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Monday, January 12, 2009

Blood, Sweat and Duct Tape

Inside snowmobile racing, a sport which has gained new fame through its association with Sarah Palin's husband, Todd.

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Mourners Attend Funeral of Adolf Merckle

German billionaire Adolf Merckle committed suicide over what his family called despair of huge financial losses. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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State of the Credit Crisis

Barron's Mike Santoli contends there has been a dramatic improvement in many credit conditions that have been at distressed levels. But have stocks priced in the enough of the recession.

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Russia to Resume Gas Supplies

Russia and Ukraine sign a new agreement which should restart the flow of gas supplies start into Europe. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell speaks at GOPAC's Florida retreat.

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Madoff to Remain Free; Court Decision Explained

WSJ's Amir Efrati explains why a federal judge denied a request to jail money manager Bernard Madoff.

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Mutual Funds -- Down, Down, Down

Average decline in diversified mutual funds in 2008 was 40% and the outlook for 2009 is unclear.

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Nuclear Energy Is New Green Energy

Stocks of nuclear energy giants could surge during an Obama administration as it plans for heavy investment in clean energy.

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Market Anticipates Weak Fourth Quarter Reports

Bob O'Brien of Barron's Stocks to Watch notes that investors are anticipating weak fourth quarter corporate results. Alcoa has been downgraded even before it releases results

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Big Changes Ahead at Citigroup

Robert Rubin sets plans to leave the company, and Smith Barney may become part of a joint venture. Stuart Plesser, bank equity research analyst at S&P, discusses the company's uncertain future. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Jan. 12)

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Alcoa Signals Tough Quarter

Aluminum giant kicks off earnings season after the bell. The blue-chip metal producer, which was downgraded to sell ahead of its report, is down about 70% over the past year, near the bottom of the Dow industrials with GM, Citi and Bank of America.

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What Will Become of Citigroup?

Citigroup is showing signs of billion dollar losses in the fourth-quarter. WSJ's Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark and Deputy Markets Editor Dennis Berman wonder what's next for the ailing company.

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Bush Reflects During Final Press Conference

During his final press conference as commander in chief, President Bush reflects on his eight years in office. He spoke on a range of topics, including the economy, the Israeli-Hamas conflict in Gaza and his actions concerning Hurricane Katrina. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Regional Centers of Innovation

What are regional centers of innovation? How can the federal government cultivate regional centers? How can regional centers support economic recovery and growth?

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Street Theater Demonstrates Gitmo Treatment

Demonstrators from the organization "The World Can't Wait," show the public how they say prisoners are treated by the U.S. government at Guantanamo Bay. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Lance Armstrong Plays Down Victory

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong arrives in Australia for his comeback to professional cycling, dismissing the idea of a fairytale early victory. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Lexus Debuts Luxury Hybrid at Detroit Auto Show

From the floor of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich., WSJ's Joe White checks out Toyota's Lexus HS250h, a Prius-style hybrid from its luxury line.

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The Tyranny of Dead Ideas - Matt Miller with David Brooks

http://www.mattmilleronline.com/ What's the greatest threat to our economic future? The things we think we know but don't... America is at a crossroads. In the face of global competition and rapid technological change, our economy is about to face its most severe test in nearly a century?ne that will make the recent turmoil in the financial system look like a modest setback by comparison. Yet our leaders have failed to prepare us for what lies ahead because they are in the grip of a set of "dead ideas" about how a modern economy should work. They wrongly believe that * Our kids will earn more than we do * Free trade is always good, no matter who gets hurt * Employers should be responsible for health coverage * Taxes hurt the economy * Schools are a local matter * Money follows merit These ways of thinking?ubious at best and often dead wrong?re on a collision course with economic developments that are irreversible. In The Tyranny of Dead Ideas, Matt Miller offers a unique blend of insights from history, psychology, and economics to illuminate where today's destructive conventional wisdom came from and how it holds our country back. He also introduces us to a new way of thinking?hat he calls "tomorrow's destined ideas"?hat can reinvigorate our economy, our politics, and our day-to-day lives. These destined ideas may seem counterintuitive now, but they will coalesce in the coming years in ways that will transform America. A strikingly original assessment of our current dilemma and an indispensable guide to our future, Miller's provocative and path-breaking book reveals why it is urgent that we break the tyranny of dead ideas, for it is only by doing so that we can move beyond the limits of today's obsolete debates and reinvent American capitalism and democracy for the twenty-first century.

