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Monday, February 2, 2009

Living With- Stroke

In the last decade, Marverel Loper has suffered three strokes, the most recent of which was in October. Since then she has had to relearn some of life's basic skills.

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Google Earth Takes on the Oceans

The latest version of Google Earth gives a new look at the oceans, which cover 66 percent of the planet. (Courtesy Google)

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The Changing Environment

A look at the Aral Sea over time, using Google Earth. (Courtesy Google).

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Israel and Syria

Aaron David Miller, author of "The Much Too Promised Land," and Eli Lake of The New Republic discuss Syria's centrality to Mideast peace.

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Critic's Picks- 'All the King's Men'

A. O. Scott reviews Robert Rossen's 1949 oscar-winner for best pictrure.

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Google Earth Dives Into Oceans

Google introduces Google Earth 5.0, the latest version of its satellite mapping technology, which expands its scope to oceans. MarketWatch's John Letzing reports. (Feb. 2)

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Tips for Saving on Groceries

Americans spend 30% of their monthly budget on food on average. Jennifer Openshaw, MarketWatch columnist and president of WeSeed.com, has ideas on how to carve out some savings at the grocery store. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Feb. 2)

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Davos- Who Cares?

The World Economic Forum in Davos has come to an end. MarketWatch's Wall Street columnist David Weidner speaks about the pointlessness of the international event. (Feb. 2)

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Media Web Minute- Super Bowl

Despite NFL hype, Super Bowl champs the Pittsburgh Steelers don't quite qualify as "America's team" just yet, says MarketWatch's Jon Friedman. (Feb. 2)

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A Message for Bloggers from NRSC Chairman John Cornyn




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The NRSC on Facebook


Senator John Cornyn thanks supporters of the NRSC on Facebook.

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Post Game Analysis of the Super Bowl XLIII

Sunday, February 1st the Steelers set a record, earning their sixth Super Bowl win with a score of 27-23. Listen in for post-game analysis of the tense fight for a win between the Steelers and the Cardinals. video courtesy of Fox News.

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Wall Street Titans Under Fire

Watch the Journal Editorial Report Saturdays at 5:30 pm ET on Fox News Channel.

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Stimulus Plan Could Hurt Housing

Weiss Research analyst Mike Larson explains to Simon Constable how massive government spending could send mortgage rates higher so torpedoing any chance of a recovery in housing.

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Driving Mr. Daschle

Tax trouble threatens Tom Daschle's confirmation as Secretary of Health and Human Services. (Feb. 2)

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Super Bowl 2009- QB or No QB

As the glory of the Steelers' Super Bowl win settles in, post-game analysis is underway with "QB or No QB, comparing Kurt Warner and Ben Roethlisberger. Video courtesy of Fox Sports.com 99

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Investment Guru Says Worst Is Behind Us

Though the stock market continues to be volatile, investment guru Charles M. Royce of Royce Funds tells WSJ's Shefali Anand the worst is already behind us.

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Steelers' Press Conference After Super Bowl Win

The Pittsburgh Steelers' Coach Mike Tomlin speaks at the press conference following their Super Bowl victory. Video courtesy Fox News.

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Uncovering the Death of a Soldier

Mary Tillman, the mother of fallen U.S. soldier Pat Tillman, was not told the true circumstances of her son's death. As she explains to Kelsey Hubbard, she has written a book that reveals all.

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Verizon's Steady Growth Horizons

Solid execution and the right mix of modern telecom businesses has brought Verizon increasing revenue and strong earnings prospects. Some see its share price increasing by 30% over the next two years. Barron's Clare McKeen reports.

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GOP Against Proposed Stimulus Package

The stimulus package being proposed in the Senate has approached $900 billion. But as it nears a vote, GOP leaders say the plan ignores Republican proposals. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Searching for the Market Bottom

Barron's Mike Santoli says that there is no magic level to mark the bottom of the market in advance. The market will give it's own indicator of when its priced in some likely guess about the economic scenario.

