoids 'Concentration Camp' Comment

Relations between the Vatican and Israel are strained after the Jewish state condemned one of the Pope's aides for calling Gaza a "concentration camp." In his "state of the world" address, the Pope did not comment on the row but condemned the violence in Gaza. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Two Business Owners Look to Save 'Dream' Investment

Chapter 2: As they struggle to keep their dream investment afloat, small business owners Chuck Bidwell and Jen Guarino now face the realization of having to sell equity in the company.

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A Seamstress Simply Looks to Survive

Chapter 3: Luba Evarts was laid off from J.W. Hulme, a leather and canvas goods company, in September. Now back with the company, she just hopes she doesn't have to face another round of layoffs.

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A Bank Adapts to the Credit Crisis

Chapter 4: After denying J.W. Hulme a $250,000 loan because of the company's mounting debt, Minnesota-based Maple Bank has looked to "self preservation" in dealing with the credit crisis.

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'Bride Wars'

See a clip from the film "Bride Wars." Video courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox.

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Detroit Auto Show Determined to Show Progress

Dire industry conditions aside, U.S. and foreign automakers will nevertheless unveil some 50 new models at next week's North American International Auto Show in Detroit. MarketWatch's Shawn Langlois offers a preview. (Jan. 8)

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Oxford Offers a Business History Lesson

Oxford University's Chris McKenna says during times of economic crisis, look to the past for a broader perspective. He speaks with WSJ's Alina Dizik about a new history course at the university.

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Carpetbagger- NY Film Critics Awards

David Carr reports from the New York Film Critic's Circle Awards.

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No Smooth Sailing in Munis

Fiscal strains for state and local governments are making things trickier for municipal bond investors, says Warren Pierson of Baird Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund. Jonathan Burton reports. (Jan. 8)

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Top 2009 Gadgets

WSJ's Walt Mossberg talks about the top gadgets of 2009, from a headset that makes PC video games 3-D to HP notebooks, that are like a laptop and a netbook combined. Courtesy Fox News.

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Gazprom Stokes Selling in Oil

Phil Flynn, vice president at Alaron Trading, tells MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi that the possible resolution of the Gazprom natural-gas dispute could continue to push crude prices lower. (Jan. 8)

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Obama- Swift Action Required to Restore Economy

President-elect Barack Obama says the economic crisis in the U.S. is "largely of our own making," but that it's not too late to restore prosperity if the nation acts quickly. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Rockets Launched From Lebanon Raise Israeli Fears

Missiles land on northern Israel, the first from Lebanese territory since the start of the Gaza Strip offensive. Israelis say they fear that another front may be about to open up in the current conflict. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Joe the Correspondent to Cover Gaza

Joe the Plumber, who gained media attention during the 2008 presidential campaign, says he is set to be a war correspondent for conservative Web site Pajamas TV, covering the Gaza conflict. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Colorado Firefighters Battle Winter Wildfire

Wildfires in Boulder County, Colorado have burned 1,800 acres and forced officials to evacuate more than 900 homes. (Jan. 8)

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Raw Video- Casey Anthony Appears in Court

A judge has agreed to place some restrictions on how autopsy photos of Caylee Anthony are viewed by defense attorneys and experts for her mother, who is charged with the Florida toddler's murder. (Jan. 8)

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Jobless Reality Comes in Focus

Hundreds of thousands of jobless Americans wonder where their next paycheck will come from as the timetable for any economic relief begins to come into focus. Experts weigh in.

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The History of African-Americans in Washington

As Barack Obama prepares to become the country's first black president, the AP looks back at the long history of African-Americans in the nation's capitol. (Jan. 8)

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Costly Breast Cancer Tests

Dr. Jon Lapook spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about a new study that shows women are undergoing unnecessary and costly procedures to check for breast cancer.

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Presidential Lunch Club

In a historic meeting, President-elect Barack Obama met with and sought the counsel of President Bush and former presidents Bill Clinton, George Herbert Walker Bush and Jimmy Carter.

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Israel To Allow Gaza Aid

Israel will halt rocket attacks for three-hour periods along routes that will bring supplies to wounded civilians, reports Richard Roth. Harry Smith speaks to a doctor in Gaza.

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Notebook- Power Lunch

A meeting was held between all of the living former presidents, current president Bush, and incoming president Barack Obama. As Katie Couric reports, Obama hoped to learn from his predecessors.

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Winter Weather Slams U.S.

Much of the U.S. is suffering through another winter weather blast as ice and snow hit the northeast and a powerful storm system brought heavy rains into the northwest, Dean Reynolds reports.

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Presidential Power Lunch

A meeting took place between three former living presidents, current president Bush and incoming president Obama. Bob Schieffer gave Katie Couric some insight into their historic meeting.