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Buick LaCrosse Proof of Higher Quality at GM?

WSJ's John Stoll speaks with GM's Jamie Hresko about Buick's new LaCrosse, which is designed to be a testament to what's new at General Motors -- sexier styling, better peformance and higher quality. He says expect reliability, durability and outstanding performance.

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Detroit Auto Show, A Somber Affair

The North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich., is no longer the glitzy affair of the past, reports WSJ's Joe White and John Stoll. And with upstarts like BYD Auto occupying prime space on the floor, they say the show highlights the weakness of the Big Three.

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The Tyranny of Dead Ideas-Matt MillerTalks with David Brooks

http://www.mattmilleronline.com/ What's the greatest threat to our economic future? The things we think we know?ut don't... America is at a crossroads. In the face of global competition and rapid technological change, our economy is about to face its most severe test in nearly a century?ne that will make the recent turmoil in the financial system look like a modest setback by comparison. Yet our leaders have failed to prepare us for what lies ahead because they are in the grip of a set of "dead ideas" about how a modern economy should work. They wrongly believe that * Our kids will earn more than we do * Free trade is always good, no matter who gets hurt * Employers should be responsible for health coverage * Taxes hurt the economy * Schools are a local matter * Money follows merit These ways of thinking?ubious at best and often dead wrong?re on a collision course with economic developments that are irreversible. In The Tyranny of Dead Ideas, Matt Miller offers a unique blend of insights from history, psychology, and economics to illuminate where today's destructive conventional wisdom came from and how it holds our country back. He also introduces us to a new way of thinking?hat he calls "tomorrow's destined ideas"?hat can reinvigorate our economy, our politics, and our day-to-day lives. These destined ideas may seem counterintuitive now, but they will coalesce in the coming years in ways that will transform America. A strikingly original assessment of our current dilemma and an indispensable guide to our future, Miller's provocative and path-breaking book reveals why it is urgent that we break the tyranny of dead ideas, for it is only by doing so that we can move beyond the limits of today's obsolete debates and reinvent American capitalism and democracy for the twenty-first century.

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The Tyranny of Dead Ideas - Matt Miller HIGHLIGHTS

http://www.mattmilleronline.com/What's the greatest threat to our economic future? The things we think we know?ut don't... America is at a crossroads. In the face of global competition and rapid technological change, our economy is about to face its most severe test in nearly a century?ne that will make the recent turmoil in the financial system look like a modest setback by comparison. Yet our leaders have failed to prepare us for what lies ahead because they are in the grip of a set of "dead ideas" about how a modern economy should work. They wrongly believe that * Our kids will earn more than we do * Free trade is always good, no matter who gets hurt * Employers should be responsible for health coverage * Taxes hurt the economy * Schools are a local matter * Money follows merit These ways of thinking?ubious at best and often dead wrong?re on a collision course with economic developments that are irreversible. In The Tyranny of Dead Ideas, Matt Miller offers a unique blend of insights from history, psychology, and economics to illuminate where today's destructive conventional wisdom came from and how it holds our country back. He also introduces us to a new way of thinking?hat he calls "tomorrow's destined ideas"?hat can reinvigorate our economy, our politics, and our day-to-day lives. These destined ideas may seem counterintuitive now, but they will coalesce in the coming years in ways that will transform America. A strikingly original assessment of our current dilemma and an indispensable guide to our future, Miller's provocative and path-breaking book reveals why it is urgent that we break the tyranny of dead ideas, for it is only by doing so that we can move beyond the limits of today's obsolete debates and reinvent American capitalism and democracy for the twenty-first century.

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Underdogs Triumph at Golden Globes

Hollywood's elite takes to the red carpet for the Golden Globe Awards in a night where low-budget films win over their big studio counterparts. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Media- Stay Away From Palin's Family

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman says that Gov. Sarah Palin is fair game for media scrutiny, but her family shouldn't be. (Jan. 12)

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Will Obama's Inaugural Address Become Memorable?

Expectations for Barack Obama's inaugural address are high. But even with a good speech, Obama may find it difficult to join the ranks of the truly memorable addresses. (Jan. 11)

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David Lehman- Poem for Obama

The Associated Press asked famous poets to write poems for Barack Obama's inaugration. The first comes from David Lehman. (Jan. 12)

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Palin Strikes Back, Again

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she was mistreated by the media, including CBS Evening News' Katie Couric in a new documentary. Julie Chen speaks to pundits Bay Buchanan and Joe Lockhart.

