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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Mossberg Solution- Reviewing Google Latitude

Creep factor and some accuracy issues aside, Katie Boehret finds Google Latitude a useful add-on to Google Maps in her latest installment of The Mossberg Solution.

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Investing with the Stars

What can celebrities' fashion and shopping tastes tell us about stocks? Jennifer Openshaw, MarketWatch columnist and founder of WeSeed.com, looks at the products some stars are buying -- and what it might mean for your portfolio. (Feb. 3)

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H-P Adjusts Ad Strategy to Better Reach Consumers

WSJ's advertising columnist Suzanne Vranica speaks with Hewlett-Packard's Michael Mendenhall on how H-P has reallocated its ad spending to find different ways to reach consumers.

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Tips on How to Spend Your Ad Dollars

WSJ's advertising columnist Suzanne Vranica speaks with MDC Partners' Miles Nadal about what he is advising his clients spend their ad dollars in this economic downturn.

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Are Lights About to Go Out in the Market?

Stocks like Southern Company, and Duke which are usually safe havens in a rough market are starting to give institutional investors and analysts to question the credit worthiness of the utility sector. Barron's Steve Sears reports.

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In Downturn, Is Protectionism Rearing Its Ugly Head?

Do we have a trade war with Canada? Radio host John Batchelor tells Simon Constable what he thinks.

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A Weight-Loss Journey

Sixteen months ago, Cindy Sadler, an opera singer in Austin, began a weight loss program. She hit her 100-pounds-lost milestone this past June, and we checked back with her to see how she is doing.

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Main Street Journal- Community Clings to Hope

Seventh Street in Rockford, Illinois is hanging on to hope and trying to rejuvenate a once bustling community.

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Tax Tips- Reporting Your Stimulus Payments

Last year's economic-stimulus payments are causing some people to make mistakes on their tax filings. WSJ's Tom Herman explains how to avoid any errors.

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Time to Reel in Shares of Netflix?

The DVD-by-mail provider is on a roll, but its shares seem a bit rich. It might be time to sell your Netflix stock, despite indicators that the company is making all the right moves. Barron's Alex Eule reports.

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Two Obama Nominees Withdraw Their Names

Tom Daschle's decision to withdraw his nomination for Health and Human Services Secretary comes less than three hours after Nancy Killefer pulled her name from the running as Chief Performance Officer. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Tension Mounts as North Korea Tests Weapons

South Koreans are outraged at seeing that North Korea is preparing to test-launch its long range ballistic missiles, ignoring international opinion and agreements. Some say this is also to get President Obama's attention. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Obama Goes Green

Watch the Journal Editorial Report on Saturdays at 5:30 pm ET on Fox News Channel. (Feb. 3)

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What's in a Name? How About $20 Million a Year

WSJ's Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark speaks with colleague Deputy Markets editor Dennis Berman about whether or not Wall Street "gets it". Dennis asks, what sacrifices are banks making to help the government earn back its money?

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More Stimulus Stinkers

Senior economics writer Steve Moore of the editorial page finds more pork in the Obama plan. (Feb. 3)

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks Report- Energy

Energy shares were higher on Tuesday, helping to put a floor under U.S. equities. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi takes a look at the sector. (Feb. 3)

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Daily Baggage- Feb. 3

The Bagger discusses the "Slumdog Millionaire" backlash.

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Chuck the Groundhog Nips Bloomberg the Mayor

Staten Island groundhog "Chuck" makes his appearance for Groundhog day with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, though a little hesitant to greet the mayor, "Chuck" reluctantly pops his head out to make his prediction. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Mining Pullbacks Presage Pop

By reducing output and holding back supply, mining companies are, in effect, setting up the next rally.

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Where to Spot the Next Bull Market

Several websites offer ways to tell when the bull market is awake again.

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Obama Taps GOP Senator for Cabinet

President Barack Obama wants Sen. Judd Gregg (R., N.H.) to take on the role of commerce secretary. The appointment could pose a problem for Senate Republicans. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Iran Launches Homemade Satellite

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad orders the launch of the country's first domestically-made satellite into space. Iran insists its nuclear ambitions are peaceful and geared for power generation, but the launch of the satellite is bound to deepen Western suspicion over what Tehran's real intentions may be. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Carpetbagger- The PGA Awards

The Bagger crashes the Producer's Guild Awards in Hollywood and asks, "What does a producer do?"

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Achieving A Slimmer Look

Glamour magazine's Suze Yalof Schwartz showed Maggie Rodriguez some great fashion tips for flattening any stomach.