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Rubbish

National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore laments Christmas trash and some of the things we throw away at other times of the year, for that matter.

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Is Israel Under Siege?

According to the Israeli Army, over 11,000 rockets and mortars have been fired from Gaza into Israeli in the past 8 years; for many this has created a siege mentality. Richard Roth reports.

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Americans Late On Paying Loans

A new report says more Americans are falling behind on their consumer loan payments. As Anthony Mason reports, nearly 3 percent of all loans in the 3rd quarter of 2008 were at least 30 days late.

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A Chance For Peace In Gaza

After a few precious hours of peace in Gaza, there is renewed hope that a lasting cease-fire can be reached between Hamas and Israel. But there is no guarantee. Mark Phillips reports.

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Protests, Resignation After BART Shooting

The Bay Area Rapid Transit police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man on a train platform early New Year's Day has resigned. Protestors filled the streets after Oscar Grant was shot and killed when he was lying face-down on the platform. (Jan. 7)

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Experts Baffled by Increase in Sick Pelicans

Wildlife experts are trying to figure out why sick, disoriented and bruised California brown pelicans are being found in record numbers along the Calif. coastline. (Jan. 7)

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Burris Reflects on His Trip to Washington

Roland Burris is back in Chicago. Burris, who was selected by Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich to fill Barack Obama's Senate seat, says the only thing he regrets about his trip to D.C. is not being sworn in with the newest members of Congress.

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Analyst Weighs in on Obama's CIA Pick

Critics say Leon Panetta, a former White House chief of staff, lacks the necessary background to head the CIA. But one analyst says Panetta would bring considerable international and management experience to the spy agency's reform efforts. (Jan. 7)

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Wash. Teen Charged With Drowning Newborn

A 16-year-old girl suspected of drowning an infant boy in a toilet and throwing the body in the trash was charged with murder Wednesday. (Jan. 8)

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Serbia Shivers As Gas Supplies Dry Up

The gas war between Ukraine and Russia is leaving more than a dozen nations in the cold and many residents searching for alternative ways to stay warm. (Jan. 8)

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Obama Offers Stark Warning if No Economic Jolt

President-elect Barack Obama urged dubious lawmakers to work with him to approve the largest taxpayer-funded stimulus ever, warning in almost apocalyptic terms that a dire economic future was certain without it. (Jan. 8)

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The History of African-Americans in Washington

As Barack Obama prepares to become the country's first black president, the AP looks back at the long history of African-Americans in the nation's capitol. (Jan. 8)

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Doctor Wants Kidney Back As Part of Divorce

A Long Island doctor, embroiled in a four-year long divorce from his wife, is making an interesting request. He wants the kidney that he donated to her back, or its equivalent value. (Jan. 8)

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Prosecutors- Madoff Was Ready to Send Out $173M

Prosecutors said Thursday that investigators found 100 signed checks worth $173 million in Bernard Madoff's office desk that he was ready to send out to his closest family and friends at the time of his arrest last month. (Jan. 8)

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Joe the Plumber to Become War Correspondent

Samuel Wurzelbacher, better known as "Joe the Plumber" during the 2008 presidential campaign, says he'll cover the fighting in Gaza for pjtv.com, a conservative website. (Jan. 7)

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Raw Video- Zoos Cope With Cold Temps

Zoos across Europe are having to deal with some frigid temperatures, some temperatures that some of the animals aren't used to. However, the polar bears aren't complaining. (Jan. 8)

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Heavy Rain Floods Washington Rivers

A mass of warm moist air from the Pacific has drenched Washington state, flooding rivers and creeks. Thousands of residents have been told to evacuate their homes, and dozens of highways have been closed. (Jan. 7)

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Kaine to Chair DNC

Kaine to Chair DNC

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Keeping Finances Organized

Correspondent Ray Martin spoke to Harry Smith about keeping finances and records organized.

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Ann Hathaway's Stellar Year

Golden Globe nominee Ann Hathaway talked to Maggie Rodriguez about her career and embracing her goofy side that "Bride Wars" co-star Kate Hudson loves.

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Scientology Beliefs On Soul

Tommy Davis, a Scientologist, explains the religion's tenets about the soul and eternity to Julie Chen when many Americans wonder about how the Travolta family will mourn Jett Travolta.

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The Future Of TV?

Daniel Sieberg spoke with Universal Display Corporation's Janice Mahon about organic light emitting diamond (OLED) display technology which allows for thin and flexible display screens.

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Husband Wants Kidney Returned

A New York doctor filing for divorce wants his wife to return the kidney he gave to her in exchange for his broken heart. A legal expert explains the details of the case.

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Teen Pregnancy On The Rise

A rise in teen birth rates after a 15-year decline suggests that some prevention tools may have been taken for granted, reports Bianca Solorzano.