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From The CES- Crayola Cam

Only On The Web: Daniel Sieberg talks to Molly Antos from Sakar International, who demonstrates the Crayola Digital Video Camera, designed for the budding Spielberg in the family.

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From The CES- The Powermat

Only On The Web: Daniel Sieberg talks to Scott Eisenstein who introduces the Powermat, a hi-tech solution to collecting multiple chargers for mobile devices.

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A Public Opinion Review of the Bush Years

Gallup Poll Editor in Chief Frank Newport reviews five key public opinionpoints to take away from President George W. Bush's eight years in office.

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Analyzing Obama's Tax Plan

Bob Schieffer spoke with Rep. John Boehner about President-elect Barack Obama's newly proposed tax plan to cut taxes and create jobs.

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Burris Responds to Controversy

Bob Schieffer spoke to Sen. Dick Durbin and Roland Burris about the debate over scandalous Gov. Rod Blagojevich's Senate nomination of Burris.

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The Bush Legacy

After eight turbulent years, George W. Bush will step down as the 43rd President of the United States. He leaves behind a nation much changed from when he took office. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Face The Nation, 1.11.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Dick Durbin and Roland Burris about Burris' controversial Senate nomination; Rep. John Boehner spoke on Obama's tax plan and Bob Schieffer looks forward to new memories.

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The Worst Is Yet To Come

The winter storms that battered much of the northern half of the U.S. took a massive toll on transportation, but as Bianca Solorzano reports, the worst is yet to come.

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Madoff's Judgment Day

A New York judge is set to decide if Bernard Madoff should have his bail revoked. As Randall Pinkston reports, new reports have surfaced that his own family are among the victims.

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Little Progress In Gaza

Israeli forces advanced deeper into Palestinian territory and as Mark Phillips reports, the international call for cease-fire has done little to quell the violence in Gaza.

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New Cars For '09

With the price of gasoline on the upswing again, the cars featured at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show are smaller and more fuel efficient. Anthony Mason reports.

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Obama's Plan Of Action

As Inauguration Day approaches, the worsening economy has forced President-elect Obama to reshape his proposed stimulus package. Thalia Assuras reports.

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U.S. Iranian Covert Action

As President Bush denied an Israeli request for special bombs to be used in an air-strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, the U.S. has stepped up covert action against Iran. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Life And Death In Gaza

For CBS News cameraman and reporter Marwan Al-Ghoul, the conflict in Gaza has become all too real, as he buried his own brother who was killed by an Israeli airstrike. Richard Roth reports.

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US capital counts down to inauguration

A crowd cheered, the Marine band struck up "Hail to the Chief," but the man on the dais was just a stand-in, as organizers rehearsed Sunday for president-elect Barack Obama's January 20 inauguration.

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Burris- "I'm truly humbled and honored"

Burris holds a presser after being certified by the U.S. Senate...

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Senator Roland Burris Looks Likely

Former Illinois AG Roland Burris will likely become a U.S. Senator soon, taking over the seat vacated by President-elect Barack Obama. Senate leaders say his paperwork is in order. (Jan. 12)

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Burris- "I'm Truly Humbled and Honored"

It appears that former Illinois attorney general Roland Burris will be the next junior US Senator from the state. Senate Democrats say Burris' paperwork meets Senate requirements and he will likely be seated by the end of the week. (Jan. 12)

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Obama Will Broaden Bailout Spending

President-elect Barack Obama says he plans to broaden goals for using the remaining $350 billion financial bailout and insure transparency and oversight. Obama made the comments after a meeting with Mexico's president, Felipe Calderon. (Jan. 12)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Monday, January 12: Senate Democrats expect to seat Burris; Obama promises changes in use of bailout billions; Judge rules Madoff to remain free in Manhattan penthouse; AP sources: Grand jury looking at Clemens case.

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Detroit Automakers Brave 2009 Autoshow

Automakers put on a brave face Monday as they introduced new models at the Detroit auto show amid a collapse of industry sales which could lead to the disappearance of iconic brands.

