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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

T Takes- Brooklyn 09 Episode 4

The fourth installment of our exclusive series.

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Blagojevich's Closing Argument

Gov. Rod Blagojevich proclaimed his innocence before the Illinois Senate voted to impeach him. (Video: MSNBC)

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Bloggingheads- Obama's Muslim Speech

Heather Hurlburt of the National Security Network and David Frum of NewMajority.com debate whether Obama should give a speech to the Muslim world.

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Walt Mossberg Reviews Apple's iLife '09

The multimedia suite that introduced iPhoto, GarageBand and iMovie has come out with a new version. Walt Mossberg reviews Apple's iLife '09 suite.

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A new face for cartoonists

(Boston Globe) Hang out in the Globe's basement as Dan Wasserman tries to draw a cartoon worthy of Barack Obama's historic election. Video by Ann Silvio; Time-lapse photos by Jim Wilson

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A new face for cartoonists

(Boston Globe) Hang out in the Globe's basement as Dan Wasserman tries to draw a cartoon worthy of Barack Obama's historic election. Video by Ann Silvio; Time-lapse photos by Jim Wilson

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Decision- Ohio - The country

(Boston Globe) Shawnee is a former coal-mining town in Southeast Ohio whose economy has been devastated in the past half-century. Many residents are choosing not to vote. By Dina Rudick, Globe Staff.

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Decision- Ohio - The country

(Boston Globe) Shawnee is a former coal-mining town in Southeast Ohio whose economy has been devastated in the past half-century. Many residents are choosing not to vote. By Dina Rudick, Globe Staff.

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Chinese Premier Speaks at Davos

Watch excerpts of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's keynote speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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Kurt Warner Discusses the Super Bowl

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner discusses the upcoming Super Bowl game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Video courtesy of Fox Sports.

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'Anything is possible'

(Boston Globe) Starting at the home of Dehlia Umunna, Roxbury , MA celebrates history in the making. By Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

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'Anything is possible'

(Boston Globe) Starting at the home of Dehlia Umunna, Roxbury , MA celebrates history in the making. By Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

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Davos 2009- Gloom After Boom

The first day of this year's World Economic Forum started out roughly with few signs of recovery during the current global recession. Optimists beware. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Army Deserter Seeks Asylum in Germany

He walked away from the military for his convictions. Now, U.S. Army deserter Andre Shepherd seeks political asylum in Germany. WSJ's Mike Esterl reports.

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YouTubing in Davos with Huffington and Forbes

YouTube's Chad Hurley, Arianna Huffington and Steve Forbes share their views on Davos and the global economic crisis with WSJ's Andy Jordan.

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Indian Protest Over 'Slumdog Millionaire'

Indians are protesting the use of the word "dog" in the title of the movie, "Slumdog Millionaire," saying it is humiliating and must be changed. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Pedigree -- 'Crazy Pet'

Watch Pedigree's "Crazy Pet" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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A Waxing Curiosity for Exxon Earnings Report

Exxon is the single largest stock in the S&P 500 Index. But as Barron's Senior Editor Steve Sears reports, it will be interesting to see what happens when the company reports its earnings on Friday.

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Davos 2009- Murdoch on Crisis and War

News Corp Chairman Rupert Murdoch says the U.S. stimulus package will most likely fail and may be too hasty an attempt to the global financial crisis. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Iraqi's Return to the Polls

Iraqi's are returning to the polls after three years in an election that could redraw the country's political map. Courtesy Reuters.

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Grandparents Can Help Families in Tough Times

Economic turmoil has hit many young families but there are ways grandparents can help out, from gifting education funds to child care, says Jennifer Openshaw, MarketWatch columnist and president of WeSeed.com. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Jan. 28)

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Dividend Payout Versus Triple A Rating

Barron's Online Stocks Editor Bob O'Brien talks about the dilemma facing several companies who must decided between maintaining its Triple A credit rating or cutting its dividend payout.

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Davos 2009- Resort Bucks Trend

The World Economic Forum is a major money maker for Davos, but will the global recession crimp the amount of spending by visitors to the ski town? Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Joe Torre's New Role- Sellout

The tell-all penned by the former Yankees' manager spills a lot of secrets, and MarketWatch's Jon Friedman says Joe Torre needs to step up and take responsibility for what he wrote. (Jan. 28)

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Sideshow Takes Center Stage at Super Bowl Media Day

A cross-dresser, a reporter who conducts interviews using the violin and another journalist sporting a fur hat were just some of the spectacles during Super Bowl Media Day. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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SoBe Lifewater -- 'Lizard Lake'

Watch SoBe Lifewater's "Lizard Lake" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Coca-Cola Co. -- 'Heist'

Watch Coca-Cola Co.'s "Heist" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Coca-Cola Co. -- 'Avatar'

Watch Coca-Cola Co.'s "Avatar" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Marian Robinson- The key to the Obama family

Marian Robinson, Barack Obama's mother-in-law, has emerged as a vital element of the campaign by caring for the Obama children during the long race. (Audio by Scott Helman, Globe Staff. Produced by Jason Tuohey, Boston.com)

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Latinos and the Nation's Future

http://www.americanprogress.org/events/2009/01/cisneros.html The Latino population is now so large, its trajectory of growth so rapid and its contrast in relative age to that of the general population so stark, that it will not be possible for the United States to advance without substantial, and so far unimagined, gains for the nation's Latino community. The Census Bureau's mid-range estimates for 2050 assert that the nation's Latino population will grow by 63 million people or a stunning 48% of total U.S. growth, and that Latinos will constitute 25% of the United States population in 2050. Henry Cisneros and Arte P

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Heard on the Street- Time to Buy Auto-Parts Vendors

The weak economy is spelling good news for auto parts vendors. Heard on the Street's John Jannarone explains why to Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable. Plus, why O'Reilly Automotive is a better bet than Autozone.