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Sri Lanka army advances in drive against Tigers

The Sri Lankan government is pursuing what it has called the "decisive stage" against Tamil Tigers rebels, pressing the United Nations to raise concerns over the safety of thousands of people caught in the crossfire. Interview with UNICEF official.

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Salmonella Peanut Probe

Hundreds of salmonella cases have been linked to a south Georgia peanut plant, although FDA and state officials investigated the factory over a dozen times since 2007. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Haute couture meets hi-tech with 'scanned' clothing

If you're fed up with not being able to find clothing that fits you, a company in France might have the answer. It's done away with the fitting room and replaced it with the latest 3D laser technology.

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Controversy For Daschle

President Obama's cabinet nominee Tom Daschle is in hot water for not paying taxes. His troubles may prevent him from heading up the Department of Health and Human Services. Bill Plante reports.

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The Heroes Of Flight 1549

Katie Couric previews her upcoming 60 Minutes profile of the pilot and crew of U.S. Airways Flight 1549, which crashlanded in the Hudson River without a single loss of life or serious injury.

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Loaded- Groundhog day

Google labels the entire Internet as malware, a $20 laptop will be unveiled in India this week, and it's Groundhog Day!

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Phelps Going To Pot

Michael Phelps was in hot water after pictures surfaced of the Olympian smoking marijuana. As Kelly Cobeilla reports, this isn't the first time Phelps has been on the wrong side of the law.

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The Economy And Libraries

In tough economic times, libraries around the U.S. are getting a big boost from the strapped-for-cash set and the unemployed who are looking for help. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Kentucky's Winter Woes

Ky., Mo., Ind., and Okla., are feeling the devastating after effects of the winter ice storm that resulted in 47 deaths so far. Hari Sreenivasan reports from hardest hit, Paducah, Ky.

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A Look Into The Deep

Google has unveiled a new program that will open a window into the mysteries of the ocean deeps. As Daniel Sieberg reports, that would mean a more intimate view into 70% of our planet.

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How To Spend $350 Billion

After weeks of debate, President Obama's economic team is expected to release details of its plan to spend $350 billion. As Chip Reid reports, this time the money won't help banks and Wall Street.

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Exxon Valdez Still Makes Mess

Almost 20 years after the Exxon Valdez disaster, the effects are still felt, not only in an environmental sense, but in the community. As Byron Pitts reports, some fear they'll never recover.

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Obama Blames Himself for Mishandling Daschle

President Barack Obama is taking the blame for mistakes in the handling of a tax controversy that led Tom Daschle to withdraw his cabinet nomination. The AP's Mark Smith reports that Daschle is one of three Obama appointees with tax issues. (Feb. 3)

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Obama Chooses Republican to Lead Commerce

President Barack Obama has nominated Republican Sen. Judd Gregg for commerce secretary. As the AP's Julie Pace reports, Gregg's confirmation would make him the third Republican in Obama's cabinet. (Feb. 3)

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Daschle Withdraws Nomination for HHS Secretary

Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle has withdrawn his nomination for secretary of health and human services amid a tax problem. (Feb. 3)

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Holder Sworn in As Attorney General

Eric Holder, sworn in Tuesday as attorney general, promised a clean break with the past policies of the Bush administration, saying the Justice Department will be "no place for political favoritism." (Feb. 3)

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White House- Obama Confident in Vetting Process

Despite the withdrawal of two nominees for tax issues, including former Sen. Tom Daschle, the White House says it is confident in its vetting process and the people serving in the administration. (Feb. 3)

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Raw Video- Obamas Read to 2nd Graders

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama read the 'Moon Over Star' to second graders at the Capital City Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. (Feb. 3)

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Clinton- US Mideast Envoy Going Back to Region

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is sending the Obama administration's special envoy for the Middle East back to the region within weeks to pursue further progress between Israel and the Palestinians. (Feb. 3)

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Gibbs grilled on Daschle

Gibbs grilled on Daschle

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Hill thanks Bill for "all kinds of experiences"

Hill thanks Bill for "all kinds of experiences"

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Harry Potter's Rowling gets French honour

Superstar author J.K. Rowling on Tuesday was named a knight of the Legion of Honour, the highest civilian distinction in France. Images from the ceremony conducted by President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Testing Online Flowers

Ordering flowers online for Valentine's Day? Watch this segment to see how the flowers you choose might look when they show up. Harry Smith reports.

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Making The Perfect Meatloaf

Chef Chris Kimball shows Julie Chen how to use ingredients like gelatin and saltine crackers to prepare delicious and moist meatloaf.