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Storm Sinks Indonesian Ferry, 250 Feared Dead

A ferry capsized in a severe storm and crashing waves in central Indonesia on Sunday and officials said around 250 people were feared dead. Eighteen survivors were rescued by fishing boats, but the fate of the others remained unclear. (Jan. 11)

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Reaction from Pakistan to Prince Harry's racist language

Residents of Islamabad condemned Britain's Prince Harry after a self-filmed video was released showing him calling an army colleague a "Paki" and telling another he looked like a "raghead".

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Palestinians face critical shortages

Palestinians living in Gaza are facing crippling shortages of food and resources as Israeli troops continue their assault.

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EU wins Russian promise to restore gas

Russian gas supplies to Europe via Ukraine, cut last week, could resume Tuesday morning, European officials have said.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Monday, January 12th: Bush gives final news conference; Israel contemplates offensive escalation; Family pet mauls boy to death, Winter woes spread from the Plains to New England

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David Lehman- Poem for Obama

The Associated Press asked famous poets to write poems for Barack Obama's inaugration. The first comes from David Lehman. (Jan. 12)

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Raw Video- Biden's Surprise Iraq Visit

Vice President-elect Joe Biden made a surprise visit to Iraq, following his trip to Afghanistan and Pakistan. He met with the Iraqi president and vice president. (Jan. 12)

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Raw Video- Deadly Crash Ties Traffic in N.J.

Media reports say two people have been killed in a crash on Route 78 in Union, New Jersey. (Jan. 12)

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Disgraced Investor Madoff Can Remain Free

A judge has allowed Bernard Madoff to remain free on bail, rejecting a bid by prosecutors to send the disgraced investor to jail. (Jan. 12)

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Joe the Plumber Becomes a War Correspondent

Samuel Wurzelbacher, dubbed "Joe the Plumber" by the McCain campaign, called on U.S. President-elect Barack Obama to help Israel in its campaign against Hamas, while reporting in Israel. (Jan. 12)

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Gaza Conflict Drags On, Talk of Cease Fire

Israeli warplanes pounded the homes of Hamas leaders and ground troops edged closer to the Gaza Strip's densely populated urban center, as Israel weighed a decision to escalate its devastating offensive. (Jan. 12)

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Search for Electricity Turns Into Fight for Life

For millions who depend on home medical equipment, a power outage goes way beyond the inconvenience most of us feel. It could be deadly. Emergency officials are now searching for ways to identify people at risk before the lights go out. (Jan. 12)

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Dogs Euthanized After Death of Chicago Boy

Authorities say two Rottweilers believed to have fatally mauled a 4-year-old boy on Chicago's Southwest Side have been euthanized, along with another dog found at the same address. (Jan. 12)

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Bush Holds Final News Conference

At his final news conference Monday, President George W. Bush repeated his long-standing call for creation of a Palestinian state, discussed democracy in Iraq and commented on the struggling economy. (Jan. 12)

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New England Digs Out After Storm

The quick-moving storm dumped up to 9 inches of snow in some areas, with sleet and freezing rain mixing in across parts of Rhode Island and southeast Massachusetts. (Jan. 12)

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New England Digs Out After Storm

A quick-moving storm dumped up to 9 inches of snow in some areas, with sleet and freezing rain mixing in across parts of New England. The Boston area saw three to five inches of snow, with smaller accumulations on Cape Cod. (Jan. 12)

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Health Officials Pinpoint Salmonella Scare

Health officials hope they have pinpointed the cause of a salmonella outbreak that has sickened nearly 400 people in 42 states. The culprit may be peanut butter, which has led an Ohio distributor to recall two brands of peanut butter. (Jan. 12)

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Raw Video- Bus Crash in Peru Kills Dozens

At least 33 people are dead after a bus slid off a slick mountain road in Peru. Police say that rainy, pre-dawn conditions may have led to the accident. (Jan. 12)

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Gas Prices Up for First Time in 6 Months

The average national price of gasoline rose nearly 12 cents in the past three weeks, marking the first price hike after six months of steady decreases, according to a national survey released Sunday. (Jan. 12)

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Video Essay- New Technology Highlight Auto Show

The Detroit Auto Show opened on Sunday with new hopes because of new technologies, including fuel cell. The AP's Amy Sancetta takes a look at some of the new cars hitting the market. (Jan. 12)

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US shifts Visa Waiver Program authorization to Internet

Starting Monday, travelers from 35 countries must request authorization online to enter the US. The Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) has been applicable since August 2008, but will become compulsory from January 12 for applicable European countries, Japan, South Korea, Brunei, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.