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks- Financials

Financial shares rally on reports that the Obama administration may adopt a plan to buy bad assets in the banking system and create a so-called "bad bank" to hold them. ETF tracking financials in the S&P 500 soars 9%. (Jan. 28)

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House to Vote on Obama Stimulus Plan

President Barack Obama's stimulus package is up for a vote in Washington today. Currently, the package is divided among party lines. Courtesy Fox News.

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Japan Joins in Anti-Piracy Control

After much deliberation, the Japanese navy will take part in international anti-piracy controls off of Somalia, but will primarily protect Japanese vessels or those that are carrying Japanese cargo and crew. Courtesy Reuters.

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Obama- Tough Decisions on Iraq, Afghanistan Loom

President Barack Obama met with top Pentagon officials for the first time since taking office. The president warned that the U.S. must make tough choices on Iraq and Afghanistan. (Jan. 28)

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Gillibrand Sworn In

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) was sworn in by Vice President Biden and the junior senator from New York. She will fill Secretary of State Clinton's former seat.

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Loaded- Double D in 3D

The U.S. Senate votes to delay the transition deadline for digital television, a Congressmen goes after silent phone cameras, and porn goes 3D.

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In Iraq, from guns to ballot box

Iraq is staging landmark provincial elections, the country's first ballot since 2005. Four years ago, one candidate was a militant fighter who boycotted the vote. Now, he's traded in his weapons for the ballot box.

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Givenchy

Spring 2009 is all about fluidity and transparency for Ricardo Tisci at Givenchy's fashion show in Paris.

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Al Gore's inconvenient testimony

Al Gore's inconvenient testimony

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Obama- We can turn economy around

Obama: We can turn economy around

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'Winterize' Pets In Cold Weather

Dr. Debbye Turner-Bell explains to Maggie Rodriguez ways to help pets be comfortable outside in the snow and cold.

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French female minister 'bids farewell'

Justice Minister Rachida Dati was long a close ally of Nicolas Sarkozy, but her fall from favour has been swift and public. The 43-year-old of North African origin has announced she is seeking a spot in European parliament -- a move cast by rivals as an ouster.

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Israeli jets bomb Gaza tunnels

Israeli warplanes bombed what they call "Hamas tunnels" under the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt on Wednesday, causing no injury. Israel says the tunnels are used by militants to smuggle weapons. Raw Images.

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Kevin Connolly's New Role

Actor Kevin Connolly spoke with Julie Chen about his new film, "He's Just Not That Into You."

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Obama's Economy Gets Tested

President Obama reaches over the aisle to push his economic plan through Congress, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to Mark Zandi from Moody's Economy.com about economic policy.

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Rethinking War In Afghanistan

The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan says the Taliban have become masters of propaganda. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Boehner Talks About Obama

CBS News' Chip Reid spoke to House Minority Leader John Boehner about the economic recovery bill and his meeting with President Barack Obama.

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State of the States Snapshot- Party ID

Gallup Poll Editor in Chief Frank Newport reveals the five most Democratic and five most Republican states in the nation.

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Grief In Madoff Case

In the Bernard Madoff case, Congress examined how regulators missed numerous warning signs. And lawmakers heard testimony about how the alleged scam has ruined lives. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Generation Green

From the Girl Scouts to Hollywood, being environmentally aware is being preached to a new generation who are beginning to do what they can to keep our planet green. Ben Tracy reports.

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Ill. Senators Hear Gov. Tapes

Illinois Senators heard recorded conversations made by Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich at his impeachment trial. Katie Couric reports.

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More Auto Dealers Close Shop

There are 20,000 car dealerships in the U.S. But instead of closing deals, many are closing shop. An estimated 1,100 dealerships will close this year. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Dangerous Storms Hit U.S.

In what is one of the most dangerous storms of the season, 3 states have declared states of emergency and 9 fatalities have been reported. Dave Price reports on the continuing devastation.

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Obama Courts GOP

President Obama is actively seeking bipartisan support for his $825 billion economic stimulus package. But many GOP members think that the plan will only rack up more debt. Chip Reid reports

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A Silent Struggle

Since 2001, thousands of wives and girlfriends have been assaulted at the hands of the soldiers they loved. Katie Couric talks to survivor Jessacia Patton about how her husband changed in Iraq, the ensuing abuse and how the military failed to help.

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Author John Updike Dies

Katie Couric looks back at the celebrated life of novelist John Updike, who penned the classic "Witches Of Eastwick," "Rabbit, Run" and many other books.

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Home Prices Fall Again

Mortgage rates are the lowest in decades and Investment Advisor Jill Schlesinger spoke to Harry Smith about the right time to buy.

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Gloomy expectations at start of Davos economic forum

The World Economic Forum gets underway today in Davos, in the Swiss Alps -- and with the current global crisis, there's plenty to discuss.

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Icy Storm Grips U.S.

It's day two for snow and ice in the Midwest, while the Northeast gets a dose, reports Dave Price.

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Obama's Mideast envoy says Gaza truce must be strengthened

The new peace envoy from the United States George Mitchell, in Cairo on Wednesday, said it was critically important to consolidate the Gaza ceasefire. Mitchell met Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the first leg of a Middle East tour.

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Foreigners aiming to topple Thai kickboxing champs

Liam Harrison is one of very few Westerners to make it to the top ranks of competitive Thai kickboxing, also known as muay thai. He will soon face his toughest opponent yet, Saenchai Sor Kingstar, a boxing legend in Thailand reputed to be the best fighter in the world.

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