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Teleflora -- 'Valentine's'

Watch Teleflora's "Valentine's" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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DreamWorks SKG -- 'Monsters vs. Aliens'

Watch DreamWorks SKG's "Monsters vs. Aliens" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks Report- Semiconductors

The chip sector got some bad news Monday, with December sales numbers and a warning from Applied Materials. Yet, some of the stocks are moving higher on the belief that they may have hit bottom. MarketWatch's Dan Gallagher reports. (Feb. 2)

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Doritos -- 'New Flavor'

Watch Doritos' "New Flavor" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Cheetos -- 'Spoiled Girl'

Watch Cheetos' "Spoiled Girl" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Castrol -- 'Grease Monkeys'

Watch Castrol's "Grease Monkeys" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Bud Light Lime -- 'Sphere of Summer'

Watch Bud Light Lime's "Sphere of Summer" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Toyota Motor Corp. -- 'Faces'

Watch Toyota Motor Corp.'s "Faces" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Bridgestone Corp. -- 'Hot Item'

Watch Bridgestone Corp.'s "Hot Item" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Life Inside Lehman Brothers

WSJ's Dennis Berman and Peter Lattman discuss the latest at Lehman Brothers, where job stability has become surprisingly ubiquitous.

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Anima, Montage of Trail Mix Regulars

Anima performed by Betty Candelieri of Rome, Italy.

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Tax Time- Advantages to Filing Online

It's time to throw out those paper tax return forms, says tax columnist Tom Herman. He talks with Kelsey Hubbard about some advantages of filing online, including fewer mistakes and quicker refunds.

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The Best Fund Families in a Bruising Year

In Barron's latest survey of mutual-fund companies' performance, even the winners posted hefty losses for 2008, making victory bittersweet.

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Brandeis to Sell Art to Raise Funds

The Waltham, Mass., university plans to sell pieces by well-known artists and close its Rose Art Museum in order to raise more than $350 million. The state attorney general is looking into the plan. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Openly Lesbian Prime Minister Leads Iceland

Johanna Sigurdardottir, a former flight attendant, is the world's first self-pronounced gay leader. She takes over Iceland amid a crippling financial crisis. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Mr. & Mrs. McGarry

Elaine Griffin McGarry and Michael McGarry describe what it's like to fall in love after turning 40, and how on their very first date, his shirt led them to start discussing marriage.

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Parmesan Cream Crackers

Mark Bittman shows how you can make easy rich crackers at home.

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London Grinds To A Halt Under Heavy Snow

Heavy snow shut down much of London's transport system and snarled traffic, leaving commuters hard-pressed to make it to work, Reuters reports.

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Turning Trash Into Fuel

Sugarcane, sawdust and other agricultural waste are being turned into biodiesel. The renewable fuel is featured as a way to wean ourselves away from foreign oil at a conference in San Francisco this week, Fox News reports.

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A Question for Katie Couric

What is this prime-time news anchor doing hosting a pre-Grammy entertainment show on CBS? MarketWatch's Jon Friedman wonders if Couric will lose credibility as a result. (Feb. 2)

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Advice to Bond-Fund Investors

MarketWatch Senior Columnist Chuck Jaffe explains why bond-fund investors shouldn't necessarily bail out, despite frightening returns in 2008. (Feb. 2)

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Can Obama Save Us from the Next Great Depression?

Barron's Jim McTague says that even with the $819 billion stimulus package that was just passed, we are still in for a very rough ride in this economy, as the banking system still needs to be saved. Is an aggregator bank the solution?

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A 'crazy day' for classical music in France

Organisers of France's "folle journ?, or "crazy day", are declaring the 15th edition of the classical music extravaganza a great success. For five days huge crowds in the western city of Nantes were treated to performances by musicians from around the world.

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Tours grapples with a lousy problem

Lice are the terror of parents. A child's head can harbor hundreds of lice and one louse can spawn nine nits a day. The city of Tours in France has decide to grapple with the problem head on. It's become one of France's shining examples in the battle against the pesky creatures.

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Super Bowl Boosts Tampa Economy

As the world waits with anticipation for Super Bowl XLIII, Tampa. Fla. is getting a much-needed economic boost from the migration of Steelers and Cardinals fans. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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West Texas Prison Riot

CBS News RAW: A fianc of an inmate who participated in the riot at Reeves Co. Detention Center speaks out about her phone conversation with him after the riot took place.

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Face The Nation, 02.01.09

Sen. McConnell and Sen. Schumer comment on Tom Daschle's cabinet nomination; David Brooks on how both parties can back the stimulus bill; And, Bob Schieffer on Michael Steele as RNC chairman.

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Will Stimulus Bill Pass?