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Reducing Daily Salt Intake

Health magazine's Samantha Heller spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the health benefits of reducing daily salt intakes.

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Risks Of Statement Earrings

Dr. Alan Matarasso spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about the possible health risks of wearing large earrings.

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Skilled Workers Needed

Amy Guttman reports on coopers, craftsmen who make wooden beer barrels by hand. There are only four of these skilled workers left and apprentices are desperately needed.

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Lining Up For Jobs

The high unemployment rate has people lining up for jobs. Employment consultant Rob Challenger talks about which industries are offering jobs and what to do if you've just been laid off.

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Icy England, Icy France

North Western Europe had a snow day as school, businesses and trains closed down due to icy conditions. Mark Phillips reports.

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Scarlett Johansson On Love

Actress Scarlett Johansson spoke with Julie Chen about her new romantic comedy, "He's Just Not That Into You."

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No Outrage Over Phelps?

Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps can seemingly do no wrong. After appearing to be smoking pot in a photograph, the backlash isn't what it used to be. Harry Smith reports.

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Babelsberg, Berlin's Hollywood

Babelsberg, Germany's Hollywood, is one of the world's oldest major film studios. After falling into oblivion under East Germany's communism, it has now become one of the world's most sought-after locations for films. Bryan Singer's "Valkyrie" with Tom Cruise and Quentin Tarantino film in the works, "Inglourious Basterds," (with an 'e') both use the studios. A profile of Babelsberg.

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Daschle Confirmation In Limbo

Many question whether former Sen. Tom Daschle will be confirmed as the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services because of unpaid taxes. Bill Plante reports.

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Worker- Rat Roasted In Peanuts

Health officials are inspecting the Ga. peanut plant responsible for a salmonella outbreak that has killed eight people. Jeff Glor reports.

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Civilian casualties rise in Sri Lanka fighting

The Tamil Rehabilitation Organisation (TRO) says army shelling on January 25 killed eight people and injured 12, including children at a jungle camp in northern Sri Lanka.

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The Deep Blue Sea

Only On The Web: John Hanke, Director of Google Earth and Maps, gave Daniel Sieberg an in-depth look into operating and understanding the new, oceanic feature that Google Earth has added.

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Britain's Heavy Snowfall

Thousands of people were stranded as the worst snowfall in almost twenty years hit Britain. In London, the weather took red buses and black cabs off the streets. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Notebook- Smart Phone Monopoly

With Blackberries and iPhones beginning to dominate the market, some companies are looking at ways to ween employees off their cellular addiction. Katie Couric reports.

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Obama Appoints Gregg

President Obama appoints Sen. Judd Gregg as Commerce Secratary.

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Holder- "It's a new day"

Holder: "It's a new day"

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Britain still in deep freeze but London thaws

Travellers in Britain are still facing disruption after another day of heavy snowfalls. The snow has stopped falling though in London where, in spite of delays on the trains, life is slowly getting back to normal.

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Obama Picks Third Republican

CBS News RAW: Sen. Judd Gregg, R-New Hampshire, has been nominated to be the Commerce Secretary. If confirmed, he will be the third Republican in President Obama's cabinet.

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Iran sends first home-built satellite into orbit

Iran claimed on Tuesday it has launched its first home-built satellite into orbit, raising fresh concerns among world powers already at odds with Tehran over its nuclear drive. The Omid (Hope) satellite was sent into space on Monday evening carried by the home-built Safir-2 space rocket.

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Sri Lanka army advances in drive against Tigers

The Sri Lankan government is pursuing what it has called the "decisive stage" of a decades-long conflict with Tamil Tigers. But aid groups have raised concerns over the safety of tens of thousands of people caught in the crossfire.

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Holder Pledges To Restore DOJ

CBS News RAW: After being sworn in as Attorney General, Eric Holder said that he would not tolerate political favoritism or timidity in enforcing the law.

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Egypt cracks down on organ trafficking

Egypt has become a hot spot for international trafficking in human organs, fourth on a notorious black list alongside China, the Philippines and India. Now authorities in Cairo are aiming to put a stop to the lucrative black market.

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Amateur chefs get a taste of the big time

Dreaming of putting on the chef's hat and cooking up savoury platters in a Parisian bistro? Seem like a pie in the sky if you've got no experience. But one restaurant is offering amateur chefs the chance of a lifetime.

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HRC Sworn In (Again)

Vice President Biden administered the oath of office for Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton during a ceremony with her husband, daughter and mother.

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