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Thursday, January 22, 2009

Obama Orders Guantanamo Shut

WSJ's Jess Bravin comments on President Barack Obama's measures to begin dismantling the Bush administration's detention network and how he will move forward in the war on terror.

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Review of the EOS Wireless Speaker System

WSJ's Stacey Delo tests out the EOS wireless speaker system which allows you to play your favorite tunes throughout your home.

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Scene From 'Inkheart'

Watch a scene from "Inkheart", starring Brendan Fraser. Video courtesy of New Line Cinema.

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Bolivian Christian Group's Ad Against New Constitution

Watch a Bolivian Christian group's ad that asks voters to "choose God" in voting against a new constitution.

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The Rise of a Small Town Soccer Team

WSJ's Max Colchester reports on what's behind the surprising rise of the small town Hoffenheim soccer team in Germany.

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Expat Life- Unpacking 64 Boxes From Storage

Expat Life Columnist Alan Paul returns to his New Jersey home after living abroad in Beijing, China for the past three and a half years. All is well until a shipment from storage arrives.

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Infrastructure Stocks Could Be Good Barometer

Barron's Senior Editor Steven M. Sears comments on how volatility and low dividends reflects that the U.S. economy is suffering from a recession. But, as he points out, there is a bright spot: the infrastructure sector.

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Microsoft Profit Drop Hits Markets

Microsoft reported a drop in quarterly profit, said it would cut 5,000 jobs and declined to give a financial forecast. The announcement helped push stocks lower. Heather Bellini, Senior Analyst at UBS, discusses the results. (Jan. 22)

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Obama Signs Executive Order on Gitmo

President Obama signed executive orders Thursday directing the Central Intelligence Agency to shut what remains of its network of secret prisons and ordering the closing of the Guant?mo detention camp within a year.

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Surfing's Dark Side on the North Shore

A gang of surfers called the Wolfpak police the break at Oahu's famous Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore of Hawaii.

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Pink-Slip Etiquette

As Dow Jones Newswires columnist Simon Constable tells us, there's a right way -- and a wrong way -- to lay people off. He shares a few notable tips on how to give an employee the pink slip.

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Obama Orders Guantanamo Shut

President Obama vowed to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center within a year after it became a stain on the human rights record of the United States and a symbol of detainee abuse and detention without charge under the Bush Administration. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Microsoft's OS- From 'Dud' to Hitting the Mark

Personal Technology Columnist Walt Mossberg shares his thoughts on Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system. Where as Vista was "a dud", Walt says the beta version of Windows 7 was "a pleasure" to use. Video courtesy of Fox Business News.

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BofA-Merrill Lynch Merger, The Deal From Hell

WSJ's Deal Journal lead writer Heidi Moore says the Bank of America-Merrill Lynch deal is setting a record for merger-integration disaster. Following the latest news that former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain resigned from Bank of America, she tells colleague Dennis Berman what the challenges are for BofA going forward.

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Hillary Clinton's Asia Challenge

Deputy Editorial Page Editor Melanie Kirkpatrick asks if North Korea will score another diplomatic coup negotiating with Mrs. Clinton. (Jan. 22)

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Carpetbagger- The Oscar Nominations

David Carr reports from the Academy Awards Nomination Ceremony in Los Angeles.

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Hot Stocks- Technology

Microsoft sends chills across the tech sector and broader market after it reports a drop in earnings and says it will cut up to 5,000 jobs. EBay, Intel and Seagate also weigh on the sector, though Apple bucks the trend and moves higher.

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Death Sentences in China Milk Scam

A Chinese court sentences two men to death for their role in the production and sale of contaminated milk that killed at least six children and made nearly 300,000 ill last year. The chairwoman of the diary group involved, however, was given life imprisonment. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Hillary Clinton Confirmed as Secretary of State

Confirmed and sworn in, Hillary Clinton is now U.S. Secretary of State. In a 94-2 vote Wednesday, senators from both parties easily approved her nomination by President Barack Obama. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Obama's Oath of Office, Take Two

President Barack Obama is sworn into office a second time after an inaugural flub. It comes as Obama gets ready to start day two of a busy agenda. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Gibbs meets the press

Gibbs meets the press

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Obama signs four executive orders

Obama signs four executive orders

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Geomancers predict tough year of the ox

As Asia prepares to ring in the year of the Ox, geomancers in Singapore forecast tough times ahead for new US President Barack Obama, --an ox in Chinese astrology. (REFILING REPORT FIRST SENT ON JAN 19)

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Obama Takes Presidential Oath, Again

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts re-delivered the oath of office to Obama Wednesday night at the White House. The surprise move came in response to Tuesday's stumble, when Roberts got the words of the oath a little off. (Jan. 21)

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Kennedy Is Said to Withdraw Senate Bid

Caroline Kennedy has reportedly bowed out of the race to replace Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the U.S. Senate. (Jan.21)

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Obama Signs Order to Close Guantanamo in a Year

President Barack Obama began overhauling U.S. treatment of terror suspects Thursday, signing orders to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center, review military trials of suspects and ban the harshest interrogation methods. (Jan. 22)

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Paying For College

As the cost of paying for college steadily rises, many are finding it hard to keep afloat. As Richard Schlesinger reports, some students are finding interesting ways to pay for school.

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Obama Faces Bleeding Banks

Despite billions of dollars of government bailout funds, many banks have reported huge losses. As Anthony Mason reports, newly-elected President Obama and his cabinet face huge fiscal challenges.

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Impact Of Salmonella Outbreak

Only On The Web: Dr. Robert Tauxe with the Centers For Disease Control shares what he and his colleagues know about the recent salmonella outbreak related to peanut butter.