Bob Schieffer spoke with New York Times columnist David Brooks about what needs to be done in order for both Republicans and Democrats to support President Obama's stimulus bill.

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Sen. Schumer On Daschle Nom.

Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) spoke with Bob Schieffer about why Tom Daschle should be President Obama's Secretary of Health, despite news that he has failed to pay his taxes on time.

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Tampa Preps For Super Bowl XLIII

Tampa, Fla. is preparing for Super Bowl XLIII and, as Kelly Cobiella reports, the city has employed a new high-tech system to protect the city from any threats.

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Where Did Iraq Funds Go?

A bipartisan panel will start hearings on a year-long investigation into what happened to the billions of taxpayer dollars spent on Iraq reconstruction projects. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Pope Under Fire

Pope Benedict XVI's decision to revoke the excommunication Bishop Richard Williamson, who's denied the Holocaust, has angered many. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Daschle To Explain Taxes

Tom Daschle, President Obama's nominee for Health Secretary will meet with the Senate Finance Committee to explain how he racked up a massive back tax bill. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Perspective On Iraq Funds

Russ Mitchell speaks with Stuart Bowen, the special inspector general for Iraq reconstruction, as well as the author of a report on the progress of Iraq's reconstruction.

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Silver Lining For Homeowners

There's good news for homeowners facing foreclosure; as Bill Whitaker reports, a bill has been approved allowing bankruptcy judges to order banks to reduce mortgages.

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Economic Woes For The Elderly

The economic recession is putting the squeeze on the elderly, most of whom live on fixed incomes. As Michelle Miller reports, all they can do is watch their retirement funds dwindle.

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Ice Storm Cripples Heartland

Recovery is underway in 5 states across the U.S. after a crippling ice storm battered much of the heartland. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, Kentucky has even mobilized its entire National Guard.

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Extreme Teen Texting

Teens are texting on cell phones more than ever with an average of 1,700 texts a month. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with a parenting expert about texting guidelines.

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Octuplets' Mom's Obsession

The mother of octuplets who it was revealed already has six children is allegedly obsessed with having children. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Hits, Misses For Superbowl Ads

Which Superbowl ad had the most buzz around it? And, which one missed its goal? The Early Show crew talks to ad executive Richard Kirshenbaum to find out.

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Getting What You Order

Vera Gibbons discussed precautions to take while ordering Valentine's Day flowers from the internet.

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Iranian Anniversary

Iran is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Islamic revolution. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Drew Barrymore's Love Advice

A new romantic comedy "He's Just Not That Into You" looks at how modern love can be a difficult maze to navigate. Julie Chen talks with Drew Barrymore about her dating tips.

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Snow blankets northern France, traffic chaos

Overnight snows left Paris heavy with traffic snarls on Monday, with travellers facing flight delays and commuter chaos. But some delighted in the white dusting over the French capital.

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Australians escape from the heat... underground

In the remote Australian desert town of White Cliffs, residents escape from the sweltering summer heat by living underground in "dug-outs". Their steady temperature provides cool comfort, as well as a break on energy bills, and is touted by locals as a green alternative for the future.

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Chinese official says 20 million migrant workers have lost jobs

A top Chinese official says about 20 million migrant workers in China have lost their jobs or are unable to find work due to the economic downturn.

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McCain On Obama Stimulus Plan

Harry Smith spoke with Sen. John McCain about what changes the GOP would like to make to President Obama's stimulus plan.

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China announces massive unemployment hike

Doom and gloom out Asia, as the global financial crisis hits harder than expected. China has announced a massive increase in unemployment, while South Korea says exports have plunged.

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Spaniards take back olive-picking jobs from migrants

Every year between December and February, thousands of migrant workers flock to southern Spain for the olive-picking season. But with this year's financial turmoil, many are without a job: unemployed Spaniards from other industries are now taking back the jobs they used to hate.

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Struggles of 76-year old Singapore street scavenger

In Singapore, a 76-year old woman scavenges for rubbish -- but the economic crisis has also hit the recycling industry, cutting her meager income.

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Val d'Isere gears up for world ski championships

Around 200,000 spectators are expected at the World Ski Championships in the French Alpine resort of Val d'Isere. A look at the last preparations ahead of the two-week competition combining 11 alpine ski events.

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McConnell on Stimulus Bill

McConnell on Stimulus Bill

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Obama With Gov. Douglas

President Obama meets with Gov. Douglas of Vermont.

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