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Analysis Of Obama Speech

Katie Couric spoke with Chip Reid and Anthony Mason about President-elect Barack Obama's speech regarding his new proposed economic stimulus plan.

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Israel targets Gaza mosques

Palestinian mosques are being targeted as part of Israel's Gaza offensive.

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Budget Winter Getaways

Harry Smith spoke with Travelocity's Genevieve Shaw Brown about the best winter getaways such as inexpensive cruises.

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Jobless Reality Comes In Focus

Hundreds of thousands of jobless Americans wonder where their next paycheck will come from as the timetable for any economic relief begins to come into focus. Experts weigh in.

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People's Choice Awards Fashion

Glamour magazine's Suze Yalof Schwartz spoke with Harry Smith about the fashion winners and losers at this year's People's Choice Awards.

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Brad Comes To Jen's Rescue

Brad Pitt told Kevin West from W magazine he never cheated on Jennifer Aniston and her "uncool" comment was blown out by the media. Julie Chen talks to Kevin West.

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Watch Phone Unveiled At CES

Julie Chen spoke with Natali Del Conte and Daniel Sieberg from the Consumer Electronics Show about an upcoming touch screen watch, phone and MP3 player.

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Loaded- Steveless Macworld & CES Day 1

Apple's Phil Schiller takes a stab at his first solo Macworld keynote, Sony launches a Netbook finally, and Tetris makes you more sane.

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Ballmer Still Trying To Have Fun

A sour economy doesn't dent Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's optimism for the future of entertainment at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nev.

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Travolta Friends Remember Jett

Memorial Services were held for actor John Travolta's son, Jett Travolta. Julie Chen spoke with friends of the Travolta family about their memories of Jett.

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C-Section Health Dangers

Harry Smith spoke to Dr. Rebecca C. Brightman about the long-term health effects of c-sections. A new study reveals that c-sections are at an all time high.

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Winter Wildfires Scorch Colo.

Wildfires have threatened 900 homes in Colorado where thousands of residents were warned to evacuate. CBS station KCNC-TV's Michelle Griego reports.

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Wild Western Storm

Extreme flooding forced evacuations and wind threw around tractor-trailers in Washington state, reports Dave Price.

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The �Bush shoemaker� makes a killing

After an Iraqi journalist last month threw his shoes at George Bush, nearly 400,000 pairs of the same make have shot from the shelves and the Turkey-based shoemaker is having trouble keeping up with demand.

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Israelis call for attacks to stop

A majority of Israelis support the military intervention against Hamas in Gaza, but some voices have risen up to denounce the offensive.

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Foreign-passport holders leave Gaza

A limited number of Palestinians holding foreign passports have been allowed to leave Gaza.

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McConnell- Don't make the problem worse

McConnell: Don't make the problem worse

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Obama on bleak economy

Obama on bleak economy

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Analysis of Obama Speech

Katie Couric spoke with Chip Reid and Anthony Mason about President-elect Barack Obama's speech regarding his new proposed economic stimulus plan.

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Obama's Hopeful Economic Speech

CBS News RAW: President-elect Barack Obama spoke at George Mason University in Washington, D.C. to detail his sweeping economic stimulus plan and the need for urgent action.

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Americans Late on Paying Loans

A new report says more Americans are falling behind on their consumer loan payments. As Anthony Mason reports, nearly 3 percent of all loans in the 3rd quarter of 2008 were at least 30 days late.

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Teen Pregnancy on the Rise

A rise in teen birth rates after a 15-year decline suggests that some prevention tools may have been taken for granted, reports Bianca Solorzano.

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Lebanon investigates rocket attacks

United Nations troops and the Lebanese army have sealed off the zone from where rockets were fired as they investigate who was behind the attack.

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Foreign passport holders flee Gaza

About 250 foreigners, including 48 from Canada, were evacuated in a special convoy from the Gaza Strip nearly two weeks into Israel�s assault.

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Obama's Economic See-Saw

As President-elect Obama continues his push for another stimulus package, many worry that it will be impossible to keep wasteful, pork-barrel spending out of the picture. Chip Reid reports.

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The Curious Case Of Brad Pitt

In "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button," high-tech special effects played a hefty role in transforming Brad Pitt from an elderly man to an infant. Pitt gives an exclusive look behind the scenes.

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Obama urges spending jolt to avert 'severe' recession

US president-elect Barack Obama on Thursday warned that only immediate and massive spending to jolt the world's largest economy could avert a deep recession and double-digit unemployment.

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Specifics of Stimulus Appeal to Americans

Large majorities of Americans say they would favor including income tax cuts (72%), tax cuts for business (75%), and a government infrastructure program that would create new jobs (78%) as part of a new economic stimulus package.

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