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Gaza's City Of Tunnels

Israeli airstrikes were designed to destroy the Hamas tunnel system used to smuggle supplies from Egypt to the Gaza Strip. As Allen Pizzey reports, reconstruction of the tunnels is already underway.

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New Strategy For Afghanistan

Since Jan.1, 11 Americans have been killed in Afghanistan compared to 8 in Iraq, and the need for more U.S. troops is increasing. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, the war in Afghanistan is worsening.

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No. 44's First Day

President Obama's first day in office included economic and military meetings but, as Chip Reid reports, the most important decision of his day was to order the closing of Guantanamo Bay.

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NYPD Search WSJ Mailroom

Caught On Tape: In an exclusive video shot by the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, police conduct a search of the Wall Street Journal building in N.Y. after several envelopes were opened that contained a suspicious white powder.

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Razzie Awards The Worst Of '08

Razzie Award founder John Wilson discusses the nominees for the worst in entertainment in 2008, including Paris Hilton in "The Hottie and The Nottie" and Mike Myers in "The Love Guru."

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Notebook- Childish Things

In his inauguration speech, President Obama quoted, "When I became a man it was time to put away childish things." As Katie Couric reports, can Obama end childish partisanship in Washington?

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Obama Gets Down To Business

After an inauguration celebration that lasted well into the evening, President Obama went to work where he called for a pay freeze with his senior staff and reached out to Middle East leaders. Drew Levinson reports.

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What's on Obama's BlackBerry?

What's on Obama's BlackBerry?

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Obama orders Gitmo closed

Obama orders Gitmo closed

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Hillary at State Dept

Hillary at State Dept

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Tips To Avoid Ponzi Schemes

Two victims duped in financial scams talk to Harry Smith about their experience and "Ponzi's Scheme" author Mitch Zuckoff shares tips to avoid a scam.

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Sigourney Weaver's Emmy Buzz

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with actress Sigourney Weaver about her critically acclaimed new role as the mother of a gay son in 1970s.

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Ron Howard On Oscar Nods

Director Ron Howard reacts to his two Oscar nominations for best director and best picture for his film, Frost/Nixon.

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Obama to close Guantanamo Bay camp

President Obama is to close Guantanamo Bay detention camp, drawing praise from human rights groups.

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Food Safety In Jeopardy

Nancy Donley, President of Safe Tables Our Priority and a mother who lost her son to E.coli, tells Maggie Rodriguez the public needs to demand more regulation and enforcement in the food industry.

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Should U.S. Nationalize Banks?

Experts are worried the government may nationalize banks in an effort to rescue the economy. As Priya David reports, the action would not guarantee an economic upswing.

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Obama- Hugger In Chief

During a recent meeting with White House staffers, President Obama showed a lot of love. President Obama gave man hugs to nine of his male staffers.

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Obama Up And At 'Em

President Barack Obama's busy first day included halting Bush policies in progress, swearing in staff, an economic meeting and re-taking the oath of office, reports Bill Plante.

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British man held after teenage girl found safe

French police are holding a British man who turned himself in with a 15-year-old girl who went missing from her home after they met online. The girl, 15-year-old Laura Stainforth, was safe in the city of Lille. A Europe-wide arrest warrant had been issued for her companion, 49-year-old Robert Williams, who will likely be extradited to Britain in the coming days, according to a local prosecutor. Images of Williams.

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EU wins Israeli assurance on Gaza aid

European Union nations have won assurances that Israel will do its utmost to allow humanitarian aid into the war-torn Gaza Strip but no guarantees that border crossings will be reopened. Excerpts from press conference late Wednesday.

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China's economy slows sharply as global crisis hits

China's economy slowed dramatically at the end of 2008 as the full force of the global crisis hit home, dragging growth to a seven-year low. Library footage.

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Anti-Gay Protesters Blast Obama

CBS News RAW: Antihomosexual protestors and members of the Westboro Baptist Church marched in the streets of Washington D.C. in defiance of the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.

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Fidel's Doing Well?

On the last day of a 3-day visit to Cuba, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez and Cuban President Raul Castro spoke out on the condition of fmr. Cuban President Fidel Castro. According to both, Castro is doing well.

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Obama's First Day In Office

With President Obama's first day in office complete, Politico Reporter Alex Burns takes a look at what was accomplished.

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Cannes prizewinner hails Oscar nomination

French filmmaker Laurent Cantet said he was "very pleased" that his Cannes prize-winning "The Class" was nominated for the Oscars on Thursday, because it portrays an updated image of a racially mixed France.

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Pitt brings Oscar nominated 'Benjamin Button' to Paris

Brad Pitt et David Fincher are in Paris to promote their multi-Oscar-nominated period love story "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". Excerpts from press conference.

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Oscar Nominee Josh Brolin

Actor Josh Brolin, nominated for an Oscar for his performance in "Milk," reacted to the news while at Sundance on "The Early Show" just minutes after the announcement.

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Perfect Time To Refinance?

With mortgage interest rates at 51 year lows, Financial Analyst Ray Martin advised most Americans to refinance.

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Oscar Nominations 2009

A few surprises were announced in the top Academy Award nominations. Dalton Ross from Entertainment Weekly talks to "The Early Show" about Oscars 2009.

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Caroline Kennedy Bows Out

Caroline Kennedy withdraws her name from consideration for N.Y.'s Senate seat, spurring rumors that information disclosure may have caused the move, reports Meg Oliver.

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'Detective dog' sniffs out fake DVDs

Counterfeit CDs and DVDs are costing the music, film and software industry a fortune. Malaysia is combatting the scourge with a dog trained to sniff out optical discs.

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