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Stars Sizzle On Red Carpet

Glamour's Suze Yalof Schwartz discussed fashion trends and the best-dressed stars on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Simple In Season Dishes

Chef Jonathon Waxman demonstrated how to cook simple dishes using fruits, vegetables and meats that are in season this winter.

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How To Exit A Sinking Car

Water safety expert Gerald Dworkin, a consultant for Lifesaving Resources, Inc., explains the SOS-GO system for escaping a sinking car. He talks to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Mom Saves Kids From Sunken Car

Kortni and Caleb Peek talk to Julie Chen about how Kortni was able to rescue her children from a sinking car in an icy Indiana pond.

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Chavez turns into Palestinian hero

Over the last few days, Venezuelan flags and portraits of President Hugo Chavez have been flying high during protests in the West Bank against Israel's assault on the Gaza Strip.

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Enterprising Swede turns Jumbo jet into airport hostel

Stockholm's busy Arlanda airport is desperately short of accomodation for travellers so when a bankrupt airline got rid of a jumbo jet, an enterprising Swede decided to turn it into a hostel in a parking lot in the middle of the airport.

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Finding A Soul Mate

Author Nicholas Boothman spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about tips for finding lasting love.

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Loaded- Rest from CES

As the Loaded crew travels home from CNET's exhausting coverage of CES 2009, they pick their favorite products for our viewers to watch.

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Red Carpet At The Globes

Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart talks to Harry Smith about chatting up the stars at the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Bush on Bailout Money

Bush on Bailout Money

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Bush Jokes with Press

President Bush jokes with the press about finally getting names right and retirement.

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Bush Regrets

Bush talks about his regrets during his last official press conference...

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Israel Presses On In Gaza

Israeli tanks plow deeper into Gaza as talks of cease-fire are debated on both sides of the conflict, reports Mark Phillips.

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Kate Winslet's Double Win

Harry Smith spoke with actress Kate Winslet about her double Golden Globe Awards win for best actress and best supporting actress in a drama.

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Biggest Ticket In Town

Americans are lining up to witness Barack Obama's Inauguration. Tickets are hard to come by but that won't stop many Americans from attending. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Will Stimulus Plan Work?

As the second half of the Bush bailout is set to be spent, talk in D.C. focuses on Barack Obama's plan, reports Chip Reid. Sen. Chris Dodd discusses why he supports the Obama economic stimulus plan.

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World Food Programme ramps up Gaza appeal

At least 80 percent of Gaza's population is now dependent on food aid, the UN's World Food Programme warned, saying an additional 100,000 people had begun accepting aid since late December.

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Stepping up the fight in southern Afghanistan

As insurgents step up their attacks in Afghanistan, military commanders call for the deployment of additional troops. The situation is tense in the south, the heartland of the Taliban.

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In Israel, Gaza War Is Seen as Just

Many people abroad say the war must be stopped. Yet few in Israel's Jewish population see it that way.

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Confirmation Hearing for Clinton

Kate Phillips, online political editor at The New York Times, reports on Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton's confirmation hearing.

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The Face of Slavery



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Leon Panetta- Intelligent Choice?

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Senate Shenanigans

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At Detroit Auto Show, Spotlight Falls on Ford MKT

WSJ's Jeff Bennett recaps the biggest products coming out of the 2009 Detroit auto show, which featured electric and hybrid vehicles and Ford's seven-seat MKT.

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Market Wrap- Monday

Alcoa kicks off earnings season on a dour note, posting more than $1 billion in losses. Stocks also were down overall. Stacey Delo reports. (Jan. 12)

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New Administration Looks to Take Control

With several key power brokers and policy heavyweights inside the walls of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., the White House is poised to be the center of power.

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Critics' Picks- 'Two-Lane Blacktop'

With the auto industry in difficult financial times, A. O. Scott looks back at the early days of America's fascination with cars.

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$320 Million in Cocaine Seized in Spain

Drugs are found on a six-engine speed boat being smuggled via Spain's Galician coast. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Test Driving Ford's Battery Electric Vehicle

WSJ's Matt Dolan joins Dick DeVogelaere of Magna International to test drive Ford's new battery electric vehicle technology.

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Noodle Pudding

Mark Bittman makes a noodle pudding recipe that can also use rice or bread.

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